Deadforgood comments

Posted in: Democratic U.S. Sen Kamala Harris jumps into 2020 White House race See in context

@bass

Moving up with blacks and hispanics?? You mean the Russian blacks and hispanics?

What?

This is where you post a poll, but you won't because you always talk about how you don't trust polls...So no clue what you are talking about.

More right wing biased news sites. First thing that comes up when searching IBD, "questionable right wing news". Glad you were able to copy and paste from it, likely without reading it to thoroughly.

Nothing on Washington Posts page notes Trump as the catalyst for economic growth...

I'm not saying Trump is a marxist, but his goal of shutting down foreign job positions, border taxes, etc do come pretty close to some of the marxist ideologies, not to mention already tested and failed U.S. strategies such as the NIRA.

Can you do something other than copy and paste a response next time?

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Posted in: Democratic U.S. Sen Kamala Harris jumps into 2020 White House race See in context

@bass

These were already Blue States to begin with, you guys always think you’re so slick, no one anticipated Trump was going to get those States and even though he did, there’s always a chance they can flip, these are the things you need to consider and they have, but give the fact he polls well with Republicans and now moving up with Blacks and Hispanics slowly, it won’t be easy for any candidate, especially these loose ends and this is the thing and something liberals can never understand, now I’m not saying he’s unbeatable, but with the with the Marxist clown car these people are driving add to that they dwell in the socialist hemisphere. The economy is everything and no matter how pretty or young Harris might be, big businesses which I’m sure you are aware by no steer the country and if the economy stays on this trajectory, it’s going to be real hard to make a case, Hillary couldn’t and the way the Democrats have acting, all loony and out of control, talking more and more about socialism is not going to get this corporation supporting her or any other socialist Democrat.

Two very long run on sentences...Not sure if you're trying to be misleading or confusing.

Moving up with blacks and hispanics?? You mean the Russian blacks and hispanics?

I dunno man, Trump's economy might be pretty dark very soon...Big businesses know all about Trump's ability to bankrupt himself over and over again. They didn't support Trump because of his "expertise on the economy" (cause he has none). They supported Trump because he promised to sacrifice the middle/lower class for the sake of big business and making the few that matter to him rich. Now he needs a wall to save face with American steel companies or he will lose their support. He's probably already promised them and started working on contracts to build it.

I'm also not sure what you mean by liberals driving a marxist clown car. In fact, I don't see republicans doing it either outside of Trump. He seems to be the only one trying to get rid of capitalism or American Democracy.

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Posted in: Democratic U.S. Sen Kamala Harris jumps into 2020 White House race See in context

@texasA

No, you are allowed to challenge Harris's political stance of course...but you sound pretty silly trying to argue her citizenship. Birthright citizenship still exists in the 14th amendment, I guess you skipped that part...Or maybe you're just looking for a reason to justify your racist ideals...using the derogative term "anchor baby" is racist too btw. Nobody screaming here, just calling you out for what you are. You sound a little bit like Steve King, “White nationalist, white supremacist, Western civilization — how did that language become offensive?”

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Posted in: Democratic U.S. Sen Kamala Harris jumps into 2020 White House race See in context

Deadforgood: The hate will continue.

wolfpack: Exactly.

So you support hate rather than finding a leader that could help repair the nation and stop hate? I'm not saying Harris is the right pick, she probably isn't. But insisting that Trump, who will continue to push his hate inducing political agenda, should remain president isn't helping your argument much...

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Posted in: Democratic U.S. Sen Kamala Harris jumps into 2020 White House race See in context

Considering her parents were not natural born U.S. citizens in the 1960s (having first come here on student visas), she ought to consider running as America's first Anchor Baby to seek the presidency. That would be Harris' best (and only) chance to sway us undecided voters in the flyover states to cast our ballots for her.

Essential racist banter, of course. I don't even know enough to support Harris but, this is basically white supremacy banter and a poor excuse to dismiss a vote for her...Nice of you to show us your white hood @Texas A

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Posted in: Giuliani backtracks on comments Trump sought Moscow deal throughout 2016 See in context

He probably would be better off being deaf and mute if he plans on continuing a career as a lawyer.

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Posted in: Democratic U.S. Sen Kamala Harris jumps into 2020 White House race See in context

Trump hates anybody who isn't a white Christian and thinks woman are sex toys. He supports racist affirmative action policies. He is humorless, mean, and apt to accuse those people he hates ( see above) of crimes that are unsupported by all available evidence. As such, he the worst nominee for any time ever. There is a small chance that he will not be arrested and continue his presidency. This will sustain the current status quo in which more than half the nation hates the President and the remaining support the President in cult like fashion. The hate will continue.

