Day By Day


  • Too Tall

    REMFs = Progtard DildoCrats = toxic to civilization.

    Pretty much sums up the universe.

    • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

      Hey! Hey! Hey! Watch that use of terminology! Don’t be abusing military language by mixing it with civilian insults.
      I was REMF (Rear Echalon MotherF****er). I was even a POG (Person Other than Grunt). SOMEONE had to “be in the rear with the gear” to fix what the grunts and legs (infantry), DATs and CDATs (Computerized Dumb Ass Tankers), and gun bunnies (field artillery) broke on a constant and regular basis. One of our mottos was, “You can talk about us, but you can’t talk without us.”
      You may call me many things. I will usually smile and laugh right along with you. But when you combine and imply that one of the slang military titles of my honorable profession is the same as a FSA Leftist Libtard, then I take insult.
      The last two terms you listed, I agree, DO belong together like rats and arsenic. But please retract that first term.
      Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman
      SSG (Ret), US Army

  • Jim

    Reminds me of Ringo’s discussion of FBI agents in the field vs. office in “Queen of Wands.”
    “Suits were the upper echelon. … Too many, though, were overgrown Belts. A Belt was like a Chairborne Commando in the Army. They were the agents who had somehow managed to never work outside the Beltway…. They had no field experience other than an initial tour. But my God, did they know how to run an investigation….They were investigating supermen…You clearly got the impression that the FBI director did not (defecate) without their fully prepared Action Report on (Defecating) Methodology. And make sure that form 493-628-QX is filled out fully.”

    • eon

      Or as we used to call them when we were compelled to “cooperate” with them in an investigation, JABASATFO.

      Just A Bunch of Assholes Sitting Around A Table F**king Off.

      To them, an investigation was defined as endless meetings in which they would lecture us unenlightened rubes from outside the Beltway on how superior to us they were.

      Invariably, in the end press briefings were much more important than warrant executions. Actually arresting the suspect didn’t matter as much as a public announcement that a “subject was about to be taken into custody”.

      The ultimate “fun” was when the Behavioral Analysis Unit brought their dog and pony show to town. No matter what the crime, their “suspect profile” was always a white male in the 20 to 30 age group, unmarried, living at home with Mom, with a low-paying job and a gun collection. Every. Single. Time.

      Note that the Behavioral Analysis Unit was originally called the Behavioral Science Unit until they realized that “BSU” could have a second, more scatological meaning.

      There’s a reason that we have called the FBI the Fumbling Bunch of Idiots for decades. And that’s the polite version.

      clear ether


  • WayneM

    The main reason why Trudeau got re-elected was (aside from extreme media bias) because the Conservative leader Andrew Scheer was/is a CINO… Most of the policies he put forward were liberal, not conservative. He responded poorly to the constant “gotcha” questions from the media.

    Despite his poor performance, the Conservatives won the meaningless popular vote but lost the election.

    Trudeau’s Liberals were reduced to a minority government.. one of the “features” of a multi=party system… so he must get cooperation from other parties in order to pass legislation. Unfortunately the New Democratic Party and Green Party are both as “progressive” as the Liberals… so getting extra voters isn’t that hard.

    We don’t have a fixed election scheduled like the US system. Trudeau’s minority government could fall if he fails on any legislation of substance. All budget bills are of substance. So Trudeau will be cooperating with the other leftards to spend even more money.

    I’m actually starting to wonder how long before Canada becomes insolvent.

    • eon

      And now, the U.S. news media are swooning over Buttheadigieg because he’s young and attractive like Trudeau and Macron. They literally say he looks like what a President should look like.

      Who cares that he’s the semi-competent mayor of a medium-sized town, with a set of psychoses that that would make Hitler green with envy? (And I’m not referring to his “sexual orientation”, either.)

      The problem is not that the “progressive left” here and elsewhere has somehow morphed into an arugula-eating version of fascism.

      It’s that there was never any noticeable difference from the beginning.

      clear ether


      • interventor

        Mayor Pete’s no longer the mayor. That he fired both the police chief and fire chief were used against him — both black.

