Things That Make Me Laugh – El Paso Times – El Paso News Organization

Things That Make Me Laugh – El Paso Times

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  1. Spinning like a Top says:

    I gave up with the Times. If I want news, I read other publications. If I need a good laugh, then I read the Times. It’s almost as funny reading Beetle Bailey with General Halftrack. The General that is always waiting for that one important call to report for duty at the Pentagon. Of course, the call never comes. Actually reminds me of some of the half wits in office today. With their self inflated ego, they sit around always waiting for the call to report for duty in Washington or Dallas or flashing their dental work on the front page of the times. They are totally irrevelant in Dallas ! Watch out Pravda, the Times is adopting your methods for publishing the party line. That might explain why Muench is still at the Times only now he is fully retired. Is he the central El Paso committee political commissar ? Here’s a new for me, you retire and return the next day to resume the same duties as before. Whew!

    Enough for now, my mind is spinning from reading so much spin in the Times !

    Now the ID card issue. 10,000 signatures? And how many are from Mexico or uninvited? How many are actually alive? How many are registered voters?

    The whole thing is a joke. Every adult in Mexico has a voters ID with photo. Required by law! That should be sufficient for routine services. Now someone explain, Mexico is financially worse off than the US, but yet their adults have no problem with obtaining ID. Here in the U.S. people require ID to attend school, receive insurance and medical services, open a bank account, get a loan, get. D/L, well you get the picture. We are a 100 times richer than Mexico and other foreign countries and people afford to get a “free” state ID or never had one. Really ? The homeless? They’re always going to need ID because they are always traveling and live wherever. So getting an El Paso ID is going to be a regular service for them. The elderly don’t have ID? That’s means no house, no car, no benefits of any kind. It’s anyone’s guess as to how they managed to reach the golden years. Too far to travel to get a “free” state ID? Come on, last time I took a road trip I didn’t see wagon trains, but plenty of buses, trucks, cars, motorcycles. While it is possible to be without family surely there are friends or agencies to assist.

    Pure and simple, this to is open the door for invited residents to receive a d/l. They don’t even pay for insurance with a foreign d/l or drive with one anyway.

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