bass4funk's past comments

  • -2

    bass4funk

    America has been in a war every decade since it's founding except for the 1930s where they couldn't get out of bed with defecating on their own feat

    That's the price you pay for freedom.

    Posted in: Congressional panel predicts China will keep confronting U.S.

  • -1

    bass4funk

    Jeeze Obama if you don't get what you want you shoukd threaten to shut down the government and default on the debt. Everyone knows that....

    That won't happen, the Republicans are not going to fall for that bait again.

    Posted in: ABC, CBS, NBC decide not to broadcast Obama's immigration speech live

  • -7

    bass4funk

    It seems many here didn't even bother to read the details. Laguna pointed them out. Obama didn't just suddenly let all illegals stay in the country, he let parents of those who are in the country legally stay. And not even forever, they are only getting a permit to stay and work for three years.

    So it's ok for Obama to change the laws on his own, bypass congress and give amnesty to people, the majority of them by breaking the law, illegally and jump to the front of the line to people who have done nothing but follow all the rules and have been waiting for many years justifiably and these people can get screwed??!

    From the way some of you are talking, it sounds like you think he just said 'let in anyone and everyone with no checks whatsoever.

    Actually, he did.

    And if you are thinking that way, it shows that you don't care about the details, you are just opposing it because Obama proposed it and for no other reason. Just like the Republicans have been doing for the past six years.

    All of a sudden, this president has a change of heart and cares about the illegals and their status and he just had a change of heart. the Republicans wanted the border sealed, Obama did nothing, they would have gladly worked with him on immigration reform, provided he just seal off the border completely, that never happened and now he just wants to give a pass to the illegal aliens and act as his so already bestowed title as the anointed Sainted one.

    Posted in: Obama spurns Republicans with immigration orders

  • 3

    bass4funk

    If that's NOT a clear indication of media bias, I don't what is. The proof is definitely in the pudding.

    Posted in: ABC, CBS, NBC decide not to broadcast Obama's immigration speech live

  • -4

    bass4funk

    I'm always struck by how bright the sun is in Japan... well compared to Scotland anyway ^_^

    In the Western parts of the U.S., the sun is extremely bright, brighter than Japan. My eyes are very sensitive towards light, but JAPAN is not that bad, but I still need to put on my shades usually except on cloudy days, but how some people couldn't care less about their eyes baffles me. Eye doctors in nowadays in Japan thankfully are teaching people the importance of eye health and the care and protection of the human eye. I'm a pretty big guy and when I wear my sunglasses, I can always hear people whispering under their breath, "that guy looks scary." I don't mind, I'm more worried about my eyes over someone else's ignorant comment.

    Posted in: Why aren't sunglasses as popular in Japan as they are in Western countries?

  • 2

    bass4funk

    Pick any major issue and you'll find that's the problem.

    Yes and as long as the Dems retain the power status quo, it will always be a problem and a major issue.

    Dems only controlled the Senate, not the House, which is populated with politicians (mostly Republicans) who pander to bigoted constituents.

    Really? So how has the Democratic party helped Hispanics and Blacks who have voted for Obama and the Dems and have suffered miserably during the last 6 years under this president?

    Posted in: Obama to unveil plan to fix 'broken' U.S. immigration laws

  • -2

    bass4funk

    The fact that you try to rebut so many of my points is that you feel they are logical, rational, and therefore worthy of rebuttal.

    Actually, I dont, that's your interpretation of the facts.

    It is very unfortunate that I can't say the same about any of your illogical rantings.

    Most ideological liberals say exactly the same things, where I come from, we call that denial.

    Earlier in this thread, which readers can verify, you claimed that President Obama and AG Holder were after a "literal lynching" of Wilson. Does any adult in America have to be instructed on just what those words mean?

    I stand by my comments and I meant what I said. Yabits, if the truth hurts....

    More important, what is being sought by the vast majority of people who are engaged in this on the side of the dead kid is for charges to be filed against the police officer, and that he go to a formal, public trial.

    Thank God our justice system doesn't work the way you or other liberals wish it to work, but the way our founding fathers intended to work.

    I find it fascinating that a formal trial by jury, the hallmark of our legal system, would be equated by some with lynching. There is no rational discussion to be had with those who take that view.

