User Profile: Jeff Bassett

Jeff Bassett

Member Since: June 12, 2011


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  • [3] January 30, 2015 at 9:33pm

    Martha Patzer, the firm’s vice president who served as deputy email director at Obama for America.
    Jesse Boateng, who served as the Florida voter registration director for Obama’s re-election campaign.
    Ashley Bryant, who served most recently as the Ohio digital director for the 2012 Obama campaign.
    Max Clermont, who formerly served as a regional field director in Florida for Obama’s re-election campaign.
    Max Wood, who served as a deputy data director in Florida for the 2012 Obama campaign.

    This is a very organized group intent upon unseating Israel leadership using US tax dollars, this is a impeachable offense.

  • [4] January 30, 2015 at 9:31pm

    Well hold on, Obama past election chief is not the only one trying to deride Bibi:
    Besides Bird, the 270 Strategies team includes the following former Obama staffers:
    Mitch Steward, a 270 Strategies founding partner who helped the Obama campaign build what the U.K. Guardian called “a historic ground operation that will provide the model for political campaigns in America and around the world for years to come.”
    Mark Beatty, a founding partner who served as deputy battleground states director for the Obama campaign. He had primary responsibility for Obama’s election plans for the battleground states.
    Marlon Marshall, a founding partner at 270 Strategies who joins the team after holding several key positions in national Democratic politics, most recently as deputy national field director for the 2012 Obama campaign.
    Betsy Hoover, a founding partner who served as director of digital organizing on the Obama campaign.
    Meg Ansara, who served as national regional director for Obama for America where she was responsible for overseeing the 2012 programs in the Midwest and southern states.
    Bridget Halligan, who served as the dngagement program manager on the digital team of the 2012 Obama campaign.
    Kate Catherall, who served as Florida deputy field director for Obama’s re-election campaign.
    Alex Lofton, who most recently served as the GOTV director of Cleveland, Ohio, for the 2012 Obama campaign.

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  • [4] January 30, 2015 at 8:53am

    I voted Perot based on principle but it really ended up being a vote for Clinton. But in all honesty, if Bush is the front runner, I would have a very hard time convincing myself to go out and vote the Rhino ticket. I don’t want to vote for the lesser of two evils. If the GOP does not put up a conservative ticket, I am not voting.
    Boehner’s allowing the Obama 2015 budget was the final blow for support of the Rhinos for me. His anti Tea Party anti conservative rhetoric now is ******* me off as well. Works not words are proof.

  • [27] January 30, 2015 at 8:07am

    I am surprised at the negativity at Mitt.
    He is one of the only candidates to have ACTUAL business experience. With that experience, he has turned around failing businesses and organizations such as the Salt Lake Olympic games which was on it’s knees when he took over and turned it around. Reagan as well made three attempts at the presidential bid but when he finally got into the running…
    And to note, the GOP was horrible at supporting Mitt’s run. They never got campaign material out, I paid on his web site three months in advance and never got what I paid for. The GOP convinced him they had a voter turn out program that would get republicans out to vote but it was never tested and an election day failed to work. All organized by the GOP party. Mitt’s failure was because he trusted the wrong advisers who did not want to really see a conservative win the Rhino ticket.
    Mitt did great in his first debate being conservative until he was told by his advisers to tone down the conservative talk. It was too much for his Rhino advisers again and that was his failure to not recognize what the real people of the GOP voter base wanted.

    As for Obama, he is a blowhard bully, all talk and no results with the ability propped up by the press to build himself up by tearing apart others with baseless words. A typical liberal who gets away with such because there is no one to call him on it. And when like in the CNN moderated debate, the media covers up for Obama.

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  • January 24, 2015 at 9:04pm

    Mr Moore, the first time Jesus came here, he came as the lamb.
    The next time he comes, he comes as the lion, looking to let out a roar at people just like you, to answer your question. So what would Jesus do, fight evil and the likes of you.

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  • [-1] January 19, 2015 at 11:04pm

    Only because they choose to turn away from what is in front of them.
    Here is your absolute solid archeological evidence.
    Don’t let that pesky bias get in your way.

  • [1] January 19, 2015 at 9:27pm

    I have not seen Noah’s ark with any documentation or archeological evidence. But I believe in it with my faith.

    I have seen the evidence of exodus first hand with my own eyes watching the Mountain of Fire documentary. I wonder if you might be afraid to confirm that the exodus happened by watching it.

