User Profile: OniKaze

OniKaze

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  • [2] November 26, 2014 at 10:24pm

    Officers should have come, figured out what was happening, and simply left the situation be for another 20 min…

    This man is a did what needed to be done… Shame his 12 year old daughter ended up in the whole thing to begin with….

  • [3] November 26, 2014 at 10:02pm

    MESSAGE TO FERGUSON RIOTERS.:

    If your tired of the “man” looking down on you and treating you like an “animal” then please for your own sake stop acting like one…

    If you act like a liar, people will begin to treat you like a liar (unless your Obama).. Act like a Jerk, and people will treat you like a jerk (unless your Obama)… Act like a 2 faced idiot who doesn’t know his job, and people will treat you as such (again, unless you Obama).. Act like an “animal” and don’t be surprised when you are treated as one..

    However, act like a civilized, kind and respectable human being, and you would probably be amazed how many people will treat you like one…

    I’d say at least 4 out of 5 times, people are treated the way they deserve to be treated…

  • [6] November 26, 2014 at 9:32pm

    So can we send the 5 million illegal’s who skirt our laws and boarders back, and trade them and our POTUS (and his Man-Ugly wife) for this family…

    Seem like they would make one hell of an All-American family…

    Cheers to you guys, and sympathies for the loss of the son…

  • [2] November 25, 2014 at 8:22pm

    You know what will happen next?

    The good “tea-party” folks will go down there and spend a bunch of money to help get that area back going again (just like they did last time) and bring some much needed “business” to that area…

    I have not heard anything like this being arranged or happening, but I know it will….

    Funny how the nations most hated group of nut-ball extremists are the only ones who tend to do any “good” in these situations…. I know it hasn’t happened yet, but once the riots are over, and the smoke settles, I bet honest hard working Americans will be the ones to go in there and “save” that area… Not the “Black Community Organizer groups” or the Government types…Democrats won’t do a damn thing “for” Ferguson, but I would bet good money that Conservatives will….

    Two Birds, one stone… Help the GOOD people of Ferguson, and shed some light on the fact that Democrats are not helping the “poor” and “Downtrodden”, the Conservatives are….

  • [5] November 25, 2014 at 8:10pm

    “Don’t condemn “him” for being “human” “???

    What, like how you don’t think we should “condemn” Darren Wilson for being White? Or defending himself when attacked??

    The double standard here wreaks so bad, it’s being said in St. Louis, and I can smell it here in Indianapolis…

    What a moron… (The Step-Father, and the Lawyer)….

  • November 22, 2014 at 11:41am

    Stevie was a god with 5 fingers…. I can only imagine the heights he would have reached with 6….

    Anyone who is not a fan of S.R.V. obviously has never seen a video of him in concert… Someone who put it all out there from the first song until the last… I was never a big fan, until I saw him perform… To hear that kind of blues/rock/soul from a skinny Texas kid, always brings a smile to my face…

    I only wish I could shred like Stevie could do in his sleep….

  • [3] November 22, 2014 at 9:44am

    Who Cares….

    Even 1000 of this guy could not cause the destruction to our people and economy (hell, country as a whole) as our 500+ politicians in D.C. do to us on a regular basis….

    Way I see it, at least with the “terrorists” you know where you stand… They tell you to your face that they hate you and want to harm you… You can trust them (in some sick kinda way)….

    But politicians and bureaucrats? There is only one thing you can be assured of… If they are involved (in anything) it will not end well…. At least the “jihadi’s” make mistakes and accidentally blow themselves up once in a while… For some reason, Politicians always seem to be “immune” from the consequences of their own actions…

    Sometimes I find it hard to tell which is worse…

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  • [56] November 22, 2014 at 8:04am

    Your point is correct about how white people respond to violence against us…

    Maybe that is our problem… Maybe we SHOULD take a page of out their playbook, and next time a white is killed by a member of another race, we should do what the “Ferguson Trash” has been doing… Which I am sure will give us at least 3 – 4 chances to do so, by this time tomorrow…

    Hunt down the guilty party, ruin his and his families lives… Destroy their way of life, and show them the “hate” they continually show us.. Show them what “real racism” looks like…

    I am no fan of racism, and I think it is disgusting how we now label EVERYTHING as racism… As White Racism has been on the decline (and it has been) the black community still refuses to throw that crutch away, and now calls things that are not “racist” a racist event.. They keep lowering the bar, soon acknowledging a person as being “black” will be racist (in some places it already is)….

