Day By Day


  • WayneM

    The fun part is when folks defend the Hildebeast and laud her experience.

    Kind of like putting the fox in charge of the henhouse due to the fox’s extensive experience with chickens.

    • CB

      Well said!!

  • KenH

    Defending a rape-enabling scumbag bitch who accessory to multiple homicides. It’s gonna be such fun.

    Personally , I hoping for a Black Swan event
    On Her

  • JTC

    The insider out.

    The outsider in.

    Sounds like a plan.

  • NotYetInACamp

    Hillary is complicet with Obama, Soros, US NGO’s, Zuckerberg I heard, and others in the genocide in North Africa, libya individually, the Middle East, Syrai and Iraq individually, and the genocide of Europeans from an invading Hijrah jihad army come to do as the one and only Islam (as PM Erdogan (sic) of Turkey says) always does since the Sixth Century Anno Dominum.

    Hillary is allied with one of the first enemies of the united States of America, and that enemy is the reason this nation first built a blue water navy to engage that enemy in battle anywhere in the world.

    Hillary Clinton’s experience is one of total failure and evil at every level. that is the Democrat party and progressive way of advancement so often.

    That supposedly good people could even support her shows that most of the USA had been placed in a trance.

    People in this nation had often received good small services from government. We expected the freedom that existed to continue. People still expect it and so many have been conditioned that the cage is freedom.

    many still think that government is still doing good things for us. They do not see the chains. They do not see the bars. They are guided through an Oberton Window that if they venture from it, they are punished in various ways.
    Try to have worked for just about and union and not blindly backed Hillary, Then barrack, then Hillary yet again. You’re fired would never have been heard. You would have just never been hired again. So have people I know experienced union life and being cast out.

    Inside out is where we have to be.

    • PaulS

      Don’t hold back.

      • NotYetInACamp

        The EU high command was complicit also.
        Now they want to regulatory fine any EU nation 260,000 Euros for any “migrant” that any EU country refuses admission into their nation. That “migrant” definition includes known jihad warriors and all else the EU is bringing in to destroy the nations and consolidate their unelected totalitarian power.
        There’s more. But I feel constrained about saying more now.

    • eon

      Keep in mind that she is a moral invert, like the Master or, especially, Sutekh.

      She will deny it all in public. In private, she will look you straight in the eye and say, “Your evil is my good”.

      I’m certain she would fail the Davros Test;

      Doctor: Davros, if you had created a virus in your laboratory, something contagious and infectious that killed on contact, a virus that would destroy all other forms of life, would you allow its use?

      Davros: It is an interesting conjecture.

      Doctor: Would you do it?

      Davros: The only living thing, a microscopic organism reigning supreme… A fascinating idea.

      Doctor: But would you do it?

      Davros: Yes… Yes…

      [raises hand as if holding the metaphorical capsule between thumb and forefingers]

      Davros: To hold in my hand a capsule that contains such power, to know that life and death on such a scale was my choice… To know that the tiny pressure of my thumb, enough to break the glass, would end everything… Yes, I would do it! That power would set me up above the gods! AND THROUGH THE DALEKS, I SHALL HAVE THAT POWER!

      – Doctor Who, “Genesis of the Daleks”, episode 5, 1975.

      In fact, I believe more than half of self-defined “progressives” would fail this test. The ones like Hillary wouldn’t even have to think about it. They would crush the vial instantly, for fear that if they didn’t, someone would take it away from them and snatch Absolute Power from their grasp.

      Yes, megalomania is a form of insanity. So is nihilism.

      Both are her stock in trade. Unfortunately, she’s not alone in that.

      clear ether


      • NotYetInACamp

        That is always a frightening realization to travel through again.

      • MasterDiver

        Actually, I would class the Hildebeast as in the same league as Gharlane of Eddor!

        Zar Belk!

        • H_B

          She’s not nearly that smart or that capable and operator.

          More like Bominger of Radelix.

  • rochester_veteran

    Trump is not the outsider, not by any stretch of the imagination!

    Wake up folks, Trump is playing you for suckers and handing the election to Hillary!

