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  • Henry

    It’s easier for him, though, because his floor is coated with smear.

    • pyrodice

      That’s a shame, it coulda been unvarnished, but… you know.

  • How come the ‘Cuda is cream instead of candy apple red?

    Well, now that we (and several other countries) are getting real-world threats from the North Koreans’ Li’l Kim III, does anyone besides me still remain skeptical that the leftretards will snap back to reality?
    No?
    Well, what about if the Iranians try to speedboat-bomb a US Navy ship in the Persian Gulf when it’s running a supply run?
    No?
    Well, what if Iran succeeds in launching a 2,500-mile range ICBM and it lands on some Lefretarad’s tent and makes a mess out of the falafel? Think that’ll work to bring reality back to them?

    Yeah, me neither. It would still be Trump’s fault… or Bush’s… or Reagan’s.

    • Ozymandias

      Libtards have never been in touch with reality. Why would current events change anything?

    • eon

      They’d be cheering for all of the above. After all, in their minds, Western Civilization is Evil Incarnate, we are the most evil thing about it, and the only good thing it ever produced was…them.

      clear ether

      eon

      • NotYetInACamp

        Hench the suicidal sociopaths that arranged for millions upon millions of a military age male army to enter Europe with intentions trained in them from childhood that Europe was theirs to conquer as they are told by Mohamed from Allah that they, the Muslims, are superior beings meant to conquer such savage civilizations as Western Civilization.

        Islam did conquer Classic Western Civilization’s Breadbasket of Egypt and the intellectual center of Christianity in Syria and Turkey in the first few years after it broke out of the Saudi Peninsula, thus beginning the various Black Ages of Europe.
        Look at the silt record off North Africa. After the Muslims quickly conquered it, the “superior” Muslim goat herders placed their average of 60 goats per family on the conquered dhimini Christian farm fields where they ate the irrigated farmland down to the roots and it washed into the Mediterranean Sea.

        Democrats and Progressives have similar delusions of superiority, and act on those delusions.

      • DASTARDLY DAN

        Perhaps we should start lobbying for a relocation service for the Libertards.
        Ship their superior posteriors to the countries they so admire, with no return ticket

    • JTC

      Lady D,

      “How come the β€˜Cuda is cream instead of candy apple red?”

      I think that’s a ’70 and it looks original in which case that is probably Alpine White. There were a couple reds available, Rallye Red which was more of a crimson, and Tors Red which was more red but not really what you could call Candy Apple. Appropriate to the psychedelic era (but never my thing), were things like In Violet, Lemon Twist, Vitamin C Orange, and Limelight.

      I turned 16 in ’70 and while I was mostly in love with the SS Chevys, I think my favorite ‘Cuda and the one I remember most probably because a local rich kid in my class got a brand new one for his sixteenth birthday…was a Jamaica blue hardtop with white racing stripes and matching white interior and the hot 340 that matched the hemi in the quarter.

      Lust, thy name was ‘Cuda. Of course when you’re sixteen lust has lots of names. My fave was/is Fran, the hot little mini-skirted blonde Georgia transfer student who was my prom date that year, my preggie wife a year later…and still the love of my life forty five years after that.

      Still…youth, where did you go?

      • Ron

        A school buddy of mine had the 70 Cuda convertible in Lemon Twist with the 340 in it. Small blocks work juuuust fine.

      • MudMarine

        Plum Crazy with Hemi Stripes

        Pardon my drooling

  • epador

    Just Beat It, Beat It, Beat It…

  • Southpaw

    Warning to Dems: when you go on wild fishing expeditions, you never know what might end up on your hook. Sometimes the investigators become the investigated

  • JTC

    What we have here is…

    A collision of collusions. The ‘toon tells the tale;

    Nothing is random here. Trump is playing the one against the other, and now they are smelling the trap and trying to explain their lies with lies.

    And I sponsored it! Sweet!

    • NotYetInACamp

      Ostensibly you had no desire to ostentatiously present this. Obviously discernible to even the oblivious. πŸ™‚

      • JTC

        Except those oblivious to the obvious, like the eloi.

