Monday, December 24, 2007

Celis Helps Families Cope with Losing Their Homes

The major networks have once again covered Mauricio Celis coming to the aid of 12 families at Paradise Bay Apartments who lost their homes in the form of Christmas gifts and HEB food certificates. He along with various business owners banded together to help. Kudos to Celis in this Christmas season. This may leave the Republicans like Kaelin and trial lawyer Henry at a bit of a quandary on how to make him the villain that they want. We challenge Republican darling of a reporter John McCormack to print or follow up on the good in this man as well as the bad!

3 comments:

The Advocate said...

Texa$ Wall $treet Journal: Will your loved one become an unknown or unborn heir to the HELLHOLE of a Death Trap Another Dares to Call Frivolous or Fraudulent?

Onamission said...

Celis is getting screwed by the system. Republicans want to knock him out and dumbass democrats among us are going along with it. Hello? He and Watts were our main contributors. Thomas J.(Jackass) Henry was just a tool to screw people like Celis and Watts and get them out of there. The day I need Henry to judge other people is the day hell freezes over. He's the dirtbag who should be investigated.

Public_Policy_Advocate said...

The Commander of Operation Jumpstart Condones Censorship.

The Commander of Operation Jumpstart is Above Playing by the Rules.

"After five terms in the Texas House, I'm going to take my time. I'm going to practice my filibuster skills," Noriega said, before speaking an extra five minutes.





The Commander of Operation Jumpstart spent most of his speech giving his personal history as a legislator who had served in the National Guard in Afghanistan. He focused his criticisms on Cornyn, ignoring McMurrey.

The Commander of Operation Jumpstart ignored the moderator as well:

He appeared miffed when the moderator tried to limit his speech to the same 10 minutes that McMurrey received.

"After five terms in the Texas House, I'm going to take my time. I'm going to practice my filibuster skills," Noriega said, before speaking an extra five minutes.


"If Noriega has to look seriously at either McMurrey or Kelly, that will be like carrying a sign: 'I got no chance in the general election.' "