    Translation: if anyone doesn't think Brown was a gentle giant, even though he bashed a cop, the heck with you all.

    Posted in: Missouri governor declares state of emergency ahead of ruling on Ferguson shooting

  • -4

    bass4funk

    I have not read of any independent eyewitness to the event to felt the shooting was justified. So much for your "poll

    Just because YOU don't believe it, doesn't mean,cthe shooting was NOT justified.

    The more I have learned about it, the more I have come to see the grand jury process -- as it is currently implemented in the vast majority of the United States -- is woefully inadequate and a prime reason why our justice system is in such horrendous shape.

    Now you know you would have never said that if the events would have gone your way, knowingly. Come on, Yabits. Lol!

    If they are composed of people as clearly as deficient in their ability to think and to reason as the person whose post I am responding to, how would any person be satisfied with where it could lead? Mental defectives on juries might return a verdict or two that I agree with, but I'd never like the fact that they sit on juries in the first place. Why do I say this? Your very next paragraph

    You just did a Jonathan Gruber.

    The cashier did not witness the shooting. There were two white construction workers -- not part of the neighborhood -- who did, and what they tell matches what the other eyewitnesses have said: Brown turned slowly after running with his hands raised in the position of surrender. The cop never shouted any command that Brown could comply with -- he just kept shooting at him as Brown was going down to the ground on his hands and knees, exposing the top of his head to the line of fire. Every single witness who saw it has been traumatized by it. None of them have Brown -- who was 100 feet from the officer's vehicle, turning back to rush at the officer.

    And you still don't definitiv know all the facts and are equally in the dark as we all are.

    It is a sign of really deficient thinking, given way to wild flights of fancy, to believe that somewhere there exists a witness who saw something completely different than these six or so independent eyewitnesses -- and I'm excluding Dorian Johnson along with the officer -- but who is just too afraid to come forward to tell it. As one of them is heard to say, just minutes later: "They shot him for no reason."

    From the looks of it, it seems like Wilson had every right to use justifiable force, given the circumstances.

    This would indicate that the cop's state of mind was agitated -- and he was not in complete control of his emotions. Brown didn't "walk away" -- all eyewitnesses (and the police) report them running. Why does Ulysses say "walks?" My guess is that there is nothing more repulsive and worth of the death penalty to her than a big black guy who stands up to a belligerent cop and just "walks away." Defy and disrespect a stupid cop and just walk away.

    Or that the Black was belligerent in thinking he had every right to disobey an officer, thereby sealing his own fate.

    As soon as Brown broke away from the vehicle and was on the run, we have an entirely new situation. The cop was now on the pursuit and in no danger whatsoever for his life.

    There were two shots fired in the officers vehicle, meaning there was a struggle and gun residue on Browns clothes, close encounter, seems like he was in danger.

    He had not yet made the decision to fire the fatal shots. At this point, he has no reason whatsoever to use deadly force.

    After being pummeled by a giant kid, he knew he probably wouldn't survive another attack leaving him with no choice, but to use deadly force.

    And so, like the shattered eye socket lie, the racist supporters of the cop -- the ones who simply can't bear the idea of a big black guy smacking him and getting away with it -- have to concoct a new lie: After being shot at least two or three times, and running away from the cop, Brown decides to turn and attack him.

    So what about the lie about the thug being a gentle giant, innocent and incapable of harming a fly? The racists would try to have you believe that in painting a solid picture that Brown was the innocent victim, when the truth of the matter is, Brown had full control over the incident which ended his life. Either Brown was a complete idiot, incompetent or just didn't care.

    Unfortunately for the racists, not a single eyewitness -- and there were over six of them, from different races -- who clearly didn't see that. They saw a guy shot, arms in the process of being raised to surrender and then slumping to the ground, exposing the top of his head to the line of fire

    Complete conjecture, we have no idea if he had his hands up or not, even Dr Baden said so. Either way, the race agitators care only about one thing, divide and polarize the country and lynch a possible police officer that from what it seems to be an innocent person that did what he was supposed to do.

    Posted in: Missouri governor declares state of emergency ahead of ruling on Ferguson shooting

  • -2

    bass4funk

    Yes, the store clerk "backed off" because he headed to confront Brown again. (Brown's prior "brush-aside" barely dissuaded him.)

    Ok, so that's what you think you saw.

