La Cucaracha by Lalo Alcaraz for September 01, 2010

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    glenbeck  about 13 years ago

    republicans hate America the Constitution and any one that embodies the spirit of the founding fathers.. heck they would deport Lorenzo de Zavala . look him up re-pub-li-tards

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    pschearer Premium Member about 13 years ago

    While I think glenbeck is a jerk for his ignorant name-calling (irony intended), I at least agree that both political parties have exhibited disdain for the Constitution. Anytime anyone suggests amending the Constitution to reduce anyone’s rights, they show their failure to understand rights at all.

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    cdward  about 13 years ago

    pschearer, I’m sure you’re right, but what disdain for the Constitution did you have in mind from the Democrats?

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    Wildcard24365  about 13 years ago

    Eh, yeah, I’m with cdward on this… where have the Dems been doing this? Ah, wait… the Second Amendment. Gotcha.

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    glenbeck  about 13 years ago


    They can take my gun when they pry it from my cold dead hands…


    Seven generations of my family have fought or died for the Union . To change or amend the constitution it represents on a whim goes beyond insult.

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    Dirty Dragon  about 13 years ago

    Personally, I don’t know that handgun restrictions is such a measure of disdain - it’s not hindering the right to organise a militia - and free speech is restricted so that you can’t yell Fire! in a crowded theater..

    “The right to bear arms” shouldn’t mean any weapon, any where, any time in my own opinion. But the Democrats have given up on the issue entirely, so.. yay, NRA. I guess.

    Now if we could just do something about those d-mned Activist Republican Justices.

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    olmail  about 13 years ago

    no no no. activist judges cannot be republican. and biased media cannot be conservative.

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    Kevin Parker Premium Member about 13 years ago

    “Except for brown babies.”

    And gay people. They’re not equal either. Especially if a narrow majority votes that they’re not equal, because a popular vote saying that a minority is inferior always trumps the Constitution. And I’m sure a majority of registered (white) voters in, say, Mississippi or Alabama in 1962 would have agreed.

    Just in case, I am being ironic here. Not everyone gets that.

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    ChukLitl Premium Member about 13 years ago

    The part written to exclude tribes which had not signed treaties to “subject” themselves “to the jurisdiction thereof” is interesting. Spanish is the second language of many of the illegals. We might have better luck treating with the tribes than a Mexican government that seems to have increasingly little control.

    Thank you, glennbeck. I hadn’t heard of de Zavala. He would have liked us to keep Mexico City when we took it.

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    Rocky Premium Member about 13 years ago


    That was a very well written rebuttal and something that I had not heard of. If true, (forgive me for I have not yet had time to verify your post), that should be all the leverage the courts need to evict the squatters and their anchor brats. But that would be too much to hope for, wouldn’t it? And for all of you who think the illegals are so wonderful for our country why don’t you let them move into your homes and share the love???

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