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  • JSStryker

    Amen Zed, Amen!

  • interventor

    The true face of the Democrats is emerging — a skull devoid of flesh or expression. Merely, a visage of decay, death and corruption.

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      Skeletor.

    • PaulS

      Yes, but who does that sort of protesting?
      Me sense false flag opp.

      • Punta Gorda

        Given their reputation, it would not be surprising.

      • NotYetInACamp

        The Miami-Dade County Republican Chairman is a part of this, as per this article and another one I read that identified him in a screen shot. I no longer am recognized on sight by the Miami-Dade County Chairman. I have let them be for a while now. many lightweights and Republicans asked to be removed from a email letter I sent out about the then Miami Dade County Chairman’s monthly luncheon with a speaker. I had included a comic about the Democrat candidate for president, one Barrack Hussein Obama. they ran like roaches from any hint of aggressiveness. I wish I had Chris Muir’s comics to spice upp a few emails. With a link to the sight, of course. The RINO and light weight heads exploding would have been marvelous.
        Marco Rubio spoke just before he announced for the US Senate and after he left the State House as Speaker of the House due to term limits. Jeb was there many times. I think. He is so easy to forget pr not see. Low energy Jeb!

        Finally some balls to do stuff. But they are Cuban, and communists are hated by many down there.
        I tried to spark positive Alinsky type activity in the Republican Party. It did not work.
        The Democrats, of whom I knew many politicians and party leaders from around town growing up there and from political meetings. got along with me fine. We knew that we pposed each other on most everything. But we also could find common ground on some good ideas and legislation. That was before the time of Debbi Wassermann-Schultz, and the traitors taking over much of the leadership of the Democrat Party.

        Jeb Bush once held the position of Dade County Republican Party Chairman.

        I consider getting active against women who called for action, and even violence was called for by many Democrats, against these Republicans, to be a fair and small return of the favors they show. Republicans. Doing good street work is difficult because all of the people involved must know your rules and be able to control themselves and keep within certain limits, unless the other side takes it too far. then only proper defensive actions must be taken in order to maintain the moral high ground.
        It was not a false flag, I believe. Just hate of Communist by local Cuban -Americans.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Chris, I know you like the puns (and I enjoy them too), but, really, defaming an iconic American musical art form?

  • Pamela

    Even if they were mainlining little blue pills, they’d be ineffective.
    And that’s the females. Might explain the constant waxing…
    Mean. Nasty. Harpies. Wraiths. Slavers Spawn.

  • JTC

    Out of all those various identifiers and non-identifiers of all those various genders wouldn’t you think there’d be one for the ragged males who don’t qualify to be called men?

    • Punta Gorda

      Beekeeping call them “Drones ? Oh wait, that implies NPCs.

      • Bill G

        It also refers to radio-controlled devices, which is appropriate. Although these drones are controlled by messages sent by the left’s self-defined elites and promulgated over the media instead of an individual control device.

        • Pamela

          Wait. You mean they all have remote control chips in their heads?

    • MasterDiver

      Sam, some Democrats may be male (in possession of a ‘Y’ chromosome), but they are NOT “Men”!

      Zar Belk!

      • interventor

        Soy boys

  • Your truths continue to astound me.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    So, DildoCrat Libtard males (can’t call ’em men) have manginas?

  • eon

    The message is, “Give us absolute power or we will destroy you”.

    The logical response to that is, “But if we give you the absolute power you demand, what is our guarantee that you won’t use it to destroy us?”

    An honest progressive would reply, “None, because destroying you is our goal.”

    Of course, there is no such thing as an honest progressive. Except maybe Slow Joe Biden and Slapsie Maxie Waters on alternate Tuesdays, or Hillary when she’s off her meds.

    clear ether

    eon

    • TomZ

      If you catch Air Claire the way the Veritas Project did you can get truth from her.

  • Delilah T

    Pelosi’s moving into senility, one small step at a time. I wonder if she still says ‘Pres. Bush’ on camera.

    Maxine’s Big Mouth — wait, I did an unintentional brain frack there for a second. I typed in bog pitch by accident, then erased & replaced with Big Mouth, and then had second thoughts. It’s ‘bog pitch’ for me now. Maxine’s Bog Pitch is spewing forth all sorts of The Uglies now. I wonder if her feet will fit in there.

    This egomaniacal scramble by the Libterds to do as much damage as they can is producing the opposite effect. If they want to encourage their sycophantic followers to destroy property and act with uncontrolled violence toward anyone whose views are different from theirs, this is not intimidating any of us. We aren’t the German people of the 1930s or the proletariat under Stalin. They seem to have forgotten that small detail. I think they’d like to pull a re-enactment of Janet Reno’s idiotic behavior, if they thought they could get away with it. And don’t think they won’t try.

    Buy more ammo, get some range time, and make sure there is someone who can cook in your group. People gotta eat, too.

  • Tagg

    Dittos! Mega-Dittos! Encore Dittos!

  • Too Tall

    Zed: One shot, many kills. He still has the touch.

    This explains why liberals who happen to have a Y-chromosome are so anemic

  • Chris Muir

    NOTE: 1)TAT will be on Sundays here, most times; the TAT site itself will stay up for now but not be updated. 2)The ‘ad’ below is a favor for a friend, and DBD will remain ad-free.3) Redvolution was a fun DBD experiment that gave me the data I need for a little something I am doing on the side for y’all & DBD, but won’t be released for a year.

