Y'all remember Larry Romero?
He had to resign over speed humps.
Of all people and organizations trying to destroy Larry, the El Paso Times was the most vicious.
Which makes this article all the funnier - "Residents will get relief from speeding drivers".
And it does not stop there.
Jim Tolbert, who pushed for Larry's ouster, voted for these speed humps.
Of course, he had to pretend to be skeptical before he voted for them so that he can avoid looking like a complete hypocrite.
Per the City, some neighborhoods have been waiting eight years for speed humps.
So Romero cuts through all bureaucratic red-tape and gets shit done, and you all run him out-of-office.
And you all elected an alleged saint to replace him, and he does what now?
And then you all ask, "Why does El Paso suck so hard?"
Just look in mirror, or look at Susie Byrd, and you will see why.