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El Paso, TX

Silvestre Reyes: Health-care law repeal will shove costs ...

Keep toing that party line... it is doing great for your state and it's southern neighbor. Read those DNC talking points... just don't forget what policies lead you to the current situations within the states. Those who are happy being blindly obedient will forever be blind. When you start seeing beyond a party line and see the issues for what they are, you can see the faults of both parties and will likely begin to see the solutions of the other side while seeing the failings of your own.  (Feb 1, 2011 | post #68)

El Paso, TX

Silvestre Reyes: Health-care law repeal will shove costs ...

The solution for high unemployment and low economic activity is to stop sending jobs overseas and stop hindering the creation of jobs in OUR country. It is an unquestionable fact that within the first months of Obama, he oversaw the take over of GM. Upon becoming CEO, he fired the acting CEO and replaced him with another acting CEO. Then as ACTUAL CEO, he closed USA plants (including the jobs associated) and moved them to China. This is in direct contrast to his campaign speeches where he promised to fight against the very thing that HE did! That is a fact, absolutely nothing hidden in that. It is a fact that he has spent far more than Bush. He complained about having to sign a "Bush budget" which was high, though he voted IN FAVOR of the same budget which he later signed as President. There is no doubt that govt spending is not helping us out of this hole at all. You claim he is creating jobs... why then is the Unemployment going UP? While the official figure is around 10% (just under to be fair... though Obama stated that it would not go above 8% under his administration) the actual figure is estimated to be much higher and somewhere around 20%. Now the reason for huge discrepancies is that there are those who will never be counted as unemployed regardless of situation. Some have actually stopped looking for jobs and have instead resigned themselves to not working, others were closer to retirement and are stretching their investments to an early retirement. Others still are accepting other temporary or "as needed" jobs that are similarly not captured. Then there are retired military personnel for example who, though they can't live on their retirement pay, also can't collect unemployment (the main source for the stats)... all of these are termed as "Underemploye d"... a nice way of saying, "they don't have jobs but we don't count them... they make our numbers look bad". To say that Obama has created jobs is to know nothing about economics yourself. If we stop spending like the account is a bottomless pit, and we give incentives for American businesses to grow, while we eliminate the issues that force them out of the US, we will all win. Much like New Jersey setting the conditions to take a whole lot of companies from Illinois after their HUGE tax increase.  (Feb 1, 2011 | post #67)

El Paso, TX

Silvestre Reyes: Health-care law repeal will shove costs ...

So I point out that neither party has done anything but spend, pointing out also that the "conservative s" have not been conservatives. You feel the need to say that I am wrong, portraying a "holier then thou attitude" while then repeating what I said about spending by both parties. So you say I am wrong, but feel the need to parrot my views as your own? I think you may be mental. The fact is that Bush spent like a drunken sailor. Obama entered office and decided that he should spend like three drunken sailors, amassing more debt than the first 40 presidents combined. This is not a result of Bush tax cuts being allowed to continue, it is SPENDING. When the tax cuts came into effect the revenue increased. The negative effects of tax increases and the benefits of cuts were illustrated by JFK, Reagan, Bush, and even Obama. Without the continued cuts, our economy simply will lumber along without any significant gains because businesses will not make expansion or investment plans which will allow for growth if they are facing increased money confiscation. JFK and Obama have BOTH stated that. Now, if we could just get Obama and the Congress to make some HUGE cuts in spending! I hold out hope but don't trust either party to do what needs to be done. The only thing I have seen is that having the Congress now means there are brakes on the car which was speeding us to the edge of the abyss.  (Jan 31, 2011 | post #62)

El Paso, TX

Silvestre Reyes: Health-care law repeal will shove costs ...

You could not be more wrong. There is plenty of data to support the statement. Look at the way that spending has been out of control under BOTH groups... that IS data supporting the statement that Republicans have not been conservative either. That is only one of many quantifiable data points which absolutely DOES support my statement. Too many of you on this board actually know very little, follow talking points, and are blindly supportive of one party or the other. Objectivity is key, and I have maintained it.  (Jan 29, 2011 | post #58)

El Paso, TX

Silvestre Reyes: Health-care law repeal will shove costs ...

Step away from the bottle, your sentence structure makes no sense. As for facts, I have stated that the states which have been dominated by liberal leadership are the ones doing most poorly. I made a clear and quantifiable statement. One which it seems that nobody has any information to refute it.  (Jan 25, 2011 | post #42)

El Paso, TX

Silvestre Reyes: Health-care law repeal will shove costs ...

Actually, conservatism IS the panacea, however, you are correct in one aspect... Republicans have not been conservative. So you DONT like "libtard " but you DO like "con"... as consistent as most libnorants...  (Jan 25, 2011 | post #41)

El Paso, TX

Silvestre Reyes: Health-care law repeal will shove costs ...

