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Obamma complicit murder

United States

#21 Oct 26, 2012
Lori East Side wrote:
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As a staunch supporter of human rights, especially a woman's right to vote, I applaud this decision. I say anyone who tries to block the observers should be arrested and then de-nutted. Men are trying to keep women from expressing themselves.
Maybe these " raunch supporters" should get obamma to cover their back!

Since: Aug 10

El Paso, TX

#22 Oct 27, 2012
Anyone that votes for Romney has suffered some kind of brain damage, or they are rich (not likely in this city).
Lori East Side

United States

#23 Oct 27, 2012
Obamma complicit murder wrote:
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Maybe these " raunch supporters" should get obamma to cover their back!
How do you mean?
James Russell USNR

United States

#24 Oct 27, 2012
Kool Arrow wrote:
Anyone that votes for Romney has suffered some kind of brain damage, or they are rich (not likely in this city).
Romney and his ilk all want to leave us butt up with a flower in it. I'm so glad I voted for Sadler because he's a shoo-in to beat Cruz.
AREU4REAL

United States

#25 Oct 27, 2012
James Russell USNR wrote:
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Romney and his ilk all want to leave us butt up with a flower in it. I'm so glad I voted for Sadler because he's a shoo-in to beat Cruz.
That's right which is why I urge everyone this weekend to go into the voting booth and stang it! We need to get this done.
Big Jake

United States

#26 Oct 27, 2012
James Russell USNR wrote:
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Romney and his ilk all want to leave us butt up with a flower in it. I'm so glad I voted for Sadler because he's a shoo-in to beat Cruz.
In the latest poll, Cruz is ahead by 26 points. I doubt your boy is going to win.
What

El Paso, TX

#27 Oct 27, 2012
Kool arrow, the majority of millionaires in congress and the senate are Democrats. You are getting ready send another millionaire to congress, Beto.
nobody1854

El Paso, TX

#28 Oct 27, 2012
Anti War are you serious you can't do anything else but blame Bush instead of that peckerwood that's been in charge for the last four years.Whose Obama going to blame in the next four years for the failure in these last four. Bush.
AREU4REAL

El Paso, TX

#29 Oct 27, 2012
nobody1854 wrote:
Anti War are you serious you can't do anything else but blame Bush instead of that peckerwood that's been in charge for the last four years.Whose Obama going to blame in the next four years for the failure in these last four. Bush.
He is going to blame the republican house which for two years has caused a stalemate on any legislation. They have voted against almost every piece of legislation the president has offered up or compromised on with them The republican Tea party is acting just like the Nazi party in 1933 when they were rejected by the German parliament. They sent the brown shirts out and started beating up the opposition parties and then ended up killing some of them to intimidate the rest. This is what or republican party has been doing and will continue to do. This party is no longer a party of BUSH SR or JR Or Ronald Reagen. Even John McCain has gone over to the radicals.
Sadler Rulz

El Paso, TX

#30 Oct 27, 2012
Big Jake wrote:
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In the latest poll, Cruz is ahead by 26 points. I doubt your boy is going to win.
Cruz looks like a little spoiled,whiny, feminine fruitcake. Sadler tore him to shreds in the debate, but the GOB Network from East Texas will probably pull some strings and force him into office.
Anti War

El Paso, TX

#31 Oct 27, 2012
What i meant by blaming Bush was that you Repubes are looking for ANYTHING to make Obama look bad about (propaganda war), and give him zero credit for his good deeds, while you ignored your Bushy boy's major screw ups (Ruined Economy, couple wars, etc) and said or did nothing. Doesn't make sense. Oh, BTW, Obama didn't tie his shoelace today. Well? Sensationalize it and use it to your advantage like all the other petty things you Repubes cry about. I'm surprised noone is saying anything about Romneys inivitable new war vs. Iran though. That's serious business.(if you bufoons can get that "Mushroom Cloud Romney" into office)
Puppetmaster

