Day By Day


  • syvyn11

    To be Damon’s hand for two minutes.

    • Chris Muir

      Winner of the day.

      • Swansonic

        Be sure of what he is spanking……

  • formwiz


  • NotYetInACamp

    A loving exchange of opinions. I can’t beat the first comment. K.

    • Pamela

      Will he kiss her boo-boos and make them better?

      • NotYetInACamp

        I sure hope so. I would. 🙂

        • Pamela

          Back when I was a girl, and no I never wore braids, young ladies were always told to keep knees together, and that kissing would lead to other temptations of the flesh. Maybe Chris could educate us on those temptations in pictorial form.

          • NotYetInACamp


      • jackdeth72


        “Hammina. Hammina. Hammina!”

        *Jackle Gleason*

        • JSStryker

          “I’ll be in my bunk”

  • JTC

    So, if the instigators in mommy’s party had asses like that, there’d be no shortage of willing -anxious!- spankers, and all our problems would be solved.

    But we all know the truth and the nature of those actual asses, don’t we?

    So let’s not think about this as a metaphor, and just focus on that hot red pantyless ass right there in that ‘toon. Damn.

    • Old Codger

      Simple solution to both the NATO and the UN problems. GET THE F**k OUT OF BOTH! And give the UN 90 days to vacate before the wrecking balls start swinging. It is past time the U.S. stopped trying to be the world’s policemen and get back to providing for the common defense, ensuring domestic tranquility and securing the blessings of liberty for ourselves and our posterity.

      Time to go into rattler mode. A rattler is a simple creature; if you don’t bother him, he won’t bother you. If you bother him, he’ll warn you. If you don’t heed the warning, he WILL make sure you regret it! Just think of our nuclear arsenal as our bite. We need to pull all the troops we have garrisoned around the world back home, ready to repel those who would violate our borders.

      How about this for a slogan: “You violate our borders and we will violate you!”

      • Kafiroon

        Works for me. But(t) Um… anyway. I tend to be a grouchy old fart and mainly prefer “Kill them all and let God sort them out.”

      • JTC

        Why leave them if you can own them, OC?

        I think DT sees the global cascade for what it is, and so do some of the “leaders”, that is exactly what handing over this bill to Merk was about.

        Mexico *will* pay for the wall (in both its concrete and virtual forms) on way or the other. And Eurotrash will pay its arrears and its dues going forward or there won’t be any forward for them.

        The world is under siege by muzzie jihad and the best way to stop them is to kill them in their own nests…bombs and missles launched from sea and air, not bullets in our train stations and on our street corners, and rattlers are deadly but only have a range of a few feet.

        That campaign is ungodly expensive, and I will pay my share gladly as Donald repurposes budget dollars to the cause. But those nations who are on the front lines and are experiencing the effects of their own open border stupidity but who are fast realizing the error of their ways and what the future holds, must pay their share too…and they will or else.

        America will once again save their asses, but this time we will own their asses too. That’s the art of that deal, take it or leave it.

      • So, you want to abandon Japan, now facing a very real threat from that Fat Bastard in North Korea whose missile experiments are proving fruitful?

        It won’t be long before The Toad actually has a nuke warhead and a missile to carry it. Are you just going to leave Japan high and dry? And South Korea?

        • JTC

          Show me where I said that, De?

          But now that you mention it, where did we sign on to sacrifice our troops and treasure to be the guardian of ultra-rich others?

          As I said at the bottom, we’ll save their asses again, but this time it’s pay to play.

          As for the little Loco NoKo, I guarantee you he will be on the receiving end of a tactical nuke before his fat fingers get close to the button, I’m thinking sooner rather than later.

          • Chris Muir

            I like this version of Pay to Play.

  • KenH


  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Yeah…..there’s a not a few Libtard asses I’d love to spank……with a cricket bat……but for humanity’s sake, KEEP ‘EM COVERED!!!!!

    • Dave P.

      Lena Dunham?

    • JSStryker

      I’d like to start paddling their asses starting at their foreheads!

      • MasterDiver

        Put San Fran Nan at the front of that line!

        Zar Belk!

  • Pamela

    Damon must be a John Wayne fan. Though Jan doesn’t remind me of Maureen O’Hara.

    • Fox2!

      Supposedly, the only people who know what O’Hara said to Wayne at the end of that movie were the tow of them, and Ford.

      • Fox2!

        tow== two

      • The 300

        That’s Quiet Man. The Duke didn’t spank Maureen O’Hara in that one. He dragged her for a while and kicked her once in the butt.

          • jackdeth72

            Quite right, Ken:

            Also. A non John Ford directed film.

          • The 300

            But Fox2! is referring to the very end of Quiet Man where O’Hara said something unexpected to Wayne and he reacted. She never revealed what she said to him.

  • Redwards

    You see, the problem is, the Republicans in Washington are pretty much all.wankers, not spankers.

  • Pete231

    The question that must be asked : Will Damon make Jan turn the other cheek ?

  • JTC

    I can imagine this one taking a swat or two at Ivanka’s fine ass…not because she needs but because she “needs” it, and just for fun.

