bass4funk's past comments

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    bass4funk

    Probably because of this:

    http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/poll-majority-americans-dislike-hillary-clinton-donald-trump-n578926

    Posted in: Clinton promises steady hand in dangerous world

  • 1

    bass4funk

    Not only did he create many many jobs (both inside and outside the USA) he also has created sound investments. Now how about Trump and his investors?

    See, you made my point for me, either way domestic and internationally, he created jobs. Kudos.

    Posted in: Russia to U.S., Trump: Sort out your own pre-election hacking scandal

  • -1

    bass4funk

    2 confused & conflicting statements. Yet the former endorsed the latter. So which is? Deny crisis in America or keep a steady hand in a dangerous US / world?

    You would have to be a complete lunatic to vote for this crook

    Two more police officers were shot in San Diego, CA. Circumstances unknown. . . based on the turmoil, lawlessness and political climate in the USA, I'm willing to suggest BLM had an impact on the trigger puller. Yet again, posters will blame Trump or the NRA. Never religion nor ideology. Incredible ~~

    The liberals and the MSM are not going to talk about it, NO WAY and rain on their parade?? Funny, liberals didn't say anything in the last 4 days about radical Islam or address the issues of gangs, Black on Black violence, our crumbling infrastructure, the National debt, nothing. sure, the Woodstock fest was breathtaking, loved to see Perry and Lenny, but after that, short on substance, the woman is out of her element as speaker, she's not a great orator as her husband or Obama for that matter, she's not even funny, must've taken a lot of effort and sheer will power to put on a smile like that for a few hours. Give her props though.

    Posted in: Clinton promises steady hand in dangerous world

  • -2

    bass4funk

    And how many people move from Texas and every other state to California every year? Funny how your article doesn’t touch on that.

    No, don't try. As a native Californian, I see the demographics changing, you are having more foreigners coming in, which is a good thing, but as taxes are rising and people are struggling paycheck to paycheck, native Americans are leaving and most are being replaced by Asians, Chinese and Koreans to be exact and Indians other developing countries and now are working to move themselves up the economic ladder. People are tired of the crime, taxes, living costs, that is why you see a massive exodus to places like Texas or Arizona.

    Also, it's not surprising that the ALEC, an organization whose mission is "reducing regulation and individual and corporate taxation, combating illegal immigration, loosening environmental regulations, tightening voter identification rules, weakening labor unions, and opposing gun control" (from Wikipedia) has nothing good to say about California.

    If businesses choose to leave to avoid paying taxes, that's on them. Meanwhile, the numbers show that they do nothing for the middle and lower classes of the red states they move to.

    Uh..not true... http://www.forbes.com/sites/travisbrown/2015/06/22/low-taxes-and-economic-opportunity-in-texas-lead-to-youth-population-boom/#50a864ad1339

    It's funny that you accuse Clinton of being corrupt without addressing the root cause of corruption. It's the influence of money in our government and policies. Where does this money come from? The very kind of businesses that would rather pay off politicians in red states than pay taxes and workers in blue ones.

    I have been addressing Hillary's corruptions for years and years now. Pretty much all politicians are corrupt, but Hillary is the queen of sleekness and corruption,

    No need to mention how many of those people subsequently got laid off because the businesses tanked, of course. Oh yes, because working in the private sector automatically qualifies someone to be president, doesn't it. Just look at Dick Fuld, Bernie Madoff or Fred Goodwin.

    Compared to how Hillary left NY as a Senator, a drop in a bucket. Again, please stay focused, did Trump provide jobs or not, the answer is Yes, undeniable and factual, that's the only point I wanted to make as a private citizen, that's what he did, that some of his businesses failed is not the point of discussion. Also, I never said, working in the private sector qualifies you to be president, but that also doesn't mean, just because you didn't work in the private sector and worked as a government official it qualifies to be president.

    Posted in: Russia to U.S., Trump: Sort out your own pre-election hacking scandal

  • -5

    bass4funk

    And it was companies using his name anway and they did a very poor job at it (like Trump University or Trump steaks...snicker snicker).

    Sure, I get it, but he provided jobs, people worked, got paid, were able to put food on their table, let's stay focused for a moment, I am not going to dispute if the construction was cruddy or not, point is, people worked for a salary under Trump, that's the bottom line.