      • Kafiroon

        You called it.
        Buttgiggiy IS BS Unlimited.
        Baffle them with Boolshite.

      • Norm

        What! Me worry?

      • WayneM

        Zoolander and Bootyjudge have another thing in common. When they speak, it is typically in prepared talking points & platitudes. If they go off script, intelligibility degrades quickly.

    • Grumps

      Wayne, you forgot to mention our Bloc Quebecois separatist party that also holds enough seats to prop up a Liberal minority.
      Quebec has long been a blight on Canada’s nationalism by holding more seats than population density would provide through a clause in the Canadian Constitution. They use this power as a blunt weapon to get more than their share.
      We will see many votes on bills that are propped with the Bloc getting a 3 for 1 deal. I’ll support this, but you must support these bills.

      Currently Canada is facing another revolt by our phony indigenous protesters. Most are not indigenous but are out to commit Canada to the bankruptcy state faster then we were going on our own.

      Many, many stupid things happening under Zoolander, the least of which is blackface.

      • NotYetInACamp

        Quebecois should have been confined to Quebec.
        You should have let them go, They have acted to destroy Canada as the Democrats have acted to destroy the USA.
        And by themselves the damage would have been confined, and they might have been fun to visit now and again.
        Less damage would have been done if the damage was limited to Quebec.

  • The swamp may live in DC, but it draws it’s strength from the cities. This upcoming election will tell if Trump is successful in converting any or many of the cities. Cows don’t vote and the population and wealth of the cities outweigh the country. Who knows where suburbia will go.

  • Hotrod Lincoln

    It looks like the revolution that’s brewing will be urban VS rural- – – – -consumers VS producers. Where is the electricity produced; where does the food get grown, and where do the city dwellers go to sleep? Once the grocery store shelves go bare, McDonald’s runs out of burgers, the lights go out, and the gas stations run dry, either in the dead of winter or during a midsummer heat wave, the cities will consume themselves in an orgy of anarchy. Those of us 20 miles from the nearest town won’t have to fire a shot, except maybe to snipe the occasional marauding refugee from the big towns. Meanwhile, my neighbors and I will simply select a healthy steer from the herd, make half a ton of beef jerky that will keep without refrigeration, and either stoke the wood stove or head for the creek to cool off, depending on which season the balloon goes up!

    • interventor

      Mao’s strategy was to isolate the cities from the rural areas. No rice, quick surrender.

  • Henry

    As long as you don’t make the mistake of assuming that because someone is in the field, he is a patriot. The CHiPS who confiscated guns after Katrina were in the field. The BATF directors who managed both Showtime and Fast and Furious were in the field.

    • JTC

      Those in the field didn’t issue those orders. Far from patriots, more like programmed humanoids who blindly follow orders and are prone stupid human tricks.; dangerous as fuck.

      Still, the danger is top-down. If we don’t take control of that programming the chain of command and the field war are irrelevant.
      It’s almost like the cold war US versus Communism. Oh wait…

      • pyrodice

        Doesn’t matter. “We were only following orders” still makes you a nazi.

  • Pamela

    For the Left it’s either breed them out or starve them out. Rat Bastages.
    Wonder what would happen if some REALLY Hungry Kittiez were turned looses on all the rats and vermin in DC.

    • eon

      Right second time. “Shut up or get squashed, you redneck peasants in Flyover Country”.

      Not much subtlety, really.

      clear ether


  • Hotrod Lincoln

    It sounds like those drivers need some 230 grain counseling!

  • Shonkin

    ABDC? Alaska Business Development Center?

    About the Canadian government imbalance: The Western Provinces have been advocating for a Triple E Senate, i.e., Elected, Equal, and Effective. The present Canadian Senate’s members are appointed by the Governor-General as dictated by the PM, are mostly from Ontario and Quebec, and are completely ineffective (never contradicting the House of Commons). If each Province had the same number of Senators, and if they were elected rather than appointed, Canada would be a lot less screwy.


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