Day By Day

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  • Too Tall

    There is far more reality and sanity in DBD than in everything that was spewed in tonight’s Progtard DildoCrat debate tonight.

    Virginia is just a dress rehearsal. All six occupants of the clown car made it clear that they will take your freedom, rights, property, and wealth, by first taking your guns if any of them are elected.

    Chose wisely.

    • NotYetInACamp

      There was a clown show? And I missed it? Horrors!

  • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

    One ignorant fake (WaPoo) taking direction from another ignorant fake (Blackface Northam).
    What was that saying about the blind leading the blind, they both fall into the ditch?

  • JTC

    Getting history and news from teevee?
    No worse than academia or msm I guess.

  • Kafiroon

    They could put up one of their enforcers at my place.
    I’m great cook. Learned it from being a good engineer.
    My stew is to die for.

    • Badumbump, tssssss. Remember that Clint Eastwood movie?

    • Henry

      Do you also have turkey-sized holes in your ceiling?

  • And this simply shows their total ignorance of the Constitution. Boom.

    • John

      Not to mention the Declaration of Independence.

      • Polly Cy

        Except that the Declaration has no basis in law. It has cultural significance as a “founding document” but courts can’t base decisions on its content.

        BTW, have you ever noticed that the Declaration says “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness,” while the Constitution says “Life, Liberty, and Property”? Interesting, no?

        • Brent Dotson

          The “Life,Liberty, and Property” line comes from John Locke and predates the Declaration. Jefferson certainly knew the line and why he changed it, I don’t know. maybe marketing.

  • Bren

    Say I have 50 guns and they send 10 guys to my house to seize them. How man guns would I have then?

    Assuming they each had 2 on them when they arrived, 70. But I’d need new carpet and drywall.

    • Pamela

      Better yet, how many new knives would you have?

    • John

      Have you considered starting your own local militia?
      Triggers need fingers after all.

  • Buck

    Quite explicit they were, the Third Amendment: No soldier to be quartered in a home during peace or war without permission.

  • ExNuke

    The question for November is “Do you want to be Californicated?”.

    • Jim

      Or Ukrained (circa 1930s). Or Culturally revolved?

    • Pamela

      No one wants to be including Californians.

  • GWB

    I don’t get either reference. (I don’t watch the late night “comedy” shows, and have never watched West Wing.)

  • Bill3542

    I’m gonna start investing in hemp futures…. not the smoking variety either.

  • Cliff

    I live in Virginia. The Governor, Code name Coonman, is nuts. He will fail.

    • John

      He may be nuts, but is his National Guard Command nuts too?
      They might become “unavailable” at a critical moment.

    • Pamela

      Can a person get a broken neck by tripping over an untied shoelace?

  • ottersmith

    “Your children have been temporarily restrained from returning to your home for their safety from the armory you’ve collected. May we remove that, so that we may return your children instead of taking them to CPS?”

    “We need to quarter three troops here to protect your children. Otherwise, we may have to take them from school to CPS for their safety. Do we have your permission?”

    I wasn’t alive when this started in 1932 (if it hadn’t started before that!) It’s going to take a long time to straighten this country out.

    • Kafiroon

      Three of them? The kids only have little trundles. I only have one king sized bed so they have to share.

      No one knows what evil lurks under the bed.

  • Bill G

    Ayuh. Democrats know all kinds of things that are, ahem, not what they think they are.

  • JTC

    Just another case of a missing apostrophe…

    “Golly, you know you’re history, sir!”

    Fixed it for ‘em.

    • Walrus

      “Your” is correct.

      • JTC

        Not in my intended context it isn’t. I know walruses are slow but try to keep up, brother.

    • Polly Cy

      “Your:” possessive pronoun modifying “history.” For example, your guns, your rights, your education.

      My co-author and I have a book almost ready to submit to publishers. It’s a collection of malapropisms and what are sometimes called “eggcorns.” The chapter titled “Apostrophes Gone Wild” is 4 or 5 times longer than any of the others.

      • Pamela

        I’ll buy your book on the by and bye

        • Polly Cy

          Free sample: the writer used alope instead of elope. I named the category “Melon-choly baby” and the sentence I wrote to illustrate it was, “We cantalope,” Mary Sue wailed. “I already paid the caterer!” (We write new sentences to prevent readers from going online, finding, and harassing the original writer. As my collaborator and I like to say, we’re cruel but we aren’t vicious – which is spelled viscous by an amazing number of writers.)