    • Finebammer

      Thank you. Trump is an insider ok. Just on the other side of the cash register.
      As over the years as I have become increasingly dissatisfied w/ the GOP, I completely understand the frustration of the people backing Trump. I hope they get what they think they’re going to. Unfortunately, I’m seeing and hearing the same things I read and heard before Obama was elected.

    • RooftopVoter

      No offense, but Trump is playing no one for a sucker.

      The suckers are those who fall for all the psyops being thrown against Trump.

      And lawdy are they throwing it………….

      • interventor

        On the order of monkeys throwing feces.

    • Erik

      Thank you. Even if one were to believe he’s an outsider, the fact that he has similar or identical positions to Clinton and /or Sanders on wages, health care, trade, free markets, regulation, immigration, authoritarianism, etc. makes him… what kind of alternative, exactly?

      I happen to know a lot of Russians, and the American who support Trump are very similar in their outlook to the Russians who support Putin. Both see the world as overwhelming and want a paternal strongman figure to save them. Guess what, buttercup? Ain’t no politician going to save you. And especially no strongman type. The only strongman I can think of that wasn’t 100% awful was General Augusto “Free Helicopter Rids for Commies” Pinochet.

    • H_B

      Wow, what a bunch of inuendo and double-speak. He doesn’t say the talking points of the people that we’ve elected time and time again that have betrayed us, but he doesn’t trust him as a “true believer”….okay. He’s certain to be dictator and doesn’t believe in the constitution – unlike “roll-over” Paul Ryan. He’s obviously just saying what people want to hear…even though you can go on youtube and see him saying the exact same things he’s running on back in 1991 at a Congressional hearing about the recession.

      The people “telling you what you want to hear” have been the political pundits paid for by Salem Media et al who are now going to lose their gravy train if the GOP Establishment loses power to someone who didn’t come up through their ranks. Pajamas Media included.

    • H_B

      Oh, I forgot to point out his main complaint is that Trump is a “meanie”…unlike those people who got elected to oppose Obama and then never did…

  • The trump has admitted to buying politicians, has a K-Street lobbyist for a campaign manager, just hired a former soros and goldman-sachs employee as his new campaign finance advisor, and yet you’re still falling for the phony “outsider” pretense?

    • eon

      Consider the alternative. Would you rather be ruled by Zaphod Beeblebrox (ex-confidence trickster, spaceship booster, inventor of the Pan-Galactic Gargle Blaster, incredibly bad shot with a Kill-O-Zap Blaster-Ray)- or Davros?

      Which one is more likely to start yelling “EX-TER-MI-NAAAAATTTE!!!” when you least expect it, or want it? (Like “any time”?)

      In that, I believe you will find the answer you seek.

      clear ether


    • NotYetInACamp

      Good points eon.

      Trump met with the current head of the council on foreign relations.
      Afterward he was again attacked for such a meeting.
      Trump told the man that the CFR and him were doing the wrong things. The CFR head said that he would have nothing to do with Trump or something like that. i forgot the words, but the words were not complimenting Trump.
      I have read the CFR publication foreign Affairs since before high school and had a subscription to it for decades. Does that make me a part of the CFR supporters. I can say that when I read it they covered many topics rather thoroughly in their methos. i will also say that I believe that they have made the worst choices for people and nations out of the options presented. All of Donald J Trump’s actions must be evaluated based upon what we see is the right action. He is being constantly evaluated by the people of this nation as to what his effects will be.
      We know whaqt Hillary’s effects will be.
      We hope that the change from the totalitarian politicians will bring back many basic American values used in how we decide the course of the nation. Trump will do well if he listens to the collective voice and indivcidual voices of Americans. We have a chance. (Cue dumb and dumber where Jim cary says to the fox, “So you are saying that I have a chance.” 🙂 ) We have a much greater chance than Jim Cary had. We have no chance with Hillary or the Bern or the RINOs. I have hired people that i would not trust anywhere else, but, they got the job needed done. I mean, if you wanted a gunslinger, would you hire Butch or Sundance? Butch had never shot anyone.
      I used to get naive people into an election to the point where if they wanted to go any further they had to go and actually pay someone and hire them. Some of those hired guns never lied to me (that I know). Their word was their bond in the business with other people that far into it. In certain politics, if you do not have your word, then you are nothing and have nothing. I always was the opposition. I never was paid. I got laws passed for free. I had politicos do my bidding at times, no charge. I was never a part of it. I was always apart. Does that make me an insider?
      I have never set foot in the DC. Buying politicians has various meanings. No bribes were involved if that is what you are thinking. People besides me had to make contributions to talk with people. that is the meaning of buying. Then their staff will consult with them. The full on is past anything Trump has done. That is the Senator Harry Reed school of kicking people off of their land (rights) so that he can use the land in sales and projects sold to foreign corporation.
      Do not take a word used in one contextual meaning and apply it elsewhere where the meaning is different. That is very bad form.

