User Profile: Strasser

Strasser

Member Since: November 09, 2012

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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.

  • [174] 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.

  • [5] January 30, 2015 at 11:58am

    Don’t cheer yet–IMHO, he’s stepping aside as a result of his “private” meeting with Jebba 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.

  • [3] January 29, 2015 at 2:26pm

    The problem is that McCain thinks the same of most of his constituents as well. As they say, even a broken clock is right twice a day.

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  • April 17, 2014 at 9:35pm

    Filthy Harry is right, what happened the WAS an act of domestic terrorism. But it was the BLM who were the terrorists, backed by their granddaddy moneyman Harry, who is clearly using the power of his corruption-protected Senate seat to use the power of the federal government against the people of his own state. There could be no better demonstration of why the 17th Amendment was a disaster and why the states need the original Constitutional plan for state-legislature-appointed senators to provide some recourse against this kind of rogue bully.

  • February 20, 2014 at 3:33pm

    Actually that is a variety of cholla, but not a jumping cactus based on my understanding of the beast (I’m 20 years an Arizonan). The name “jumping cactus” refers to a variety also known ironically as the “Teddy Bear Cholla”. But painful nonetheless.

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  • December 6, 2013 at 1:57am

    That seems to be standard operating procedure these days. Do you suppose the search warrant included seizure of guns and ammunition in addition to spray paint? Yes, ******* media, these must be truly vile and horrid rednecks if they have nearly half a box of shotgun shells strewn about the house!

  • December 1, 2013 at 10:54pm

    I think it’s time for American women to stop living in this little fantasy world where “fat is beautiful” and thin or athletic women are to be hated and ridiculed. This mentality is used as an excuse by too many to completely let themselves go and have all the excuses they need to rationalize it. Face the reality, repent the sins of sloth and gluttony, and stop hating those who achieve what you have not. Simple Christian principles. Same goes for men with massive beer guts!

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  • November 21, 2013 at 1:59pm

    Texas-Freedom, the answer may be very simple–Reid and the C0mmies may simply have decided that, one way or another, they will never lose control of the senate again. That could happen in many ways, some more subtle, some downright violent.

  • November 9, 2013 at 10:33am

    Cruz Missile, I know what you mean–it’s nice to think the President should help set the moral compass for America. But Founding principles and the Constitution seem pretty clear–the government has no business forcing marriage laws on the states.

  • [1] November 6, 2013 at 2:24pm

    this debacle was very much the fault of the Virginia Libertarian Party and those who voted for Sarvis. The Dems did what they always do to win–they cheated, they stacked the deck, they bullied with big money. What did the Libertarian Party do? They ran a candidate who was backed by an Obama bundler and whose record placed him far to the progressive side of Cuccinelli, any why? Arrogance? Incompetence? Blind ambition? Deliberate sabotage?

    And what of all those who voted for Sarvis? Even the most rudimentary vetting of the candidates and application of intellectual honesty would have shown their “candidate” was a fraud, and that Cuccinelli would have been a better choice. Again, arrogance? Ignorance? Blind obedience to anyone with an “L” after his name???

    To the narrow-minded demagogues equating questioning the wisdom of a third party to supporting the “establishment” GOP, congrats on honing your Alinskyite skills, but they are ignorant and misplaced. The argument here is whether to establish a third party or to fight to take the GOP back from the Progressives. Cuccinelli represented a huge primary victory toward that end, and voting for him yesterday would have had the GOP RINO’s p**ing in their little pink panties.

    Instead today they are laughing at you and at all of us. NICE job.

  • November 4, 2013 at 1:22pm

    from 6 to 3 Republican to 5 to 4 Democrat. Yet the Libertarian Party authored proud articles in the wake of those election disasters bragging about how much of the vote they won.
    What exactly did the people of America or Arizona win thanks to rigid ideology taking priority over common sense? I am a conservative libertarian who hates the “establishment GOP” with passion, but I see nothing but harm coming from the arrogance and intolerance of the Libertarian Party in these cases. They seem to be too proud and too stubborn to stand down in close elections for the good of the nation–even when the Republican candidate is a small government Constitutionalist.
    In Virginia the Libertarian Party–and those who vote for their candidate based only on party affiliation–should be looking at the reality: that a solid conservative who would likely do a lot of good for the state and for the cause of small government is on the verge of losing to a corrupt progressive statist because their candidate, who is not even a libertarian, is siphoning votes from Cuccinelli. What good will their pride and ambition have done for the people of Virginia should that outcome become reality tomorrow afternoon?

  • November 4, 2013 at 1:21pm

    My two cents:

    Tomorrow’s gubernatorial election in Virginia is threatening to be a perfect demonstration of the disaster of having a 3rd party in an election. Currently just a few points separate the two main candidates–Terry McAuliffe, a vile, long-time leftist operative, and Ken Cuccinelli, a solid conservative with strong “Tea Party” beliefs and record as Virginia’s Attorney General–in spite of McAuliffe outspending Cuccinelli 10 to 1 and having the backing of all the national-level left-wing heavy hitters.
    And then there’s Robert Sarvis. Running as a Libertarian, Sarvis has anything but a libertarian record–by all accounts he is more a big-spending, big-government progressive than a libertarian–which has led many to conclude that he is in the race only as a spoiler to guarantee Cuccinelli will lose to McAuliffe. And indeed that appears to be what’s about to happen: latest polls show Sarvis has about 9% of the projected vote–likely more than enough to turn a Cuccinelli win into a McAuliffe theft.
    Should this come to pass, it will be far from the first time the presence of a Libertarian Party candidate will have helped propel a leftist progressive into power. In Arizona’s 2012 elections, two of that state’s 9 U.S. House seats were turned over from very promising conservative Republican candidates to extremely liberal Democrats thanks to the presence of Libertarian candidates in those districts, tipping the state’s House representation from 6 to 3 Rep

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  • October 1, 2013 at 3:10pm

    So they don’t have money to keep the monuments “open”, but they have the money to print up signs and put up barriers to make it clear tht they have no money? Another case of deliberate stupidity by this moronic government.

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