Thursday, February 18, 2010

In Hard Times People Do Crazy Things

Official: Pilot left anti-IRS Web noteWhat a shame. This man had a problem with life and the cards he was dealt so thought he would kill some IRS workers. This man was crazy. Not a right wing nor a left wing wacko. He was just a wacko. He burned his house and then this. Thank God,once again,THANK GOD no one but this psycho was killed. I'm afraid that as more and more Americans loose hope and income they will start doing crazy things like this. We have been seeing a rise in crime and violence because of the economy. This isn't Bush's fault,Obama's fault,Democrats or Republicans fault. It is one man acting on his own to bring distruction onto the Federal government IRS. Please spend some time to talk to God tonight. Ask Him to be with all the people in the world. He is where hope is. We are the greatest nation the world has ever known. And with the help of our Lord and Savior we will get through this hard time better then we were before these times. For any of you that might be loosing hope,don't. Those that made it out of the
Great Depression came out better for it. We are still "one nation under God". And as long as you believe that then you have hope. God bless you all both left and right.


  1. Did you read his rant? This looks like two leftwing acts of violence in two weeks (last week the nutty professor, not this loser).

    Maybe liberals should caution Keith Olberman to stop encouraging violence...

  2. No Way Silverfiddle it is right wing. Now did you hear another souldier trying to poison their fellow soldiers? I know they will be right wing. You are the terrorists.

  3. that is the letter. He sounds like he is both a liberal and a conservative to me. A real nut case. There is a poisoning in S.C. ANG but they most likely are Muslim not right wing nor left wing. Don't let the left turn you into them.

  4. I just now have known this detestable incident on your blog.

  5. DITTO Joe. This world is getting crazier by the day. At least Chris isn't like the left on this one. They are calling him a right winger. I can't see how they get that one.

  6. Remember "Not Me"? He was the famous invisible cartoon gremlin in the newspaper comic strip "The Family Circus." Whenever toys were left on the floor or other school-age disasters struck, the kids in the comic pointed their fingers at "Not Me." Today, "Tea Party" is the juvenile left's new "Not Me" -- an all-purpose scapegoat for every crime and disaster.

    On Thursday morning, a disturbed pilot flew a small plane into an Austin, Texas, office complex that contained an Internal Revenue Service office. Several workers in the building were injured, and Joseph Andrew Stack, the pilot, was killed in the crash. Local authorities suspect he set his house on fire -- from which his wife and daughter escaped -- before taking off on his deadly journey. Investigators found a Web posting, identified as Stack's "suicide manifesto," in which he railed against tax laws, inequity, government, and crony capitalism. He also targeted "puppet" George W. Bush, murderous healthcare insurers, and the pharmaceutical industry.

    The "manifesto" ended:

    The communist creed: From each according to his ability, to each according to his need.
    The capitalist creed: From each according to his gullibility, to each according to his greed.

    Stack had deadly grudges that transcended partisan lines. But within minutes of the story breaking, a furious left-wing blogger at the popular Daily Kos website -- where countless Democratic leaders have guest-posted -- fumed: "Teabag*** terrorist attack on IRS building." The article immediately cast blame on the anti-tax Tea Party movement: "After months of threats on the United States government, and government institutions, the Anti-Government forces known as the teabag***s have struck with their first 911 (sic) inspired terrorist attack."

    At the eponymous mega-website of Arianna Huffington, a 2,000-plus comment thread was filled with allusions to "teabag***s":

    I would bet he has a membership card to teabag nation and the Glenn Beck fan club!
    Tea bag bomb.
    Good to see natural selection still works! Tea party Unite!
    This guy sounds just like a teabag***.
    Oh please. This has tea bags dripping all over it.
    I hope teabag***s are proud!! ... Great opening day for CPAC (the Conservative Political Action Conference) isn't it??
    This guy sounds like a Tea Partier first class! Maybe that movement is more DANGEROUS to our freedoms than they let on! Be afraid America, BE VERY AFRAID!
    He was a Tea Party Terrorist.

    In the early aftermath of the suicidal pilot's attack, there was no evidence that Stack belonged to a Tea Party organization. In any case, no law-abiding Tea Party group would ever condone what he did. But it didn't stop the haters from immediately smearing advocates of limited government. And it's just the latest in a long line of calculated attempts to paint the vast majority of peaceful Tea Party activists as terrorist threats to civil society.

    This week, absurd liberal pundits and bloggers also tried to connect the tragic University of Alabama-Huntsville murders to the Tea Party movement. No matter that the alleged killer, Amy Bishop, was an Obama-worshiping academic who repeatedly got a soft-on-crime pass. Or that Democratic Rep. William Delahunt of Massachusetts was the former prosecutor involved in dropping charges against Bishop in the deadly shooting of her teenage brother. Or that liberal-dominated campus officials apparently looked the other way in response to Bishop's several red-flag flashes of violence leading up to the U of A shootings.

    Tea Party-bashers claimed that the murders were a manifestation of racist conservative influence on the American landscape. Reuters Foundation fellow Jonathan Curiel picked up the theme: "The 'results' that the Tea Party movement envisions include less government -- and less of Obama."

  7. Curiel bemoaned the rejection of a post-racial society by tying together the Alabama massacre and the rise of the Tea Party movement more explicitly. Proof of anti-Obama bigotry, he wrote, could be found in "last week's shooting in Alabama, where a disgruntled white professor murdered three minority professors; and the growing success of the Tea Party movement, which is overwhelmingly white and increasing (sic) vocal in its violent dislike of the nation's first black president."

    The same warped worldview blamed Tea Party conservatives for Kentucky census worker Bill Sparkman's insurance-scam-inspired suicide and for Holocaust Museum shooter James Von Brunn's rampage (despite his published rants against Fox News).

    The smear merchants, of course, are simply following Rahm Emanuel's advice to exploit every crisis. Pointing fingers at the Tea Party gremlin demonizes the left's most potent political opponents. This is the blame-gamers' ultimate agenda: criminalizing dissent.


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