Comment 58590

By whitehorse (registered) | Posted January 28, 2011 at 13:23:57

Friends, please read this article: "Ticats Ottawa-bound if stadium dies: Mitchell" from The Spec this morning and the comments from that web-site:

COMMENTS: By: hshields Jan 28, 2011 12:54 PM Shocked at Mitchell's Actions I can't believe a president of an organization would be so brazen, so careless, so near sighted as to utter remarks so unfounded and transparent as Mr. Mitchell did. His ill-tempered remarks, with absolutely no backing whatsoever to them, seriously brings into play the decision of Mr. Young to retain his services. Mr. Mitchell has brought dishonour to an organization that is in desperate need of community support. Agree Disagree Offensive

By: Garden Jan 28, 2011 11:43 AM Hello Bob Young, no one is indespensible in this world. Remember that you are here to serve us and serve your self at the same time. To date you have forget to serve us. It is time that you play a new music that we like and dance to that tune. The truth is we owe you nothing, but you do owe an apology to all of us not just to your fans. Agree Disagree Offensive

By: RedturnsGrey Jan 28, 2011 9:40 AM It Bob Young really wants a stadium in Hamilton, he should stop threatening Hamilton City Council and Hamiltonians. Threats don't work, it just makes us hate him even more and hope that the Ti-Cats do leave! Agree 3 Disagree Offensive

By: commonscents Jan 28, 2011 9:31 AM Churchill When you click a vote button it registers it and will show your vote after you 'refresh' the page. At least that's how it works for me. It's not like CBC's site for instance where you see immediately the vote counter change. Agree 1 Disagree Offensive 1

By: SonOfSteel Jan 28, 2011 8:29 AM @Heriot - New Ivor Wynn Park/Community Center if anyone in the city (oh, like the COUNCILLORS and MAYOR) needed an example of what would be considered CITY BUILDING, they would just have to read that EXCELLENT post... Well Said! Heriot... Agree 1 Disagree Offensive

By: countalucard1 Jan 28, 2011 5:06 AM Better an Empty House Than a Bad Tenant Please don't pour (my) good money after bad. How many million dollars are still owed on the Red Hill and Linc? And now we want to pour more money that we don't have into a bottomless bucket of swill called a football stadium? Just so a few council members and a mayor can have their names on a brass plate at the front door? Go away. Agree 7 Disagree Offensive

By: geraldp Jan 27, 2011 11:50 PM Who says Ottawa even wants them? Good luck finding anyone else who will take them. Agree 5 Disagree Offensive By: cdnguard Jan 27, 2011 10:47 PM

bye bye and dont let the door hit u on the way out. never heard of such a cry baby team in all my life...but then again..i watch NFL anything else is just a toy :) Agree 7 Disagree Offensive

By: Garden Jan 27, 2011 10:47 PM In Hungary it is said like this, When you dig a ditch for others usually you will fell in it your self. That is what happened here for the Cats. What you project outward will return to you, it may take time, but it is a law of nature. I am just hoping that from 45 million from the future fund the city council will not go for 70 million, it is almost double. The games the Cats were playing infuriated even those who love them for their entertainments. Are we to reword them and stick our neck out for them, that they can have some times to rebound and then booth us in the rare, and leave us with the debt to be repaid by all of us. It is unthinkable that Major Bob, and City Council, and Mr. Murray should enter into deal like this. You are responsible to provide for the sustainable ways that the citizens home owners and renters will not fall into hard ship and loose their home, or cant pay their rent. cant pay their rent.

Agree 3 Disagree Offensive By: betrayed2 Jan 27, 2011 10:21 PM

bye bye Agree 6 Disagree 1 Offensive


I think the Cats really did a GREAT Job to PLEASE their faithful fans ...hehehe....

Comment edited by whitehorse on 2011-01-28 13:30:09

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