Day By Day


  • Delilah T.

    More egotistical than D Trump? Impossible!! Unpossible!!! Never in a milllion, gazillion years!!!

    Do Whappo and NYT know what snow is yet? 🙂

    • kadaka

      Children don’t know what snow is. We were warned back in 2000 by a leading climate scientist that this would happen if we didn’t surrender to the UN and immediately combat global warming. We didn’t listen.

      So now, nineteen years later, children can only learn about snow by watching nature shows about the Arctic, before that melts away too. Tragic. We should have listened to all those frequent strident science-based climate warnings from the NYT and WaPo. Sad.

      • Delilah T.

        Would you like to shovel my front steps, sidewalk, and parking space? Like Judy in Waukesha said, I don’t want to do this S – – T any more.
        And we’re supposed to get another 3 inches tonight, on top of this morning’s 3 inches.
        Aaaaah! Winter!!! Perfect for the latte-slurping ecohipsters, ain’t it? If I could just grow a glacier in Manhattan….
        What? I can dream, can’t I? 🙂

        • JTC

          D, I got all yer global warmening right here…

          Middle 80’s all this week coming up.

          But hey, plunging into the high 60’s in the overnights.

          I’m with Judy, I don’t wanna do THIS shit anymore neither.

          Familiarity does indeed breed contempt. :b

          • NotYetInACamp

            How do you like your newly oceanfront property? We don’t have to worry about those pesky fresh water lakes anymore now that melting Greenland has raised our ocean level about 130 feet.
            The beach is almost back to the old sandy beach level along the Lake Wales Ridge. What’s old is new again. Old beach front is new beachfront.
            Is Chris under water now? Or did he move? Did they build a 150 foot wall for the valuable real estate barrier islands and the spaceport?

            And who said climate change never brought anything good to anybody?

          • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

            Florida………the world’s largest sandbar.
            (curiosity question, if Florida wasn’t there to separate the Atlantic from the Gulf of Mexico, what would the “Gulf” and the SE states be like?)

          • JTC

            Toxic DBW, just a spit of sand left here on the Ridge that NotYet references -which would just be a cyclical recurrence of what has come before- but would at least be separated from the rest of Crazy…sometimes environmental disaster is its own reward.

          • Kafiroon

            Hmmm! Now if this sand spit would be separated from Tallahassee and Jacksonville, that could be a good thing.

          • JTC

            Yes sir, that would be (some of) the referenced Crazy, plus all points north and most points south. Sort of a backbone in the center of the state running from Lake County south to the bottom of Highlands (my) county and including some prehistoric areas like Lake Annie there that is studied by scientists at the Archbold Station and thought to be one of the oldest stores of Pleistocine era fossils etc on the continent.

            So yeah when everything else is ocean bottom again life will remain here, such that it is.

          • JSStryker

            I’m looking forward to moving back to Florida in April! Tired of winters in Missouri.

        • CactoBlaster

          Hey D. , I figured out a long time ago that Winter isn’t mandatory. I escaped in 1971 and have lived out west since then.
          We are experiencing a cold snap here in Tucson right now. 44 degrees and light rain. The Horror ! Oh, The Horror !

  • interventor

    Snow job, snow flakes or yellow snow?

    • John M.

      Ivory Snow…

      • TomZ.

        With Marilyn Chambers holding the baby on the front of the box?

        • Redleg

          Actually I think Marilyn Chambers was the baby on the box.

          • Peet

            Actually I think Marilyn Chambers was the baby on the box.

            No, she was the one holding the baby. That box made it into almost all her movies somewhere in the background.

            Take it from an old MC fan…

          • Too Tall

            Brooke Shields was the baby.

      • JTC

        Ah yes, pure as the “driven” Ivory Snow model…

        • kadaka

          99 44/100 percent.

  • Pamela

    Inconceivable. Imagine if Sicilians and poisons were involved.