    Looks like a young Bibi doesn’t he? Let’s hope the resemblance is more than skin deep. And seriously, I like this move a lot. Out with the dead wood of government and in with young blood and fresh new business ideas and ideals.

    Nepotism, schnepotism…just get the job done.

    • Hell. To. The. Yes.

  • David E

    Very nice sir, more of that.

  • I’d be glad to kiss it and make it better. *AHEM* But, as for The Donald, I’m quite sure there is something up his sleeve. The deal ain’t done yet.

  • Bill G

    Well, that part’s not in my game, but the kiss-and-make-better? Oh, yeah…
    (Dream on, fool)
    What’s next in D.C.? I dunno, but a number of folks are pointing out that there is a copy of a 2015 repeal Bill that passed both houses sitting in committee right now.

  • tomstockton


    I’m not normally into the whole spanking thing… but DAMN! That is HOT!!

    Tom Stockton

  • Nexus974

    This needs to happen to Skye

    • PaulS

      Wear gloves and goggles.

      • MasterDiver

        And HAZMAT Level-B splash protection, with a full DECON line ready.

        Zar Belk!

  • RooftopVoter

    Amen, we said REPEAL, not repeal and replace.

    Better learn that lesson FAST.

  • WayneM

    I’m a big fan of the harm principle but it doesn’t seem like there’s any real harm going on here…

  • Pecan Scandi

    Damon made a quick change of shirts for some reason. Not that I noticed until the 4th time “reading” the last panel. G’morning from the PNW.

    • Because he’s imagining it

      • NotYetInACamp

        I just now noticed that and the sheriff’s star on the shirt. 😉
        Well. We all have our priorities.

      • Pamela

        I can imagine a great many scenarios …

  • Spin Drift

    Have to change the end game they were gunning for, aka single payer (us). The pivot to tax reform is to save the economy before the banksters can bring the house down. (Side note, I believe that Kennedy was killed to keep him form pushing the Fed out of our monetary system.) The Big D is going to get close to that position.

    The tools in the left will howl rapacious murder at the cuts to entitlements, self serving programs and entrenched parasitic bureaucrats. (And what did they do to be entitled to anything I worked for?)

    Stay strong, support the changes that have to be made, support those affected with compassion and a hand up not a hand out, stay the course and make America the shining city on the hill.

    Pull the pin and spank the girls and marvel at the wisdom of these pearls.

  • Oliver Heaviside

    It would be interesting to see the exact text of a repeal bill. Would repeal mean current health insurance, purchased willingly but technically because it is mandated, be invalid? Lots of folks wouldn’t like that…

    • JTC

      Insurance, sans subsidy (rob me to pay thee) and without unprofitable/unsustainable provisions such as unrestricted acceptance of pre-existing conditions, would be available on the open market as always.

      The key is the profitability part; if actuaries don’t see the numbers coming together they won’t sell the product just like any merchant or provider. Once gov is out of the equation (not just o-care but Medicaid and other entitlements) and hospitals/doctors can price their product based on actual transparent cost and margin, that’s what the price of insurance would be based on. Then the medical community and we as a free and caring society can decide to what extent we choose to contribute to the welfare and charity of others…choice not force.

      It will be a long hard road to get back to there, but that’s how capitalism and the free market works, or is supposed to.

      I’ve said before, this overhaul has to happen from the bottom up based on selling a desireable product at a mutually agreeable price between two parties, seller and buyer, third party mandates (force under color of law and at the point of a gun) need not apply.

      • John

        In case you hadn’t noticed, the long hard road is followed by free enterprise.
        The Law, on the other hand, is a process of trial and error and is notorious for hanging on to the “error” because the resulting parasites form their own constituency. Such is the case with O-care. It created a new “entitlement” and it will take the destruction of the system to undo the mistake.

        • JTC

          All correct, as I believe I stated. The thorniest problem comes in when those on our side (like Oliver it seems) want to kill it…except maybe for the part they want or need themselves.

          Which is why it can’t be tweaked. Eliminate it in its entirety (along with myriad other “rights”). Gov has no place in them.

          Then as I’ve said, take a page from the Bible (Luke 4:23) and allow physicians et al to heal themselves, then to discover that free market principle don’t exempt them, unless gov exempts it for them, which has ironically inflicted such great pain on us all.

  • Precision 270

    my comment on step two are redacted for the decency of this strip. But suffice it to say, step two would be filling the gap.

  • Halley

    Jan is smart. For how much longer can she remain a Democrat?

    • Pamela

      It’s difficult for some people to admit they have an addiction.
      Jan is going to need to admit she is hooked on an insane and delusional aberration which negates common sense. It is not an easy thing to admit that you have been conned, hoodwinked and bamboozled.

      • John

        Even if it is only to one’s self.
        I often wonder if the real meaning of the term “Original Sin” it the ability to lie to yourself.
        It would explain where all the other sins come from.

        • Pamela

          Whether the Sin be Mortal, Grave, Capital or Venial in origin, the swamp is a daily reminder on how it can flourish with reckless abandon.

  • NaCly Dog


  • Kevin M

    Hands down (pun) the bestestest DBD in the ENTIRE series!!!!!



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