    Racism is when you judge or hate a person based solely on the color of their skin… Calling a person a “thug” or a “piece of trash” is not racist just because the person in question is black.. It’s their behavior that earns them those titles… Not their skin color…

    The only thing standing in the way of the “black community” IS THE black community…

  • [3] November 21, 2014 at 10:54pm

    No fan of Islam, but this is not acceptable….

    It’s okay to look down on a “Barbarian” as UN-civilized and of lower “class”… But not when you are no better yourself…

    Let the barbaric Muslims desecrate the dead, their resting sites, and others holy places….. Even the worst of “us” (civilized society) should be above that…..

  • [1] November 21, 2014 at 8:56pm

    I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt and assume that NOTHING wrong happened (except a bunch of our people were slaughtered)…

    But EVEN IF that is true, doesn’t it sound like something that could have been avoided all together if the people in charge would have been a bit more gung-ho in going to help save some American lives (no matter what twisted reason they had for being there?)?

    Maybe it is time to re-write some of those polices which were apparently “adhered” to…

    Maybe write up a new policy that simply states, “At no time shall ANY U.S. embassy not be staffed, armed, and properly defended in case ANY situation shall arise.. No U.S. embassy should be staffed with any fewer security forces than needed to hold at bay ANY occurrence until the closest back-up support can arrive…” (Meaning the further from back-up you are, the more security that embassy shall have)….

    And NEVER allow another situation where REPORTERS are able to arrive at the scene, before “Back-up” arrives at the scene… Reinforcements should be the next people to any engagement, not civilians….

    In unstable regions like Africa and the Middle-East, if you look around and think, “Maybe we have too much security???….” Then you still don’t have enough….

  • [1] November 21, 2014 at 8:42pm

    Another home run, Mr. Walsh…..

    I only wish your article would reach his sheltered existence.. Shame the only people who will read it, are people like me, who already agree with 100% of what you just said….

    But keep up the good work… If you get audited by the IRS, it will mean at least someone in the Reich of Obama read your work…

    In reply to the contribution Dear Mr. Obama, It Must Be Good to Be King

  • November 19, 2014 at 8:57pm

    Reagan had Congress approve it first….

    Obama steps around Congress, because he finds “legality” to be inconvenient.

    Touche to your point, though… But, it wasn’t right when Reagan did it either….

  • [3] November 19, 2014 at 8:52pm

    He’s most likely wrong…

    The American people have been rolling over like whipped dogs repeatably lately… Why should it be any different in a week, or even a month from now… America is not what it used to be… We (as a whole) have been beaten… Pounded into being “soft” and are now unwilling to fight back…

    Only thing that will change after this, is that the “Ruling class” will now have about 6 million more subjects to reign over and steal from… It will be a new day, but the same old story…

    Not enough Patriots left to make a difference….. Although I would like nothing more than to be proven wrong….

  • [6] November 19, 2014 at 6:57pm

    Wait….. What is that I hear???

    Must be the siren off the Whhaaa-mbulance…

    Cry me a river you fool… Is what I would like to say, but instead I will be a realist here… Harry will get what he wants, because the republicans are spineless cowards who wouldn’t know a “set of balls” if they were slapping against their cheeks…

    We’re in the majority now, and we are still screwed….

    Gotta laugh to keep from crying…

  • [6] November 18, 2014 at 7:57pm

    Short and painful answer…..

    Yes, it seems they did… It’s a truly sad state of affairs…

  • [6] November 18, 2014 at 7:49pm

    I hate this “fat-shaming”-shaming out there…

    Guess what Fat People… It’s time you stop making excuses and FEEL some shame yourself for once…

    Fat is not a ninja…. It doesn’t sneak up on you overnight when you are sleeping…. It doesn’t pick people at random…. It is a direct result of one simple act… Eating more calories than your physical activity burns… Plain and simple….

    If you don’t have time to spend an hour exercising ever other day or so, then stop shoveling Big Mac’s down your throat… Limit your food intake…. Don’t spend 6 hours a night sitting on the couch…

    Don’t get mad at me (or anyone else) because your fat and lazy… You only have yourself to blame. I was getting fat about a year ago, and once I realized it I had gained 40 lbs. (and 2nd chin) and I decided to actively do something about it… I didn’t really “work out”.. I just cut my calories down to about 800 – 900 a day, and did about 25 jumping jacks every morning… And in two months I was back down to my normal weight…

    Spend less effort making excuses for being fat, and more on fixing it, and soon you WILL NOT be fat… I can guarantee it….

