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  • NotYetInACamp

    A Radical accusing others of what they are. Either consciously or as psychological projection on others of what they are doing and who they are.

    • Bill G

      But San Fran Nan is a friend of the state; a friend of the Deep State, Big Gov, and any other authoritarian mindset available.
      President Trump is a friend of we, the people.

    • Pamela

      They are a Religion now willing to crucify everyone for their sins.
      Redemption will not be forthcoming as your souls are forfeit.

      • GWB

        They are a Religion
        ^^THIS^^

    • Old Codger

      I have observed that it is well nigh impossible to point the finger at someone else without simultaneously pointing THREE fingers back at yourself. Try it.

      • John M.

        That’s why you use a “Knife-hand!”

  • formwiz

    Not just a river in Egypt.

    (had to)

    • John M.

      …and that means San Fran Nan is Cleopatra…

      • Pamela

        So maybe it will be a Croq instead of an asp this time

  • Too Tall

    That will leave a mark!

  • My Way Or --->

    Yeah, well, some day, someone will go into her office and find her sitting there, staring straight ahead, with that gavel clutched in her right hand.

    The two salon guys were independent operators, leasing time in that shop. They had access to the keypad. It had nothing to do with the real owner, but she’s getting blamed for it by the idiots who pretend that they are “journalists” when they don’t know the meaning of that word.

    • interventor

      Almost pity the ones who work on that mummified old harridan. Still, they accepted the work.

      • MasterDiver

        I do not believe I could learn to like her except on a raft at sea with no other provisions in sight.
        – Mark Twain in Eruption

        Zar Belk!

  • All true, as it is… on a lighter note, Chris, wazzup with your program making Trump resemble a Macy’s parade balloon lately?

    • I’m making all caricatures match more closely to the main characters in style-it’s jarring to see very realistic caricatures contrasting with the simpler style of zed, sam, etc.

  • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

    “Enemy of the state”
    A high compliment, indeed.
    Pretty much describes President Trump, “the anti-state”.

  • nonncom

    My Dad always said to consider insults, or attempted insults, from fools as compliments….

    • JSStryker

      “If I am to be insulted I must first value your opinion.”

  • DanC

    An Insult is like a drink. It can’t harm you if you do not accept it.
    Robert A Heinlein

  • cb

    An enemy of the ”Deep” State… is why he’ll get 4 more years.

    • John

      We need many more such enemies.
      The Deep State is a direct result of the corruption of our government by the Elitists who suckle from the taxpayer’s teat. And it is obvious that said Elitists have absolutely no loyalty to the Nation. Witness the campaign against PDJT. Orange Man Bad started before his election because he was down on China long before he ran for office. That’s proof of their loyalty to China and the profits from their slave wages.

  • Mikey72

    One of the advantages of reaching old age is having seen all the mud-slinging, accusations, and downright lies from the Dems. They are throwing everything at Trump and Trump supporters and NOTHING is sticking. Looking good, losers.

    In the meantime, keep your eyes on the objective and your powder dry.

    • John

      Any competent historian of US politics will tell you the Republic has already seen shenanigans this savage around election time and the Republic has weathered it nicely. The sole exception was the Civil War, and the sides were too closely matched then. Antifa/BLM are barely worthy of calling out the National Guard, much less the Regulars, and certainly not worthy of gun battles in the street.

      • JTC

        I sadly but firmly believe that you grossly, completely, and overwhelmingly underestimate the depth and breadth of this worldwide movement to destroy and/or conquer the USA.

        Given that agenda the potential for death and destruction of a new internal war could make the genocide perpetrated by the First Rino in the first one seem small. For just the reasons you mention, that one had both sides matched if not in military resources then in blood allegiance to its own people on the other side, although that was of little importance or consequence to Lincoln. This time it’s the whole world of evil that conspires against us using the “elites” and street thugs etc. here as their agents and dupes. Commie Russkies? ChiCommies? Islam? All of the above who will proceed to wage war on each other once they vanquish us, the dupes, and the money men (Soros)…

        The end goal of the civil war was just to be left the fuck alone to manage its own affairs by the one side, and a single-minded compulsion to keep them in the fold and under the thumb of the other side. The end goal of the antagonists in a potential new war is no less than the elimination of our Republic, our freedom, and our culture.

        And when their agents in the street make their way to my small town, as I’ve said before I will be as prepared as possible to guard the doors of my home and business, and if gun battles in the street break out I will resist to the death, as my freedom and that of my family are worthy of gun battles and any sacrifice required in that effort.