    His company is not even fortune 500 and he's not even one of the top family names in NYC (more like no. 5). Now compare that to the accomplishments of a real businessman like Gates and you will see that Trump is a poor....a very very poor choice for president.

    That was never the issue, Trump created jobs, we are not talking about fortune 500. Obama and Hillary NEVER created a job or signed a paycheck or worked in the private sector and the way Obama has been running the country, that's evident.

    Posted in: Russia to U.S., Trump: Sort out your own pre-election hacking scandal

  • -5

    bass4funk

    but you can't say the BLM is not a racist organization It was created because of the racist acts against blacks

    The shooter in Dallas admitted he was influenced by the BLM. Chanting: "What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want it? Now! or Pigs in blanket, fry them like bacon" isn't exactly a peaceful organization, in fact, one could say, militant in its message.

    Trump has created jobs at least What jobs? And how many? Compared to real businesspeople like Bill Gates (who would be a better president than Trump)?

    Over the years thousands: Construction, casinos, hotel resorts, golf courses, for his other apparels, wines etc. The point is, creating jobs is creating jobs, NOT government, private sector jobs.

    Posted in: Russia to U.S., Trump: Sort out your own pre-election hacking scandal

  • -5

    bass4funk

    And why not? Franked is NOT running to be president and Trump has created jobs at least. Hillary? Zero.

    Your mass exodus is an exaggeration bordering on myth. I don't think you understand the factors considered when determining economic success. Here's some information. Now be honest and tell me which states are doing better.

    No, it's not a myth, a few months ago.

    http://www.investors.com/politics/editorials/california-wont-fall-into-the-sea-its-moving-to-texas-instead/

    BLM being racist... Another view shared by David Duke and other racists. Talking about race does not equal racism, especially if the ones talking are themselves victims of racism. Accusing an entire ethnic group of being criminals and racists on the other hand...

    I agree, but you can't say the BLM is not a racist organization when they are responsible for getting a bunch of officers murdered. It boils down to this, either you want Hillary or you want Trump, chicken or fish, those are your options, so if you want more government, entitlements, more wages down, stagnant growth, racism, division and the same foreign policy a GDP below 0.3 sluggish, and the same policies over the last 8 years, vote for Hillary, if you want something different, new direction, someone strong and has the fortitude to create jobs with a proven record and fix the problems of the last 8 years, vote for Trump.

    Posted in: Russia to U.S., Trump: Sort out your own pre-election hacking scandal

  • -4

    bass4funk

    I'm just surprised that this is even news. This world is just going totally downhill.

    Posted in: Melania Trump's website deleted

  • -10

    bass4funk

    Another thread where Trump "supporters" work to remove Trump from the conversation.

    Did he do something wrong?

    It's not racists. Its the truth. What's really alarming is how the Democrats rigged the primaries. Why aren't any posters like you raising your eyebrows? Look at what's going on outside DNC. Its a sea of madness.

    THAT'S what I really want to know!!

    Posted in: Russia to U.S., Trump: Sort out your own pre-election hacking scandal

  • -8

    bass4funk

    Yup. They should've not bothered with celebrities if that's the best they could do. Lol... Scott Baio.

    Then the Dems should have told Stuart Smalley to stay at home then. ROFL

    Well, Al Franklin is in the senate because the people keep electing him. Judging by his high approval rating, they seem satisfied with the job he's doing.

    It's a blue state, what do you expect?

    And the GOP may have come around now, but the fact that they were the party that welcomed homophobes (i.e., religious fundamentalists), not the LGBT community, in the past is not a myth. Saying otherwise is just not being honest.

    So then you support the Democrats embracing and owning up to their racism. You guys do advocate honesty, so do I.

    Posted in: Russia to U.S., Trump: Sort out your own pre-election hacking scandal

  • -8

    bass4funk

    Thanks for your honesty.

    No problem, I always believe in being honest, I just wish Hillary would as well.

    Actually, she's a Republican. Like many Republicans in America, she votes against her own interests.

    And libs don't?

    I wonder why the RNC didn't invite her. They thought Scott Baio was good enough. Lol... Scott Baio.