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  • November 15, 2014 at 12:02am

    I know not all Hispanics are like this, however, next to my sister’s house there is a Hispanic “family” with god knows how many people living there… The house was nice until they moved in about 2 years ago.. Now I would guess it’s only worth about half of what it used to be… Looks like crap now.. They had a small dog and they just let it run loose all the time. No tags, no supervision… Just always running loose (most of the time, in the road…).. I always said their Dog was going to die in that road, and sure enough, I noticed about 2 weeks ago a “new dog” on their porch.. Asked my sister, and their last dog got hit at about 11 at night about a week earlier, and 2 days later, they had a new dog running loose…

    I have a feeling this guy was doing the same… It’s not a problem when you live in the sticks… But in a city, a loose dog is just an annoyance… And I have seen more than one family like this, who just have no respect for their neighbors, and just let their pets and even kids just do whatever they please with no supervision…

    That doesn’t make what the PETA people did right… They should be punished for this… But I see a trend about animal “neglect”, and it bothers me…

  • [4] November 14, 2014 at 9:34am

    Nothing like screwing 300 million people with a bad law that only benefits a few million at best….

    That’s political thinking right there…. (which is to say, a lack of logical thought all around)….

    Be proud of yourself democrats… Your greed and blind faith to your handlers is making for some irritated civilians.. Eventually, there WILL be more of us (willing to resist) than there will be of you… Not even God could help you on that day…. You just go on and keep poking that bear… Your bureaucracy will be there to protect you, right…?

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  • November 13, 2014 at 10:22pm

    If you will allow an honest question, not asked in jest…

    Is it odd that hypothetical situations (stories and movies etc…) can effect my emotion, but real events in my life never tend to? My grandmother died recently (at 92, peacefully, mostly)… And I really did care about her…. She helped raise me, and we were close… For years I would take a good 3 or 4 hours every other week and hang out with her at her house and just talk, about anything…. She was spry for being in her 90′s, up and moving about until she broke her leg at 91, and spent that last year with not much desire to “heal”…

    Anyway, when she passed I didn’t feel an ounce of grief, let alone shed a tear… I just thought, “well, at least she’s not stuck in a hospital room anymore…” (she didn’t like it there)…

    Likewise, when something good happens to me, I don’t really “bask” in it… My mother once said I am just emotionally detached.. But I am not sure that is true… I’d like to think I am just being realistic… I don’t waste thoughts dwelling on the past or things that can’t be changed (like the past) and spend my time thinking about things in a more “grand scheme of things way” and taking in account events as they happen…

    I mean, I get “happy” and I get “sad” (I guess, I’m not “unhappy” at least), it just don’t waste much time dwelling on either…

    Is that odd?

    In reply to the story Why We Cry When We’re Happy

  • [2] November 13, 2014 at 9:45pm

    I agree with the man a “tiny” bit, and disagree with him a whole lot…

    I agree that our modern army has not really been fighting for “we the people” lately and are fighting in the interests of corporations and money, but it’s not their fault, the politicians issue the orders…. I also agree that civilians can be great heroes too… Like he said (I don’t know about the ACLU thing, but EMT’s and Police – the good ones- and firefighters), however where we disagree is the vile puke he spits for the soldiers who serve…

    Sure the Soldier of today is not fighting to defend us here at home, and it’s easy to lose sight of what they really do for us… But isn’t that a good thing? Be thankful they do a good enough job so that they don’t have to defend us here on our soil…

    We shouldn’t “thank” the serving soldier for going to fight in the middle east (we don’t need boots over there, we need heavy ordnance and bombing for those primitive sand-camels….). But you should be EVER thankful to our Soldiers for the fight we all know they WOULD ACCEPT GLADLY, and that is the fight that may come home SOMEDAY!!

    I don’t typically thank a soldier for what they are CURRENTLY doing today, but I ALWAYS make sure to thank them for what they MAY HAVE TO DO tomorrow….

    His anger is misplaced… The “soldier” is not his “beef”, the politicians pulling the strings are…

    MUCH LOVE AND RESPECT to you dear soldiers….

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