Day By Day

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  • Henry

    Guillotines. They forgot guillotines.

    • Steve Peterson

      And pitchforks, torches

      • MasterDiver

        And chains, steel cable, piano wire…

        Zar Belk!

  • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

    Just try and seize all the rope, tar, and feathers.
    I double-dog dare ya.
    I guar-an-damn-tee that if you try, you’ll be wearing any and all combinations of the three.

    • Steve

      Meh … if they seize all the rope, tar, and feathers, you’ll just have to use cyanoacrylate glue and confetti …

  • JTC

    Nice two-fer Chris, thanks.

    So they got the message in Richmond…did they back down by their own volition or by word from their handlers worried about November?

    Looks like Skye still hasn’t gotten the message at all, and there are many like her.

    • John

      Self-perpetuated brainwashing is a hard bubble to break.

    • It appears Dem Virginia Politicos decided to kick the can to the other side of the upcoming election. They still owe Soros and Blooming Bird for the results they’ve paid for. Unfortunately this isn’t over.

      • It is if the electorate gets off their ass, and remembering, pulls the handles.

  • Jim

    I think it was the puported hillbillies swapping high fives with Black Panthers that did the trick

  • Helatu

    With tar and feather you need to apply FIRE.

  • Bill G

    Did some few remember “Sic Semper Tyrannis”, or perhaps was it “Mene, Mene, Tekel, Upharsin” they’re thinking of? People Control Laws become a poison pill when enough of the people have their noses rubbed in what the left wants, and some of the Virginia lefties may be remembering times when that was shown and the whole party backed off of the issue.

  • TOXIC DASTARDLY DAN

    I think they meant in the interest of the publicans.
    Publican – collector of taxes

  • eon

    When a government official invokes “public safety” today, the actual meaning is “to keep the government-ourselves- safe from the public”.

    Just as those who invoke “social justice” are not interested in “justice”- just having a weapon to use against people they don’t like.

    clear ether

    eon

  • Punta Gorda

    I repeat a disappear comment…

    Skye appears to be rode hard and put up wet…

    • Kafiroon

      I Didn’t.
      Hit Previous Post.
      Maybe Chris has a Motherboard problem.

      • Kafiroon

        “IT”
        dang it! First coffee. Need More.

      • WayneM

        I though my comment was gone too. Turns out it got caught by the motherboard issue. lol

    • Henry

      It didn’t disappear. For some reason I don’t understand, there were two postings Tuesday, one with only the first strip, and one with two strips. Your comment is still there on the other one.

  • Pamela

    COFFEE! Mmm.
    Too bad they can’t become permanent gaspers. They seem to take much pleasure in inflicting pain.

  • Drew458

    Skye doesn’t seem to have the grey matter necessary for the information age. Maybe mini-mike can teach her how to farm?

    Not sure how you’d do beta test on a motherboard, other than give your development machine to someone else to work on. Alpha test, maybe that’s a different story. Beta test is outsourced stuff, pretty much by definition, even if using Team Viewer and Android Studio, etc. Just picking tech-nits.

  • Roland Deschain

    We need to bring back tar and feathering, or a modern substitute. We have to get out “public servants” back to serving us instead of their greedy selves. I know, fat chance.
    I think Trump has discovered just how large the swamp really is.

    • Jefferson A Selvy

      I would like a constitutional amendment. Proposed:
      The use of it attempted use of elected or appointed office to infringe upon the liberties of any citizen shall be a capital offence with the singular penalty of death. There shall be no preference as to whether this penalty is exacted by the citizen or the state.

      Thoughts?

  • John

    It isn’t so much how large it is but how pervasive.
    Shrinking government overall would be a good start, but there needs to be a systemic means of limiting the ambitions of the denizens of said Swamp to the scope of their immediate designated function. This is a truly Herculean task since bureaucrats seem to be fixated on expanding their power and territory even at the expense of their statutory obligations.
    Perhaps we should just restrict the bureaucracy to writing contracts and farm out the functions themselves.

  • Not if the 90 out of 95 counties vote them out. Or is it 91?

  • James F Gemind

    Too Late, Mother(Children Present!)…:)

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