      We will keep looking at Trump to see if we finally have an American working in the office of President of the United States of America again. We shall support his good actions and ideas. The others that may show shall be brought to bear, as they have been so far. Right now we need good enough. To wait for perfection shall leave the enemies of America in power.

  • LifeofTheMind

    Calm down people. Folks are talking about our politicians as if they could be bought. That is completely untrue. Our politicians cannot be bought. Only rented. There now, feel better?

    • B Woodman

      What was that old joke, Will Rogers, I think, “An honest politician is one who, once bought, stays bought.”

      • Tom Z

        I don’t know about Will Rogers, but Robert Heinlein said something like that.
        Part of the “Notebook” sayings in ‘Time Enough For Love’ I believe.

        • Bill G

          Heinlein stated there are two types of politician: the business politician and the reform politician. You can buy the business politician and he’ll stay bought, because that’s his business.
          The reform politician, though, flips any time you convince him that a switch is ‘in the interest of the peepul’. Bring him a shiny new idea and he’ll geek.
          The two we see now are the opposite sides of the same coin; she’s a politician who can be bought and he’s a businessman who’s bought politicians.
          We know how disastrously far left she is; we have no idea if he means anything he’s said while campaigning.

    • NotYetInACamp

      And the problem is that they rent out so cheaply. (Or sell out so cheaply.)
      It’s embarrassing.

      The DC is the center of empire. Cash and look flows in, and the supplicants all come to get the loot. The DC does not produce anything. The DC only splits the spoils stolen.

      • B Woodman

        I think that could be said about any Gubberment, that they don’t produce anything. All Gubberments add cost without adding value.

  • The outside must come in.

  • Ozymandias

    Meet the new boss.. same as the old boss.

    • Finebammer


    • Bill G

      What so many of the far left are salivating over is getting to the part where “They decide and the shotgun sings it’s song”.
      They do want a wall, just not one between here and Mexico.

      • NotYetInACamp

        Having known someone who was living and working in the city at The Rape of Nanking, and, whom his Japanese captors took out of his cell ever day for six months and lined him up at a wall, and then shot dead all of the others at the wall with him, I saw a man who knew the value of never giving up, and the value of keeping the knowledge that they wanted badly to himself. Totalitarians put great value by walls and other means. We lost over 200,000,000 plus humans to government extermination last century. This century it has begun with Saudi, Turkish, European, Islamic, and US government actions and some cooperation across the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, and anywhere in the world open to it. It was all called for the good by many involved. many actions are for the good when looked at in a limited perspective. Evil is often being crushed, but, that is done to engender even more evil. I see but still will never fully accept or be able to ever use the method and value by which I have heard them say that what I understand as evil to me, is good to them.

  • OpenTheDoor

    They must be verry, verry afwaid, the trolls under the Hill are stalking a comic strip.
    Don’t look now but it’s Hildabeast season Daffy, or is that Goofy?

    • NotYetInACamp

      So true. Truth has such power that they will attempt to control it or destroy it wherever it shows itself. The sophistication levels will be high and the shadings and means of inserting doubt will be subtle.
      I say that Murdoch was taken down because he let the comments section on MarketWatch gain such power that it was changing the world, despite it supposedly just being a backwater. PsyOps have many forms.
      yet truth is so powerful that it will defeat them. Whoever “them” is. (This is about where people always give me the All Must Be In Balance crapola.) Watch for trolls. They cloak.

  • Pamela

    Ok. Who’s been playing with the Digital Conveyor ?

    Cleanup on aisle 13. Eww gross.

  • Blue Quasar

    Don’t delude yourself into thinking Trump is an outsider.

