javelin363's comment history

javelin363 said...

so fairmom you feel it is better to tax people who have trouble making enough to feed themselves and give tax breaks to the richest. that sounds really fair. Have you ever heard of the phrase "for the common good"?

November 12, 2014 at 7:25 p.m.
javelin363 said...

Wanna bet who these Republicans give a tax break to? Hint: They care for the rich, and we the working class who helped put them on office get screwed again.

November 11, 2014 at 7:02 p.m.
javelin363 said...

Well one thing is for sure Dorothy Cooper did not get to vote. And no telling how many more senior citizen or younger voters were turned away. But admit it if the voter ID law can prevent a even a small number of citizens from voting Democrat you would be for it and try to defend it. If conservatives can not get certain groups to vote their way then they just take to vote away from them. Any question yhy cor country is going down the drain .

October 17, 2014 at 5:26 p.m.
javelin363 said...

You do realize Jesus was raised on wine. And drank it his whole life. At that time it was safer to drink then most water.

October 12, 2014 at 7:35 p.m.
javelin363 said...

Funny both Haslam and Alexander are now both intending to do something for health care for the poor when reelected. How many Tennesseans have died waiting for this? I wonder if Thomas Duncan was released from the hospital with a 103 fever because he had no insurance, and how many more people came in contact with him and ebola? This is the only country on earth that has a health care system for profit. And b.t.w. just how many million is 4% of our nation.

October 11, 2014 at 7:14 p.m.
javelin363 said...

what a crock of crap, in this very paper a few months ago they said union workers made on the average $300 dollars a week more than nonunion workers doing the same job! Chattanooga was one of the most unionize cities in the south. And we lost that because ceo's found out they could move production overseas and use child labor or prison workers to produce goods and make more profit. And if anyone tells you it was the unions fault they are lying or just stupid. Greed is the reason, and you know it Bobby. The UAW is already in Tennessee, they have been for over 20 years. Admit it a union would drive up wages, (VW said wages would be around $22 an hour when they announced building the plant here) which would just give more money to people here to spend. These are jobs that are already here. To you a good job is $12 bucks an hour, for someone else, your millions will go farther, life must be good at the top.

September 14, 2014 at 10:22 p.m.
javelin363 said...

aae is absolutely right. These people have no honor or self respect! They know these people have no business buying these things with food stamps, but they sell them anyway to make a buck. These store people should be jailed!!!

August 31, 2014 at 4:57 p.m.
javelin363 said...

According to an article in this very paper a few months ago there are 8 companies in Tennessee that are UAW shops. And the sky hasn't fallen yet. The republicans want to keep this a $12 an hour state. $12 an hour was good money 30 years ago. But now if I were selling cars, tv, camping supplies, or just about anything else I want people to have more to spend more. If I were an elected official I want people to make more to spend more to raise the tax base. It is a shame the senators and governor of our state are willing to lose jobs here to keep wages down. BTW to the anti union employees of VW, if memory serves when they first announced they were building the plant here they said line pay would be around $22 an hour.

August 31, 2014 at 4:46 p.m.
javelin363 said...

I voted for Nixon and Reagan once when I was young, then swore I would never vote for another one. And I have not! Before VW built their plant here they said wages would be around $22 an hour, our republican elected officials helped defeat the UAW and they pay about $18 an hour. Amazon pays $12 and change and we think that is good. $12 and hour was a good wage in the 80's. We keep sending the same fools back to office, how smart are we?

August 1, 2014 at 7:41 p.m.
javelin363 said...

lets see... Chuck fought the affordable care act and now will fight to repeal it, he does not care if about the 6% of Americans who now have health insurance that didn't have it before Obama care went into effect. Chuck why do you think insurance that is taxpayer is so bad? you have had it since you were elected. We know you get an allowance to buy insurance. Must be good for elected officials but to good for poor Americans.

August 1, 2014 at 7:27 p.m.
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