  • [1] January 19, 2015 at 9:21pm

    I always wonder why people want to blame God for bad things.
    We are children of God, we are just beginning and like any child, you have to experience the bad with the good. Bad things allow us to decide whether to choose good over evil, to strengthen ourselves through diversity, to learn how to deal with the bad things in life and to go forward. It is what people need to create the appreciation for life, freedom and to pursue happiness, to look to the good and work towards making the world a better place by denying evil. To experience the responsibilities and consequences when we don’t do what is right, to understand that ethics, principles, morals are important and there is a reason for such. Life is unfair for a reason, bad things happen for reason and learning to center on the good versus the bad is what makes us great. The strongest people in history, our heroes, overcome diversity, hardship. The bible is God’s wisdom on which path we should choose to follow and why.

    But I think we are surrounded with so many gifts, life and wonders, some forget just how rare and valuable life is.

    And as a child, we are meant to make mistakes and hopefully learn from them. We need the grace and forgiveness as there are consequences for our actions. God gave his only son to balance those mistakes and as an example of what we should pursue. To be a light upon this world, to become something greater, see the wonders this life offers. Choose wisely to live life.

  • [1] January 19, 2015 at 8:37pm

    In the video, Cornuke and Williams do not claim to be the first to find Sinai. But what is so special is to see the video of all the site. To see the route and with so much evidence presented for anyone to see, makes it beyond any shred of doubt, on the archeological confirmation of Exodus through that location. To see that with your own eyes, there is no other source that shows that for everyone to see. The local people there have known about the mountain for ages, Saudi Arabia has fenced it off for their own obvious reason and does not want the world to know. Hats off to Ron for pursuing it, as well to Tim Mahoney for bringing this to the forefront of the public attention. It saddens me to think that there are those who push the story of Moses aside when it was a pivotal time in mankind’s history. For anyone of faith to not look astounds me, it gives me chills to see it as presented.
    Deuteronomy 6:4 notes that we are to seek God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might. Jesus noted it was THE most important law to follow.

    I don’t know how people would not want to see The Patterns of Evidence, the actual site in Mountains of Fire, to confirm that faith with their own eyes. Unless they are afraid of doing so for the responsibilities it brings upon them to actually live their faith.

    Thanks for the above reference, I read it more thoroughly.

  • [1] January 19, 2015 at 6:58pm

    If you really want solid evidence, go to youtube and watch Mountain of Fire. They located the real Mount Sinai. You see the fused black mountain top, Moses cave of Elijah, the alter of the golden calf, the sacrificial alter, The split rock that produced a river of water, the inscriptions, the pillars of Moses, the warning rocks placed around the mountain and quite a bit more. BY FAR, the most stunning absolute archeological evidence of The Exodus. If you want your faith strengthened, you have to watch that documentary.

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  • [3] January 19, 2015 at 5:00pm

    The problem with Moore and other liberal progressives is that they believe in moral equivalency. They don’t see the difference between good and bad, because character, ethics, principles are not important. It is just the circumstances that matter to them and as such, they can justify any action around their ego centric narcissistic mentality. If you have ethics, one cannot justify the stances they take, a moral code boxes them in.

    Instead, they can and do anything the want to and cut down anyone who stands up to justice and honor when it rubs against their own wants and needs and agendas.

  • January 18, 2015 at 9:14pm

    Hats off to his Guardian Angel, Kaleb Whitby, you are one Blessed person. :)

  • [2] January 18, 2015 at 8:35pm

    It’s a shame any US soldier was killed in WWII. They were killed by evil axis soldiers.

    It’s a shame Micheal Moore cannot understand that American snipers are the good guys taking out evil people.

    But being a liberal progressive snot, all he understands is moral equivalency. He cannot see that good people sometimes have to takeout the bad guys. He cannot understand that there even are bad guys as we are all equal just with diverse issues. A mental moron, feel pity for the dope. Unfortunately, many liberals progressives cannot grasp that concept. Quite a few don’t want to as they would then understand how evil they themselves are, as Ronald Reagan often observed and noted.

  • [12] January 16, 2015 at 1:30pm

    Did Coach Anderson do something wrong? No, not by the rules of the game or district rules, otherwise the referees would have stepped in.

    Did Coach Anderson play with sportsman ship? No, that was flat out a beating. He could have at some point called a time out and went to the other coach to discuss how he could “scrimmage” his players to help the other team learn better skills. That would be the “nice thing to do” but it was not required of him.

    If there was no rules prior to the game on a cut off for excessive leads in points, his suspension is absolutely uncalled for and the school should revise the ruling as well rules of play.

    As for Chung, 2 points in an entire game? He should be suspended permanently if he is going to blame and complain about those he is responsible coaching to play to that level. Classic progressive liberal whining there Chung.

