Day By Day

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  • Pamela

    Somebody get the staple gun before the mcconnell creature unleashes his tongue…

  • formwiz

    Sam does the Spartan gear a lot better than Leonidas.

    • Ed

      There’s a young lady named Leonidas that works in a store where I shop occasionally that would rock that look. Sam is one of a kind, though.

    • John M

      Definitely – if the Spartans had all looked like that, the battle would have been over before it started!!!

    • billf

      OK,now I gotta ask,if Sam wore the Spartan mask ( and nothing else) would we still be able to see her red hair?
      I’m having a day dream….

      • John M

        Yes.
        Go back through the strips for a couple of months…

  • spin drift

    Molon Labe!

    Hold Fast

    Spin Drift

    • B Woodman

      Or should that be “Molon Labia” (ducks for cover)

      • Chris Muir

        I’ll admit I laughed at that.

        • B Woodman

          High praise indeed. Thank you. And, you’re welcome.

        • RegT

          Funny. No one laughed when I wrote molon labia a month or two back.

          • Chris Muir

            🙂

        • Oliver Heaviside

          Hmmm…. “molon labia” translates as forceps or pinchers. We may wanna reconsider. OTOH, maybe there’s a strip idea there Chris, in which case you are welcome!

      • Ed

        Ever so well done!

  • JTC

    “…the Department of Homeland Security…was praised by CAIR for identifying “right-wing sovereign citizen extremist groups,” not Islamic terrorism, as the prime terrorist threat facing the United States…and using law enforcement to demonize ordinary American citizens as national security threats.”

    That right there is directed straight at you and me, boys and girls, and is some bone-chilling shit.

  • B Woodman

    ANd what role would you have “Crybaby Boner” playing in all this? Another Good-Ol’-Boy-Country-Club-RINO (PTU! PTU!) equally as culpable as any DemonRat in selling the Republic over to the muzzies.

  • These are beautifully done and so politically relevant… for the whole world.
    Obama is a SNAKE.

    • Crotalus

      Oh, here we go again, insulting snakes!

  • B Woodman

    “The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam!”

    Tell that to Pamela Geller, those who participated in the “Jihad Watch Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest”, and the two dead muzzies who unsuccessfully attempted to forcefully stop free speech (may their names be forever forgotten).

    • Pamela

      They forgot an immutable law of never make a red headed woman angry.
      AKA Never piss off a redhead.
      Really Bad JuJu aimed at the perps

      • Kip Allen

        My late wife was a redhead. Boy, did i learn the lesson about not pissing them off!

      • My wife is a redhead. I have learned that lesson well — in the school of hard knocks!

    • Iconoclast

      Searching on the quote led me to the source, of which I was – until now – unaware. Thanks for posting it; I have some new reading material, as unpleasant as it may be.

    • Unca Walt

      My wife is a redhead. After 54 years of marriage, I have learned to read her mood by looking at her hands.

      If they are holding a gun… she’s pissed off.

  • canuck49

    I’m glad to see that Red is back!

  • Uffdaphil

    “The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam!”

    Right on. It must belong to those who proclaim the truth about the meglo-maniac pedophile. Slander could only improve the creep’s rep.

  • Calvin

    Please put the eye patch once more…

  • Calvin

    Seriously, it seems that the staunchest and most vocal defenders of liberty against radical Islam are women….and with good reason.

    • GWB

      *Some* women. Some would bow before islam simply to enlist its aid in destroying that which it loathes – Western Civilization.

      (They just *know* that after that destroying is done, they’ll be the sort to turn out on top. They aren’t terribly good long-range thinkers.)

      • Gyro

        In the late 70s, Iranian communists thought that they could use the mullahs to overthrow the Shah, after which they would liquidate them in the standard revolutionary model that commies had used since 1917 in Russia, China, Yugoslavia, Vietnam and N. Korea. They found out that 7th century mullahs were more ruthless than 20th century communists.

  • Blue Quasar

    When Democrat leaders love their children more than they hate America things may change.

    Until that time it is war open or war understood.

    • B Woodman

      Nice Golda Meir reference.

  • Bill G

    What words or images could be more slanderous than the acts of islam’s believers?

