bass4funk's past comments

  • -7

    bass4funk

    Lol name one. Just one millenial.

    They rotated so much, can't remember, I guess because of their experience, LOL!

    Like Trump himself, his supporters are not afraid to slime truth and totally distort what actually happened. But then that fits the era's zeitgeist.

    The difference is, it's coming from the people, they don't have the backup and support of the media like the liberals do to drive home and compound the message.

    Trump's installing a team of billionaire elites from the US's big global powers.

    Great, with that clout, they can get stuff done. I mean, who wants to negotiate with someone that doesn't have strong business connections to negotiate and make deals that can be beneficial for everyone.

    In support of him they're already getting their followers to say conflict of interest is good for the nation, and the followers are going along with it. The followers have been empowered to get in line and are ready to be trickled down on. Gold's the color of choice.

    Ate some sour grapes?

    @Nishi

    Brother, it's over. Grab a beer, Obama is history and it's over and the pizza was excellent.

    Posted in: Promises, pomp and protests as Trump sworn in

  • -12

    bass4funk

    "And that's why I've assembled a team of billionaires, oil industry shills, media propagandists, and family members. Outsiders, you know, the forgotten people. We're going to make sure the people at the top get their huuuuuuuge tax cuts so that they can buy a new piece of beachfront property and a yacht. It's going to be beautiful."

    Yes, he should. Obama installed a bunch of smart ass talking millennials that thought they knew everything and they knew nothing and got us in the mess that we are in. I'm glad and it seems like levelheaded thinking people can understand Trump's picks, I'm glad he chose people with a lot of experience and yes, I am looking forward to tax cuts, to lowering the corporate tax rate and lowering the small business tax rate. I don't know any poor person to create a job. I'm also looking forward to the president signing and resending a lot of Obama laws.

    Whether he likes it or not he will have nobody else to blame, although I am sure he will try.

    I don't think he'll go the Obama route and for the next 8 years blame Obama for everything.

    Posted in: Promises, pomp and protests as Trump sworn in

  • -1

    bass4funk

    Oh and I sure am looking forward to the Supreme Court justice announcement in the next two weeks. I hope it's Ted Cruze!

    Or Judge Napolitano.

    Posted in: Trump pledges to unify U.S. on inauguration eve

  • -3

    bass4funk

    We just replaced a man of character and dignity with a cheap salesman with a temper and empty promises.

    That's the best comeback from the left?

    At least those American he scammed we're paid their $25,000,000 settlement from Trump U before he became president. I might disagree with Trump supporters here but I genuinely hope you don't ever find yourself in the same position.

    I think you guys on the left need a timeout and a nap and tomorrow all will be ok, just you wait and see.

    Posted in: Trump pledges to unify U.S. on inauguration eve

  • -4

    bass4funk

    It's official. American's long eight year national nightmare is finally over.

    Amen!

    No doubt America's arch-Leftists will seek to prolong Obama's failed presidency through more boycotts of Democracy and the democratic process. But unfortunately for them, Obama wasn't allowed to take the presidential phone and pen on the Oval Office desk.

    Bring on the executive orders!

    Long overdue and now we have something really positive to look forward to.

    Posted in: Trump pledges to unify U.S. on inauguration eve

  • -1

    bass4funk

    President Trump!! Yipee!!!!

    Posted in: Trump pledges to unify U.S. on inauguration eve

  • -4

    bass4funk

    The majority of the US electorate voted against Trump.

    In the coastal areas that's very true. But I don't go to the beach so often, so it's all good.

    More people voted for Clinton than Trump.

    In California, this is very true, but CA doesn't dictate and that's not our system, so anyway, it's over.

    Can I just clarify that reporting the views of those who didn't vote Trump is unacceptable?

    We go by the Electoral College system, so it doesn't matter.

    A march to discover the 'truth' about 9/11 ( or 7/11 in Trump's words)?

    ROFL

    Posted in: Trump pledges to unify U.S. on inauguration eve

  • -6

    bass4funk

    I watched BBC today. I thought they did a decent job. We are talking about a very divisive character becoming president having lost the popular vote. To ignore protests against this man wouldn't seem reasonable.

    Yeah, well that book is finished, over and done with! Let's forget the past and look to a brighter future, the Obama era is finally behind us!!!!

    The BBC is still doing their best to denigrate our next President.

    That's what the MSM do, wouldn't expect any less. Pathetic.

    Even showing clips of a speech by DeNiro. I really liked this guy, but not anymore.

    I wonder how many of them have Obamacare these hypocrites.

    Posted in: Trump pledges to unify U.S. on inauguration eve

  • -4

    bass4funk

    What, don't they count as part of the United States or something? Well, Trump might as well not bother talking about being a president for all Americans and unifying the country if there are attitudes like that going about.