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Posted in: Trump says no amnesty for 'Dreamers;' signals support in broader deal See in context

@bass4funk

It takes time, years, for economic policies to have an observable effect. What we generally are seeing now is a result of Obama's era, outside of the stock market (That I'll give to Trump, a little bit uneasy but not doing bad currently). I imagine we will begin to see the effects of Trump's policies on the economy in the next 1 to 3 years...and you can be assured that if the shutdown continues, the effects on the economy won't be too great.

Have you ever taken a class on economy or business? It's a pretty general concept, results don't usually happen over night.

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Posted in: Trump says no amnesty for 'Dreamers;' signals support in broader deal See in context

The talking point now is that the barriers she voted for in the past are now immoral

The barriers voted for in the past have been built. Where has she even considered the idea of these being immoral?

You can't even compare the barriers designed in the past to what Trump's wall is projected to be.

compromises that would provide them relief.

What relief? He's offered no amnesty with a 3 year extension over an already agreed 2 year extension. Makes absolutely 0 difference in the grand scheme of things.

Btw, I feel comfortable saying most of the anger generated in America is a result of Trump's acceptance of xenophobic morals and yearnings for an isolated America. Seems like the MAGA caps are more and more becoming a symbol for white supremacy than "Nationalism" if that is what you would like to call it.

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Posted in: Giuliani says Trump pursued Moscow tower throughout 2016 See in context

Does Giuliani actually think, or does he just move his mouth? It seems like he contradicts 93% of everything he says. Alas, Trump supporters will continue to believe he's just been misinterpreted (even though he should be a competent English speaker given his political background and experiences). For how could Trump ever do anything illegal, wrong, or immoral? The only arguments I see these days for Trump are "what about Hillary" and "Liberals hate Trump", "MSM is lies!" or "Witch Hunt!". Can these people not do any better? These are not arguments worth bringing up, they have nothing to do with the case on Trump. I could give you an argument worth defending him on, but that would be giving you too much rope.

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Posted in: Trump stops Pelosi from using military plane for overseas trip in shutdown fight See in context

8TToday

The left have gone so far left that soon they will go back to the right.

That's a bit of a generalization. You could also argue that about the right but that wouldn't be true either.

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Posted in: Trump stops Pelosi from using military plane for overseas trip in shutdown fight See in context

@black sabbath

Yea but the trump supporters will argue that she doesn't need to be in Washington so she can use military aircraft. Which makes no sense to me, especially when they also claim Pelosi should be flying economy on Delta to visit troops in Afghanistan. Why doesn't Melania fly Economy on Delta. I doubt she ever has.

Does Delta even fly to Afghanistan? I have my doubts, anyone care to look that up?

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Posted in: Trump stops Pelosi from using military plane for overseas trip in shutdown fight See in context

@blacklabel

You're a little late to the conversation...

Hasn't Trump been using military aircraft to travel around the world during the shutdown as well. Shouldn't he be required to stay in Washington as well to solve the shutdown?

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Posted in: Trump stops Pelosi from using military plane for overseas trip in shutdown fight See in context

Been channel surfing the liberal cabal cable "news" outlets all night watching the full-on head exploding being broadcast over the democrats being grounded by our POTUS while enroute to their government plane for a tax payer funded PR junket. Absolutely hilarious to watch. The fact that the dems and their enablers within the DNC media industrial complex are sooo mad shows that President Trump made the right decision.

I'm not sure how to take you seriously anymore...No liberals I know are "sooo mad" and the fact that you think angering other American's is the right decision for the president to make is an immature way of thinking that doesn't solve anything. Also the fact that you get off channel surfing liberal cable till sunrise is a little strange too. I imagine most productive people would have something better to do than watch the same thing all night. Like sleep, or watch something else, or go out with friends.

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Posted in: Trump stops Pelosi from using military plane for overseas trip in shutdown fight See in context

@mocheake

Yea, try to have faith. I think there are good people on both sides of the political spectrum. Though I find it very difficult for me to ever 100% support the GOP until they start working on smarter gun control and lose their religious stance they hold on many ideals.

Unfortunately for now, the only option I have is to support the people opposing the ideals I fear will turn America into an even more xenophobic country with no culture, backbone, or respect.

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Posted in: Cohen says he rigged online polls for Trump in 2014, 2015 See in context

@plasticmoney

I'm surprised you did that! I was thinking there is probably a post about Trump's rant shaming the FBI for raiding Cohen's apartment with Bass supporting Cohen and Trump but alas, I'm too late. Nice 1.

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Posted in: Cohen says he rigged online polls for Trump in 2014, 2015 See in context

@bass

What's YOUR point? That if media can spread fake news, its OK for you to be hypocritical?

How much do you love Trump? You've been following him and his lawyer before he even began running for office? I doubt very many people even had heard the name Cohen up until all these allegations started coming out. Seems pretty strange that you were checking up on Cohen and his practices years and years ago. And this man you call greedy and cut-throat was great friends with Trump. In fact, held very similar morals as Trump and obeyed his orders with diligence. There is no difference in their capabilities to be pathological liars. Trump has always been a greedy slime-ball who reeks of gluttony and self indulgence.