    • Grunt GI

      WOOHOOO very glad to hear about a new project
      🙂

      Hopefully it will be as beautitful as Redvolution was.

  • JTC

    Some nice (and rare!) editorial asides there, Mr. Muir. Good to know. Here’s my vote that the “little something” on the side equates to “a little somethin’ on the side” involving some tasty -I mean tasteful- nudity.

    Sunday Nudes of DBD is a predestined classic. One little “something” suggestion.

  • JTC

    Sometimes if you look quick, buried amongst all the anti-Trulmp lead stories with bad pictures and worse titles, is a little bit like this:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-approval-jumps-ahead-of-obama%E2%80%99s-midterm-approval-rating/ar-BBOGtGj?ocid=mailsignout

    Biggest takeaway on that zero midterm is that it was orchestrated by the so-called “tea party” which mostly seems to have been the 2010 iteration of the deplorables and the preference cascade. So WTF happened to that? Were they bought off? Just didn’t have the guts or leadership for follow-through?

    Bobo went on to a second term after that with almost nary opposition, set a lot of harmful defense and domestic policies and set the stage for a LOT more harm, possibly irreversible harm, under the regime that was expected to follow his.

    We stopped that, temporarily. But again, what of that tea party? Do they not realize the importance of THIS mid-term in setting the stage for 2020 and ensuring at least one more Constitutional justice for SCOTUS?

    • TomZ

      It is likely the the Tea Party died because of taxes.
      They could not get the IRS to do their jobs and issue them the proper tax classification and would have likely owed taxes on money that would have had to be donated to operate.

  • JTC

    Collateral damage too, for some who do share their view once they are no longer useful. Poor little third-rate total lowlife as POTUS accurately described him, fucked up his part of the lynch job the lefties tried on Kavanaugh. So he’s expendable, throw him under the bus and call it even-handedness in the media, even though this is all old proof of this slimeball’s history which has been kept down, until now.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/michael-avenatti-lived-the-high-life-while-owing-millions-to-irs/ar-BBOHMpY?li=BBnbfcL&ocid=mailsignout

    The thing about the elites of the leftists is that all the rest but them are useful idiots, expendable when that usefulness ends.

  • Halley

    “So WTF happened to that? Were they bought off? Just didn’t have the guts or leadership for follow-through?” JTC – I’ve often wondered the exact same thing. My best guesstimate is that the corruptive influence of DC might actually have more to do with actual blackmail, extortion, death threats to family etc, than we’d ever like to admit. As in not just “the mob” but literally The Mob(D). It would explain a helluvalot.

    • Punta Gorda

      Gollum and his precious.

  • Delilah T

    Here you go: posted by a friend of mine on another blog, regarding how two crooks running for office in one state plan to tax people out of existence and into poverty:

    You all know it’s election time, right?

    You are going to love this. I went out to get the mail and found a booklet from the Republican party in my mailbox. Among other things, there are two heinous proposals by JBPritzker, a wealthy, spoiled brat member of the billionaire Pritzker family (they own Marriott Hotels, among other things), and Dan Madigan, he who has the chokehold on the state legislature. (State is Illinois.)

    Proposal #1 – a state property tax of 3% of the value of your home for the next 30 years. That means that if your home is assessed at $300,000, which is the average here thanks to the McMansion dwellers, you will pay the state a sum of $90,000 in addition to the county property tax which is usually reasonable.

    I guess the assumption by those two demented assholes is that anyone who owns a decent house is stinking rich and can spare the change for the good of the state, right?

    Proposal #2 – put a tracking device on your vehicle(s) so that the state can tax the miles you drive and know where you go, as if they have a right to know where you go.

    This brilliant idea was cobbled together by some financial geniuses at the Chicago Fed. I think they should be horsewhipped for even bringing it up.

    And the Democrats wonder why working people despise them so much.

    Illinois is not the only state in which such things are happening. Remember to vote on Nov. 6 and get these creatures out of office!

    • Old Codger

      Damn glad that’s in Illinois. Such a tax here in Texas would essentially TRIPLE my property tax burden. Based upon the current (county determined) “value” of my home, a state property tax of 3% would be twice what I pay now including City, County, Underground Water District and School District Tax. Including the money I have to put into escrow for homeowner’s insurance which comes due once a year, that would mean over 50% my monthly combined payment to the mortgage company would be taxes. Assuming no other tax increases (which there shouldn’t be since my evaluation is frozen because I am over 65). Said monthly payment would increase by over a third. Is there a shortage of tar, feathers and rails in Illinois? Or a shortage of people smart enough to do the sums and tell those two assholes “Not only NO but HELL NO.

      • Delilah T

        My friend told me she made a typo and it’s 1% tax by the state, not 3%, but it is on top of local county taxes which run slightly over 2% and are high enough as it is. She apologizes for the numerical error but even so, she has a friend who is having difficulty just paying the tax on the houses she own and rents out as it is.

        It’s enough to make you want to move to a state that treats its citizens and taxpayers better and doesn’t steal the pension fund money for other purposes.

      • Pamela

        Rope is reusable and if it is hempen rope there is a really nice snap when utilized

    • TomZ

      3% of 300,000 is 9,000 not 90,000.

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