    You liberals just don't get it. Those States can't dictate to the rest of the country who's going to be the next president. The Dems had a very bad candidate, pure and simple, also, Hillary didn't go to Wisconsin, NOT once, blew them off, calling the majority of Trump voters and even once Obama supporters that Trump flipped deplorable. That was another shot to her candidacy and that pissed off a lot of people. Anyway, that's not our system, millions of Americans weren't happy with Obama or Hillary, if they were, Trump would have never won Florida, Wisconsin, Michigan and Penn. Anyway, it's over and I need to get my pizza ready and pop that wine!!!!!

    "Stop the hate?" "Care about all races, including White people?" Sounds a bit PC. I thought you hated that kind of thing.

    Not at all, just hoping that liberals can stop the hate and then they can move up politically, some day. You going to celebrate today as well? It's a great day today!

    Posted in: Trump pledges to unify U.S. on inauguration eve

  • -4

    bass4funk

    Before a rightist chimes in with a 'who cares about celebs', just remember the GOP tried to get Justin Beiber for the convention but it seemed he saw it as beneath him.

    Thank God, they didn't, what an insult that would have been to the nation.

    Quite the thought. A man many Canadians see as trash wouldn't lower himself to the level of the GOP.

    No, just to the individual that BOOKED him.

    Posted in: Trump pledges to unify U.S. on inauguration eve

  • -4

    bass4funk

    All the liberals will never try to understand. They are too pissed off because now they might have to go out and get a job. No more Obama bucks. And it scares the crap out of them.

    Not just that, but at least that these disastrous 8 years are over, we can finally, finally get our country back and be proud and have a strong country again and NOT a country that is weak and the people are highly dependent on government.

    Posted in: Trump pledges to unify U.S. on inauguration eve

  • -6

    bass4funk

    Is it? Why? The President is someone the majority of Americans don't want?

    Sorry, but I'm not talking about California, NY or Mass. or some of the coastal areas.

    You don't think 2.9 million people who voted for Hillary Clinton will matter when it's time for the Mid-Terms?

    That's going to be a very tall ladder to climb and if the Dems want to win anything in the future, grandstanding, whining and frowning, protesting and being belligerent isn't going to help, Dems are already at a disadvantage politically, they don't have the numbers, if the Dems WERE doing good, the GOP wouldn't have majorities for a long time now. Obama is solely responsible for destroying his party. now they have to try and rebuild it and take it from there. Maybe if they get a message, stop the hate, stop talking NON-stop about climate change, focus on jobs, smaller government, lower taxes and self-reliant and care about the working man, care about all races, including White people, they just might win a few.

    They weren't looking too clever in 2000 or 2004 either. Look what happened in 2006 and 2008.

    ROFL! And look what happened in 2010 and 2014, 2016 and all the gubernatorial races. Shellacked to the max!

    Posted in: Trump pledges to unify U.S. on inauguration eve

  • -9

    bass4funk

    That is very impressive considering the attacks on him from the right ranged from the insane ( he's the anti-Christ ) to the plain ignorant ( he's a Muslim ) to the tabloid trash ( the birthers ). As that kind of stupidity and insanity can be disposed of like the trash it is, considered and thoughtful opinion against him isn't that high.

    Well, in a few hours we won't have to worry about the past anymore.

    A very decent man who was wise enough not to sink to the level of the trash attacking him.

    Uh-huh, lol

    The Democrats might start winning elections when the Electoral College gets fixed and the Republicans' $30m screwing around with House redistricting is undone.

    That will never happen. But if they ever win in the future and they can benefit from it, as God is my witness, they would never want it to change. Before this election, they never uttered a word about it and this was never an issue. Go figure.

    Admittedly some more inspiring candidates than Hillary Clinton would help. But perhaps it's not liberals you should be thinking about. Trump's election victory is not something to really boast about, given that he got less votes than the loser.

    I think it's everything to boast about and more!

    Yes, he won by the rules,

    And that's our system and nothing else from this point matters.

    it's all in the past, there's no point in complaining about it any more, etc etc etc, but what are all those people who voted for Hillary Clinton do when the Mid-Terms come around in a couple of years?

    I'll tell you what, at the rate the ways the Dems are behaving themselves, if they ever gain another seat it would be astounding.

    Perhaps all those conservatives who are feeling so pleased with themselves right at the moment should be keeping their fingers crossed that Trump and the GOP really do a fantastic job and the Democrats don't get their act together.

    You're right, but I also don't believe it's in the liberal DNA to restrain themselves from lashing out and to cut their vindictive nature. We will see.

    Posted in: Trump pledges to unify U.S. on inauguration eve

  • -10

    bass4funk

    It's weird all these people on the right telling the left not to do the same thing they just did for eight years.

    64 members boycotting the presidential inauguration, fine by us, but I really don't want the left to whine that they are for unity, absolutely not and as small their numbers are and they want to go up against a giant GOP base, well, good luck, the left is going to need all of it and then some. Even Obama and Hillary will be there, I'm not an Obama lover at all, but at least, he's adult enough to be the big boy in the room and Hillary as well. Kudos to them.

    Did they think the left wasn't watching or something?

    Hey, just a little advice, whether the left heeds it or not, I couldn't care less, I want the country to see how foolish these loons are.

