Walter G Cochran - I'm no big fan of Weston Wamp, but if you want to see a "flaw in character", just take a look at the literature Chuck Fleishman's campaign had the postal service put in my mailbox. It showed Weston Wamp's head superimposed on another man's body and holding a burning passport. Talk about lack of character. Chuck's days are numbered as indicated by his declining margins of victory every two years. Hopefully, the Republicans will run a candidate that gives Chuck his walking papers in two years.
Good grief David. I thought your opinion columns couldn't be any worse than they normally are. I guess I was wrong.
In baseball: Cal Ripken's consecutive game streak will never ever be broken. Neither will Nolan Ryan's career strikeout record. Others would inlcude Sam Crawford's all time triples record of 309. It will never be broken. Ricky Henderson's career record for stolen bases is another one.
Worst leg injury was the one Napoleon Kaufman suffered when he was with the Raiders. Google it on an empty stomach.
Good grief. This is just getting ridiculous. Again, I ask you CTFP: Why keep up this charade of two separate editorial pages? The right side now just repeats what the left side says. This is yet another example. Stop the charade. Just stop.
Of course, the best ever is BJ McKay (and his best friend Bear).
It really is getting silly to see the right side of the paper morf into the left side. Why not just stop the charade and have one editorial page? You aren't fooling anyone.
What a laugh Bill Johns from Knoxville. VW WANTS the UAW. That's why the UAW has set up a local 42. I'm glad Corker and Haslam have made it known they don't want the UAW here. The UAW will be a nightmare if they get to represent VW workers. The UAW's track record is abysmal. They are not needed anymore. Their time came and went many, many years ago. The sad part is that VW is dumb enough to want the UAW clowns in their shop. How stupid can you get. Hopefully, VW will get some sense and focus on selling cars here in the US. If they keep putting their focus on distractions like bringing the UAW in, it won't be long before VW closes up shop in Chattanooga just like they did in Pennsylvania years ago. Again, thanks for the laugh Bill Johns of Knoxville.
LOL! Just announced that VW is going to allow the UAW to set up shop at the VW plant and sign up workers to join the UAW. This will just speed up VW's exit from Chattanooga. Incompetency strikes again from VW leadership! Now, about selling 800,00 passats per year.....
You miss the entire point javelin363. VW hasn't put its complete focus on the American consumer. Instead, it is getting caught up in things that have zero bearing on their ability to sell cars in the US. There is a reason VW isn't selling automobiles in the US like they had hoped (800,000 passats sold per year in the US by when? LOL!). That reason is that VW management can't see the forest for the trees. They don't focus on what matters in terms of selling vehicles to the American consumer. I mean, how incompetent do you have to be to miscalulate the needs of the American car buying consumer by going into this 800,000 passat sales in however long with a policy of changing models every 7 years? 7 YEARS? How long has VW been floundering on a decision for another SUV line, wherever that line may end up? VW is late to the game once again, and the competition is kicking their tails in the american market because of it. Instead, VW puts their focus on things like bringing in the UAW to their Chattanooga plant. Hello! Anybody home? Personally, I could care less if they bring another line to Chattanooga. That's just more tax dollars we the taxpayer will save once VW tucks tail and runs. Given VW's incompetent leadership, it won't matter in the end because VW will be packing up and leaving because they won't be able to sell the automobiles that they need to sell. What reason would VW have to stay? The government, via fleecing the taxpayers, have handed out millions of dollars to VW for the facilities and infrastructure here in Chattanooga. VW isn't on the hook for those expenses.