        • NotYetInACamp

          I agree.

  • WayneM

    I can’t wrap my head around how the “rank & file” Americans aren’t completely outraged by the ongoing pressure by one part to eliminate voter ID requires and allow mail-in voting (as opposed to absentee voting). The only rational explanation for wanting both is the desire to cheat more easily and thoroughly.

    • John

      I’m hoping for a backlash on this silliness.
      Ideally, we could have a citizen registration system using block-chain that would allow positive ID _and_ expose those who would do us harm.
      We no longer live in a society that allows anonymity, even for those who stay off the net, because Big Tech can infer your existence through your social contacts.
      So the next option is to fortify your position using penalties against those who would violate your Rights by making their attempted access to you obvious to those who would protect your Rights.

    • JTC

      People of every type, stripe, and condition wait for hours online at the DMV and the tag agency and provide very exacting documentation so that they can drive a car hopefully without killing other people driving. But they can’t be bothered to go down to the polling station to exercise the critical duty and right of voting? There are only a few reasons for that, and they are all either subject to or the subject of corruption. Same with the court that just struck down Trump’s order excluding illegals from being counted on the census, that is a setup for what they hope will be overwhelming numbers enabling their corruption in perpetuity.

      • GWB

        Remember, JTC, that a large number of folks who vote in those blue urban areas do NOT drive. So they don’t grasp how much other people go through for their freedom of movement.

        These are the same people who think it’s harder to vote than to get a gun.

        • JTC

          True that GWB, but they still line up at the DMV to get their state-issued ID card, which is necessary to get their SSI check, their free food, and all their other free shit, and they’ll go through anything to get and keep those.

  • Steveb919

    Wonder why my name drops off the comments section here if I don’t post for a couplable of days? Not that big a deal but just wondering.

    • Steveb919

      I did post yesterday.

    • Roland Deshain

      “some of the people who started the fires may be connected in some way.”
      I had no doubt. They are either connected by islam or by George Soros. Or both!

      • John

        Try Facebook and Twitter.
        That’s what Antifa does.

  • JTC

    So I and others were led down a primrose path, voting for realism as opposed to the comic style in response to Chris’ email asking for preference (in which I said if the comic style is less time consuming we would understand), he replied that the quasi-3D realism was actually easier…definitely my choice all the characters but most especially the fine women of the ranch…so not sure why the switch?

    Yeah I ain’t going nowhere though…this place is the best online place there is, and I’m really just here for the articles anyway. 😉

    • JTC

      Sorry that was supposed to be in response to Chris at 9:24…

    • Only the caricatures of political figures are being modified.

    • JTC

      Guess I misunderstood, my preference is realistic for all characters but as I said in the email survey a while back I’m good with what’s best for you; I am in awe of your ability to post pics of any kind along with the often almost prescient storyline every. single. day. Damn.

      So like I said above, keep on keepin’ on however works for you and I’ll keep hanging around and screaming into the wind here in comments. 🙂 But I do/did love the realism of the guest characters almost as much as the regulars (well, depending on how much/how little clothing on some of them).

  • Buck

    On reflection of the fires in the Western Coastal States, during Australia’s fire season last year there were over 200 people in jail for setting those fires. Haven’t heard of antifa in Australia, however, through the whole conflagration the Aussi government was blaming climate change. Any similarities are in your own mind – don’t believe your lying eyes.

  • Advo

    I guess from Malig-Nancy’s (h/t Ace of Spades) perspective I am. Turn-about is also true for my State.

  • Old Codger

    A wise man once wrote,

    “I believe that being despised by the despicable is as good as being admired by the admirable.” Kurt Hoffman at Armed and Safe

    To be termed an enemy of the state by the likes of Pelosi, Schumer and company would be high praise indeed. VERY high praise!

    • JTC

      But the very best is being deplored by the deplorable.

  • To borrow a quote from somewhere, “These people are stupid”. MaligNancy. LOVE IT!

    • John

      And oh so satisfying!

  • Kafiroon

    As for everyday Americans putting up with all the garbage thrown at us and being told to swallow it…
    What is it we can do about this “mail fraud voting” for example.
    I have called and written to mt congress weasels. Meh. Nada.
    Our “betters” have determined it shall be so. That applies to anything we do not like.
    It has been said. The only thing protecting all the various nefarious characters doing what they please in spite of the “Laws” is the law enforced by various agencies. Remove the enforcement or the agents of it, and I will not bet on the length of life of many perpetrators. Also see “When the Saxon began to Hate”.

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