Maybe Wamp is a Melungeon.
Doesn't this all make Mike McWherter look like the better choice in the general election?
I love the roads in Tennessee.
I grew up in Illinois and their roads are terrible, so are Indiana's.
I have been in Tennessee for 20 years now and the roads are great!
They even, finally, got Knoxville roads fixed.
Tennessee is a awesome state.
Think of the cost to keep one infant in a NICU for three months, and then tell me the doctor who directs this program is not worth his pay.
Reducing premature infants is a huge cost savings to the state of Tennessee.
We need comprehensive health education in schools like the Michigan Model, and good prenatal care for all mothers across all socioeconomic levels.
Prevention is so simple and such a cost benefit.
Just one vitamin, Folic Acid can make a huge diffence in the outcomes for babies and their mothers.
What about increasing the rates of breast feeding?
That which is old is new again.
Breast feeding does so much to elevate the health status of babies and mothers.
This is easy stuff folks!
I hope Tipper is a cougar!!
Ramsey: "I think it’s called a fish hatchery. That was the example of overspending in a time when revenues aren’t coming in and we’re making cuts and laying off state employees and everything else."
Carter County needed something for jobs and to boost tourism in all of Northeast Tennessee. Federal Stimulus Funds were going to pay for this Fish Hatchery, not Tennessee state dollars. Northeast Tennessee loses yet again, all so Ramsey could get payback from Kent Williams for what happened to Ramsey's little butt boy, Mumpower.
Ramsey will lose the Republican Primary because of this and his damned boots!
Signed a Northeast Tennessee Republican (not from Carter County)!
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