Day By Day

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  • NotYetInACamp

    That’s a good laugh.
    Meat left at the DDQ with various Meats on it, not just the weiner.
    Who’d a thought?
    I do have a degree in psychology. This is funny.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    What ever DID become of that thumb drive?

  • “Didn’t Skye vac up a thumb drive of his last year in the DDQ?”

    No. DDQ did not exist then. Full-size meat and full-size women are not his thing…heh.

    It was the exclusive Double Down men’s club which he probably expected to be a different kind of doubling down with a different kind of men and a different kind of club.

  • epador

    Toothpicks and Menu and Gold Card received today. Not telling if there was a Thumb Drive in the package… …but I do have connections at NSA.
    Very Timely indeed.

    • Chris Muir

      Don’t forget to use the SamLogic Menu Creator software for access,Epador.

      • “You’re next.”

        You LIAR!

        Oh, wait…didn’t epador go all Don Portago level?

        I respectfully yield. 🙂

    • Spin Drift

      Me too Chris, thanks for the swag.

      Spin
      War Damn Screaming Eagle

  • Swansonic

    Great strip today – gave me a big smile and a good laugh.

    Thank you very much, Chris

    • thundercloud65

      They’ll probably rig the fakes to make them look like Trump did it.

  • Bill

    Squeal like a pig

  • Deplorable Old Codger

    My question is, if the actual acts are/were committed in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, how can they be prosecuted HERE? It would appear to be out of U.S. jurisdiction. The Bahamas would appear to be completely entitled to prosecute them there (if only) but what offenses have they committed here? Are there federal statutes against boarding an airplane to go somewhere and do bad things? I do not see how there could be.

    • eon

      It’s a question of transportation and employment.

      Boarding a plane in CONUS to fly to Bahamas for some underaged nookie; not actionable under U.S. Law, no jurisdiction.

      Taking an underaged nookie to Bahamas from CONUS for same; Oops. Violation of the Mann Act. Federal offense.

      Going to Bahamas for etc., etc. while a Federal employee; Oops again. Violation of guidelines for Federal employees, Federal felony charge.

      Doing it with a Federally-owned or chartered aircraft; Oops Big Time. Falls under the Homeland Security Act (as if it was enforced on “the elite'”).

      If the law were enforced as written, most of the participants would be looking at serious time in Club Fed.

      Unfortunately, that’s a swutting big “If” these days.

      clear ether

      eon

      • Interventor

        US citizens having sex with minors abroad may be prosecuted under US Code, Title 18, Chapter 109A, Subsection 2246.

    • David Lang

      Remember the case of Gibson guitars, it can be a Federal Felony to break the law in another country.

  • Dread

    To expedite vanquishing our current problems, cant we just reinstitute a handfull of very old legal precidents and try Hillary as a witch, applying appropriate period accurate penalties?

    • Ozymandias

      How do you know she’s a witch?
      She turned me into a newt!
      A newt?
      I got better

  • Chris, have you checked Ancestrydotcom? Are you related to Nostradamus?

  • RooftopVoter

    Hoo boy, either God loves you Chris or you manage to play chess very well.

    How in the heck did you manage to plant that thumb drive so far back?

  • More importantly, Zed/Chris got it to his guy in darkgov. Yes, some of the good guys are still there; wouldn’t take much to rebuild DOJ with some top-down support…also won’t take much to complete its destruction.

    So much hanging in the balance.

    • Kafiroon

      That’s it! That’s what is missing in our corruption filled universe. A good old fashioned hanging. Or preferably many more.

  • Dave

    Thumb drive…….Weiner……..
    Looks like it’s me and you tonight, Rosey……

  • Nom dePlume

    I saw tomorrow’s cartoon (don’t know how) but that is a beautiful dress and the negotiating dialog is great food for thought.

  • Nom dePlume

    Looks like the Ents have shown up at Isengard. Read the Erik Prince sourced material at Breitbart.

    • NotYetInACamp

      As much as I have seen scum in government and elsewhere, someone always raises it to a new level.
      I was never a Boy Scout, but I feel like I am. I never expect this stuff to be as bad as it is. That is the weakness of the strength my mother gave me to be able to find the good in people and situation.
      http://www.breitbart.com/radio/2016/11/04/erik-prince-nypd-ready-make-arrests-weiner-case/

      Time to drain the swamp.

      • Kafiroon

        Forgot where I stole this from: “Donald Trump is against political correctness, globalization, open-borders, unrestricted immigration, trashing the Constitution, crony capitalism and corruption. Hillary Clinton is the opposite.”
        The fact that large numbers of people in the U.S. see absolutely nothing wrong with her, admire her and react hysterically at anyone that does Not want to kiss her ass, is greatly disturbing.

  • WayneDeplorable

    Absolutely the most interesting election campaign in my lifetime.

  • Nom dePlume

    from the interactive daily news (NY rag?)
    maverickphilosopher says this is damning of Sec’y Clinton.

    The case against Hillary Clinton
    The Daily News last month published an indictment of the character and temperament of Donald Trump that stands as the longest editorial in the 97-year history of the newspaper. When drafting that, we invited a prominent critic of Hillary Clinton to take her best shot at writing an equivalent indictment of the Democratic nominee.

    That Op-Ed is below. Read both and come to your own conclusions. We welcome letters meant for publication. All submissions must include the writer’s full name and city and/or borough. Send to voicers@nydailynews.com.

  • Nom dePlume

    Bombadil couldn’t be reached but he hasn’t been at home for days.

  • Nom dePlume

    From Scott Adams (Dilbert / blog) today (at the end):

    “And there you have your formula for unhypnotizing a Clinton supporter who is mostly worried about Trump being dangerous.”

  • Nom dePlume

    S*** for brains (? (a ‘conservative’)) on Medved.
    (The ha-ha-ha, praise-me-I’m-smart, Medved.)
    Well, it’s George Will, don’t you know.
    I’ll take Publius Decius Mus at amgreatness (also found at home, at the Claremont Review of Books) over Will and his ilk. Mus repeatedly nails it in his pieces.
    The dollar-short-and-a-day-late tag team of Medved & Will fail at what Scott Adams does not fail to understand. Trump needs (has always needed) 270 and has always been aiming at that. Adams’ point No. 8 “Pacing and Leading” has been deployed by DJT from day one. It is important. So Medved & Will are all bothered about Trump about, in the final analysis, what are trivialities. With that in mind, read Mus.
    DJT is so far inside the establishment OODA loop that even I am impressed.

  • cb

    Re: ”Give the man time” … give them all time – in prison.

  • Nom dePlume

    from Breitbart:

    In 2010, Andrew Breitbart recognized Clinton campaign chair John Podesta as one of the biggest, most corrupt figures in Washington D.C.
    “Fuck you John Podesta,” he told journalist Dave Weigel, who then wrote for Slate. “What’s in your closet, John Podesta? Big Podesta? Big Soros? Do you want us to play these games? Because we’re playing to win.”

  • Pamela

    I think we need to adjourn to the DDQ for food and drinks.
    Watching this play out like the comedy of errors it is.
    Maybe run through the thumb drive to see what pops to the top or rears its ugly head.

    The $64 question is who gets to do the honors with any arresting revelations? Some of Zed’s old network of friends and associates or maybe some of Naomi’s? Would Don P be able to offer an assist?

    First round of drinks are on me.

    • Swansonic

      The maelstrom raging through this election is impressive. I’ll get the next round(s)…

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