User Profile: Strasser

Member Since: November 09, 2012


  • [2] December 14, 2015 at 1:20pm

    This is terrorism just as surely as if they were setting off bombs to scare people away from the polls. Apparently America doesn’t belong to Americans any more, and we have no right to protect our interests or vote for the candidates we want?

    This is just one more part of the progressive plan for 2016. They know they can’t possibly win a fair election, so they’re going to try–by any means necessary, legal or not–to overwhelm American voters with “replacement” voters who are hostile to everything about America except for all the money and free stuff progressive politicians have promised them in return for their activist assault on our sovereignty.

    I’ve been warning about this for several years–this is what a Marxist takeover looks like in a country where the bad guys haven’t yet succeeded in disarming the people.

  • [3] October 27, 2015 at 1:20pm

    Blaze, why are you just dumbly printing AP’s tired old lie about risking default on the debt if this disaster isn’t passed? How about contributing something useful to the story by refuting all the nonsense in the original article? This isn’t going to help any GOP candidates in 2016 except those who vote against it.

  • [11] October 23, 2015 at 2:50pm

    I would say only naive or ignorant people want our representatives to “work across the aisle”. If I wanted my Rep to vote in destructive progressive policies, I would have voted for a Democrat. The left is taking this country straight to h*ll, and I want my Reps to OPPOSE the other side of the aisle with everything they’ve got, even if it means gridlock. All this “bipartisan” BS is destroying the country.

  • [3] October 22, 2015 at 11:43am

    Stars produce huge quantities of elements up to and including iron in their cores as part of the fusion process. They can also contain traces of heavier elements, up to Uranium, either due to incorporation in the original star mass or through gravitational collection or “sweeping” during its lifetime. What seems to me to be a more meaningful question is how planets that were in stable orbits throughout the star’s life are now, after the star has shed a large portion of its mass, spiraling into the greatly reduced mass of the white dwarf. Loss of orbital velocity due to drag from the hydrogen and helium atmosphere as it was blown out past the planets’ orbits?

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  • [2] October 2, 2015 at 2:42pm

    I’ve written pages and pages on this topic. For one thing, take out the few cities with the most restrictive gun laws and our homicide rate falls way down on the list. Second, America has thrown the Christian principles that made us the freest and greatest nation on Earth down the toilet; we no longer respect life or tolerate differing viewpoints, and we’ve taught our kids that the world revolves around them and what they want, and if anyone denies them what they want, force or violence are the answer.

    In reply to the contribution Why Aren't Guns Making Americans Safer?

  • [10] September 30, 2015 at 6:26pm

    Your comment suggests utter ignorance and unquestioning acceptance of of the libtard propaganda line. First, even in the most severe “shutdown” scenario, there is absolutely ZERO chance of defaulting on the debt, because it would remain the #1 priority among the 85% of government functions that continue uninterrupted in any shutdown. Second, the government has been “shut down” 18 times since the 1980′s over budget impasses; it’s certainly not the menacing bogey-man statists and progressives pretend it is. Third, this irrational fear of a shutdown is nothing but an excuse used by the spineless establishment RINO’s to fall over dead at the slightest sign of disagreement with Obama. If you take a look at the poll numbers, you’ll find (or would if not blinded by your ideology) that the Republican establishment has single-digit approval ratings from registered Republicans. The “Tea Party” members (though that is another ignorant misrepresentation) actually represent the majority of the Republican voter base.

    Better luck next time in your efforts to trash mainstream conservatism. Or rather, better research–that and an open mind will lead you to a much more meaningful contribution to the Comment sections of Blaze articles.

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  • [1] September 1, 2015 at 6:22pm

    Wow, Debbie. And you and your party are excusing the murder of thousands of innocent Americans in our cities every year by denying them access to firearms to protect themselves–and excusing the murder of a million children every year through abortion.

  • [2] August 26, 2015 at 4:06pm

    No, you propagandizing fool, this did NOT happen because of a need for gun control, it happened because YOUR BOSS and other progressive demagogues have done such a swell job at promoting intolerance, racial hatred, and a predisposition toward violent confrontation in America. There have always been guns in America–we didn’t have issues with gun violence until you b*st*rds came along. It’s progressives and race-baiters who need to be controlled and eliminated from our society, not guns!

  • [6] August 18, 2015 at 3:53pm

    Perhaps Glenn wanted to protect them by not listing their names?

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  • [21] August 13, 2015 at 3:24pm

    We’re all screwed, my friend, all but the elite. We will have nothing but each other–and that will be the key to our survival. Assembling neighborhood and then larger networks to all pitch in and help each other through the worst of it–and defend against the uprisings of those who choose to take rather than participate.

