Day By Day


  • JTC

    “How many are in there…”

    Depends. That a limo or a hearse?

    • JTC

      Yeah I knew that from the set-up. If all the capitol clowns are in there, it’s going to take a while.

      Not as long as counting the stiffs in her hearse though.

      • NotYetInACamp

        I believe they use a car trap door there to connect to the bowels of the Swamp. A close to infinite number of clowns (Swamp creatures) could be belched forth from the decadence. Ew.

    • JSStryker

      The clown car carrying the freak show…shudder.

  • KenH

    Just toss in a satchel charge, and DETONATE The scattered body parts will be hilarious on their own

  • Caved1ver01

    Interesting. It’s apparently an open secret that Hillary Clinton engaged in affairs behind Bill Clinton’s back, e.g., family friend Webster Hubbell, which resulted in Rodham committing one of the most disgusting forms of sexual misconduct: paternity fraud. Of course Bill Clinton had raise Web Hubbell’s daughter, Chelsea, in order to save political face:

    Why is no one addressing a female-specific sexual abuse?

  • Caved1ver01

    Perhaps the US should institute mandatory paternity testing in order to identify those US citizens who are guilty of widespread sexual misconduct- starting with paternity testing the children of ALL female congressional members?

    • Tom Z.

      To do this you would have to eliminate the fourth and fifth amendments to the US Constitution.

  • WayneM

    Some people seem to think clowns are funny. I don’t think so… Creepy as hell…

    • eon

      Clowns are the “descendants” of the medieval court jester. One form of this was the commedia del arte’ character of Harlequin, who was in reality a demon or Lucifer himself in disguise.

      Lesser known but more seductive was Arlequin, the female version of Harlequin. Harley Quinn in the Batman comics (in her skintight red and black bodysuit and mask, not the later debauched Japanese schoolgirl look) was a classic Arlequin- right down to her lethality.

      Neither one was exactly “nice to know”.

      clear ether


  • Pete231

    The problem with the scattered body parts is that they have a bad habit of reassembling themselves like Robt. Patrick did as the cop in Terminator II. My plan would be to gather up all the detritus, load it into a surplus Saturn rocket, and then fire it off into the Sun. That’s the only way to be sure, especially when it involves the Hildebeast……….

    • Too Tall

      Felonia Von Pansuit? What do you have against the Sun? Besides, it might collapse into a black hole.

      • JackDeth 72

        Hillary thinks she’s either Audrey Hepburn…

        Or Ilse Braun behind those Foster Grants,

  • Pamela

    ICK!! Who has the decontamination contract for the vehicles …especially after Bill needs a road trip.

    • Ozymandius

      Dow Chemical. I think you’d need something like napalm for that.

      • JackDeth 72

        “Dow Chemical….

        The makers of Napalm. Who puts the “fire” into “firepower’!”

        *Dan Rowan’s General “Bull” Right: “The Rowan & Martin Laugh-In;*

  • Yep, clown car and clorox.

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      “I’m melting, I’m melting, my beautiful wickedness is melting.”

  • Bill G

    More and more often I’m recalling Beetle Bailey, and his serving at Camp Swampy.

    • JackDeth 72

      Don’t forget Sergeant Orville Snorkle. His dog, Otto and Ms, nee Miss Buxley.

  • Randy

    Brilliant Sir! Simply Brilliant!

  • JackDeth 72

    Nice play on Hugh Jackman’s upcoming P.T. Barnum Bio~Pic, Mr. Muir.

    Though Stacy Keach was pretty awesome in the role onstage back in the 1980s.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Reminds me of an old non-PC joke from my childhood, that I will not repeat here. Even I blush at the recalling of it. And not because of sex.