No defense can be offered of socialistic propaganda so attack the messenger, who seems pretty good at writing. That's how the left rolls.
Too bad activism is taught in school rather than writing. Comprehension and critical thinking get lost in the free-condom, legalize-pot, anti-gun world of education.
So here's the nanny-state translation for those who don't think for themselves: Progpaganda's the same whether it's in North Korea or in Washington, DC. For that matter, state-controlled citizens are the same, as well.
Just home from a very long day. I've left a note for my wife to cancel our subscription to this former paper. The "right" side of this paper has absolutely no clue about the real information about these candidates.
My wife and I attended the North River forum and I own a business on Hixson Pike. The endorsement of Ms. Simmons shows this "editor" has something to prove, rather than offering information.
"Laughing stock" is the appropriate term. Let it apply to all of those it fits.
Having family who live in Cleveland and have worked directly with former Sheriff Gobble, the truth has been revealed. Don't create a fake argument around Drew Johnson. The facts are that those who keep running to be employed by the government are not to be trusted. Tim Gobble is just one. We need the paper to expose more of these corrupt people making a living off our taxes! KEEP IT UP!!!! I'll pay more for my subscription gladly if you print the truth.
I suppose that means he'll now run for Congress again & be supported by all the Desjarlais losers that were originally with Gobble. Retread losers.
As a Hixson resident, reading the writings from a man who's lived here less than a year talk about the "hope"of my hometown is sickening.
We have too much vacant retail space now. We've just had the entire Boy Scout Rd. area flooded that will be impacted by this "hope".
The City Council vote tonight should be of every homeowner's concern. This could happen to your neigbhorhood next.
The market is not demanding a new development in Hixson. It's the authentically greedy who are being exposed now. The Libertarian gets it wrong and should understand the "rights" of one do not over ride the "rights" of another.
Awwww. The same Dayton Darwin who apparently didn't get hired by Wamp, Gobble, Fleischman, Greg Vital or insert name. It's fun to watch who the critics are. Again, another reason I left the GOP. Folks like me don't fit but sure won't watch you inside politicos insult about the only smart person on the scene of late.
Even with an article that points the finger at corruption in government contracting and in too many "able bodied" on welfare, some just can't get over the messenger. There's no real surprise here but it proves you could care less about a transparent, accountable government on the local, state or federal level. You just want your agenda supported.
I'm sure I'll get to read of your glowing support of Andy Berke and all the City Council minions he wants elected. Doesn't matter who it is, you're for the ones who'll line your pocket too.
I didn't grow up in Chattanooga but have heard that Missy Crutchfield is related to former Mayor Jon Kinsey. So how many ways can this town get more incestuous?! There's a Crutchfied/Kinsey connection to corruption all over this area.
Chattanooga may have VW and look "progressive" but it's still a little town run by backroom thugs who get on the government payroll, then go consult, then stick their fingers in every pie for money.
There are too many former mayors, mayors, commission members and council members who benefit financially from votes they make.
Now that this is headed to a vote, I'll watch to see who's making money. We know that Mayor Littlefield and Dan Johnson(of Hixson) must have a cut. Let's see what coucil members are in line for the check.
If you vote for this, council members, you admit you're on the take and ignore citizens.
Amazed at how articulate many of you appear who really seem to know so very little about reality. Economics applies to healthcare, but it's actually government interference and the price controls of government reimbursement that is at the root of the current high cost of health care. When a patient isn't the customer, they don't have to shop for a good price. Example, car and homeowners insurance. Why do you think there's such a competitive market among Geico, Progressive, AllState, etc? They have to meet customer needs at a good price. I know; that didn't come out of the Barack Obama-Saul Olinsky redistribution manual.