Day By Day

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  • Merle

    If only…….

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      I agree.
      “Doing the job that Libtards refuse to do.”

  • JTC

    That is awesome and I can’t wait to see exactly how they eat illegals, but…father in law?

    • Zed’s dad… apparently made the purchase before he died….

      • Chris Muir

        corrected, should be “my’…

    • JSStryker

      Father-in_Law woldn’t that technically be Don Portago, Sam and Skye’s stepfather and Jan’s Father?

      • And the man wins a cigar.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Plenty of grease in those illegals to keep the dawgs lubed up good.
    (D’OH! did I just go there?)

    • Yes, yes, you did, and damn you for getting there before I did!

  • “Cry HAVOC!”

  • John T. Block

    HTF… Don Portable, going with Sam’s mom.

    • Old Codger

      Correction: Don Portago is Zed’s father-in-law. He is Sam’s Stepfather. (Would that make him Zed’s Stepfather-in-law?)

  • John T. Block

    JTC…Don portago, Sam’s mom married him. Damn spellcheck….

    • JTC

      …making him her step-father, si?

      Kind of liking the HTF, just gotta figure out WTF the H stands for…

      • CF

        Right, stepfather. Her father in law was Zed’s father. I think Chris meant stepfather.

      • PaulS

        Hold
        The
        Fone?
        😉

    • JTC

      Ooh, changed the color and therefore the attribution of the dialogue bubble, sneaky but effective correction! 😉

  • NotYetInACamp

    I remember how I felt about 9/11. No different. It had been expected (or similar) for a while. There was no emotional reaction to the event.
    This has been expected.

    I recall stopping at the top of the largest bridge in and away from my home. I could see the entire city in all directions from the sea to the Everglades. I had to see the busy major flight path I had lived under or near for most of my life be empty of any aircraft in the air at all, and empty to the 4 horizons. I had no reaction to the jumpers either. Except later I found out who I knew and associates that no longer lived because of that day’s events.

    I knew what I would do had the situation came into where I was and I had any ability to effect it. I have used what little ability that I thought that I have. Sometimes being able to explain was one. Helping others understand and to do what they had to do was another.

    I know what should be done, in general. Many have individual actions that they will take as part of our consolidated culture. Our people know what is right. People know what is wrong. There is no guarantee that we will remain on top and continue what is good among us. Those that would make us like where this asymmetric army came from are numerous, wily, and strong. We have lost to and we have beaten better over time. We shall see. We shall see what individuals do. There are choices to be made and followed. Individuals comprise the culture and civilization.
    It looks the Don has taken some initial action. And part of his choice is to protect his wife’s children and grandchildren. A basic.

    • Pamela

      I remember everyone in my neighborhood coming outside to cheer and wave when the Jets and Helos from Los Alamitos flew over the first time after.

  • WayneM

    I was listening to Scott Adams’ Periscope today and he described this “caravan” as being the best gift anyone could deliver to Trump…

    After all, Trump was elected on a platform of “fixing” the porous border. The swamp dwellers are dragging their heels on every aspect of addressing the problems. With this, Trump has what he needs to push through reforms.

    • Delilah T.

      The swamp dwellers should be inundated with these “guests” at their doorsteps, don’t you think?

      Brownsville is close to the shores of the Gulf. How hard would it be to… oh, never mind.

  • wasn’t there a DARPA plan to make long-endurance robots that could run on pretty much anything organic..including dead enemy soldiers?

    • David M

      I was remembering something like that also. I recall a paragraph talking about battlefield robots that could process organic material… I don’t think it was at DARPA (I was contractor there for a couple years) I think it was in a magazine article somewhere by a Boston Dynamics guy… But I thought of it also from this Toon… LOL

    • gafling

      Really? I wondered where Follywood got their idea for the ‘ED-209’ in ‘Robo-Cop’.

  • JackDeth 72

    Nicely done, Mr. Muir:

    Evidently you can teach an Old dog new tricks!

  • Old Codger

    Would somebody put up a link to what is happening in Brownsville? I tried a couple of searches and came up essentially empty. B’ville is always big area for illegals trying to slip in under the back fence. The whole Rio Grande Valley down there is a big entry point for the vermin.

  • Bill

    Every dog has his Day, by Day…..

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      I don’t know whether to groan, or applaud.
      Well played!

  • JTPatriot

    Is it time for America to take up arms and head down to the border and let the invaders know that if our government won’t stop them, they still won’t make it across the border? Here in Texas, we have been having lengthy discussions on this point. We are witnessing a planned invasion of our country, and we have every right to stop it with whatever means we can put to use.

    • Doggo

      Another use for those AR-15 “assault” rifles that Chuckie and little Hogg want to take away from us. They can be used to repel an assault.

  • Unca Walt

    There It Is.

  • Spin Drift

    Another prime example of elections have consequences. If Cankles had won and an army of Texas Patriots had gone down to protect their state from the invading hordes, she would have let if be known through untraceable channels that the Border Patrol was to stand behind the Texans and fire through them. Just chalk up a bunch of dead gringos to friendly fire, oops my bad. The MSM would spin this as proof that militias are outdated and the 2nd can be finally put to rest. Win-Win for the Progs. Cry havoc and release the “Dog Day Afternoon.”

    Spin
    We few, we happy few, we band of brothers;
    For he to-day that sheds his blood with me
    Shall be my brother; be he ne’er so vile,
    This day shall gentle his condition:
    And gentlemen in England now a-bed
    Shall think themselves accursed they were not here,
    And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks
    That fought with us upon Saint Crispin’s day.

    • NotYetInACamp

      Border Patrol would act as the Irish in Braveheart.

    • JTC

      “If Cankles had won and an army of Texas Patriots had gone down to protect their state from the invading hordes…”

      But sheit didn’t…so what happens if that army of American Patriots (it’s not just or only Texas being invaded) goes down to do exactly that?

      I can see no reason that this foreign onslaught doesn’t fit the intended purpose and mission of the militia that our founders provided for.

  • lurking

    I still think a line of ADS equipped humvees would be the best deterrent. Sure, they can wrap themselves in tinfoil to mitigate the pain, but they would be the silliest looking invaders ever.

  • Jess Sain

    If only Reglar Muricans could go down and defend the border for “vacation” and armed of course as I am here then this situation would be solved in one day and the other 6 days could be spent having D&D barbeque.

  • Pamela

    Puppies! Are they going to get training on how to fetch and guard.
    Maybe some tracking exercises.
    Can they be outfitted with deployable, injectable trackers?

  • Delilah T.

    Well, if you want destruction, there is Sennacherib:

    The Assyrian came down like the wolf on the fold,
    And his cohorts were gleaming in purple and gold;
    And the sheen of their spears was like stars on the sea,
    When the blue wave rolls nightly on deep Galilee.

    Like the leaves of the forest when Summer is green,
    That host with their banners at sunset were seen:
    Like the leaves of the forest when Autumn hath blown,
    That host on the morrow lay withered and strown.

    Would one call for total destruction of a pack of fools on a fool’s errand? Or would it be more appropriate to hope that they would turn around and go home. Those people on this “march” don’t want to fix what’s wrong. They want it fixed for them. Does that sound like any group we know of?

  • lurking

    Might be time to put those much fabled FEMA camps into business… but we’d have to feed the freeloaders.

    • You did hear about all the guillotine blades that fedgov ordered, yes?

  • Caved1ver

    Cry “Havoc!” and let loose the DAWGS of War!

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    WHO LET THE DAWGS OUT?!
    WOF!
    WOF!
    WOF WOF!!

  • Doggo

    Git along little doggies

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