Human trafficking: El Paso connection...

Human trafficking: El Paso connection shocking

There are 30 comments on the El Paso Times story from Nov 18, 2008, titled Human trafficking: El Paso connection shocking. In it, El Paso Times reports that:

To hear that El Paso and Houston have slaves, now that's eye-opening, jaw-dropping and maybe even just plain unbelievable.

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ALFRED VON KRUEGER

Dallas, TX

#25 Nov 20, 2008
Hillary Clinton wrote:
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Actually I was replying to Y QUE but now I see that you are one and the same. Why is it that you never see Mexican men in porn? Don't think too long. Not sufficient equipment! I'll bet your thinking about my handle got you hot. Jealous! As soon as I finish with this post, my new lady is gonna receive my post.
no it's because we know of what we have and dont need camera and special effects to make our manhood bigger. AND we respect ourselves alot than you freaks do. And as for your post well it was the white man that invented viagra for you white men are to uptight about your penis sized that eventually you all suffer from ED understandably so but yea sure go have fun with your ole lady and nice letting the world know she's skank!!! have fun now just make sure she puts a sign on her face saying "FACE" that way you wont get confused as to where that "POST" is ok? I bet you you tell her to sqeeze with them lips just so you can imagine your doing anal on her huh!!!!
Gunslinger915

United States

#26 Nov 20, 2008
Hillary Clinton wrote:
Let's do exactly what Mexico does on their southern border: either shoot the bas_tards or put them in jail-no exceptions! It seems to work down there, why not up here?
I really love posts like this one, where people just make up whatever comes to mind, no matter how untrue or stupid it sounds. I'm going to try my hand at it myself, let's see: "Why don't we just do it like they do in Madagascar, where they just actually eat people alive that say stupid lies". Hmmm, that wasn't so hard. It's actually easier than doing some research and trying to find proof to back what one says. I think that I'm going to start practicing this non-sense.
Gunslinger 915

El Paso, TX

#27 Nov 20, 2008
Gunslinger915 wrote:
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I really love posts like this one, where people just make up whatever comes to mind, no matter how untrue or stupid it sounds. I'm going to try my hand at it myself, let's see: "Why don't we just do it like they do in Madagascar, where they just actually eat people alive that say stupid lies". Hmmm, that wasn't so hard. It's actually easier than doing some research and trying to find proof to back what one says. I think that I'm going to start practicing this non-sense.
Oh wait a minute.my posts are stupid and I maake up stuff ,till they catch me. I am a stupid senile man...Did I say that out loud. I am sorry.

“End the War on Arizona”

Since: Jan 08

El Paso, TX

#28 Nov 21, 2008
Realist,
I am afraid my friend (remember that from the campaign?) that you take both youyrself and Mexico way too seriously.
I would love to say that I understand the depth of your feelings, but having lived around Mexicans and near Mexico as long as I have, I just can't get there from here. As people, many of the Mexicans I have known are fine people, but as a nation, the country falls woefully short of any discernable merit.
Jill

El Paso, TX

#29 Nov 21, 2008
Bikerknight wrote:
Realist,
I am afraid my friend (remember that from the campaign?) that you take both youyrself and Mexico way too seriously.
I would love to say that I understand the depth of your feelings, but having lived around Mexicans and near Mexico as long as I have, I just can't get there from here. As people, many of the Mexicans I have known are fine people, but as a nation, the country falls woefully short of any discernable merit.
So what are you,because your writing skills su..k and you make no sense what so ever.

Wow ,I got a headache just from trying to understand you or read this malarchy.

And you try to say this guy takes himself to seriously.
Look at you at old fa.rt on a Bike.You are old.Act like a man ,not an idiot trying to relive his young days.
Chris

El Paso, TX

#30 Nov 21, 2008
Finally somebody that told this Fonzie,where to go.
Don't you hate an old man trying to be some young buck. and he rides on a bike and his hair line and thin hair show up before him.

Not to mention this guys skin looks like Freddie Krueger,I wouldnot expose my skin to heavy winds.
Biker

El Paso, TX

#31 Nov 21, 2008
Ha Ha Ha ,Fonzie,that is cold.

That is the last time I ride my bike..Girl you are going to the garage.
Ditto

El Paso, TX

#32 Nov 21, 2008
Chris wrote:
Finally somebody that told this Fonzie,where to go.
Don't you hate an old man trying to be some young buck. and he rides on a bike and his hair line and thin hair show up before him.
Not to mention this guys skin looks like Freddie Krueger,I wouldnot expose my skin to heavy winds.
The guy is an idiot, not only does he come off with his quasi-intellect blogs but he'll slam you when he hides behind one of his other stupid hateful spewing aliases,
The Realist

United States

#33 Nov 24, 2008
Bikerknight wrote:
Realist,
I am afraid my friend (remember that from the campaign?) that you take both youyrself and Mexico way too seriously.
I would love to say that I understand the depth of your feelings, but having lived around Mexicans and near Mexico as long as I have, I just can't get there from here. As people, many of the Mexicans I have known are fine people, but as a nation, the country falls woefully short of any discernable merit.
Then I would say that you are a very poor observer and suffer from nearsightedness. If the U.S. as a country is so great, then how come the U.S. has such a poor rating outside its borders? I hear all the time how the U.S. is so great and how "americans" are such great people, but I only hear it here, in the U.S. and from "americans". You seldom hear other people say so. Could it perhaps have anything to do with the fact that the US has in its past been such a big "parasite" country, leeching off every other country in the world? If we just stick to this hemisphere alone, we would really be hard pressed to name a country where the U.S. at some point didn't intervene to overthrow a goverment and install a "friendly" blood thirsty dictator or something just because it was in its best interests. Come on, give me some countries in this hemisphere that the U.S. has f*%^d over at one point or another? And you have the huevos to criticize Mexicans. Go slither under a rock somewhere.
The Realist

United States

#35 Nov 24, 2008
And the U.S. is doing a fine job of preserving its only ally in the region isn't it?

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