User Profile: Waydah

Waydah

Member Since: February 09, 2013

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  • December 16, 2014 at 7:09am

    Considering everything thats going on in this country right now regarding the police, acting as an over-bearing arrogant ******* to a citizen without cause is not smart. Brutalizing a citizen without cause is simply stupid. This kid needs to be allowed to go be successful someplace else and in another field of work.

  • [2] December 15, 2014 at 7:43am

    I’ve seen videos of such beatings where those doing the beating were all wearing police uniforms. I doubt any were charged with a felony, however.

  • [30] December 10, 2014 at 3:46pm

    Do you carry your ID with you when you write a letter? And what license would they revoke? There is no license required for open-carrying a firearm in Texas! Maybe if you took the time to think before making such a ridiculous comment you wouldn’t appear to be so ignorant.

  • [47] December 8, 2014 at 3:24pm

    “It amazes me people stil get offended by jokes about Jesus and god on shows like family guy or Simpsons or South Park”
    Yeah? Well, do one about Muhammad and really get amazed!

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  • [32] December 6, 2014 at 11:26am

    I don’t understand it. Both the man last week and this woman was sitting in a vehicle weighing thousands of pounds. It was operational. Hit the gas. Run them over. Aim at the thug with the gun. Problem solved.

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  • [21] December 3, 2014 at 7:05am

    And that, my friend, is the crux of the matter. This entire episode and its aftermath has been built upon a lie, and intentionally so. Unfortunately, the highest office in the land has aided and abetted this travesty!

  • [102] December 3, 2014 at 7:03am

    Nice? Yes. But is it sustainable? No! Ferguson has conveniently washed their hands of the responsibility they have to support and protect this officer. Wilson did nothing wrong. He did his job and he deserves the continued support – financial, emotional, and physical – that the city/town of Ferguson is responsible to give him.

  • [3] December 2, 2014 at 8:33am

    You are in error, LHS. You once stood in a room with right hand raised and took an oath… the same oath we all took. You wrote a blank check taking that oath. You went where you were sent and did your best doing what you were ordered to do. I doubt you had any choice in the matter. Most veterans never saw combat or even a combat zone. That was true even during WWII. If Pentagon statistics are correct, it takes 70 personnel to sustain one in combat. Certainly you wouldn’t say that the 17 sailors killed aboard the USS COLE were not veterans! While we are mostly ignored with all the attention given to the medal winners, we did our duty same as them. As one OS to another, you ARE a veteran!

  • [9] November 27, 2014 at 8:43am

    Where does the police get their authority? I’m sure most will say from laws or from government. Not surprising since so many are functionally ignorant about their own individual rights. Police get their authority from the people. Its the people’s authority that is loaned to police to act in their stead. When the police fail to act, act inappropriately, or cannot act for some reason, who does the protection and security of a community fall to? The people! In the indoctrination temples of the Religion of Progressivism referred to as “public schools” those basic truths are no longer taught, of course.

  • [22] November 27, 2014 at 8:33am

    So, explain to us using your inside-out logic why those exercising their First Amendment rights are lauded by you but those exercising their Second Amendment rights are ‘morons”?

  • [12] November 20, 2014 at 8:04am

    It is my hope that the United States Military would not sit idly by while some despot marxist and his army of goons perpetrate such an injustice on the American people. Instead they would surround and arrest this tyrant along with all his advisors and treat them as the traitors they are.

  • [2] November 20, 2014 at 7:58am

    FSU has been a popular university among islamic students and a hot bed of Hamas activities over the years. I am curious as to why the shooter has “not yet been identified”. Maybe it will be another incident of workplace violence!

  • [2] November 20, 2014 at 7:53am

    Take comfort in the fact that this is the environment that our current President was hatched out of. You just know he is really looking out for us and our Republic…… don’t you? ;-)

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  • November 16, 2014 at 7:47am

    I have no problem with fair chase. Develop the skill with your chosen equipment, educate yourself on your intended quarry’s behaviors and sally forth on your own and conduct the hunt. Kill humanly. Give thanks for the bounty. Use the animal to feed yourself and your family. Take a photo to document your success if you like. Nothing wrong with that because you did it all the ethical way and for the right reasons. Its trophy hunters that have contributed greatly to giving hunting a bad name… the ones who only want the horns, antlers, rug on the floor and to hell with the rest. Then its off to the next great “adventure”. If you can’t see the difference, then its nothing else to be said.

  • [1] November 16, 2014 at 7:25am

    I look at that photo and I see a beautiful woman and a beautiful animal – black bear in this instance. Except that the bear is dead. No doubt this woman and her dad could afford a guided hunt… likely on private property… that increased her odds dramatically in killing a bear. Most couldn’t afford that, nor would they probably want to. But the sweetener in this case to blunt criticism is that the meat would be “donated”. She doesn’t want or need the meat. Her dad doesn’t want or need the meat. So why go kill these two bears? Vanity, maybe? It would be entirely different if she really needed the meat.

    I live in bear country. Still, I hardly have ever seen one. People here hunt them in the fall using dogs. The dogs chase the bear until it climbs up a tree. The mighty hunters show up in their 4X4s, ATVs, two-way radios, radio tracking devices and shoot it out of the tree. They do split up the meat, and someone gets to keep and sell the gall bladder. They are called Sportsmen.

    Before anyone gets the wrong idea, I’ve hunted all of my life. Deer, mostly. Killed a bunch over the years. We eat venison year-round. Deer are truly over-populated in many areas and will become diseased if not maintained at a healthy population level. But bears? Certainly if one becomes a danger it must be addressed. But sport hunting of a animal that is naturally very shy and secretive normally and using the “donation” of its meat as an excuse, not a need, is bogus.

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  • November 9, 2014 at 5:51am

    But not to obnoxious and childish behaviors by grown men.

  • [-1] November 8, 2014 at 12:23pm

    I’ve become quite fed up with “the first this” and “the first that” nominations from the very people, the left, who say conservatives are interested only in race or gender. The only important thing is that the nominee believes in the US Constitution, understands it, and adheres to its principles. This NY lib judicial activist does not meet that criteria.

  • [3] November 7, 2014 at 11:34am

    I listened to this unexpected call. I sincerely pray this man finds the help he so desperately needs. While on the subject of your radio show, may I suggest you consider dropping your Friday “trivia” game. Its a waste of time, and I don’t think having fun showing how ignorant some people are is morally straight. The time could be used much more productively. As well, the senseless, childish guffaws that seem to spiral out of control between you and your other two commentators far too often is not entertaining as you might think. Its actually obnoxious to the point of having to turn you off, or turn down the volume while awaiting Rush to begin. I hope you take this in the spirit in which it is given, and they someone actually shows this to you.

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  • [80] November 5, 2014 at 8:36am

    The fictitious “war on women” has now been shown to be just that… fictitious. Harry Reid is out of a job. Obama couldn’t even save the Governorship of his own state. The Second Amendment is alive and well. What a glorious day!

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  • [1] November 4, 2014 at 6:55am

    Well, Glenn, if a bull frog had wings he wouldn’t bump his arse, now would he? So, what would you do, sit on yours and allow things to fall apart even faster? Other than another hot civil war, voting is the ONLY MEANS left to put the brakes on what that leftist and his minions are doing to this republic. You can sit there and think up all sorts of scenarios, but it doesn’t mean they will actually occur.

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