Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Bazzo Says: For Democrats, Sanders Is the Right Choice

Bazzo Says:

Last week I urged Republican voters that on April 19, they should cast their vote for Trump and I explained why. Because the Democrat primary is just as important, I would like to explain to Democrat voters why they should cast their vote for Sen. Bernie Sanders.

I admit up front, unlike others in the media, that I do not want the Democrat candidate, whoever it is, to win in November. However, that does not mean I do not respect the process. I also know and pointed out last week that these New York primaries are actually meaningful for the first time in many of our lifetimes. It is not already a foregone conclusion who the nominees will be and your vote actually matters.

Now, I know some of you are saying that I want Sanders because he would be the easiest to beat in November. If that were true, I would encourage you to vote for Secretary Hillary Clinton. Polls show that in a match-up against either Trump or Cruz, Sanders wins by a wide margin. I do not include Kasich because I do not believe he will be the Republican nominee. Polling about him is irrelevant because he is the one least known about by the Republican electorate. If what was known about him were common knowledge, Republicans would conclude he would be more comfortable running as a Democrat for his record is not—I repeat, is not—what he says it is. So, the best Democrat candidate in November is Sanders in head-to-head polling match-ups.
Any Democrat that votes for Hillary Clinton can never demand honesty from an elected official ever again.

Now I know for a voter in New York, on either side of the aisle, honesty is not really a requirement. You can see this in the latest budget that has no reforms in it in spite of the fact that New York leads the nation in convicted officials. Then, when reform is talked about, it is campaigns being publicly financed. Yeah, right! We are going to let these crooks legally get their hands on even more taxpayer money. Look how public finance has worked in New York City. Most of the corruption there is candidates misappropriating matching funds for personal use. Also, polling shows that 48 percent of Democrats would still vote for Clinton if she were indicted.
Read through my archives, I have never written a bad word about Sanders as a man. He is the real deal; not a phony. He is a true believer and I respect that, and so should you. He puts to bed the myth that all politicians lie and will say anything to get elected. Hillary, on the other hand, is the poster child for pandering politicians. In fact, if you look up pandering in the dictionary, her picture is there. I disagree with his solutions, but to disagree is not the same as disrespect.

All you Democrat voters who voted for Zephyr Teachout in last year’s gubernatorial primary should be the first to vote for Sanders because they are of the same cloth, just as Cuomo is of the same political phony cloth as Hillary. So, if you want your candidate to actually try to get implemented what they campaign on, if you take your issues seriously, then you must vote for Bernie Sanders.

Why Democrats, up and down the ballot, must lose

According to The Daily Caller: “The Obama administration released a warning Monday, telling the nation’s landlords that it may be discriminatory for them to refuse to rent to those with criminal records.” Yep, that’s right. Also, there are no exceptions. So this includes murderers, rapists, pedophiles, burglars, and drug peddlers, to name a few.
According to the story: “The Fair Housing Act doesn’t include criminals as a protected class, but the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) says refusing to rent based on a criminal record is a form of racial discrimination, due to racial imbalances in the US justice system.”

What they are saying is that because we are racist in our DNA, as the president has said, this has led to a bunch of unfair convictions of the innocent. The presumption is that a great percentage of African-American criminals are actually innocent. They’ve been railroaded. So a third party, not involved in any way, shape or form, must by dictate—make no mistake; that’s what it is—a third party must bear the brunt and repercussions and consequences from nothing they did.

Next up from the Daily Signal, and again proving that Democrats are trying to criminalize honest disagreement: “16 Democrat AGs Begin Inquisition against ‘Climate Change Disbelievers.” Just a little history, in 1478, the Spanish Inquisition systematically silenced any citizen who held views that did not align with the king’s. Now, we have a new inquisition underway in America in the 21st century. We are now going to treat climate change as an absolute, unassailable fact, instead of what it is: An unproven, controversial scientific theory based solely on computer models.

The story points out that even here in New York: “Speaking at a press conference on March 29, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said, ‘The bottom line is simple: Climate change is real.’ He went on to say that if companies are committing fraud by ‘lying’ about the dangers of climate change, they will ‘pursue them to the fullest extent of the law.’”

This is why you must not, no matter how well liked the candidate is, if they are Democrats, they must be stopped up and down the ticket, for they will fall in line and continue to rule over you and make it a criminal offense if you oppose them and their will. Think Obamacare: Fines if you do not submit. Now, rental units and climate change disagreement.

Now you know why I said last week that Trump is the man these times call for. Please understand, what he says about certain women is not nearly as dangerous as the actions these Democrats are doing or will be doing unless stopped. You must put more emphasis in actions and consequences than words.

This is what I say. What say you?

Obama Admin Tells Landlords They Can’t Refuse To House Criminals

16 Democrat AGs Begin Inquisition Against ‘Climate Change Disbelievers’

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