  • [1] August 12, 2015 at 2:42pm

    The RINO’s are the ones who conform to the party’s not-so-secret “Secret Platform”. The ones who don’t conform are the “wacko birds”.

  • [5] August 7, 2015 at 12:08pm

    Why is Trump being such a crybaby? I have no opinion of Megyn Kelly, having never watched or listened to or read anything written by her, but I think it’s perfectly fair to target each candidate–as they did last night–with direct questions about their most glaring personal faults. Trump has spent several decades putting himself in the spotlight by big-mouthing and bad-mouthing anyone and everyone he doesn’t like, and that does not make for a good President, either before Congress, the press, or foreign dignitaries. Trump should be able to take criticism as well as he dishes it out, regardless of who it comes from.

    As for him leading in the Drudge poll after the debate, I think he’s still being carried by the anger of the American right (myself included), not by his skills or promise as a potential President. I like the way he’s influencing the tone and topics of the debate, but President Trump? That sounds to me like as big a disaster as President Obama, Clinton, or Biden–entirely different reasons, but a big disaster nonetheless.

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  • May 26, 2015 at 7:45pm

    I will ONLY fly the Stars and Stripes upside down until this country is taken off the fast track to H*ll and things are set straight. The inverted flag to me actually honors our military, because it says “what the heck are we doing to the America they fought for???” I think it’s a little flippant of Pac Sun to make it a casual fashion statement, but to me it certainly doesn’t rise to the level of trampling or burning the flag.

  • [2] April 24, 2015 at 3:50pm

    Considering how much influence Karl Rove has over Fox News, this poll only convinces me more that Rubio is an establishment puppet who’s in the race as a spoiler to prevent a real conservative from winning the nomination.

  • [4] April 13, 2015 at 1:19pm

    I would be happy to see “Made in Mexico” on all the crap that says “Made in China” now if it would mean all those millions of illegals would go home and get honest factory jobs. That sounds like a win-win for America.

  • March 13, 2015 at 11:30am

    What a shameless fraud! God will separate the worthy from the frauds in the end; in the meantime, this kind of holy hustler gives the Godless that much more excuse to villify all Christians.

  • [5] March 3, 2015 at 5:50pm

    1) Every one of these cowards needs to be flooded with angry calls and emails from now…
    2) …until they are primaried in 2016. Not only that, but
    3) All the cowards who voted either FOR Boehner for Speaker back in January OR FOR the 3 week funding bill last week should be held just as accountable as these 70 for the murder of the U.S. Constitution and America.

    Filthy, lying cowards one and all.

    It’s time to start that 3rd party to drive a dagger into the heart of the Republican party. Yes, that means the Dumbascr*ps will win landslide victories in coming elections, but if the collapse into chaos is going to happen, let it happen as soon as possible before the current generation gets too old to fight the ensuing battle to restore Liberty. God knows the younger generation lacks the brains, the backbone, and the b*lls to fight the coming tyranny.

  • [4] February 4, 2015 at 10:32am

    The liars and cowards in the GOP need to stop wasting our time and insulting our intelligence with this infantile nonsense. They know Obama will veto any repeal bill, and they know they don’t have the votes to override his veto. This is nothing but smoke and mirrors to try to fool people into thinking they’re trying to keep their campaign promises, when in fact they willfully surrendered their only real power to stop any of Obama’s agenda when they voted for the “Cromnibus” disaster.

  • [176] January 30, 2015 at 12:16pm

    I absolutely agree it should be the parents’ right to decide. Guess what–if the public could be confident that the vaccines available had been properly proven effective and honestly vetted for toxic content or dangerous side effects–if everyone could believe that the benefits far outweigh the dangers, and that a vaccine is not just being rammed into us by a corrupt government to make multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical companies even more fabulously wealthy–then an overwhelming majority of the public would choose to have their children vaccinated!

    Instead of demonizing parents who don’t trust the government/Big Pharma sales pitch, we should be demanding more transparent evaluations of vaccines and medical drugs in general. Instead of suggesting declining parents be thrown in jail, we should be getting our borders under control to make sure we’re not blindly importing diseases long ago banished from our shores.

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  • [2] January 30, 2015 at 12:01pm

    IMHO, he’s stepping aside as a result of his “private” meeting with Jebba the Hut. I think he agreed to step aside to avoid splitting the RINO vote and guarantee Jebba would get the nomination. Of the two, I think Romney would have been the lesser of two evils. Now, whichever genuine conservative we manage to sneak into the “Progressives Only” GOP convention is going to have to go up against a party unified behind Jebba.