Oceanside, CA

#32 Oct 27, 2012
Anti War wrote:
What i meant by blaming Bush was that you Repubes are looking for ANYTHING to make Obama look bad about (propaganda war), and give him zero credit for his good deeds, while you ignored your Bushy boy's major screw ups (Ruined Economy, couple wars, etc) and said or did nothing. Doesn't make sense. Oh, BTW, Obama didn't tie his shoelace today. Well? Sensationalize it and use it to your advantage like all the other petty things you Repubes cry about. I'm surprised noone is saying anything about Romneys inivitable new war vs. Iran though. That's serious business.(if you bufoons can get that "Mushroom Cloud Romney" into office)
How do you explain the last four years? How much better did he do? I will admit he makes excuses for everything. In fact you do too? Why will you and others like accept responsibility for failure? Do you think four more years of failure will help the economy? My guess is you live with your parents and have never paid taxes. Go ahead and vote for Obama.
POS

Oud-beijerland, Netherlands

#33 Oct 28, 2012
One of the biggest problems in hELl Paso is the straight ticket voters. Einstein's, Definition of Insanity, Doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. People in hELl Paso can't see that, most of the rest of Texas has higher paying jobs and lower local taxes. Keep voting straight ticket, and get less than our share Yep, he is a peckerhead, stupid enough to start blaming the last 3 3/4 years on Bush, As long as there is Joe bumbling Biden, Biden has admitted that people are worse off the they were 4 years ago.

Keep up the good work hELl Paso. Continue to be the stepchild of Texas
Petro

United States

#34 Oct 28, 2012
Lori East Side wrote:
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As a staunch supporter of human rights, especially a woman's right to vote, I applaud this decision. I say anyone who tries to block the observers should be arrested and then de-nutted. Men are trying to keep women from expressing themselves.
There is also a lot of prejudice against trannies like you and me, Lori.
King Biscuit

United States

#35 Oct 29, 2012
Whomever started this thread has a screw loose. I'd rather shove a kosher dill up my butt than vote democratic.
Jeff

El Paso, TX

#36 Oct 29, 2012
King Biscuit wrote:
Whomever started this thread has a screw loose. I'd rather shove a kosher dill up my butt than vote democratic.
TMI. What you do on a daily basis is none of our business, Ripofflican!
AREU4REAL

El Paso, TX

#37 Oct 29, 2012
Jeff wrote:
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TMI. What you do on a daily basis is none of our business, Ripofflican!
The Democratic women are much hotter. When I was at the early voting place, I nearly creamed my jeans because they all were really stacked.
NO means maybe

El Paso, TX

#38 Oct 30, 2012
Vote for the American.
AREU4REAL

El Paso, TX

#40 Oct 31, 2012
AREU4REAL wrote:
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The Democratic women are much hotter. When I was at the early voting place, I nearly creamed my jeans because they all were really stacked.
You are a lair. coward. Thief. You have no sense of honor and neither does your mother. You are a pimple on the behind of a dead nazi. Your brains are the sewer connections to a rats nest. May you wife/girlfriend/ho be infested with all sorts of fungus and stds.
AREU4REAL

El Paso, TX

#41 Nov 4, 2012
El Paso Times Editorial Board
Posted: 11/04/2012 11:06:29 AM MST

There is a litany of reasons one should want to vote on Tuesday, Election Day in our country. We urge all registered voters who did not cast ballots during the early voting period to contemplate a minute -- and then be a proud American and go to the polls.
Not all people in this world are allowed to choose their leaders. And in some countries, elections are strong-arm mockeries.
Generations of Americans have fought in wars and other armed conflicts around the world to ensure the democratic way in our Republic.
Many Americans died in that endeavor to ensure freedom. They would surely want their family and relatives to vote.
Voting should be a point of pride in oneself and considered a personal achievement. When we talk about equality in our country, there is nothing more equal than one person's vote compared to another person's vote.
Voting is also caring about the quality of our leadership on local, county, state and national levels. The people in office were voted there by constituents -- and in this country constituents can also vote someone out of office in favor of another.
And it's oftentimes not realized, but the more people who vote in a city the more powerful the message that is sent to national and state legislators.

We help send two U.S. senators and two U.S. representatives to Washington, D.C., and one state senator and five state representatives to Austin.

And every four years, we help
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elect a president of the United States. In 2008, El Paso was strong for Barack Obama for president and we endorse Obama for re-election.

We have learned from our state representation that persons in state-wide offices truly do look at how many people in El Paso actually vote. They can base decisions that affect our area on that strength.

Vote Tuesday because you are proud of yourself and because you have a say in the United States of America.

Okay all you who have not voted get off your oversized backsides and go to the polls on Tuesday morning and be ready to vote. Those who do not vote have no complaints and can't gripe. Those who refuse to vote are cowards.

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