Weston Wamp - The Pulse Intervew http://www.chattanoogapulse.com/weston-wamp/ He’s 24, hot and ambitious—a young man in a hurry. In this 20 questions-style interview, Wamp talks about politics and his quest for office, as well as his relationship status and his verdict on the music of Coldplay and more. en-us <function copyright at 0x6859668> Sat, 28 Jan 2012 18:09:38 GMT Give me a break
Maybe when you learn to spell "naive" you can begin to criticize those who run for public office.]]>
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F150?
Really? He was driving a Land Rover a few weeks ago. Does he need a truck to complete the image?]]>
http://www.chattanoogapulse.com/weston-wamp/ 9864daf4-dae3-11e1-8a68-1231394043be Wed, 25 Jan 2012 12:17:28 GMT
Desperate Times...
Honestly, it appeared that Chuck Fleishmann ran on a platform built solely on anti-Obama sentiments that sprang up during and after the Healthcare Overhaul debates; he was essentially the Tea Party candidate for our district, making him less a figure of local interests than he was a drop in a wave of the Republican Congressional counter-attack.
The John Boehner-led House has done little but shut down the White House's endeavors (and very nearly shut down the Federal government) as a means of protest, and unemployment rates are not much lower than they were when the Democrats controlled said House.
Perhaps Wamp, Jr. has a point when he criticizes the Occupy Movement: protest alone does absolutely nothing, and if you want to be not only heard, but respected, you need to stand up and offer solutions.

So far, most Americans feel the current Congress has done too much protesting and not enough, well, doing.

That being said, I'm not 100% sure if Weston Wamp is interested in "joining the family business," as a high school friend of mine said, or really offering solutions for the good of the citizens of Bradley, Hamilton, Union, Rhea, Meigs, Polk, and other counties of the 3rd District. I plan to attend one of his public speeches if and when he comes to Cleveland so I can hear this much anticipated platform that will be "launched" next month.

We need Conservatives and Liberals in government, but more than either, we need moderates; only then will we see a return of the bi-partisan cooperation that was prevalent under the Reagan and Bush, Sr. administrations. Let's hope Wamp is the real deal, otherwise this will be a very depressing year in politics; at the same time, let's not be blind to whoever he really ends up revealing himself to be, in spite of the evidence, trying to make him the antidote for what 2012 really is, no matter what: a depressing year in politics. ]]>
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The Next Obama
The US needs individuals from outside the beltway with real life experience to fix the current economic and political problems, not another career politican's family pushing their own advances through an already broken political system. ]]>
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Wamp http://www.chattanoogapulse.com/weston-wamp/ 9864c550-dae3-11e1-a092-1231394043be Mon, 16 Jan 2012 15:03:03 GMT Refreshing http://www.chattanoogapulse.com/weston-wamp/ 9864b9f2-dae3-11e1-a931-1231394043be Fri, 13 Jan 2012 11:19:34 GMT Wamp interview http://www.chattanoogapulse.com/weston-wamp/ 9864c258-dae3-11e1-af00-1231394043be Fri, 13 Jan 2012 11:00:46 GMT