    You used the term "to lethal effect." If the clerk was not physically injured in any way, there was no "lethal effect." As for the crime of shoplifting, it either has to be witnessed by someone who makes an arrest, or the store has to file charges. None of that happened. Without a formal charge being filed, the police can't hold a person on an allegation of shoplifting.

    Yes, they can, if the officer feels that the person is in any way a possible suspect, they are allowed to detain an individual for a certain amount of time, if their is probable suspicion. Also as big and huge as Brown was, whether the store clerk was injured or not, he was being shoved aside with Zero regard for the clerk, cocky and confident. That in itself is a physical assault.

    This is not theory; it's reality. At the federal level, less than one in 2,000 indictments are overturned by a grand jury. Some protection. The concept and actual practice of grand juries has to be revisited. It should be left to idiots who believe that they're working just fine.

    If there is pause or they can't prove that there isn't enough evidence to issuing an indictment then why should the GJ NOT overturn an indictment?

    Witness that this is bass4funk's impassioned justification of Klan activities. Notice also that anyone who believes there is probable cause for a public trial is actually supporting a "literal lynching." Imagine that: secret tribunals controlled by one person are acceptable, but public trials are not.

    So when many on the left and racists like Sharpton, Jackson, Holder scream racism, its justifiable and factual, but where was your outrage when last month a Florida elderly was trying to help feed the homeless and the man was threatened with being arrested for breaking the law. I had no idea, feeding the needy is a crime. Where were Sharpton, Jackson and Holder? Oh, I forgot, the man was White, that's out of their sphere.

    Thank you JT for articles like this. At least we have a place for discussion. I don't care how tall or big the person is, as someone wrote, shooting is no substitute for the law and the right to a fair and unbiased trial. We are not supposed to have police officers who gun down people, except in self defense. An 18 year old young man was killed.

    How so? You may not care, but the other person getting slam down might think otherwise. A police officer has every right to use force on an individual if his life or the innocent people involved are being assaulted. Wilson had every right to defend himself against a thug who decided to take it upon himself thinking he could bully and pummel anyone he wanted and get away with it. Brown was responsible for his own death, had he listened and followed the officers orders, he might very well still be alive today.

    Posted in: Missouri governor declares state of emergency ahead of ruling on Ferguson shooting

  • 1

    bass4funk

    Note that the only element actively threatening violence is the Klan -- who are staunchly supporting the DA and the police officer. Like white racists everywhere, they believe the unarmed 18-year-old being executed in the street was what he had coming to him.

    And then you have racists like Holder, Sharpton, Jackson and Obama that support the literal lynching of Wilson regardless whether he was justified in shooting Brown or not.

    An organized group of computer hackers have hacked into the KKK's account and has been publishing the names of the members of this shadowy group in the St. Louis area. Wonder if any cops will show up on the roles.

    Funny thing is, when you look at the Democratic Party and many of the pundits on msnbc trafficking in racism is a daily mantra.

    Posted in: Missouri governor declares state of emergency ahead of ruling on Ferguson shooting

  • 4

    bass4funk

    What does "allegedly speaking" mean? There is not a single American walking the streets today who is an "innocent angel." Does that mean it's perfectly justified for cops to execute them?

    After what happened last time and from past historical racial events, it would be wise to caution on the side of error, rather than to be sorry.

    More incoherent babbling. There were Caucasian -- you know, white -- construction workers who saw the events unfold.

    And many of the testimonies of these and others were thrown out.

    Were they part of an "entitlement culture?" Those construction workers have reported that Brown turned to surrender with his hands raised and the cop just shot him down like a dog. If you advocate killing people like dogs, don't be surprised when some turn to bite you.

    How do we know that when these people were vetted that their testimonies didn't hold up? Or that they saw something completely different altogether.

    Posted in: Missouri governor declares state of emergency ahead of ruling on Ferguson shooting

  • -5

    bass4funk

    Good luck with that.

    Posted in: U.S. base relocation opponent elected Okinawan governor

  • -2

    bass4funk

    Of course you didn't explicitly say the U.S. occupation of Okinawa was better than the Chinese or North Korean. But your logic boils down to this conclusion whether you actually said it or not.

    Which is not a bad situation when you really think about it in the bigger picture of logic.