    • WayneM

      You keep using dat word… I do not think it means what you think it means… lol

      • Pamela

        It’s Inconceivable that anyone could imagine sexual relations between certain members of the press and certain members of congress. Interesting pairings. All that confidential information.

        • nonncom

          Who in congress is having an affair with Don Lemon or Anderson Cooper?…

          • Delilah T.

            Please! Have pity! Post a spew warning, willya, Pilgrim????
            That was just — gagging-able.

  • Some have the right to ego. Just sayin’…

  • JTC


    One of these is not like the others.

    Is it egotistical if it’s true?

  • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

    It ain’t brag if it’s fact. But all the DeMSM has is hubris. Which leaves PDJT the last man standing, and undisputed king of the ring.

  • John Block

    How many here think the Prez is is that self-aware, or is that what Melania does for him?

  • WayneM

    I think that’s the most words Pence said in the past decade. Go, Mikey!!

  • Peregrine John

    Looks like you can fool 56% of the people 100% of the time.

  • Punta Gorda

    Lexis Nexus or Gurgle?

  • jdow

    More egotistical than The Donald? Um, Obama, both Clintons, Pelosi, Schumer, Mad Maxine, Harry Reid – lots of ’em both active and retired.

    • Brad

      More egotistical? Yep. Also a LOT more self-deluded. At least Trump has something to base his inflated ego upon.

      • PaulS

        It’s not bad to have a good self image, as long as it’s not completely void of backup data. Then it is self illusion.

  • Halley

    The Democrat-run “media” (gag, barf, throw-up, gag-barf) is now on record eagerly supporting the highly illegal, unconstitutional, mafia-esque Coup attempt. Gee, it’s almost like you’d wonder if they weren’t an integral part of the plot. Will there will be any legal repercussions for “the media”? or does “freedom of the press” now include the magical right to plot the seditious, traitorous overthrow of a sitting American president?

    If “the media” is allowed to get away with Worse Than Watergate, Deplorables are gonna be mighty, mighty irate, Mr. President.

    • John

      No point in being irate.
      I’m content to watch the MSM swirl down the toilet bowl.
      This is their last hurrah, and historians will cite their political corruption as their epitaph.

  • eon

    Look up the Semmelweis reaction;

    Whether you are talking medicine (real or fake), UFOs, conspiracy theories (“The CIA killed JFK! No, It was the Mafia! No, it was both! You think it was just some nutty wannabee Communist with a cheap rifle, you must be crazy!”), ecology (“Humans are killing Holy Mother Gaia!”), vaccination, or especially politics, people tend to believe what they think they “know”. Never mind what the facts show, one way or another.

    This is especially true in politics, where beliefs tend to equal power.

    No one is more prone to a Semmelweis reflex than the sort Eric Hoffer called the True Believer.

    And as Richard Hofstader pointed out, one reason there are so many conspiracy believers on the extremes (left and right) is that a lot of them have been “conspirators” themselves at one time or another. Always from the highest moral motivations, naturally.

    Well, it sounds better than actually saying out loud what that little voice inside of them is perpetually screaming.

    “I want absolute power so I can kill anybody who dares to disobey me.”

    clear ether


    • NotYetInACamp

      The Hungarians are so wise. Take that common belief put forth today that a wall has no effect. They dispelled that belief with greater effect than the situation that gave rise to the Semmelweis reflex. The wall was 99.4+% effective one month after it was installed along Hungary’s Southern border to be the focal point in stopping the Islamic hijrah invasion to conquer Europe.

      I love being half Magyar.

      • Brad

        A wall is a great TOOL in defense of borders, but is not defense in and of itself. If we’re not willing to kill or maim an invader trying to breach it, then it is still of limited effectiveness.

