Quickly, Jan. 20, 2013
January 19, 2013 1:34PM
I don’t want to buy a gun and I don’t want a union proud home sign in my yard. I just want to buy a Twinkie.
Forty years ago, there would not have been a mass murder of 20 students. People valued human life and then came Generations X, Y and finally Z ... the last generation of our species.
Union members: How are those shots “free” when you pay dues?
Automatic weapons weren’t fully banned in 1934; you could still apply to buy one. In 1986, their manufacture was outlawed. As Barbie would say: Gun law is hard.
These CEOs who advocate raising the retirement age to 70 must think everybody does the kind of “work” they do. It’s not only stupid, it’s heartless to think people can work in physically demanding jobs up to that age.
You proud union members are the first one to hire some scab when it comes to working on your personal house. You hire some fly-by-night guy because why pay some decent wage when it’s coming out of your pocket? No different than the businessman, pal.
“Chicago’s real problem is its proximity to Indiana”? Are you crazy? Most of the thugs doing the crime couldn’t even find Indiana on a map!
People who recommend a book they are reading are boors. I can pick my own reading material. I don’t need to listen to a 30-minute recap of your choice.
Gov. Pence is pushing a “Good to Great” plan by a book of the same name. The only problem is a great portion of the businesses that followed this plan went out of business.