bass4funk comments

Posted in: U.S. appeals court says Trump cannot dodge foreign corruption lawsuit See in context

Is that like Trump screaming "Lock her up" (Hilary) when she wasn't guilty of a single crime?

No, except for the 33,000 emails that were deleted, hiding her private server in a restaurant, bleech bit and scrubbing her HD smashing her HD with hammers, if I or you did that with any government document we would be in prison, period! But if you don’t think so, then Trump is equally not guilty of any crime, he wasn’t convicted either. So both are innocent according to our judicial system.

Or like the Mueller investigation was a fraud when it roped in so many top level Trump guys?

But not Trump, that’s all that matters.

And that is what you did during the terms of Obama, for ten years. A prolific poster.

Exactly, What you guys are doing now?

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Posted in: U.S. appeals court says Trump cannot dodge foreign corruption lawsuit See in context

Infantile response as usual.

Says the people that whine and complain over every move the President makes.

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Posted in: U.S. appeals court says Trump cannot dodge foreign corruption lawsuit See in context

Seems to me that the people who are making comments like this are trying to say, "Two wrongs make a right" or "It the other guy does it it's ok for me too!"

No, more like, it’s strange how liberals are silent when liberals commit crimes or alleged ones, but are very critical when it comes to alleged conservative crimes. The hypocrisy is astounding.

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Posted in: O'Rourke's 'hell yes' vow to take away rifles worries U.S. lawmakers pushing for gun limits See in context

Will never happen, I dare, I double dog dare any Democrat to try and do that. I hope they try!

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Posted in: Biden clashes with Warren, Sanders on healthcare in Democratic 2020 debate See in context

and 27 million uninsured.

Then take care of the 27 million that are not insured, I don’t mind it and don’t think that helping those people is a bad thing, everyone else, leave our healthcare alone.

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Posted in: Biden clashes with Warren, Sanders on healthcare in Democratic 2020 debate See in context

Well I know you have no understanding what universal healthcare is. You can't speak for 80% of the people, only yourself.

No, the data speaks for itself. We don’t need that garbage.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2019/05/03/sorry-bernie-most-americans-like-their-health-insurance-way-it-is/?noredirect=on

https://news.gallup.com/poll/245195/americans-rate-healthcare-quite-positively.aspx

Will not resolve the current student debt crisis. The average student debt on graduation $100,000 to $200,000.

And most kids learn what Besides liberal arts? It’s all a big ripoff. Better off nowadays skipping University, you are not learning anything anyway. It’s also more about connections than anything else. Charlie Sheen, Felicity Hoffmann and countless others or how about Democrats...all of Al Gore kids went to Harvard...seriously? The same goes for virtually every liberal and their kids trying to get an Ivy League education. They all can get it, so easily, but the rest of us have to struggle trying to get in? Not buying it! People do whatever they want, I don’t care, but I think it’s all a waste. Save your money.

Only debt waivers will resolve the problem. Gun homicide crimes cost the country $229 billion per year. Get rid of the guns and use the savings for education. Learning instead of bullets.

Won’t happen and now even less after Beto opened his mouth without thinking. Thanks Beto, make it easy for Trump.

Universal healthcare and education is the way forward

No, it’s a way to destroying the nation.

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Posted in: U.S. appeals court says Trump cannot dodge foreign corruption lawsuit See in context

Corruption is very funny. Especially when your own team can get away with it. Tee hee!

Democrats have been getting away with it for years...

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Posted in: Biden clashes with Warren, Sanders on healthcare in Democratic 2020 debate See in context

American needs universal healthcare and education up to graduation levels.

No, we absolutely do not! Over 80% of Americans have and are very happy and content with their private employee based healthcare.

Student debts are now $1.5 trillion.

Talk to the Unions that support Democrats they should talk to them about lowering tuition and limit borrowing so they have less of a chance to rack up debt.

The two party system fails the people.

As if Europe is a smooth sailing ship. Lol

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Posted in: O'Rourke's 'hell yes' vow to take away rifles worries U.S. lawmakers pushing for gun limits See in context

Making prediction again. Your track record is poor.

No, it actually isn’t. Anyway, Beto has zero chances of becoming President, but he just woke up a hornets nest with that comment and that’s going to bite the Dems very hard, even Democrat voters in the Northeast That are gun owners and may not even like Trump.

Beto, my man....lol

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Posted in: Biden clashes with Warren, Sanders on healthcare in Democratic 2020 debate See in context

Setting aside the hyperbolic description of tax levels, we know this statement is utterly incorrect. Look at the countries with the highest quality of life.

It’s not only because of healthcare, there are other factors that are involved and need to be considered.

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Posted in: Biden clashes with Warren, Sanders on healthcare in Democratic 2020 debate See in context

Watch the predictions, Bass. Remember you backed Carson,

But I didn’t think he was going to win, I’m a fan though.

wrote Trump off as the leader of a lunatic fringe and said Clinton would win.