    • steveb919

      I don’t care if Trump is mediocre he will be better than any Demoncrap that is in the White House now or could be if Cankles gets in. My thoughts.

  • There are those on the deep inside, and then there are those on the outer edge of the inside. They are at least a litter further to the outside, than those deep insiders. Take any gain you can get. If you don’t, we get a ruthless bitch lording over a totalitarian state, which lords over us. The choice here is not rocket surgery!

  • Bill

    Well at least you didn’t say trump is total outsider. He’s held many of the same positions and operated in the same ways Clinton has during his illustrious business career. Are they different? Sure but he’s a far cry from the difference that we would’ve had with Cruz in there

    • RooftopVoter

      Except Cruz wouldn’t have won.

      It would take exactly 3 minutes to wipe out 15 percent of any support he would have against Hillary………. The first mention of Abortion, and he is toast.

      You have to understand one thing, people don’t vote for policy, they vote against their fears, founded or unfounded.

  • Delilah T.

    Debate all you like.

    The crap that started back in the 1960s before you were born is coming to an end, no matter who wins the election. Shrillary’s only in this to get that slimeball hubby of hers back in the White House, and you know it as well as I do. The bernout is more incompetent than the slacker who’s been in the Oval Office for the past 7 years.

  • JTC

    For those who would continue to chirp “Trump is not an outsider”, it depends on your definition. If it is having held political office, DT is by definition an “outsider”. Of course if we are talking business or high finance, the movers and shakers are the insiders. But that’s different from elected office as it involves kicking, scratching, maneuvering, and convincing others of your abilities…hey wait a minute, where was that out/in line again?

    Still, that’s not the same as being a politician, even if you buy, sell, and own a few along the way. And the experience should come in handy.

    We may be unsure of the outside/inside thing, but I know upside/downside potential when I see it and we know which side the beast would be.

    It’s not really so different is it? Except that the one involves risking your own assets to increase them and the other involves risking OPM to increase theirs…unless we’re talking crooked politics. I guess it comes down to whether you will choose the known thief, killer, liar, vulture or the possible one.

  • Spin Drift

    The question is “What’s next?” I say agitation riots in Cleveland. This allows the progTards to set the playing field and agenda of divisiveness for the national campaign. If I were the Donald, and the rules allowed it. I’d send a surrogate to Cleveland to accept the nomination or do it by satellite. Let them rail against an empty hall. Masada them.

    Be not where they are but be where they are not.
    War Damn Eagle

  • steveb919

    BTW Trump and Cankles are virtually neck in neck in Pennsylvania and Ohio and Trump is ahead in Florida according to a new Quinnipiac poll. Got to have those swing states to win the presidency.

    • steveb919

      Driving the Demoncraps nuts and wondering WTF happened here.

      • steveb919

        Jan has the fastest growing hair on earth.

  • John Greer

    At first I had no use for Trump. He struck me as just another flimflam man.
    But then I noticed something.
    When confronted with constructive criticism he will backpedal and take a more defensible position.
    I think this shows that he may be a political tyro but he is willing to learn.
    Better this than those set in their evil ways.

    • Erik

      Huh. When applied to politicians we don’t like, we call this “flip-flopping.” I don’t care if a politician learns something new, but there has to be a reasonable explanation – delivered explicitly from them – for the change. And I don’t want a politician who’s doing their learning (or honing their pandering, as the two are indistinguishable) in office or on the campaign trail.

      But if hearing happy words you agree with with zero regard for whether or not they are true or heartfelt makes you happy, well, then enjoy i guess. Sucker.

      • JTC

        Speaking of flip-flops, pandering, and suckers, check out this little vid in which the beast goes from hippie “conservative” (ha!) to a bad fake Southern accent a few years later, to the abrasive harpy we all know and hate today:

        Meanwhile, a good looking young Trumps says…”I love America, but I wouldn’t want to be president because I think it’s a mean job”. He’s sure learning how right he was on that last part, and I have become convinced that he really meant the first part.

  • Finebammer

    Ironic, isn’t it? Those who have for years been wailing and bashing teeth about having to hold their noses and vote the lesser of two evils is now advocating we do exactly the same.

    Making sausage.

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