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Beto, come home. Texas needs you.

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Posted By: StormCnter, 8/11/2019 7:30:58 AM

Our thinking this week, amid all the carnage and grief and finger-pointing, has been in part on Beto O’Rourke, the presidential candidate from El Paso, where 22 people were killed last Saturday. Our sympathy is devoted to the dead and their families, of course — but Beto has been on our minds, too. We keep coming back to a moment last Sunday when, for a few seconds, all the pretenses that are part of running for president in our age of constant exposure were peeled back, if only briefly. There are times, it seems, in most presidential campaigns when the facades get stripped away like so many layers of paint.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Cindiana 8/11/2019 7:38:01 AM (No. 148839)
OMG...I thought for sure this was satire. It's serious!! They're begging him to drop out of the race and run for Senate because his is a voice that is needed. I have no words.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Safari Man 8/11/2019 7:41:50 AM (No. 148841)
Yeah, like Texas needs a hole in its head. FTA: "You’d have to fight for it, and do better than you did against Cruz." Bzzzt! Wrong. Beto has irreparably damaged himself in this race. People know him too well now. He's a Loser, pay no mind to what he says.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Nimby 8/11/2019 7:42:36 AM (No. 148843)
Houston Comicle and its dreams
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Reply 4 - Posted by: sparky joe 8/11/2019 7:44:08 AM (No. 148844)
Major Barf Alert Beto is a Hero for things like Almost tearing down the Wall in El Paso and for supporting the guy who wore Socks depicting Police Officers as Pigs
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Sunhan65 8/11/2019 7:45:58 AM (No. 148847)
No, we don't. California needs you. And you need California: an echo chamber where thoughtless vulgar sentiments can be turned into leftist public policy and ruin what was once America's most prosperous and patriotic state. There are lots of aliens there, mostly illegal, and no end of homeless people you can say you feel sorry for while enacting policies designed to further damage them and the communities they subsist in. Mental illness isn't just treated in California; it's treated with respect and elected to high office. You'll fit right in. Plus, there's a good chance that the epidemics created by generations of the kind of policies you favor will kill you. And either way, we'll be rid of you.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Troutgreen 8/11/2019 7:58:03 AM (No. 148856)
I have lived in Houston all my life. Two of my great-uncles were newspapermen....one for the Chronicle and the other for the defunct Houston Post. Every day of my life for as far back as I remember started with coffee and the paper. Today's Chronicle is a predictable mash-up of AP and New York Times stories and columnists, with a large sampling of disrespectful and tasteless cartoons about Trump. I have had it. It's Sunday, and I have been looking outside to see when the paper hits my driveway. I will trot out to get it as soon as it arrives. Not reading it anymore,just out of toilet paper. RIP, print journalism. Gonna miss you.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: cThree 8/11/2019 7:58:25 AM (No. 148857)
Dreams, indeed. There's some odd thinking in play here. "He's an idiot, but he's our idiot," they might say. They're also saying that his quirky, potty-mouth behavior isn't presidential, but as a senator. what the heck.... "We are idiots, too," they might say.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: anniebc 8/11/2019 8:00:53 AM (No. 148860)
I didn't know Texas needed clowns. Funny as heck!