    Posted in: Trump pledges to unify U.S. on inauguration eve

  • -13

    bass4funk

    Trump's made no effort to unify anything.

    That's what the partisans think, if the MSM were more fair and if haters would be serious in WANTING to be a unified nation, but because so many on the left hate him for whatever benign reason and give him a chance and overlook his flaws, you would see that he cares for the country and wants exactly that. I mean, the man met with Al Gore, come on, that says a lot that he's serious.

    He regularly insults people who do not support him.

    More, like he insults people that insult him first and don't even try, we can go on the net and find thousands of articles where the left have unleashed a slew of daily attacks and instead of judging the man and his efforts on what he wants to do, the left are seriously suffering from Trump syndrome and that's all they will ever see and in that hate and not to mention being sore losers, the only recourse is to insult and attack him and then when he strikes back, the left come unhinged as if Trump should take it. That just will never happen with Trump and good on him, why should he let the media define him even before he's sworn in?

    I don't think I'll ever really know if the believes his own bullshit or if he is just basking in the glory of speaking nonsense while people cheer.

    I thought the same about Obama, but with Obama, he actually believed in most of the garbage he was telling the people and the same goes for Hillary and that's why the left lost and good, they need a wake up call to bring their butts back to Earth and teach them a bit of humility.

    Obama was a much more credible man, much more genuine.

    And that's all he had to offer for 8 years: charm and nothing else and oh, a Nobel Peace Prize. I'm still trying to figure out for what though.....

    Posted in: Trump pledges to unify U.S. on inauguration eve

  • -15

    bass4funk

    Lowest popularity of any president-elect in history, hated by more than half the nation, hated around the world, and a complete and utter moron who has spent years degrading others... he's not bringing a thing together except people with stock in Twitter.

    Yeah, you just said things that ONLY the left care about. No wonder you guys keep losing elections, when you guys start focusing on issues that really matter instead of worrying who likes you, polls and worrying about what Hollyweird thinks and you might start winning some elections.

    Go Trump!

    Posted in: Trump pledges to unify U.S. on inauguration eve

  • -3

    bass4funk

    I'm talking about the idea of Trump the president as opposed to Trump the candidate. The statement by Barrack is basically saying that Trump will change his ways after entering office.

    I hope he doesn't change, that's the allure and NO, we are not talking about the negative flaws that he and all off us have, but the bluntness and his unwillingness to be apologetic to political correctness.

    I think any fair-minded person can say that Trump's Twiiter trash, birtherism, mocking of the disabled and the like wasn't what you expect from a president.

    You guys on the left ever get tired of repeating the same old tiring liberal far left talking points that have been continuously debunked?

    Do the Trump supporters think he can, or even should, change?

    God, I hope not.

    Posted in: Trump sweeps into Washington with a wave and a salute

  • -3

    bass4funk

    C'mon man, Trump casinos, Trump airlines , Trump University. As a super rich buisness owner he can afford to go off on stupid ideas. You want him taking chances like that as president?

    Oh, most definitely!

    Millions think differently and millions think the same way.

    People are going crazy for a reason, look at his cabinet picks.

    No, the left are coming unhinged because, they have to get off their ***** and work and at least we have a president that is NOT afraid to speak his mind and is politically correct.

    We all know that one man doesn't do it all. But this team he's putting together doesn't look promising either.

    To the Trump haters, yes, it probably does.

    Posted in: Trump sweeps into Washington with a wave and a salute

  • -5

    bass4funk

    I think the difference is that there were very few, if any, personal attacks on President Obama or his family. At least as far as Bass and I were concerned. However, the constant petty demagoguing of Trump is really getting tiresome. Enough of the small fisted rants and move forward. Criticize the man for his policies, fair enough. But the childishness and faux outrage needs to be curtailed.

    Excellent point. Because the media and Hollywood was so in love with Obama that they just couldn't past this guys ego and for all his mistakes, the MSM would never call him out on any of it, his fellow Dems would never criticize or acknowledge many of his mistakes and would attack or demonize anyone that did.

    Posted in: Trump sweeps into Washington with a wave and a salute

  • -5

    bass4funk

    But if you think he, as a person, has the capacity to run a nation, you're either trolling or delusional. But what's done is done. He's in. I hope for the best, but I am worried.

    Well, with all the businesses he owns worldwide, built an empire and was able to turn the political system on its head and win, millions would think otherwise.

    ...posters like you for the last 8 years?

    Like me? So now I'm the bad guy? Don't hate the messenger, hat the message.

    Turnabout IS fair play. Or are you aping Trump and saying you can dish it out but can't take.

    Unlike liberals, I'm not a partisan and if Trump does something that is bad when it comes to policy, I'll call him out on it and he should be held to account, but at the same time, the left is just going absolutely bat bleep crazy and instead of focusing on getting the country back on track, the left is more focus with taking him down. So once again, the important thing for the left is not unity, it's ideology and that's sad.

    Posted in: Trump sweeps into Washington with a wave and a salute

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