But I evolved and learned the error of my misguided ways.

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Posted in: Biden clashes with Warren, Sanders on healthcare in Democratic 2020 debate See in context

None of these people will beat Trump...or let’s just say in all honesty, Biden, Sanders and Warren won’t.

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Posted in: Huffman gets 14 days behind bars in college admissions scam See in context

Was she crying because she was remorseful or because she got caught?

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Posted in: U.S. appeals court says Trump cannot dodge foreign corruption lawsuit See in context

In a 2-1 ruling, a three-judge panel of the New York-based 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals set aside a lower court ruling that had thrown out the case because the people who sued could not prove they were harmed by Trump's actions and his role as president.

Yeah, good luck with that. Lol

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Posted in: O'Rourke's 'hell yes' vow to take away rifles worries U.S. lawmakers pushing for gun limits See in context

He and the Democrats just got ?Trump elected again. Thank you, Beto!

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Posted in: Mexico pushes back after top U.S. court favors Trump on shunning migrants See in context

In some ways the US is a 'safe country', in many others it's not. How many innocent people were shot down yesterday? How many millions of high powered weapons are owned by the public, many with mental problems? (Just ask the US right wingers) How many with mental problems still own bump stocks - even though Trump wanted them banned. I'm sure Texans find using bump stocks easier than using a lariat when roping their goats, but they still should follow their president's orders to help make the US safer

Uhhh...how does that relate to Mexico thinking it has the right to dictate to us who we should let into our country when they absolutely wouldn’t tolerate or deal with illegal immigrants? I know keeping the borders open is a huge cash cow for the Mexican government via repatriations, guess the Mexican leaders need to work harder at weeding out corruption and trying to make the country more legitimate and give their people real opportunities of work, wages and prosperity. The Mexican government would actually have to deal with this problem instead of deflecting the problem onto the US.

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Posted in: Trump mocks Democrats, vows new tax cut in trip to Baltimore See in context

Donnie had good reason to discriminate against black Americans,

It wasn’t just black Americans, but sadly, the Colombo mob family controlled the majority of the drug trade, they weren’t going to get involved in the main streets of New York so they need an ally and that was Frank Lucas and Lucas was the largest and most powerful black drug lord mafia associate at the time and most of the people that he employed were of course mostly black.

denying them housing based merely on their race.

Given the fact that New York had a record amount of our arsons and vacated buildings And drug dealers selling drugs and making drugs are these qualities in people shooting up, trump didn’t want any of that near his buildings and who can blame him and sadly the people overwhelmingly that were pushing adult and that was sitting in squalor and shooting up in selling wear mostly black, there’s nothing racist about it that were the facts.

Yet in same thread asks rhetorical question; I wonder why blacks vote for Democrats?

Ok, let’s focus, so how has the Democrat party life easier, better and more prosperous for Blacks in cities like Chicago, Baltimore, Compton, Oakland, Detroit? What progress have they contributed to the betterment of the community over the last 50 years?

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Posted in: Trump mocks Democrats, vows new tax cut in trip to Baltimore See in context

Is the man who says he supported denying housing to blacks demanding answers from me about why blacks aren’t more successful?

With good reason given the climate of NYC in the late 60’s and 70’s.

Why do they tend to vote Democratic?

I don’t know, so why is it that the black community under the Democrats hasn’t prospered in over 50 years, why? Why is it that 13% of the black population that votes overwhelmingly Democrat has the highest crime rate in Democrat controlled cities?

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Posted in: Mexico pushes back after top U.S. court favors Trump on shunning migrants See in context

The Mexican government protested and Central American migrants feared deportation back to their violent homelands on Thursday after the U.S. Supreme Court allowed President Donald Trump to slam the door on asylum-seekers at the U.S.-Mexican border.

Well the Mexican government doesn’t have a say in US politics. They always tell us to mind our business, that feeling goes both ways. Mexico absolutely doesn’t want to deal with the migrant issue overrunning their borders, I understand it’s overwhelming and we feel exactly the same way.

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Posted in: Trump mocks Democrats, vows new tax cut in trip to Baltimore See in context

Corporations, too. All headquartered in big blue cities and wildly successful. Why? Democrats.

You are right, so why are all the whites successful in States like California and NYC and minorities aren’t, but the Democrats keep harping that they care and that they are the party that can address the problems in their cities and that care over 50 years has shown itself quite vividly.

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Posted in: Trump mocks Democrats, vows new tax cut in trip to Baltimore See in context

America's large scale poverty, especially among inner-city non-whites, has to be understood historically as a complex dynamic that includes any number of elements shifting over time. So typical of Trump and the ruling class to oversimplify and blame one of the many 'others', in this case Democrats, they demonify so they can remove themselves from responsibility. Ruling class: own up to your roles in allowing rat-cities to exist. Trickling down on the population doesn't work. Start with that.