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Reply 9 - Posted by: tom7 8/11/2019 8:01:47 AM (No. 148861)
Houston Chronicle must be a Hearst paper. LOL.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: tom7 8/11/2019 8:02:32 AM (No. 148862)
The insanity lives strong within them.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: MOBeef4u 8/11/2019 8:05:37 AM (No. 148869)
So apparently the village of Houston is missing its idiot and the Chronicle thinks that Beto can fill the bill. Ok, that works.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: TXSPeach 8/11/2019 8:21:52 AM (No. 148889)
Oh Jeez, Houston already has one idiot named Sheila Jackson Lee, we sure don't need another.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Newtsche 8/11/2019 8:34:29 AM (No. 148905)
Unsolicited advice for Beto: pastel athletic shoes
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Highlander 8/11/2019 8:44:07 AM (No. 148918)
Given his level of emotional maturity, “Captain Skateboard” would be his true calling.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: stablemoney 8/11/2019 9:02:53 AM (No. 148932)
Texas does not need Beto. Beto needs his momma, as he is very immature, ignorant, and in need of his momma.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: HHFi2 8/11/2019 9:06:26 AM (No. 148936)
As a native-born, lifelong Texan, I couldn't agree more with Sunhand65: No, "Beto," go to California, where your unhinged, whiny leftism will fit right in, and quit embarrassing the Lone Star State by associating us with you. My wife and I were talking just yesterday about how disgusting it is that anyone would think this hysterical soy boy should represent Texas, land of Sam Houston, the Alamo and the Texas Rangers. I guess the state of journalism in Houston has sunk even lower than the state of the Texas Democratic Party. Our take on his behavior of the past week is that it should pound the last nail into the coffin of his hopes to hold any job higher than assistant Roto-Rooter drain unclogger (I don't mean the one who runs the machine, that takes skill; I mean the one who cleans off the tip.) The only thing "authentic" was that he showed he's an authentic dill-hole. We now know that in times of crisis, when Americans need a calm and steady leader to bring us together, he'll curse, rage impotently like a spoiled teenager, flail his arms, point fingers, compare his own country to Hitler's Germany, and call half the population racists and mass murderers. For a far more accurate take on his embarrassingly immature behavior and general uselessness, I'd suggest reading instead Jeffrey Lord's article in the American Spectator online, titled, "Beto O'Rourke: Nazi-Obsessed Goofball."
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Sunhan65 8/11/2019 9:29:28 AM (No. 148959)
#16, as a recently-adopted, year-long resident, I salute you and the hospitality of your great state. I almost wrote "Texan" in the sentence above instead of "resident," but I realize that being a Texan is something the good people here take very seriously, and with justifiable pride. When President Bush passed away, the headline on the cover of Texas Monthly read simply: "George H.W. Bush, Texan." Having lived here for a while, I understood the compliment.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: natpock1 8/11/2019 9:58:33 AM (No. 148983)
OMG you have got to be kidding! Embarrassed to say I live in Houston, Proud I don't subscribe to the Houston Comical! Glad to know that Fresh dirty genuine talk is acceptable for the future leaders of Texas. Give me a break if a Republican said this they would be abused by the LameStreamMedia, such hypocrisy!
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Reply 19 - Posted by: VirtuDawg 8/11/2019 10:21:12 AM (No. 149008)
This article isn't from The Onion??? No, Beto, please stay in the presidential primary race, so that American voters can continue to see what a complete clownfest the Dim party has become.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: DVC 8/11/2019 10:24:35 AM (No. 149012)
LOL! Nobody needs this aged out punk.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Quigley 8/11/2019 10:41:44 AM (No. 149036)
FTA: “Something like that happened last Sunday with O’Rourke, when a news reporter asked O’Rourke whether he felt there was anything President Trump could do to cool the atmosphere of hate toward immigrants.” “Um, what do you think?” O’Rourke responded bluntly. “You know the s*** he’s been saying. He’s been calling Mexican immigrants rapists and criminals. I don’t know. … Like, members of the press -- what the f***? It’s these questions that you know the answers to …” “Is that language presidential? Not normally. It certainly isn’t the normal fare for an editorial page in the Sunday paper, either, with or without the asterisks. But it struck us as so unscripted, so unexpected that its offense was somehow washed away.“ So, on the basis of the above “beto” quote, the Houston “newspaper” thinks he is “genuine” and needs to come back to Texas and run for the senate. How unbelievably vapid.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: MickTurn 8/11/2019 11:18:21 AM (No. 149081)
Buto, come home. Texas needs you as a human shield!
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Reply 23 - Posted by: HammerDax56 8/11/2019 11:53:09 AM (No. 149101)
One paragraph into this story and I’m hearing the theme song to “Lassie Come Home - the story of a dog and the boy who loved him” More embarrassing than even Chris Matthew’s leg tingle.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: mizzmac 8/11/2019 12:45:07 PM (No. 149139)
Beto...come home. We need you. Texas needs more incoherent male narcissists who can drop the f-bomb and cry on cue...you just can't have too many of those!
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Sandbar 8/11/2019 12:53:24 PM (No. 149147)
Actually, I hope Beto does run for the Senate again. He's pretty much damaged goods. He will not attract the gobs of outside cash in a Presidential election year that he did in mid terms. Texas in 2020 as in many states will be decided by the presidential race and I'm betting will remain. bright red
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Reply 26 - Posted by: Smart11344 8/12/2019 1:46:35 PM (No. 150105)
There's a cow missing. The one that's full of bull.
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