    Wait a minute, you guys are laughing at Baio. We have a former SNL washed up NOT even funny comedian/actor in the Senate, now that's the real joke. Also, If Jenner wanted to go, he can go, No one was stopping him. Trump was the first GOP to insist that the LGBT community need to be protected, the myth and lie of liberals thinking that the GOP is homophobic was finally put to rest with that comment and you can hear the applause indicating that the people agree, if they didn't, they would have booed and they didn't.

    Posted in: Russia to U.S., Trump: Sort out your own pre-election hacking scandal

  • -9

    bass4funk

    Yes indeed. Talk about digging a deeper grave for himself.

    That's why Hillary is lacking in specifics because she knows if she opens her mouth, she's actually lacking in it.

    After this election is over, we'll probably find out that Trump was asked to throw his hat into the ring with the main aim of destroying the GOP. He's already succeeded. What's sad is that so many Americans (the less intelligent ones) are that gullible.

    Not so sure about that. You could make the argument about Hillary voters being gullible, because having the first woman as president is more important than the actual woman or her lack of policies.

    Here we see the Republican deciding to talk about what he supports about Trump. And as you can see it's mostly just fuzzy, emotional catchphrases that he most likely made up on the spot that don't have much meaning at all.

    I am not a Republican and there is nothing emotional or cerebral about what I'm saying, but on the other hand, you liberals are getting sweaty feet because you have a candidate that is highly unpopular and one that people can't trust, has a problem with blue collar men, veterans and you guys don't want to face reality or deal with it.

    And a few seconds later he falls back into the regular grind about Hillary. Trump has him by the balls. He supports a man he doesn't like.

    So what you're saying, we should give Hillary a pass because you guys do? Again, I have yet to see liberals criticizing your candidate about something, anything. You never in 8 years criticized Obama, so why would you start now?

    Posted in: Russia to U.S., Trump: Sort out your own pre-election hacking scandal

  • -10

    bass4funk

    Well you have the wall and the attempt to ban immigrants, but beyond that I don't see Trump supporters talking about Trump at all.

    What are Hillary supporters talking about? You know this BS talk of the Democrats and the anointed one claiming that everything with America is ok is a complete and outright lie. ISIS, battling radical Jihadism, The National debt, the ongoing racial problems that are dividing us, crumbling infrastructure, out of control welfare, the creation of high paying jobs, problems with Russia, China, North Korea, printing more and more money, absolutely nothing from the Dems! No talk, No mentioning of these issues, just a bunch of stars trying to revive Woodstock with songs and more flower power!

    When he does something really stupid we have to endure a massive spike in Clinton references as conservatives try to steer every conversation away from Trump, even on articles about Trump. And more than a few of them went on record saying how much they dislike him before they realized he had them by the balls as the nominee. Now they're just kind of stuck and all they can do is go after Clinton, so that's what they all do every time in every article every day.

    I think they realize, Trump is the guy to take a wrecking ball and destroy this thing we call the Washington Elite. For liberals it's a scary situation, if Trump were to become president, liberals would actually have to get a job and start to work and contribute to society.

    This is Trump's problem. His lack of knowledge of how the world works and his desire to say sensational things will most likely cause issues should he become President. We can't have a President shooting his mouth off then coming back the next day to change his story. Governments react to that, and so do markets.

    So you are saying having a woman that has a untrustworthy record, one of the highest and is unlikable and with the track record she has with emails, servers and people dying on her watch is better hire for this job, because you guys don't like Trump's outbursts? Remember, the markets and Governments react to this as well. It goes both ways.

    I'm not too worried about his actions. There are enough people around to stop him from doing something too dumb.

    Many of us feel the same about Hillary.

    It looks like he hasn't picked much of a team to surround him, but that might change. You never know. But I can't imagine his mouth will change and that would cause a lot of head shaking and embarrassment for us as a country.

    Let's hope he gets more vocal.

    Posted in: Russia to U.S., Trump: Sort out your own pre-election hacking scandal

  • 1

    bass4funk

    Kanye?? What the heck is wrong with people? Long time ago the MTV awards was prestigious organization that awarded highly talented musicians based on their talents and creativity skills. Does Kanye have ANY talent at all besides this annoying big mouth?

    Posted in: Beyonce, Adele, Kanye West earn top nominations at MTV Video Music Awards

  • 4

    bass4funk

    Basically, we are not going to change anything and we should get used to dealing and living with these sporadic and periodic Jihadist attacks. Pretty much the translation of all of that.