  • Sarge

    Is it real or is it smoke and mirrors ? For two years I have watched them attack and ridicule President Trump and everyone associated with him . Since he is a Washington outsider they are doing everything they can to destroy him. It has just shown me how absolutely corrupt the leadership is in Washington. The situation makes me feel that we are not in a Constitutional Republic but a Oligarchy. The ruling class and us peasants. But since I’m not a part of the Washington scene. I really do not know what is going on in Washington. Just what I am told . No wonder my trust in Government is gone.

    • NotYetInACamp

      You noticed. Good.

  • Cliff

    Trump has made the media a laughing joke. How about Costa in the Rose Garden surrounded by angel moms. And him looking stupid.

    • Punta Gorda

      Meanwhile, the equivalent of an infantry division is headed for our border and Zombie Pelosi and her lapdogs say it’s not a crises.

      • NotYetInACamp

        It is an invasion. And those Democrats are collaborators.

        France had collaborators before ad during WW2.
        French patriots held them off Dunkirk for long enough.

        • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

          Shave the collaborators’ heads?
          I volunteer my time and services, and a battery electric shaver.

          • interventor

            After initial efforts, the French stopped — else they would have a nation of bald headed women. Note that Coco Chanel was a major collaborator.

  • Jim Smith

    LOL. Good panel Chris! And oh-so-accurate.

    • JTC

      Told Wifey I could Just Smellit that this was a PR stunt when the mediots and signalers jumped all over it with their dripping disdain for the nasty Trumpers who perpetrated it…

      But as I’ve said, I am sure Uncle Joe and the rest of the haters will acknowledge their mistake and jump all over their chance to admit that racism is racism, evil is evil, no matter the source.

      And then they will call for the POS to be fired from his job and prosecuted for the Hate Crime it so obviously is. Aaany minute now…Joe? Oh Joe….

      • Delilah T.

        It is a felony to concoct and report a fake crime. Smuglette is in really deep trouble up to his skinny hips.

        Is it just me, or are there drums beating…. drums in the night…. ?

        • JTC

          Maybe…depends on how it’s written up, and the lede is falling fast. Would be with a hate crime enhancement but what are the chances of that…I mean it is Chi-town.

          We can probably look to the fake medicine man attack on those schoolboys as a clue to what will -or won’t- happen to poor little Jus’ Smellit.

  • KathyP

    Just love that punchline!

  • Delilah T.

    In re: the people who generate this much anger in themselves toward Someone Who Won: do they realize that the emotion of hatred has a detrimental effect on one’s health, at least as bad as constant anger? It does things to your blood pressure, generates hormones in an unhealthy way – all that kind of thing.

    I keep hoping I’ll see or hear some place that one of those yappers has succumbed to a life-altering event and can’t do more than mumble incoherently… but that’s just me. My bad. Sorry. I’ll go sit in the corner now.

  • NotYetInACamp

    I like my president.

    When he is egotistical he is correct and right. Others, like the press, not so much…

    Carry on.

    Like the Progressives and Fabian Socialists, we must understand and embrace that sometimes it is two steps forward, then one step back, then two steps forward again.
    Victory, not a continuing charge without losses, is the goal. Good is not victorious every time it engages in battle.
    In 6 months we have the next budget vote, if I recall correctly. I desire that one to be two steps forward.

  • kadaka

    Now that Pelosi coughed up $23 billion for border security w/o wall then Trump showed he can tap $8 billion for the wall despite Bitter Nancy’s intransigence, the real tragedy is even The Donald can’t deploy technology at points of entry that detects incoming Progressives.

    • Delilah T.

      Do you have a reference for those amounts, kadaka?

      • Punta Gorda

        I’m guessing no. As giblets guy said, repeat a big enough one loud enough and long enough it becomes true.

        That’s the main thing I really love about Ann Coulter, she cites the bejeevous out of everything she states. Girl is freaking GOOD at her trade. I’ve seen academic papers by doctorates that can’t hold a candle to her skills.

  • JTC

    No need, Skidmark…you cartoon yourself quite well.

    Skidmark wiped clean once again in 3…2…


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