The Rant

The Rant

April 2nd, 2017 in Opinion Rants

Is there any national news that doesn't involve Russia?

How many Democrats have met with Russians? How could Russia affect the election? Get over it. You lost.

Another Trump promise kept: With his signature, the dirty Clean Power Plan can't hurt the poorest Americans now.

While no one was looking, 29 more previously undisclosed Hillary Clinton emails, obtained by a court order, were released. The drip, drip, drip of crime!

If a Democrat had been made president with help from the Russians, what would you Republican whiners be saying?

GDP growth is projected to be 2-3 percent in 2017. Obama would have loved to have handed Hillary Clinton such numbers in 2016 — but couldn't.

Would someone please tell me if I missed something? Are turn signals now optional? And, put down those cell phones.

What do Lance Armstrong and Donald Trump have in common? They both used "foreign enhancements" to win their respective races.

Donald Trump took all the credit when the stock market zoomed. Think he'll take credit for a 700-point drop?

One more Chuck Schumer lie: In 2013, he said all Supreme Court nominees should have an up-or-down vote, "no matter who's in power."

Taxpayer money should not be wasted on firemen standing beside fire trucks asking for money. Why can't they install smoke detectors for poor people instead?

Just remember, it was George W. Bush's appointee, Chief Justice John Roberts, who on two occasions provided the fifth vote to legitimize Obamacare.

To all Obamacare lovers, let me know how you feel when you have to pay a $5,000 to $10,000 deductible before you can get treatment.

Sen. Alexander: Wind energy does not require evacuation routes.

Pat Robertson talks more about politics than about religion.

If I know everything, then I can learn nothing. You better hope I don't run for president.

Save billions in America by cutting welfare for parents who refuse to work. What will welfare people do when the working generation is gone?

Sen. Mike Bell could better use his time by concerning himself with his constituents' obesity, than by worrying about what California does.

'Tis the time's plague when madmen lead the blind." — William Shakespeare, poet and dramatist (1564-1616)

Parking on Frazier Avenue is just plain insane, there is not enough room.

Where in the Constitution does it prohibit the government from being involved in the health care of its citizens?

Since our president supports burning coal and releasing higher emissions, maybe we can return Chattanooga to the good old days of the 50s and 60s.

House Intelligence Investigative Committee Chairman Devin Nunes is a dairy farmer who needs to go back to milking cows.

Stop putting President Trump down and pray for him.

Dr. Kirk Kelly is doing a good job as the interim superintendent of schools so hire him full-time, and get on with it.

The war over health insurance has been laid aside, but the war between Erlanger and Memorial hospitals goes on.

Kudos to TFP columnist David Cook for bringing attention to the need for a baseball field at Howard High School. Chattanooga responded in a remarkable way.

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