    Posted in: Merkel: Germany 'will manage' challenge after attacks

  • -7

    bass4funk

    Questions? You mean she lied about it. No biggie. She's married to Trump, the biggest liar of them all.

    Hey, they all lie. But Hillary is the queen of lies, nothing new here, time to move on.

    Saw a funny meme today that said something to the effect of, "Michelle Obama had the best speech at both conventions!"

    That would depend on which side of the fence you're on. Some papers and other media outlets say Obama, Clinton, Biden, others say, Sheriff Clarke, Trump Pence.

    Posted in: Melania Trump's website deleted

  • -1

    bass4funk

    What on earth are you even talking about? How did you get the idea anyone thought Trump wanted Hillary to win? Don't you think it's pretty obvious from the fact that he's running against her that this is not the case?

    Meaning, liberals are claiming that Trump had a hand in releasing those Wikileaks files, if the liberals can prove it that Trump had a hand in all of this, of course that would put Hillary in a better spotlight and make her out to be the victim.

    I just bet he wouldn't if he didn't think he could get away with it. Where does he say what he wants? At press conferences, on Twitter, at rallies? He never has it thrown back in his face, and if it is he whines like a baby about how mean everyone is to him. In a more hostile environment he wouldn't have the guts.

    Well, at least he's vocal about it. If it's thrown back in Hillary's face, she will either completely shun you, NEVER will talk about it publicly and as anyone knows, if you have lived long enough and know anything about the history of the Clinton's, it's a fact, you go against them and there are serious repercussions, quietly, but surely. The Clinton's are very vindictive people, always have been. So while they might not cry like a baby in public, behind the scenes, there will be a lot of cursing, threats and intimidation that will take place.

    See? There it is again. More words, but none to criticize Trump. Isn't this getting kind of weird?

    Just stop! I never seen any of you liberals come to criticize Hillary or Obama for anything.

    And they will respond to my message by....not criticizing Trump heh. It's just the strangest thing. We all know they don't support what Trump said, yet they will stay here and respond to my comment and not say anything about what Trump said. And it's all of them. Literally all of them. Isn't that creepy?

    And that's your personal opinion. You don't for any of us, just because you don't get an answer doesn't mean that any of us support or denounce what Trump said. Why don't you guys criticize Obama for his gaffes? God knows he has more than a ton of them.

    Posted in: Obama boosts Clinton; Trump talks emails and Russia

  • -6

    bass4funk

    Still no criticism of Trump by the right for his comments encouraging an enemy to hack us. Does that mean he got away with it?

    At this point, what difference does it really make?!

    but many here defend him as a smart and informed man.

    Yup.

    By calling on Russia to hack Clinton, he escalated the conflict far beyond what reasonable Americans think is acceptable. Of course he has a rabid fan-base that will support him on anything, but the swing-vote is what a politician needs to win, and though the undecideds may think Hillary's politicking reeks of corruption, they're far more concerned about a politician calling on a foreign power to interfere in our domestic affairs.

    And your proof of that is?

    Posted in: Obama boosts Clinton; Trump talks emails and Russia

  • -11

    bass4funk

    How about Trump's racially-driven birther movement?

    Back in the time machine again?

    How about a large number of conservatives believing Obama is a Muslim? How about a large number of conservatives believing Obama is the anti-Christ? That's right.

    Given his actions with many of his policies, you have to wonder.....

    They think he is the actual spawn of Satan. I think you'll find conservatives are no lightweights in the hate division.

    But Dems take the record when it comes to extreme hat, violence and difference of opinion.

    Posted in: Obama boosts Clinton; Trump talks emails and Russia

  • -12

    bass4funk

    He is indeed speaking the truth. It's... "refreshing" to read that a US presidential candidate thinks hacking is okay. He's admitted that he condones crime. Liberals and democrats should be ecstatic.

    I know liberals are not good with humor like I always said. He was joking and EVEN if he wasn't, why on Earth would he want Hillary to win? Then he should just hop over to hang out with everyone at the DNC. I would not have said it in the way he did, but that's Trump, he says what he wants and that's why so many people like him. People are wise of this game and they are tired of Hillary and tired of this failed presidency.

    @MarkG

    Without a doubt.

    Posted in: Obama boosts Clinton; Trump talks emails and Russia

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