La Cucaracha by Lalo Alcaraz

La Cucaracha

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  1. ORMouseworks

    ORMouseworks said, over 2 years ago

    Wrong president, guys, although I do get the “joke”… ;)

  2. A_Dream4u

    A_Dream4u said, over 2 years ago

    They sure love to blame Obama for all the things Bush screwed up. Proving to all how racist and stupid they really are!

  3. ebsan

    ebsan said, over 2 years ago

    They’ll get their chance to correct things in a couple of years.

  4. Kaffekup

    Kaffekup said, over 2 years ago

    OK, Lalo, we know you’re “trolling” for trolls. Comparing Obama to the best president since sliced bread. (sarc)
    I have a feeling they won’t even understand what you’re saying. And that’s what makes it funny.

  5. don57

    don57 said, over 2 years ago

    28% of Louisiana republicans blame President Bush for the response for hurricane Katrina while 29% blame President Obama (Katrina took place in 2005, long before Mr. Obama was President) he is also being blamed for the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq – now do you get the joke? Even the current issue of refugee children crossing the border seeking asylum is the result of a law that was signed into effect by President Bush.

  6. Olongapojoe

    Olongapojoe GoComics PRO Member said, over 2 years ago

    @ night gaunt – from 2 days ago, you responded again to my post, but unfortunately you failed, conveniently, to answer the question, ‘Why should illegals be allowed to cut in line for citizenship over people who are waiting for their visas?’. Amazing how when people who don’t have a good answer just ignore forever the questions.

  7. Agingstoner

    Agingstoner said, over 2 years ago

    (1) All of Obama’s problems were created at that time.
    (2) Go to any bagger website or watch Fox Noise and you’ll see the irrational stupidity of Republican Obama bashing.

  8. echoraven

    echoraven said, over 2 years ago


    “(1) All of Obama’s problems were created at that time.”
    Perhaps. If you look at the workforce participation rate from the Dept of Labor, more people were working under Bush than Obama. That number has steadily declined since he took office.

  9. agrestic

    agrestic said, over 2 years ago

    And by YOUR dumb logic, his terms from 6000 BC to 5992 BC were sooooooooooo much worse. Much as I’m not the biggest Clinton fan, under him the US government ran budget surpluses, thousands of US soldiers and hundreds of thousands in countries we invaded weren’t killed, etc. Then Bush came and reversed all that. Plus more. Oh, so much more. So actually I’d say his terms from 1992 to 2000 were a hell of a lot better—by your logic. Really, do you ever actually stop to do what that third syllable in your name says? Sheesh.

  10. agrestic

    agrestic said, over 2 years ago


    The workforce participation rate, which started its fairly steady decline in 1999, during Bush’s term, has been going down for all sorts of reasons. Labor economists agree that the biggest driver is an increasingly aging population. Which many would see as good news! You know, it means people aren’t dying as quickly, birth rates aren’t out of control, and most older folks are still managing to have some retirement time when they get to that age. I mean really, do you just look at the first graph you can find and forget to explore actual causes, so great is your fervor to find something to bash Terrible Serpent Obama with? Or is that too difficult?

  11. agrestic

    agrestic said, over 2 years ago

    indie said: (1) Apparently Obama can’t fix Bush’s problems, making Bush the more powerful and effectual president of the two.
    I have an exercise for you, maybe something a grown-up will help you with. Get some wooden blocks. Now have that grown-up build a nice tall building with those blocks. Takes a little while, doesn’t it? Now that the building’s there, here’s where you come in: knock over the building. That’s right, smash the blocks! Didn’t take nearly as long, did it? Okay, now here’s the tricky part. Have the grown-up try to build another building out of the blocks you knocked down, except now you get to have one of your friends run in and steal blocks and try to knock down the building the grown-up is making while the grown-up is trying to make it. Meanwhile, you can watch and play with watercolors, or maybe finger paints.
    Are you more powerful than the grown-up? Maybe. Are you a gleefully destructive little brat or just can’t be bothered to figure out how to actually make something from those blocks? Why yes, yes you are.

  12. agrestic

    agrestic said, over 2 years ago

    Oh indie, your projecting is so precious. But wait, you just told me to go away! Are you censoring me? Ohmygosh, you’re censoring me! Or at least, by you and your cronies’ staunch interpretation of the First Amendment—as posted in previous days—that’s what you’re doing. Ohmygosh ohmygosh ohmygosh! Well, I suppose I should just slink away with my tail between my legs and— nah, I think I’ll stick around. You’re such good company!
    By the way, I have yet to see you actually post and back up any, as you put it, “facts,” here. Maybe you can start small, like how many shoes make a pair.
    Also by the way, you may be surprised to know that it’s perfectly legal and sometimes even okay to express anger in a public forum. If it wasn’t, where would all those nice Tea Party people be? I’ll let you in on a secret, though: I’m having a great time here, taking “facts” (oh, those scare quotes again!) you and your ilk manage to get someone to type for you here out to the woodshed. Oh, and if I go insane it’ll be of my own accord, thank you very much.
    But maybe people vigorously disagreeing with you injures your delicate sensibilities? If that’s the case, may I suggest for you the comments section for Ziggy? Or would that be violating your First Amendment Rights?

  13. agrestic

    agrestic said, over 2 years ago

    Who says I’m a guy? And who says that what you’re engaged in is debate? Sounds to me more like some random words have knocked together in your anti-Lalo–addled brain and somehow made their way to your fingers. I mean, for the most part they manage to come out in complete sentences, so you’ve got that going for you. But as for an actual well-considered thought that would contribute to substantive debate, well, you’ve got a bit of a ways to go on that front, I’m afraid.

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