          My favorite error was the character who had an allergic reaction and went into anal phallic shock.

    • Polly Cy

      Ah, I finally got it! You’re as in “You know ‘you are’ history, Sir.” Very clever! Sorry to be so slow.

      • JTC

        🙂 I was about to say “Not you too Polly!”

        We were talking about tools before; language, humor, sarcasm, and irony are some of my faves, if my usage is sometimes obscure.

        And Dems are so target-rich. 🙂

        • Polly Cy

          Whew! Glad I redeemed myself in time!

    • JTPatriot

      I got that reference. I hope it comes true!

  • Gus Bailey

    Ignorant of the storyline of “West Wing”; but they actually dabbled in 3rd Amendment rhetoric?

  • DogByte6RER

    Only the liberal fascists that compose the Democrat Party could make the 3rd Amendment relevant to modern and daily lives again …

  • Raconteur

    So instead of having 5-10K armed Americans peacefully assemble on the Capitol grounds and nearby area, Northam wants them parading uncontrolled throughout Richmond. OK. What can possibly go wrong?

  • sigofmugmort

    Knowing (and related to) a few gun owners in Virginia, their reply would be “you are going to pay me to stay in my own house? OK”. Guess how many of the NG are gun owners.

  • Polly Cy

    I want to laugh but it’s too doggoned depressing. Many if not most of my students DID get their “knowledge” of history from popular culture, especially movies and tv shows (don’t get me started on the Kennedy assassination), and these were often poli sci majors and soph/junior level courses.

    True, I miss my students more than my colleagues since retiring, but I don’t miss that. I always started the first classes of the semester by telling them they weren’t unintelligent, but they were uneducated, and to expect heavy doses of history mixed in with the theory. There were always a few who were willing if not eager to correct that.

  • Bill G

    A nasty-minded person would be wondering how many agents provocateur are in place, and what Soros has paid them to do.
    Not me, of course.

  • eon

    Someone needs to explain to Ralphie the concept of “When you’re in a hole, stop digging”.

    clear ether

    eon

    • Pamela

      Not until he’s 6 feet down

      • GWB

        And the hole is being refilled from above.

  • PCChaos

    I’m with Bill G. It’s not the law abiding folks who are going to cause a ruckus. It’ll be those folks from outside the area sent to do the Emperor’s bidding (think that eerie bad guy in Star Wars – Soros). Patience will be required but turning the other cheek means you’ve already been punched once and that just can’t do if you plan on winning a fight.

  • Craig

    This is a really good strip. Thanks.

    • JTC

      Yeah, that last “whereas” is a biggie ain’t it?

      Asking permission for secession won’t work, as evidenced 225 and 150 years ago. New states and nations are bought with blood and sacrifice. It may come to that.

      Mighty white of W.Va. to offer though.

    • Doggo

      Go West Virginia! My great-great-grandfather lived in 2 states and 4 counties, but he never moved off his farm. It can be done!

    • eon

      I figured that would be next.

      Followed by martial law, most likely.

      “The peasants are revolting!”

      “Yeah, and they’re daring to disagree with us, too!”

      clear ether

      eon

    • NotYetInACamp

      Governor Ralph Northam has engaged in credible threats of violence surrounding the event.

  • I wonder how many DbD readers watched West Wing? I didn’t, so the reference is lost on me.

  • Punta Gorda

    “Right to peaceably assemble”

    I guess he plans on making sure there is violence.

    I smell a false flag event in the making.

    • From the declaration:
      “Law enforcement intelligence analysts have identified credible threats of violence surrounding the event, along with white nationalist rhetoric and plans by out-of-state militia groups to attend.”

      Add in the Confederate statues and a Proud Boys appearance and the national media crews will be there for a week.

      Given Charlottesville, maybe he should ban driving in the capitol as well.

    • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

      That’s what Matt Bracken has been saying in his “Buffalo Jump” essay.

  • Both the dildocrats and Bloomie’s Mom’s are beating the Charlottesville, white separatist meme, with the help (of course) of the lame-stream media. The cheating, lying and slander are strong with these Ass-Hats….

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