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Posted in: Trump stops Pelosi from using military plane for overseas trip in shutdown fight See in context

@wolfpack

What are you talking about? Dems offered a compromise deal. Multiple times. Trump said no, multiple times. No compromise, that's Trump. He's the one who won't budge on 5.7 billion for a wall. He won't accept a 2.5 billion wall funding with 1.6 billion for tech/agents. They've already something like tried this, and trump said he'd veto it...which is why Mcconnell won't do anything. Needs to keep himself in Trump's graces for his own re-election in 2020. I guess he's banking on Trump staying in office.

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Posted in: Trump stops Pelosi from using military plane for overseas trip in shutdown fight See in context

@wakarimasen

Good point.

Why does Trump need to give his speech at the U.S. capitol? Written Report?

Why does any politician need to go anywhere outside their office for these meetings then? Why are you only singling her out?

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Posted in: Cohen says he rigged online polls for Trump in 2014, 2015 See in context

@bass

Trump has also been labeled as/proven to be a liar. Yet you're still here, being hypocritical...

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Posted in: Trump stops Pelosi from using military plane for overseas trip in shutdown fight See in context

@serrano

How will he give it if he's not invited? He clearly can't write his thoughts out well enough to make an impact in a written report, and he can't give the SOTU at the border because it wouldn't be before a joint session of congress...Do you know what the SOTU is?

Should Trump fly Delta too? In Economy?

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Posted in: Trump stops Pelosi from using military plane for overseas trip in shutdown fight See in context

@wolfpack

It wasn't a limo, it was an air force bus.

Why would she cave, she's already missed the flight. Not like inviting Trump is going to change that. You do understand what's going on, no?

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Posted in: Cohen says he rigged online polls for Trump in 2014, 2015 See in context

I forgot to mention Trump's history of lying, cheating, stealing, losing.

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Posted in: Cohen says he rigged online polls for Trump in 2014, 2015 See in context

@bass

Trump has made more than 6,000 misleading statements/lies since his inauguration. But you still take his word for it. Are you just trolling us all, secretly hate Trump but wanna stir up the pot?

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Posted in: Trump stops Pelosi from using military plane for overseas trip in shutdown fight See in context

Also,

Two years of anything accomplished, is going down the drain. His so called "200 accomplishments" are going to start floating away.

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Posted in: Trump stops Pelosi from using military plane for overseas trip in shutdown fight See in context

They are both acting like children but I have to say, Trump's the antagonist in this situation. He could have used the opportunity to be humble, not retaliate with an "eye for an eye" tactic. The shutdown does no good to either party, it's not going to get Trump his wall, and it's not going to get democrats any support from Trump's base. They have already shown their willingness to give their own money for his wall, so not receiving pay and losing their jobs is just another way of "sticking it to Pelosi" as some of you say. Anyone that thinks that is a positive way to structure your political bias, and show your support for your country is a complete imbecile. Keep walking backwards.

What we can say for sure is the longer it goes on, the worse the economy during Trump's presidency will become. If it continues to drag out longer, we will probably begin to see a recession or, even worse, another depression. Trump probably doesn't want that on his hands...It doesn't really matter where the blame is placed ultimately, because as the president, his duty is to protect, serve, and "make America great again". Failure is coming. It's Trump's presidency, it's Trump's shutdown, and it's Trump's failure. You can't put that on anybody else. I know some of you will say, "oh, but its the dems fault. They could re-open government. Just give Trump the funding". This is the worst lazy excuse I've heard in ages...As the president is supposed to lead the country, find common ground, and make the country stronger. He's only torn it further apart.

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Posted in: As shutdown lingers, Pelosi pushes Trump to delay State of Union speech See in context

I imagine it would be a financially idiotic for AT&T to host Trump to give a speech unless McDonald's, Wendy's, and Pizza Hut agree to sponsor it.

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Posted in: As shutdown lingers, Pelosi pushes Trump to delay State of Union speech See in context

@fizzbit

You think that this is an "extraordinary Occasion"? No President has ever given the SOTU during a government shutdown. Not so extraordinary, and not happening.

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Posted in: As shutdown lingers, Pelosi pushes Trump to delay State of Union speech See in context

@fizzbit

I also forgot to mention, as Pelosi seems to suggest, the president can deliver a SOTU address in writing as well. He just can't deliver it on the house floor without an invitation. So he can do that as well. He should probably spell check it though.

 The Constitution calls for the President to “from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union.” During the 19th Century and up until the presidency of Woodrow Wilson, these annual State of the Union messages were delivered to Congress in writing.

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Posted in: As shutdown lingers, Pelosi pushes Trump to delay State of Union speech See in context

@Texas A

I really don't understand what you mean, completely bizarre statement with no context to the article or posters comments...

Also, can you show me where she said "saying security for Americans is immoral"? I highly doubt that actually happened.

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