The only dummy here is the one that still blames a guy who has not been governor for over 40 years, hasn't been President for over 20 years, and has been dead for 6 years! Look at the states with the longest history of liberalism, nearly EVERY ONE is failing miserably. If liberalism was that panacea which you libtards claim, these states would be the ones which are very solvent. The truth is easy to see, states run conservatively are the least impacted in this economy. The states run liberally... struggle just to meet the basic needs (yet they continue with the pandering and don't seem to struggle with that... though they borrow daily to pay for the programs). Yea dummy... it is not hard to read and see exactly what is wrong. Go ahead, provide actual facts to support how this is wrong. I have seen plenty of your posts which are devoid of facts, contain only insults, and provide no actual intellectual discourse. How about turning a new leaf and being productive and contribute?  (Jan 25, 2011 | post #37)

El Paso, TX

Blog: Rush to perform in El Paso on June 14

Got the tickets! No need for some of you to get upset just because someone is coming to play in EP from NORTH of the border! This is one of the first good shows to come since Kiss. Though old, they are bigger than most of the others, half of the ones that come through are no names.  (Jan 19, 2011 | post #13)

El Paso, TX

Arizona law sparks debate in El Paso

Vlad is right... not a lot here. Few outdoors events to take part in, dirty (I mean make NYC look clean Dirty, as in FILTHY), not attractive, etc... maybe it would be better and I could accept that a lot of people like it if only the majority of the city population feels that it is a trash can so there is no need to do anything but throw those bags of McDonalds out the window! The Latina's is what El Paso has going for it, as well as cheap living. My opinion though... I would and will move in a heartbeat.  (May 27, 2010 | post #3311)

El Paso, TX

LA Times: Obama discusses revival of immigration reform

Carlos made the decision to not read it, right in line with the story. Why would he want to read something that makes sense and that we all know? Like many lefties, it is more important how something makes you FEEL than how well it works.  (May 13, 2010 | post #429)

El Paso, TX

Lawmakers seek public's input on border security

And remember... it is not RACIST to enforce laws. Race has zero to do with it, it is an ACTION that is illegal and it doesn't matter if it is a Mexican, haitian, Italian, Canadian, Spaniard, German, African, or any other race. Much like the Mexican immigration laws are enforced... I guess the Mexicans are just racist because they enforce their immigration laws? Calling this racist is nothing more than a blatant play of the race card and is a final demonstration of those who have no way of factually or realistically countering the reasons for the law. You are plain out of reasons not to support it so you resort to calling it racist. Pathetic.  (May 12, 2010 | post #10)

El Paso, TX

Lawmakers seek public's input on border security

YOU have rights... and your husband can follow the law. There IS a way to legally immigrate, I would encourage you to get involved, if he was deported, he DID violate the law. If you feel the need to complain about the time it takes to legally immigrate, you should be a part of the solution rather than the problem. The hordes of illegals has an effect on the number of LEGAL immigration which is allowed, so in a sense, your husband was working against the system when he (and you) should be working WITH the system... everyone wins. The sooner the illegal situation is solved the sooner you will be reunited through legal immigration and can have your family together. I do wonder what other laws you feel should not be enforced though and which other law breakers should just be set free. Sorry, I have no sympathy for anyone deported, I know what would happen if I illegally immigrated to Mexico... I have personal ethics which prevent me from breaking the law and I will not feel bad about that.  (May 12, 2010 | post #9)

El Paso, TX

Party of NO

http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=_MGT_ cSi7Rs  (May 3, 2010 | post #4)

El Paso, TX

Party of NO

I guess you missed all of the history which was Liberal lead which brought the collapse. Franklin Raines, Barney Frank, Maxine Waters, Meeks, etc... And lets not forget that the pending collaps pointed out years earlier by a liberal Republican with the last name of McCain, and conservatives who saw this coming and tried to get the Libtards to do something but the Libs were too busy kissing asses of those who caused what we have today. Maybe you should read something other than Rosie ODonnel Heyooooh.  (May 3, 2010 | post #3)

El Paso, TX

Man robs sandwich shop on East Side

There are a lot of brain dead individuals here... 1. It is NOT based on race nor targeting a race, it is targeting an ACTION, a BEHAVIOR. 2. It protects US sovereignty. 3. It is NOTHING compared to Mexico's immigration laws. 4. It is not a GOP thing nor a Dem thing, it is a group of people who want to pander to illegals to get votes. The Republicans had control and decided to debate flag burning instead of border security... Both BUSH AND Obama wanted Amnesty, so those claiming it is a party thing simply have no idea (zero functioning brain capacity) anything about this. 5. We were hit by foreigners who came to damage the USA, if you don't support controlling ALL borders then you are simply ignorant of reality. I am sure several will blast this, but honesty is best and anyone who is intellectually honest know these points are 100% spot on!  (May 3, 2010 | post #12)

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