Day By Day


From Chris Muir.

14 responses to “Day By Day

  1. Epic!

  2. Legacy, HAH!!! That’s a joke.

    I leave Obama’s kind of legacy in the toilet bowl after I take a massive dump.

  3. Funny that everyone is expecting Trump to make radical changes to make America great again, while Trump seems to be packing his cabinet and staff with a team full of the same old D.C. insiders.

  4. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on ETC., ETC., & ETC..

  5. That is one enlightening read. Notice that Bill Maher has already repeated the mantra, ” a mistake to misuse charge of “racism” earlier…”

    Likely we need to keep an eye on where the talking points are really developed.

  6. Oops…this comment above is referencing the previous post, Pete. Just too busy today, I guess…My apologies.

  7. Let’s see how long those Obama Executive orders stick around. Obama and Hillary, Good Riddance to Bad Rubbish & don’t let the door slam you in the ASS.

  8. Apologies for posting anything fromt this shit bird (and Bloomberg is a turd) site but it’s worth seeing where they are going with the Soros Revolution. Georgey has gone one step to far with this one. Fuck you Soros, your head will be on a pike if you go down this road. And you toadies cheering him on in the MSM should read your Bracken.

  9. And this is what concerns me…

  10. This strike a cord with anyone else?:

    “Toxic people blatantly deny their own manipulative behavior and ignore evidence when confronted with it. They become dismissive and critical if you attempt to disprove their fabrications with facts. Instead of them actually addressing their inappropriate behavior, somehow it always becomes your fault for being sensitive and “crazy”. Toxic people condition you to believe that the problem isn’t the abuse itself, but instead your reactions to their abuse.”

    -from psychopath

  11. Despise the enemy strategically, but take him seriously tactically.
    Mao Zedong

    That should be the definition of the Democrats.

  12. Whenever a black is trying to do something, no matter if it’s legit or not, moral or not, right or not, they usually run into a wall called the rule of law. This is especially true if they have stumbled into any sort of power, placed there by their darker brethren. Once that happens, they begin to burn the edges of the law, singeing it a little at a time, along the edges, and seeing no one has stopped them, they go for burning holes in the whole cloth of law. Re: Kwase Mifune, Ray Nagan, Marion Barry, John Conyers,Micheal Jackson, Idi Amin, etc., it’s a pattern repeated endlessly here in the West and everywhere. The doctrine of “dindu nuffin”. You could liken it to a four year old, deliberately drawing on a wall with a crayon, while knowingly being watched by a parent. Add in the incentive of lots of cash and no questions asked, and their foreheads heat up like a burning match. It’s never a matter of whether what they’re doing is wrong, and it’s always a matter of them getting what they want. That’s why the race card gets played so fast. Anything and everything to divert the world of hurt coming down on them. Handing the reins of power to one of these people is just a prelude to a lot of fucked up shit happening. Obongo leaves office with a country deeply divided, extremely racialised, woefully in debt, and in much worse condition than when he first occupied the WH. What does he care? White men built it, he and his bloods have fucked it up, White man can fix it again, Ja? ‘Long as that spigot doesn’t get turned off.