        The nefarious morlocks ostensibly magnanimous intent conceals a surreptitious desire to enact a conspiracy narrative and ultimately the ostentatious consumption of those unable or unwilling to discern malevolence, even when it’s biting them on their ass.

        • JTC

          That was stupid, but fun…and true. πŸ™‚

        • NotYetInACamp

          Well done.

          Am I referencing the eloi?

  • ‘walking back’ – why use two words when only one is needed? ‘retract’ is correct. Must the mediots constantly show how limited is their scope every time they open their moronic mouths? And no, I don’t care which side of the fence they’re on. If they spend their days in a media daze, they are boring and consistently dense.

    ‘walking back’ – geez, I walk back to my house on a day-to-day basis. Doesn’t mean I ‘retract’ to it, does it? Yeah, they are ALL that dumb.

    Just DON’T defend them. They are STOOPIDD.

    • But Delilah, using “walking back” let Chris throw in the moonwalking joke!
      By the way, what do you think of “Ride of the Valkyries” as the theme song for Conservative women?

    • David Gonzalez

      We old salts have a phrase in our lexicon: “walk back handsomely”, usually referring to wildcats (part of the line-handling tackle which applies brakes to slow down the pay-out of lines and/or anchor chains). You don’t want to snub the pay-out completely (which can result in damaged gear and, sometimes, dead sailors)—you just want to apply a modicum of control to prevent the over-run and–in the case of anchor chains–will rip the bitter end right out of the chain locker bulkhead (again, broken gear and severely-damaged sailors). Substitute “hasty pronouncements” for “lines and chains”, and the possibility of “walking back” becomes a more-desirable action than executing either a (futile) retraction or a sudden about-face, don’t you know! : )

      • Lucius Severus Pertinax

        Indeed! Lose the bitter end of that cable and it will trim a man’s toenails off at the armpit!!!

    • Bill G

      On the verbal level walking back allows lots of room for weasel-wording as opposed to flat “I was wrong”.

      • Kafiroon

        Oh I like Weasels. Tricky varmints and fast. Helps shotgun accuracy.

      • JTC

        There has been an over-use of that term lately, and yes you can call them weasel words, but in a bit of a different context.

        The mediots (weasels) love to use it when it becomes necessary for people smarter than them (Trump people, NRA people, Deplorable people) to have to break down, simplify, expound, and explain what they have said previously.

        You would think that people whose job description is dealing with words and meanings would not need to have grade school definitions of grown-up words and policies spoon-fed to them (I mean English is the first language of American media is it not, at least most of them?).

        But trying to help them out with what should be obvious intent is just gleefully used by them as evidence of taking back -or walking back- what was said even when it is nothing of the kind, rather just a re-stating in simpler terms for simpler minds to absorb.

        So anything that is said that is something or by someone who doesn’t fit their prepared narrative that attempts to clarify is seized upon by the weasels to do what weasels do. And as so often happens, a perfectly functional word or term is twisted to fit the narrative and ruined for the general lexicon.

        Yeah I think I would like weasel hunting too, Kafiroon. We don’t have them here but it sounds like great sport; a bit of a challenge and performing a service for the overall environment by thinning them out. Scatterguns would be best for most of us to improve our chances, but those Washington weasels are busily making annoying little targets of themselves, and the Exterminator in Chief (sorry Ahnold, you’re a distant second on this just like in the boardroom), is plinking them off with headshots, one by one. Yesterday it was Andrea Mitchell’s turn. Walk that back, bitch…right out the door.

    • NotYetInACamp

      They really were turning tail and retreating / running in an obvious full rout while attempting to present an ostentatious display that they were not in full defeat across all fronts and failing in all facts while they had attempted to have an ostensibly stated comment be accepted as true, despite all others presented facts.

      • JTC

        While surreptitiously planting moles, bugs, and leaks. πŸ˜‰

        Obstruction by any means, in the name and in the service of ???

        • NotYetInACamp

          By any means …

    • MudMarine

      Walking back is more nebulous, retract is a hard line word for wrong. They can’t be wrong so they “walk it back”. Stooopid

  • John Ward III

    Lol!!!