  • [3] January 14, 2015 at 8:10pm

    Well Gosh, look how brash Islamic leader Anjem Choudrey was. Bet he never takes back his words, Israel should not either.

    His quote:
    “This is the second intervention by Choudary since Islamic terrorists launched the devastating machine gun attack on Charlie Hebdo that left 17 dead and many more injured. Soon after the murders, he issued an open letter in which he said: “Contrary to popular misconception, Islam does not mean peace but rather means submission to the commands of Allah alone. Therefore, Muslims do not believe in the concept of freedom of expression, as their speech and actions are determined by divine revelation and not based on people’s desires.”

    This is not something you can hope to integrate with as they want to assimilate all societies or kill anyone who won’t. When you are confronted with such a fascist killing theocracy culture, the only alternative is to wipe it out before it wipes you out.

  • [17] January 14, 2015 at 4:59pm

    It’s hard to compromise when Israel wants peace and the Arabs wants Israel annihilated. Meeting in the middle comprises don’t work with that type of Islamist mentality.

    Islam assimilates, it never integrates. Either you convert or die. In a nation that has a small percentage, they will stall, lie negotiate until they have the means to attack and take over or attack and then call bias against their theology. In history of every nation it enters, this is the rule and the results. Once it takes over, you convert or die. This is not a culture that respects others, it is evil flat out that has no respect for anything other than itself. Jimmy Carter with his narcissistic egotistical attitude fits right in until he is the minority and then they will wipe him and his supporters out as well. .

  • [4] January 13, 2015 at 10:54am

    Did you know Persia was renamed Iran, Aryan in Arabic, after Hitler visited the king of Persia. Many Islamic schools in the US tout that they are of the Aryan movement on signs in front, have one a few miles from my home here in Ohio.
    Did you know the first phone call Obama made after getting elected was to Turkey?
    Did you know Turkey is right now calling for war on Israel with the Islamic states?
    Did you know Obama organized Arab Spring, which eliminated neutral leadership in the middle east with Islamic extremist?
    Did you know Obama has back stabbed Israel several times during his presidency, funded political movements against Netanyahu to have him loose his position, illegal by the way.
    Did you know Obama has opposed Israel getting military funding and arms shipments?
    Did you know Obama has funded Islamist extremist bent on destroying Israel?
    Did you know Obama and the democrats have pushed the most in laws against Christianity and Jews here in the US? Eliminating bibles, crosses any mention of Jesus in the military?
    Did you know Obama grew up under Marxist parents, teachers and went to an Islamic school?
    Did you not notice The attack at Fort Hood or Boston attack, Obama calling them workplace attacks and domestic attacks rather terrorism?
    Did you not notice the US not being at the Paris rally against Islamist terrorism?

  • [1] January 8, 2015 at 8:49pm

    Don’t worry, it was predicted as a sign of the end times, much larger things to start worrying about.
    You just have to look at the big picture.

  • [5] December 18, 2014 at 4:44pm

    The US has tried to integrate China’s economy to avoid such a war.
    But our values on humanity are different and if a terrible economy occurs, then that tie that binds removes the only thing holding back China on a military basis. Make no mistake, China’s leadership is very war hawkish and most of the military leadership has had to be held back from aggressive moves against the US in the past decade. If we have a economic collapse, then those old world historical values of “Resources” become the primary issue and history has shown such to become a primary reason for war. China has been very aggressive with the south seas around Japan as of late as well talking about such things as trading Los Angeles for Taiwan. Because it’s not about the human loss, its about the resources gained. These are very dangerous times and with other threats to the US, again with nations that do not share our values, this makes this extremely dangerous.

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  • [14] December 18, 2014 at 4:36pm

    Actually, this has implications of both the Democrats, in particular with Clinton released technologies illegally to China, but also on a broader scale with the Bush’s policy to integrate China into the new world order through the economy. The Bush’s had been ambassadors to China and felt the best way to avoid war was by opening up the economies and technologies to China.
    The culture is different, our values are not the same and the New World Order touting Moral Equivalency does not work with a nation that does not value humanity at large. That is the problem with dictators, progressives, liberals, communist, they look at people as numbers and ask can we: trade Taiwan for Los Angeles?
    Which brings us to the crux of this issue, that our government at large does not represent the people they are elected to represent and they themselves have lost perspective of the global picture trying to bring world governments together. The latest example is of the newly elected Republican house and senate caving on the budget. The reason they have the largest change of power between the two parties was to put a stop to such.
    Until the citizens start to elect people who truly care and value the values this country was founded on, this country is at huge risk because countries like China and those in the middle east have a skewed view of what conventional and unconventional war brings. Both countries leadership lack perspective on reality and that’s extremely dangerous.

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