La Cucaracha by Lalo Alcaraz for July 25, 2010

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    Charles Brobst Premium Member about 12 years ago

    The feds got bigger guns.

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    Yukoneric  about 12 years ago

    Shoulda keeelled Colombo.

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    stewdeo3bs  about 12 years ago

    Arizona has had a problem with immigrants for along time. Check out The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. They weren’t Mexicans , they were what were ‘affectionately’ reffered to as Okies & Arkies

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    lewisbower  about 12 years ago

    If you lost your land through war or treaty, you gave it up forever. Someone ought to tell the Irish, We got invaded long before N America. You think the UK is giving it back?

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    pschearer Premium Member about 12 years ago

    I side with the Tea Parties on many issues (for example, limited government, reduced taxes and govt. spending, respect for the Constitution), but I’m embarrassed by their stand on immigration. They seem to think that enforcing a bad law is justified just because it is a law. By that logic, the most horrible things government can do should be enforced, which plays into the hands of the very people the Tea Parties oppose.

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    Nighthawks Premium Member about 12 years ago

    why would anybody want to live in the desert?

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    Trebor39  about 12 years ago

    The desert is a unique environment where many enjoy living.

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    tg464  about 12 years ago

    Stick to comedy, get off your soap box

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    jiriji  about 12 years ago

    That’s okay, the Mexicans are moving in to the U.S., the Americans are moving into Canada…if we just keep things going like that everybody will end up right back where they started.

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    Rocky Premium Member about 12 years ago

    If you look at the” illegal invasion” as being the same as the European invasion then we better stop it now or we’ll end up just like Geronimo. Displaced and outlawed in our own country. Illegal does mean an unlawful or criminal act. Has everyone forgotten that?

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    ottod Premium Member about 12 years ago

    I have a simple solution. Everyone who wasn’t born in Arizona should move back to wherever they came from. Now there’s a lot of room and opportunity. Oh wait! They’ll have to find a new Governor. And a new sheriff for Maricopa County.

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    CRL29P  about 12 years ago

    nighthawks asks; “why would anybody want to live in the desert?” When it’s 110º out, the ladies don’t wear a lot of clothes.

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    Dirty Dragon  about 12 years ago

    Somehow I don’t see the activist Republican judges on the Supreme Court going for this one.

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    tecolote  about 12 years ago

    The anti-immigrant law in Arizona will be reversed as soon as $ 10.00 letuces and $ 15.00 pound of tomatoes hit the supermarket shelves.

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    sherpafree  about 12 years ago

    Appropo, the eighteen people who posted before me couldn’t or didn’t name that Famous (or infamous) Native American by sight -without looking up the image.

    Way to go Lalo.

    Signed;

    A native Arizonan

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    Quantumtorpedo1 Premium Member about 12 years ago

    His real name is Goyhkala , in English he is Jerome. The Spanish name Geronimo is pronounced “Heyromino”. He did not give up util betrayed by members of the White Mountain Apache nation, who assisted General Crook as trackers.

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    dougdash  about 12 years ago

    All laws need to be enforced until they are changed. The current immigration laws must be honored and I believe left alone. Why is the Federal government singling out AZ, and not suing all of the other states that enforce immigration laws within their borders? In 1993, under the Clinton presidency, the INS Code of Federal Regulations was amended to train any local or state police to be deputized to assist then INS in detaining and turning over any suspected illegal immigrant. This is nothing new folks.

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    Wildcard24365  about 12 years ago

    Thumbs up, Mr. Alcaraz.

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