  • These things inspire grand laughter within my Deplorable soul. Joke ’em if they can’t take a fuck.

  • Spin Drift

    Hoisted on their own petards. Keep punching Big D. Now go after the little bastards for breaking the law. Have Secretary Sessions unrecuse himself and investigate down to a frogs hair and don’t wait months to issue a warrant. Make them tremble, piss their loins, spend their lucre, hear the lamentations of their women. No Quarter Given, Jungle Rules Now.

    Spin
    OODA said Col. Boyd

  • epilitimus

    Revenge of the tech heads. Pols be butthurt, but what goes around comes around.

    It would be interesting to compile a list of all the CIA claims of the last 20 or so years which can now be labeled BS. Pretty much every “The ________ hacked it!” claim would make the list.

  • LowKey

    Chris, you need to work Based Stickman into the strip for a panel or two….they guy deserves some cudos.

  • jackdeth72

    Don’t you just love it when President Trump still leads and swats the DNC Media across the snout with delightful Twitter Rolled Up Newspapers?

  • Bill G

    They keep weaving their tangled webs into a knot, forgetting that our President has taken the role of a certain Macedonian with regards to such knots.

    • John D. Egbert

      Indeed. To incur a minor anachronism, there are times when nothing but a well-honed gladius will get the job done.

  • Mort

    Hannity`s remark last nite while discussing the way the
    media treats the President of the United States is pretty
    much right on:

    “Fair, balanced, unbiased journalists should stop pretending,
    and be who they are: Radical, lazy, leftist, activists.

  • Mort

  • WayneM

    The swamp ain’t draining itself, folks…

    • NotYetInACamp

      The leftists have their parasitic siphons installed in the existing government and societal structure too steal the lifeblood of society to present to them in their quest to end the “evil” western civilization and the USA. They are at war.

  • RonF

    Walking it back doesn’t matter. The meme has been planted, and that’s what matters. Mission accomplished, and his colleagues will understand and shield him from any consequences that he would suffer if he belonged to an ethical profession.

  • CaptDMO

    “White boy can Moon walk”
    Pretty sure it was Astaire, (or Gene Kelly) that had it down, on film, first.
    So far, I’ve seen “crawfish”, and “lobster” referring to the Coons bootlegger turn.

    • Bootlegger turn! Fond memories of a ’66 Mustang with a hi-Po 289! Nose heavy, light in the asset, an absolute joy to drive on a twisty road once I learned to steer with the throttle!
      Back when tires were cheap and gas was cheaper.
      Ah, the good old days, when I was too young to know better, old enough to do it anyway, and thought I was invulnerable.

      • DonS

        PC, I loved your last line; then gave it some thought. I’m thinking back to when I was old enough to know better, young enough to do it anyway, and thought: “you only live once!”

        • There was a time when I thought I was invulnerable…
          Then I got married.

          • John D. Egbert

            That’ll do it, every time — as I learned, also . . .

    • eon

      Fred always said that his longtime costar Ginger Rogers was a better dancer than he was, because “Anything I can do she can do backwards, in high heels”.

      πŸ˜‰

      cheers

      eon

  • JIMV

    What amazes me is how quickly a media source can flip…On Friday every rumor and allegation in the ‘Russia Scandal’ was treated as an unassailable fact but as soon as Trump note it was illegal and unethical to bug a political campaign, the ‘unassailable facts’ became unproven allegations.

    • NotYetInACamp

      Does that mean that we are not all Russian now? I was sort of looking forward to it.

  • Mort

    There`s a certain dialogue that goes: Question, why`d ja kill em?
    Answer: he needed killin……regarding that illegal immigrant in N.
    Carolina today who walked out of his house with a butcher knife
    in one hand and his mother`s head in the other, when asked by
    the police why he decapitated her, I heard on Fox news he said
    he felt like it…..

    The bleeding hearts will probably spend money and time trying
    to figure out what caused him to do something like that, when
    logical people know what should be done, and it ain`t just
    building the wall.

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