Obama wins just 7 of 127 at caucus

Full story: El Paso Times 86
Trini Lopez carries a necktie in the pocket of his jacket. He doesn't wear that tie very often. Full Story
First Prev
of 5
Next Last
Lorena

El Paso, TX

#1 Mar 29, 2008
there were so many problems Saturday, and it was completely unprepared & disorganized.

no wonder all of these dopes support hillary, they are stupid.
Yadira EP

El Paso, TX

#2 Mar 29, 2008
These 1,850 hill supporters are going to feel stupid when she loses the primary.
Gwen915

El Paso, TX

#3 Mar 30, 2008
Obama supporters don't have the Lone Star Card. They were all out making a living.

Since: Jan 08

currently DC metro area

#4 Mar 30, 2008
Gwen915 wrote:
Obama supporters don't have the Lone Star Card. They were all out making a living.
ROFLMAO..I only found out what the card was a few months ago. For a long time, I thought it was businesses credit or debit card.

Since: Jan 08

currently DC metro area

#5 Mar 30, 2008
Gwen915 wrote:
Obama supporters don't have the Lone Star Card. They were all out making a living.
They don't need to feel stupid, that at least participated. ELPASOANS need to feel stupid because we don't look back and realize that we have been duped for years because we vote the same way every time, kind of like lemmings, but we are a slow death.
Deb

Fallbrook, CA

#6 Mar 30, 2008
Guess what El Paso? He still WON Texas!!!!!!!
NYC

Brooklyn, NY

#7 Mar 30, 2008
I hate Texas
Mod1

Randleman, NC

#8 Mar 30, 2008
Lorena wrote:
there were so many problems Saturday, and it was completely unprepared & disorganized.
no wonder all of these dopes support hillary, they are stupid.
==========
So, according to yet another Obamanite cult member --all of Hillary's supporters are "stupid" and don't forget, the main slur thrown at those of us who will not support Obama, "racist". Wait a minute -- Obama is the one who attended the racist, anti-American, anti-Semite church for 20 years and counting.
MRMJ

Houston, TX

#9 Mar 30, 2008
Thank you for reporting on this. I have heard that a number of Obama supporters have been "finding him out" and have switched to supporting RON PAUL because Dr. Paul has consistantly voted against the war and they now undestand that Dr. Paul's stand is in the best interest of ALL Americans.
Thank you again.
Irfan

Chicago, IL

#10 Mar 30, 2008
BARAK IS THE WAY!! BARAK IS LEADER, NOT DYNASTY MEMBER!! VOTE FOR BARAK AND SAVE THIS COUNTRY!! NEW AND FRESH !
trisha1

Manahawkin, NJ

#11 Mar 30, 2008
I have never seen such a biased article. Try talking about the garbage Hillary's supporters pulled. Obama won Texas. Period.
gerry

Taylor, MI

#12 Mar 30, 2008
well I guess El Paso and Texas is now consider Racist, as anyone who suppots Hillary, just watch the comment come flying
yankee

Tunbridge, VT

#13 Mar 30, 2008
Just goes to show you how much Texans think they actually know something!!!$%#ing chili eating rednecks!!!
Tom

United States

#14 Mar 30, 2008
It is not surprising that people are jumping off the Obama bandwagon when you consider the rude comments from his supporters. To go further, at times lately Obama supporters are not only acting against democracy they seem to think they are about it, not allowing dems in FL and MI to be heard, telling superdelegates to fall in line "with the will of the people." It doesn't seem that Sen. Kerry, Kennedy, or Gov. Richardson are following this mantra.
gerry

Taylor, MI

#15 Mar 30, 2008
yup i was right we are stupid, and racist too,
Ziv

Philadelphia, PA

#16 Mar 30, 2008
GO HILLARY!!!
gerry

Taylor, MI

#17 Mar 30, 2008
now they hate texas also. awee too bad
Tom

United States

#18 Mar 30, 2008
It is not surprising that people are jumping off the Obama bandwagon when you consider the rude comments from his supporters. To go further, at times lately Obama supporters are not only acting against democracy they seem to think they are above it, not allowing dems in FL and MI to be heard, telling superdelegates to fall in line "with the will of the people." It doesn't seem that Sen. Kerry, Kennedy, or Gov. Richardson are following this mantra.
Patricia

AOL

#19 Mar 30, 2008
It distresses me to read these vicious comments from Obabma supporters. Whether it's a remark that Hillary supporters are stupid, or a "Nyah nyah" comment that Obama took the rest of Texas (and by the way, why is a California butting in to slam El Paso voters?)---these comment are, to say the least, unkind and ungracious. They are far from the ideals that Obama himself espouses.
Sunny Florida

Naples, FL

#20 Mar 30, 2008
Ok - good to hear. Resolve some voting/caucus issue and move on. I personally think the Texas "two (or is it3?) step" is quite confusing, and I am propbably not alone. But, after the debates, the mud, the pools, and the pundits it boils down to one thing: Who do we want as President to fix our ailing economy, get out of Iraq, restore our standing in the world, and lead with strength and vision. It's hard to overlook the speeches, because they are often our only view into the candidates' positions, unless we actually look at their experience, work in the Senate and how they have crossed party lines to build relationships. I like Hillary and her 35 years of working for Americans, and not just because she is now running for President. Three months ago I had never heard of Senator Obama, and I didn't have a particular affinity for Hillary, I was more inline with John Edwards, I thought. But I started watching the debates and said "whoa, this woman knows her stuff"! Would it be easier if Hillary weren't a woman? Uh, YEA, in a big way! There are folks who just can't get past a woman President. Would it be nice to have a President who actually gets things done for the average American and continues with their bridge-building? Yea! Do I have to want to have a beer with this person? Uh, no. I need a President to get it right and work their butt off for me and every other hardworking American. The problem I have with Senator Obama is not his race (I mean, how cool would it be to have a biracial President in melting-pot America?!), the problem I have is his lack of experience, when I look at their two resumes, and his judgement when I look at his relationships, especially the long ones. So, I am going to vote my gut and my head on this one. And unlike the pundits who want to pigeon hole me, I do like aspects of Senator Obama and would like to get to know him better, before we maybe see him as President down the road.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker
First Prev
of 5
Next Last

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Trini Lopez Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Q&a: Trini Lopez (Jan '08) Jan '08 gege rods 1

Trini Lopez People Search

Addresses and phone numbers for FREE