I don’t understand what is up with all the Trump supports and this mindless hysteria? They wanted to burn, and destroy the, “Establishment/ Republican Party.” Mission accomplished! Now take your victory, and start acting like true supports: Sending money to his campaign, knocking on doors, give up your weekends, and vacation time to campaign for him, work 10 hours a day, and spend another 3 on the phone for him. Miss your children’s school activities, and family gathering because you are out campaigning for your guy. No? You would rather sit on your backsides finger pointing, and fear mongering because another has a different point of view? Sounds like the Trump supports are more of the, “Sour Grapes, Sore Looser, and, Whining Baby”, crowd that they accuse others of being.
 May 5, 2016 at 10:00pm
We live in a Banana Republic. Republicans there is your candidate.
 May 5, 2016 at 9:48pm
Speaking as an Independent I have no allegiance to one party or the other. I vote for the candidate that has earned my vote. Isn’t that what politicians are support to do earn the votes?
If Hillary wins it is because the Republicans nominated a weak candidate, and that would not be the first time. If you want to support Trump great, but enough with fear mongering. People have many reasons for supporting or not supporting a candidate, maybe you have to stop acting like a spoiled child having a tantrum because your afraid your candidate will not win?
May 4, 2016 at 9:05am
I will not vote for Trump just because he has a, (R), after his name. He has to earn my vote. If he doesn’t than I won’t vote for him. Stop with all the fear mongering not everybody has a blind allegiance to the republican party.
May 4, 2016 at 8:56am
My vote has to be earned. I do not blindly vote down party lines, (R), learned by doing so sent to many RINO’s to Washington. I will be looking for a candidate I can vote for, and not because I’m voting against the other. That may be a write-in, or third party, but that is my choice.
I agree, however, simply put, anyone that votes for Hillary or allows her in by not voting was, has and always will be a ideological supporter of Obama, his socialist agenda, his quest for central Government power, his attack on individual liberty and power and the usurping and dismantling of the brilliance and power of American constitution. Spin it anyway you like, it’s the truth.
May 31, 2013 at 8:59am
As a Catholic I’m not offended by the remarks. The problems with, “Catholic’s”, are the same as society in general. More people are interested in serving their own best interests than those of God.
Under his many years of leadership, OSU has gone from a great school with high academic and athletic standards to a mediocre state school with lower standards and a new athletic scandal every year.
The board needs to shut him up for good and send him to the funny farm.
To me the Catholic Faith ceased to be Catholic after Vatican II which tried [very success fully, I might add] to change how we prayed and even what we believe. In the wake of that 1969 epic disaster, yes, I don't trust them either.]
Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi
The Law of prayer, the Law of beliefs or more succinct:
How you pray determines what you believe.
You think commies are just a problem with our government? They are everywhere.
Rod - guidelines baby, guidelines.
May 27, 2013 at 10:11am
“Swedes have expressed shock that those whom they welcomed into the country and gave generous social welfare benefits are now turning against the authorities that supported them.”
Why would rioting not be expected? This is the problem with social welfare, no matter how,”Generous”, you think you are there is always someone wanting more.
Posted on May 27, 2013 at 10:24am
Another gomer moment
Surprise Surprise Surprise
You, Child, shall receive the "Hey Blaze We Need a 'Like' button, of the Day Award!
Just another dumb blond.
you are spot on....give an inch they take a mile mentality. its happening here way to fast
May 23, 2013 at 4:37pm
To listen to their comments, it’s troublesome. These are more than a low information voters; those views are a product of a society that has no understanding of what the role of government should be. I wonder what, if anything will wake them up?
I thought the guy who reacted to the IRS scandal by saying that he’d be see it as a problem if you could show him that Obama told them to do it was pretty smart. He showed a lot more sense than most of the people on the Blaze.
Grover - Since when have you Marxists had any brain cells to begin with?
I'm not a Marxist, so calling me one on the basis of no evidence is not a good way of making the case for Blaze readers' ability to distinguish between established facts and their own assumptions.
May 21, 2013 at 7:17pm
Does anyone else think this is only the, “Tip”, of the iceberg? How much more is out there that we do not know about, (Yet)? I hope the American public will begin to take notice, and not let these stories be swept under the rug, or become a partisan politics story.
May 19, 2013 at 11:31am
I wish they would all just go away. I”m so tired of people that cannot give a straight answer.
May 19, 2013 at 11:24am
“When something doesn’t go your way, you’ve just got to adjust. You’ve got to dig deep and work like crazy. And that’s when you’ll find out what you’re really made of, during those hard times,”
I guess we are finding out what American’s are made of… What are the numbers of American’s receiving food stamps and Social Security disability payments? The harder the times the more we turn to our government to provide.
I've never read that he worked crazy at anything other than smoking copious amounts of weed and caressing his teleprompter.
May 19, 2013 at 10:58am
If we really want to minimize the amount of government interference in our lives then we must reduce the size of the government all together. I do not see that happening anytime soon. I have relative that are generational welfare babies. There is no reason for them to concerned as to what the government is doing, because all they see is the government as their provider. Their checks and benefits are there every month, they do not worry
In many ways the IRS scandal, Benghazi, and the AP wire taps are much to do about nothing. I wish that were not true, but until American’s are ready to stand up and say, “No Thank You”, to what the our elected officials and bureaucrats are offering the role of government in our lives will just continue to grow. We have no one to blame, but ourselves.
May 12, 2013 at 10:21am
Take some time and read the financials of some of the largest, “Religious Charities” and don’t be surprised at how much government funding is received each year. It is then easy to see that the separation of Church and State has been a gray area for decades.
November 11, 2012 at 4:59pm
What more can you expect from a bunch of looters?
November 9, 2012 at 10:52am
I think the lack of clarity in Romney’s policies was his undoing. Many people felt there was not too much different between Romney and Obama.
Perhaps the word spoken by Romney, WORK, left a bad taste in alot of people's mouths. I can't remember the program or character on a show on tv in the 60's but the guy would say the word "work" and he would have a sick look on his face. It was funny at the time but years later, the word "work" is a dirty word. I admired Romney and his "business-experience" and I had confidence in his leadership. The social issues are very secular and getting moreso but Romney would have got America "working"...but today, guess that is a dirty word.
November 8, 2012 at 8:23am
The best out come of this election cycle would be for freedom loving Americans to start their own business. Start building something, become a producer. Until we become a nation of producers the looters will always have the upper hand. Both sides are guilty to sitting around and waiting for the government to fix our problems. What do you have to loose, afraid of going broke? Well, if you believe we are all broke in the end you have nothing to loose.
October 28, 2012 at 9:50am
Let’s not give too much credit to those that booed…After all they are supporting her with their ticket sales.
October 25, 2012 at 9:46pm
I was shocked at the words of the Vice President. As I listened to the interview with Mr. Woods there was something that did not feel right. He seemed conflicted almost like he was apologizing for talking about his son in public? But, when dealing with the loss of a child and having to endure the agony of the misreporting of events I guess that would leave one unsure.
I didn't think it was unsure as much as he was trying to lend whatever "respect" he could muster
for a country that his son sacrificed his life for. Perhaps I'm not very well at expressing what I mean,
but to disrespect the leaders would be like disrespecting that which motivated his son to become a seal
& serve his country.
I could not possibly ever have been so clearheaded & had such a generosity of spirit so shortly after losing a son senselessly. It takes the kind of self discipline Mr. Woods displayed to raise a son such as he did.
Should have said to respect the "position" of the office. We can dislike the person & the way they run the country and still respect the office that so many of our military fought to establish & preserve.