Texas Democratic Party chair seeking ...

Texas Democratic Party chair seeking voters

There are 10 comments on the Theeagle.com story from Jul 8, 2012, titled Texas Democratic Party chair seeking voters. In it, Theeagle.com reports that:

Using rough numbers and optimistic assumptions, Texas Democratic Party Chairman Gilberto Hinojosa figures 70 percent of Texans should be inclined to vote for his party's candidates.

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Liberal And Proud

El Monte, CA

#1 Jul 8, 2012
I agree, if the republicans retake the white house, the middle class and the poor will be in big trouble, texas needs to turn back to the blue state it used to be back in the early 90's. We must encourage every single elegible democratic voter to make sure they get out to vote, we must win this in november.
Miss Blue Diamond Diva

United States

#2 Jul 8, 2012
If every democrat in this state gets out and vote we could turn this state back to blue, retardicans don't play, every single one of them votes, that's why they always win in texas.
ABO

United States

#3 Jul 8, 2012
Time to get the dead voters list out!
paddyomalley

Austin, TX

#4 Jul 9, 2012
Liberal And Proud wrote:
I agree, if the republicans retake the white house, the middle class and the poor will be in big trouble, texas needs to turn back to the blue state it used to be back in the early 90's. We must encourage every single elegible democratic voter to make sure they get out to vote, we must win this in november.
I'm a Republican and I wonder why you leftists make the same stupid remarks over and over? I'm modestly retired, carried a union card most of my life, saved money, never asked for a dime from anyone, helped raise four-kids, gave money to charities, volunteered in the communities I lived and taught dozens of young adults and adults how to read and write. I like clean water and air, love the outdoors, spent two combat tours (27 months) in Vietnam and I'm a little weary of morons talking out their arses. I’m middle class! I am THE middle class, so don’t speak up for me , because you’re not anything like me and you never will be. All I want is for the so-called poor and the deadbeats try to establish a worthwhile life without crying and whining, since they are the ones who got themselves where they are, not me or anyone like me. They can get their GED, go back to school, join the military, take a job at the bottom and work their way up—THEY HAVE DOZENS OF OPTIONS, besides crying. You sound like a 19-year old, the world owes me a living, taker and haven't given two minutes of your time to do anything but whine.
paddyomalley

Austin, TX

#5 Jul 9, 2012
I don't know about all you all, but I'm getting down to the family plot and guard Grandpa and Grandma, cousin Kevin, and the others, before Gilberto Hinojosa starts digging them up and registering them to vote.
paddyomalley

Austin, TX

#6 Jul 9, 2012
Miss Blue Diamond Diva wrote:
If every democrat in this state gets out and vote we could turn this state back to blue, retardicans don't play, every single one of them votes, that's why they always win in texas.
Yawn.
Billy Clinton

San Antonio, TX

#7 Jul 9, 2012
Liberal And Proud wrote:
I agree, if the republicans retake the white house, the middle class and the poor will be in big trouble, texas needs to turn back to the blue state it used to be back in the early 90's. We must encourage every single elegible democratic voter to make sure they get out to vote, we must win this in november.
Wishful thinking on your part. The Democrats took a thrashing back in 2010 and it cost them any input into the last legislature. Why did that happen? The opening of the backlash against your man Obama. Well, it ain't got no better for the man who lies for a living.
PATRIOT

San Antonio, TX

#8 Jul 9, 2012
Miss Blue Diamond Diva wrote:
If every democrat in this state gets out and vote we could turn this state back to blue, retardicans don't play, every single one of them votes, that's why they always win in texas.

Your name calling won't help you make the difference here in Texas. As-a-matter-of-fact, it's the very kind of trash talking politics that will lose a race here. So keep your trash mouth going, it's votes in the bank for Republicans.
PATRIOT

San Antonio, TX

#9 Jul 9, 2012
paddyomalley wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm a Republican and I wonder why you leftists make the same stupid remarks over and over? I'm modestly retired, carried a union card most of my life, saved money, never asked for a dime from anyone, helped raise four-kids, gave money to charities, volunteered in the communities I lived and taught dozens of young adults and adults how to read and write. I like clean water and air, love the outdoors, spent two combat tours (27 months) in Vietnam and I'm a little weary of morons talking out their arses. I’m middle class! I am THE middle class, so don’t speak up for me , because you’re not anything like me and you never will be. All I want is for the so-called poor and the deadbeats try to establish a worthwhile life without crying and whining, since they are the ones who got themselves where they are, not me or anyone like me. They can get their GED, go back to school, join the military, take a job at the bottom and work their way up—THEY HAVE DOZENS OF OPTIONS, besides crying. You sound like a 19-year old, the world owes me a living, taker and haven't given two minutes of your time to do anything but whine.
Man, do I agree with you 100%. All trash talk and name calling. That's all they know. They have no substance, so it's just like listening to a bunch of wood peckers trying to find lunch on a metal roof.
PATRIOT

San Antonio, TX

#10 Jul 9, 2012
paddyomalley wrote:
I don't know about all you all, but I'm getting down to the family plot and guard Grandpa and Grandma, cousin Kevin, and the others, before Gilberto Hinojosa starts digging them up and registering them to vote.
If he likes digging that much, maybe we can get him ajob at Huntsville. I'll buy him a brand new shovel.

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