La Cucaracha by Lalo Alcaraz for February 04, 2023

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    Templo S.U.D.  4 months ago

    How do ban Latinos from the United States when parts thereof were of a historic territory colonized by Spain (Texas, California, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Florida)?

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    aristoclesplato9  4 months ago

    97% of Latinos do not like the Latinx label.

    Their language is a beautiful thing. It uses sex and marital status as a descriptor in many words. But the Dems demand they define how others speak.

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 4 months ago

    I see Hispanic ads for Melax.

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    Jhon-Yermo  4 months ago

    Just like a Goofy GQP to solve a problem that did not exist.. Yes sir buddy, old Sarah “Stink Eye” Huckabee is really making a difference.

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    Convicted Pedant  4 months ago

    Easy: we stole it from them after they stole it from the indians-who weren’t from India.

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    Blaidd Drwg Premium Member 4 months ago

    Sarah Huckabee is the result of GOP Ex-Lax.

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    quinones.felix  4 months ago

    I’m a Puerto Rican that was born in New Jersey. I lived in Puerto Rico for 3 years and learned about atrocities committed by the Spaniards and then the Americans. Since it seems that the majority of the Republicans are reluctant to admit Puerto Rico as a state, because of the erroneous thinking that the majority would vote Democrat. It makes sense for it to become an independent nation. The first thing to achieve a national identity is to restore the indigenous name of Borinken. The Spaniards understood as Borinquen. Christopher Columbus landed ashore on his 2nd voyage in 1493 and named the island San Juan Bautista or St John the Baptist. As the Spaniards looted the island of gold with forced labor of the indigenous population, the name was interchanged by the sailors of the port city of Puerto Rico meaning Rich Port. So I don’t like the label of Latinx.

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    FicklePickle  4 months ago

    More whitewashed bs

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    kaffekup   4 months ago

    Ah, the party of “small government” can’t wait to ban things. Next, I’m sure she’ll jump on the DeathSentence bandwagon and start banning books and school courses.

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    mistercatworks  4 months ago

    There was a department of a liberal college that got publicity for banning the world “field” from all official documents … because slaves worked in “fields”, so it must be racist.

    My ancestors were white sharecroppers. Everybody worked in fields, so it must be stupid.

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    Radish the wordsmith Premium Member 4 months ago

    Right wingers are not known for their intellectual abilities since they scorn science.

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    Steverino Premium Member 4 months ago

    I suppose they will have to change the name of all the cities that have Spanish names. Like San Antonio.

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    TIMH  4 months ago

    Mexican Exlax? Isn’t that Taco Bell?

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    leonardonyc  4 months ago

    well banning latinx is like banning fairies, leprechauns, big foot… that also do not exist , 94 % of latinos why do not like that term .. brought to you by white woke millennials. it’s stupid we don’t need it not using it excludes no one from government

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    GiantShetlandPony  4 months ago

    Huckabee thinks?

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    gopher gofer  4 months ago

    Their language is a beautiful thing. It uses sex and marital status as a descriptor in many words.

    possibly the dumbest thing we’ve heard yet from a guy that specializes in stone stoopid. but he was surprisingly on the mark regarding “latinx…”

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