Lalo Alcaraz by Lalo Alcaraz

Lalo Alcaraz

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  1. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, over 1 year ago

    Yup, Rushbo said so, so the dittoheads will flock to repeat their leader’s garbage.

  2. Michael wme

    Michael wme said, over 1 year ago

    Señor Alcaraz never read the Manifesto by Marx. Marx wrote that Christian Socialists are NOT Communists, and good Communists must shun them.

  3. Jase99

    Jase99 GoComics PRO Member said, over 1 year ago

    @Debt Free

    The cartoon has nothing to do with Islam.

  4. pirate227

    pirate227 said, over 1 year ago

    @Michael wme

    Rush never read it.

  5. mdavis4183

    mdavis4183 GoComics PRO Member said, over 1 year ago

    Jesus stayed out of business. The Pope sholuld too

  6. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, over 1 year ago

    Ruff: as I’ve noted here before, if you don’t actually read what a person wrote, or listen to what they said, not just what someone SAYS THEY SAID OR WROTE, then you’re dealing with ignorance, or in the case of anyone listening to Rush and believing him, something far worse than ignorance.

    Yes, a few times a week I gather my courage, take a pill, or two to remain “calm”, and listen to Limbaugh. Notably, even after handling dead, long dead sometimes, bodies of various animals, and even “high primates”, handling more than a few minutes to an hour of Limbaugh, is well, far more revolting. But, I do it, because so much of what he’s cited as saying is SO gross, SO filled with hate and lies, SO anti-American values, I have to hear it direct to believe it.

    For those who are weaker of stomach, sometimes Colbert, Stewart, will play actual clips of his webcast to prove that what even they can’t believe he really said, he did, and they share. They’re both “comedy”, but consistently more articulate, accurate, and informative, than anything on Faux, or coming from Rush. (Yes, I even watch some Faux on occasion, Pepto-Bismol time there too.)

  7. Bruce4671

    Bruce4671 said, over 1 year ago

    What a crock.

    Jesus was a *Theocrat". Once he was “of age” he spent the last three or so years of his life spreading the “Good News of the Kingdom of God” which was at odds with every other form of government then current. The rules were simple. When asked what the greatest commandments from God were he said one must love God with all their heart soul mind and strength and the second is JUST LIKE IT as you must love your neighbor as you love yourself.

    Did he promote communal living where one person controlled the groups funds and provided the necessities for all in the group? Not really, though he did travel with an entourage, that group was dedicated to doing the bidding of one person, Jesus. And while one person did have control of the money box, he turned out to be a liar and a traitor with one account putting him under suspicion of stealing from the coffers. It was not until the Apostle to the Nations – Paul – formed congregations around the area that communal living was recommended. So it was not Jesus who espoused that idea. Why communal living? Protection from persecution since “Christians” were not the most favored of species at the time. If you truly love your brothers and sisters in the Lord will you not help provide for them?

    So no, Jesus was not a proponent of the communist economic system.

    And the Vicar of Christ? No, I do not think so. BUT wouldn’t he be in favor of the people that have all the wealth showing godly love and providing for those not so fortunate? (Here is where I must agree that the “church” should put their money where their mouth is) And not just giving it away but providing gainful employment that benefits the community of mankind.

    All you need is love.

  8. churchillwasright

    churchillwasright said, over 1 year ago


    TROUT: When I was a liberal I hated Rush also. I even used some of the same pejoratives that you do. It was fun. I felt like I belonged to a group.

    Then one day I woke up. I realized Democrats had been lying to me all my life.

    Now I can listen to Rush. He’s not my favorite talker (that would be Todd Schnitt). I don’t agree with everything he says. But I agree with much of what he says. I am free.

  9. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, over 1 year ago

    Churchie: I grew up in an extremely “right wing” family. My dad was even a business partner with Don Nixon (actually a nice guy btw) for a while. Up to the time Richard screwed us over in ‘Nam, and continued that war longer than LBJ ran it, killing more of my friends, I was pretty “rightie” too. Then along came the lies, betrayals, and crooks of the Reagan administration and GHW (Iran/Contra, Panama, environmental policy under Watt to destroy the lands, and other factors, many factors) and I “woke up” indeed to reality. (Though I changed drastically in Reagan’s second year, not term.)

    I still maintain folks are welcome to their own views, even if they listen to Limbaugh, but , they should realize neither he, nor they, are entitled to create their own “facts”, that are in no way actual “facts”.

  10. Gypsy8

    Gypsy8 said, over 1 year ago


    The really weird thing is that Debt Free thinks not being indebted and being financially responsible is unique and a big deal. I always thought it was more the norm.

  11. churchillwasright

    churchillwasright said, over 1 year ago


    CANUCK: You are being purposely obtuse.

    For instance, Democrats have told me all my life that LBJ’s Great Society successfully fought poverty, and I believe them because I care about the plight of the poor. If I later find out, through empirical evidence, that the Great Society has not helped the poor, but instead has enslaved them in generational poverty, I am inclined to find a different way. I haven’t changed because I still care about the plight of the poor. In other words, just because Ive decided that continually giving a man a fish is not as good for that person as teaching him to fish, doesn’t mean I care any less for the person. I haven’t changed. I’m still the same person. I just think I’ve found a better way to achieve a successful outcome.

  12. ncabrera

    ncabrera said, over 1 year ago

    I think Nelson Mandela should be added to the strip!

  13. lonecat

    lonecat said, over 1 year ago

    I knew Nozick quite well. I studied with him and later on I knew him well enough to have lunch and dinner with him from time to time. I liked him and admired him and disagreed with him. He was more like an eccentric leftist than any kind of conservative I’ve ever seen. I remember a conversation at his mother-in-law’s house in Brooklyn in 1967 (just at the time he was writing Anarchy, the State, and Utopia) when we pondered ways to get the US out of Vietnam. I remember a conversation at lunch one day in Cambridge in 1992 when I pressed him on his argument (in Anarchy) for vegetarianism — he was eating a chicken sandwich at the time. He also introduced me to John Rawls, who was a friend of his. Philosopher are funny people. He loved the argument, and he wanted to take it where it led, but he was a most humane person.

  14. lonecat

    lonecat said, over 1 year ago


    Plato and a platypus walk into a bar…

  15. churchillwasright

    churchillwasright said, over 1 year ago

    MARTENS says: “You never were a liberal…”

    You presume to put labels on me— and my past— by a collection of posts? Now it’s my turn…

    “Many of us liberals voted Democratic party not because the party was liberal (it isn’t) but because it came closer to liberal than the Republican party.”

    If you thought there was a chance in hell that a Socialist could win, you’d vote that party line instead.

    CANUCK said: “I am a Liberal such that I oppose the ideology of powerful government and I encourage individual action.”

    That does not compute.
    My computer is starting to smoke…

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