  • Pamela

    Every era has their own version of Demon spawn.
    Hitler, Mao, Stalin, Ho Chi Minh, Khemer Rouge, Idi Amin, the list goes on.
    The current version is on a genocide mission to kill. Forget conversion.

  • Paladin

    One of these days your going to get me “busted” here at work Chris. I open DbD 1st thing in the morning when I log on. The company PC police are …everywhere.

    • Insomniac

      Just getting caught reading DbD would be deemed a microaggression. Today’s would be more of a macroaggression, IYKWIM.

      • B Woodman

        I’ll try real HARD not to macro aggress Sam, but it will be difficult. (’nuff said, before Zed comes after me)

    • Chris Muir

      check the dbd FB page first-I always say NSFW there if so.:)

      • TheOldman

        Our company is maximum non-PC, encourages NSFW, and our motto is “the only good self-described ‘progressive’ is one that glows in the dark” and we have no HR dept. Heck it’s just us two old dudes here ranting about commies, socialists, pinkos, liberals, whiny unemployable post-industrial critical feminist poetry majors, oops got on a roll here need to reel it back in.

        • Chris Muir

          hmmm…

        • billf

          Are you hiring?Where do I sign?

      • One of the perks of retirement is the freedom to ignore PC. That puts the “golden” into the years of seniority.

        • John M

          Right – the only PC I know is the one sitting on my desk!

      • Paladin

        Sorry, I don’t do Facebook. It usually early enough when I come in. Thanks!

  • Spin Drift

    Yo, Barry, you sackless excuse of a leader of the free world, my future belongs to me and I choose to slander the profit. How much have you made off the backs of your brethren? Ferguson, Baltimore stoke the fires of unrest in the black community, Waco calls alarm to the most feared bikers and when the tinder box explodes do you wait for the hue and cry of the lambs for you to come save them?

    This will be the summer of our discontent but do not believe that it will pass in one fell swoop that all our chickadees will fall. I walk among the next generation and in their media accessed little hearts is an uprising against the message makers.

    Their minds were steeled by purple dinosaurs and tubbies of telly. They developed finely tuned BS meters by their primary years and have the cynics eye to all. Try pissing on their backs and tell them it’s raining. Their power is rising and the voice they find will be that of Patrick Henry “Give me liberty or give me Death.”

    Hold Fast

    Spin Drift

    • JTC

      Next gen will save the world? Hope you’re right; I mostly see otherwise.

      But I’m no one to talk, my parents’ “greatest generation” saved it and my “boomer” gen has well and truly fucked it up. Time will tell if the damage can be undone, and I do not envy the young ones the task that lies ahead; God and Patrick Henry be with them.

      • I think you nailed it, JTC. I’m part of the generation in between the “greatest” and the “boomers”. I was born in 1942 in Nazi-occupied Poland — not a good time for Jews.

        • JTC

          Not a good time for anyone, TBH…but your formative years late 40’s-early 60’s were some of the best in the history of the world if you were lucky enough to be, or become, a free American.

          And being born in ’54 and in spite of the turmoil of the later 60’s and 70’s, my early years were good and personally productive too…both of us can thank the “greatest” for that.

          It seems so pathetic and ungrateful that we in our administrative years mishandled things so badly -even after the Reagan Revolution gave us a second chance- and allowed it come to where we are now.

          My greatest wish is that Spin Drift is right and my childrens’ and grandchildrens’ generations will see the path to destruction for what it is in time to alter it, and my greatest regret is leaving them with that terrible task.

          • My parents and I (Holocaust survivors) came to America in 1949. I remember my years in the 1950s with fondness. We became American citizens in 1955. I grew up in Hicksville, NY (yes, I went to the same High School as Billy Joel).

            I didn’t enjoy the 1960s as much, however. I was a bit too old to be a hippie, and I resented them for being a nuisance at Columbia University when I was in grad school.

            I have 2 sons and 3 granddaughters. And, like you, I worry about their futures. I pray that we don’t have to endure a Hillary Administration in the wake of Obama’s. That, I fear, will be a disaster for all Americans.

  • Oliver Heaviside

    The PC police got me, at General Electric. Not over DBD, but similar trifles. I was told wearing a hat was “intimidating”. Some days it’s cold even here in sunny California…. be careful!

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