    Posted in: Okinawans vote for governor with Futenma base as focal point

  • -1

    bass4funk

    I'd like to see these so-called stats. I'm guessing that a very, very tiny percentage of those who go to help have this problem. Not the high probability stated here:

    Only a complete fool, would even think about putting themselves in that kind of situation.

    Posted in: Beheading of U.S. aid worker in Syria draws condemnation

  • -2

    bass4funk

    Better us then the Chinese or the NK. * LOL. On what basis can you say so, -- that the U.S. occupation of Okinawa is better than the Chinese or North Korean? At any rate, you have admitted that Okinawa is being occupied by the U.S., thus its military colony.

    I never said that, I meant if you think or the powers that be think that Okinawa is a part of the U.S. territory which is preposterous to say the least. Having said that, the Okinawa people live in a democracy and as to what the politicians in Tokyo and Washington decide it is still under a country that has freedom to do as they wish. It matters not if you or I like it that Okinawa is caught up in the middle, but the reality is, that's how it is and that's how it will be.

    Posted in: Okinawans vote for governor with Futenma base as focal point

  • 0

    bass4funk

    Better us then the Chinese or the NK and I'm not trying to be cynical about it.

    Posted in: Okinawans vote for governor with Futenma base as focal point

  • -1

    bass4funk

    Sure enough, you were just telling the truth, but what is that truth about? Isn't it about the U.S. greediness to keep the bases here forever regardless of whether there is a "China or North Korea threat"?

    Mostly about NK and China and maybe a small percentage of mistrust, but don't quote me.

    Posted in: Okinawans vote for governor with Futenma base as focal point

  • -2

    bass4funk

    he knows how white society will treat him if they hold him responsible for the indictment of Wilson.

    Good excuse.

    A few months ago, I was willing to give the D.A. the benefit of a doubt.

    From what it looks, you should be happy that the D.A. from what it seems is doing the right thing and instead of building a lynch mob for Eric Holder (next to Sharpton as being THE most racist AG ever in US history) to possibly push to indict what now seems to be a justified shooting.

    I was never "so confident." That is yet another of your many fabrications.

    No, from your constant rant, it did indeed appear so that you were very confident and now your tone is more reserved.

    You were corrected on that once before, but you still persist in presenting it, which means you don't know much about integrity.

    No, Yabits, it means, you just got caught. Lol But nice try.

    I never used that word. Keep digging. You simply are not able to grasp the reality of the situation, which is why you keep having to fabricate things.

    I never said you called him that, I did. But it seems like your anger would depict him as one. I completely grasp the situation and the reality and that is, officer Wilson MIGHT not be the so called murderer you claim him to be because the evidence from the looks of it, regardless of what YOU might say doesn't hold up and pass the smell test factually or to bring about an indictment to arrest Wilson.

    Posted in: Awaiting Ferguson grand jury, activists drill protest tactics

  • -2

    bass4funk

    In this case, the grand jury would have to defy a D.A. who has refused to indict when faced with clear probable cause. The odds against that are extremely high. This D.A. doesn't care a whit about the lives and people of Ferguson.

    So basically, now that more than likely there might NOT be an indictment against Wilson, the D.A. Just doesn't care about the people of Furguson, but a few months ago, you were so confident that the D.A. was doing the right thing and that charges will stick and that he's a stand up individual and really cares about the people, so now because he might NOT get indicted, he's a scoundrel? So which is it, Yabits?

    Posted in: Awaiting Ferguson grand jury, activists drill protest tactics

  • 0

    bass4funk

    The issue being contended in this election is of course the Futenma relocation, not the U.S. bases ingeneral If bass4funk keeps insisting that no single base can be removed from Okinawa and therefore that Futenma's replacement must be built within Okinawa, he would be a troglodyte, saying things only out of greedy motivations. His China and NK threats are mere justification for camouflaging the real intentions of his and his cronies'.

    Troglodyte? I was just saying the truth, it doesn't matter what I think OR what you want, I'm just telling you, it's not going to happen, it just won't. I'm just being a realist and if you can put the emotion aside for a moment, I'm right or do you seriously in all honesty think that the bases will be relocated to some other area in Japan or maybe the mainland? Good luck with believing that.

    Posted in: Okinawans vote for governor with Futenma base as focal point

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