RadiKal's comment history

RadiKal said...

Why are the police wasting their time on a case where the victim is not cooperating. Let him to his fate if he so wishes. There are thousands of citizens who need the police, spend time on them.

April 29, 2011 at 10:43 p.m.
RadiKal said...

Why should GA or TN get Federal assistance. The majority of the people voted for politicians who wants nothing to do with the federal govt. When a calamity strikes people want the federal govt. What about the state govt.? Where are they? Why can't the politicians who constantly boast of doing everything at the State level help? Every time something big happens in a State they run to the federal govt. but then turn around and blame the federal govt. for everything wrong. This is great. It also shows the inability of understanding of the people who vote such morons to power.

April 29, 2011 at 10:29 p.m.
RadiKal said...

This kid will one day in the not too distant future land in jail. It's the same story being repeated over and over again, Parent's and elders have been robbed of the right to correct a child when they could be corrected and taught the rightful way of living a life. The law treats adults as kids and have given kids all rights as if they are adults. The stupid leaders we've elected have transformed this society into a sea of dumb, intolerant, ignorant, stupid, angry, violent, imbecile, violent video-game playing people. Kids eat and drink sugar all day, play violent video games even when they are in their toilets, kids can't be hit to be corrected, they talk bad, use inappropriate language even in schools and yet the elders expect them to act right. What a conundrum. The parent has the gall to tell that the police shouldn't have used pepper spray yet nothing to say as to why she has not been able to teach him to be a better kid. The little brat should be put in solitary confinement (dark room) to get some senses in him or else he will kill someone someday.

April 6, 2011 at 10:03 a.m.
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