Duly noted, so how is it that blacks that live in overwhelmingly Democrat controlled cities have the worst poverty? Democrats consider themselves to champion of black uplift and progress, if so, why so much high crime and poverty and why is it that Democrats never address this problem and why is it that when asking these legitimate questions Democrats label people as being racist? Democrats care only about one thing and that’s votes. Minorities are an end to means for the DNP their very survival hangs on getting the black vote, if 5% of blacks were to completely switch to Republicans it would be very hard for Democrats to win, this is another reason why bringing in more impoverished minorities and offering them entitlements is so critical and that’s where the open borders debacle comes in and makes sense.

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Posted in: No more burgers and coke? Climate fears hit meat, drink sales See in context

There is No way on God’s green Earth that I would ever give up eating meat, but if people want to, their choice and that’s just more meat for me. I will cut down on my veggie intake that’s my contribution for the environment.

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Posted in: U.S. to ban flavored vaping products as lung disease cases surge See in context

This is just unacceptable.

Why?

I suppose like the opioids, many middle class and rich class addicts.

Very true for once.

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Posted in: NRA sues San Francisco over 'terrorist organization' label See in context

I'm glad that the NRA has been designated as a terrorist organisation,

Which is stupid, the very people that labeled the organization that has helped so many lives would never go after the organization were they to be elected President, but I get it, they want the votes, so it’s off to pander to their constituents.

because that's what it is. And NRA members are therefore, by definition, terrorists.

I’m a member and not a terrorist and pretty much everyone that is a member and we have all spectrums of race, creed, color and religion in our organization. Time to put the emotion to the side.

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Posted in: U.S. to ban flavored vaping products as lung disease cases surge See in context

Think how many will die without access to free healthcare.

Even with healthcare many more will die because even if they can afford it because they have money.

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Posted in: U.S. House panel debates gun control; Democrats pressuring Republicans See in context

A district that's been red since 1963 with Trump winning by 11%. You won by 50.7% to 48.6%. Please continue doing what you're doing.

That’s not good for Democrats, seems like they need to maybe rethink about holding the House.

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Posted in: U.S. House panel debates gun control; Democrats pressuring Republicans See in context

How's that GOP mental health legislation coming along? Still trying to kill Obamacare

It’s pretty much on life support at this point.

and Medicaid expansion so tens of millions of Americans lose their coverage?

What about the tens of millions that can’t afford that junk?

Lmao! Not even close, but feel free to continue believing this is why gun control is effective in Hawaii and not Chicago.

Chicago? Beg your pardon??

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2019/09/03/chicago-labor-day-shootings-7-killed-34-wounded-south-west-sides/2196851001/

And That’s just Labor Day. Thankfully Chicago is the safest city in America because of their gun control.

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Posted in: NRA sues San Francisco over 'terrorist organization' label See in context

well if you don't see that I guess you must be more blind than I thought.

Hardly.

$2000 Italian suits. $6.5 million mansion. Fast expensive cars. Private jets. $5 million salary (2015). Spent nearly $275,000 over 15 years at a luxury men's clothing boutique in Beverly Hills, California. $3.7 million retirement plan.

Then you must be outraged by this as well.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/report-planned-parenthood-hq-average-exec-salary-389-514

How about Union leaders?

https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/union-leaders-ceo-salaries-union-leaders-earn-more/

No wonder the NRA is near bankrupt morally and financially

It will never go broke just like PP and the Unions won’t go broke even with all the expenditures. You can point to both sides or something like this.

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Posted in: NRA sues San Francisco over 'terrorist organization' label See in context

The NRA members are the ones who should be suing their president for a refund.

Ludicrous! Why would we do that? We should sue SF. If they want a fight, they can bring it on. I’m a proud member and I will never let any liberal take my rights away especially as a law abiding citizen, I follow the rules and and we won’t be quiet and we will fight this. We want to sit down and solve this together, but not the way the Democrats want, anything that touches the 2nd amendment, buy back or toiling with are rights will not only get a fight, but their political careers will be in serious jeopardy.

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Posted in: Trump ousts hawkish Bolton, dissenter on foreign policy See in context

President Trump's administration has seen a considerable amount of high-profile staff turnover during its first year.

When you take the job, you serve at the pleasure of the president and if you don’t agree or your worldview doesn’t fit with the presidents word for you, then you should resign, that is what your job is to execute the ideas and worldview of the president he is the boss not the other way around and it is OK if you disagree with him, you’re free to go, you are always allowed to say your opinion, but the president doesn’t have to act on that opinion, but you cannot hinder the president because you’re not the president. If the president and this doesn’t matter Democrat or Republican whatever he wants to have it done, you do it and if you don’t then you are free to resign or be terminated which ever comes first.

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