Thursday, February 18, 2010

An Austin Plane Crash & National Stupidity

You knew it was going to happen.

A small airplane did not crash into the IRS building in Austin today. It did not crash into the building anymore than an SUV swerved into a lane of oncoming traffic and running head-on into a flock of nuns.

A pissed off, deranged wackjob flew his airplane into the IRS building in Austin. Same as some unattentive numbnuts was paying more attention to his or her cell phone and text messaging while behind the wheel of a Suburban or Expedition.

Yet, the liberal dumbass rags immediately jump on general aviation. One of the more liberal, dumbass of the flock, The Christian Science Monitor, points out

"The incident has “revealed a weakness we have been aware of since 9/11.... It’s an issue that Congress definitely needs to look at,” he said.

This idiotic statement was made by a Texas RINO, US Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Tex.).

I thought Repubics were smart enough to realize that inanimate objects are incapable of acting on their own. I also seem to remember many Repubics not wanting to hold an entire group accountable for the actions of a few.

Maybe we should just dump every damned Repubic this November since a few of them sided with Hussein Obama in passing this stimulus garbage that resulted in the largest national debt in our history.

Talk about revealing a weakness, in the Repubic's own words. . .

I have a couple of true passions in life. One is guns and another is flying. Both get maligned by Pravda and Tass (aka national media) and the Democraps whenever possible.

The Democraps and those who flock to them are terrified of law-abiding citizens who dare to exercise their Constitutional rights. Never mind the facts. Never mind that guns in the hands of law-abiding citizens are used a gazillion times each year to defend honest citizens against the Democraps' core base, er, excuse me, I meant "criminals."

Freudian slip. Mea culpa.

But when the Democratic base uses guns in a felonious manner, it is naturally the law-abiding gun owner's fault somehow. Either we didn't lock our guns up securely enough, or we had too many or we sold it/them to the "wrong" person, blah blah blah.

What the Democratic mindset purposefully ignores, with the aid of Pravda, is that if my gun is stolen because I didn't lock it up well enough, that act of it being stolen is a CRIME. A crime committed by a CRIMINAL--a criminal who then uses my stolen property to commit another crime.

And somehow I'm responsible for that?


Likewise, some wackjob flies his single-engine airplane into the IRS building in Austin, and I--pilot and operator of a single-engine airplane myself--am now branded a threat?

Bullshit again.

There are only three groups of people in this country stupid enough to believe that: Elected Officials, Reporters and the Sheople who blindly follow and believe them.

But lest you be surprised, need I also remind you that these are the same three groups who also got us "Hope and Change you can believe in." Talk about National Stupidity.

Anyone reading this who thinks that small airplanes are a danger should ask themselves this question about today's event in Austin:

Who poses a greater threat to your individual freedom, liberty and pursuit of happiness--the Internal Revenue Service or private pilots?

This is in no way excusing or defending Joseph Stack's wackjob stunt today. Personally, I'm glad the pukebag died in the crash. It was the least he could do. And I hope he has some serious explaining to do up yonder.

But for all the hype and BS I've read in the national and local rags about "those dangerous little airplanes" and "no way to defend against them," I've yet to read one stinking, solitary word about the antics and shenanigans of the IRS and that there is no way to defend yourself against any allegations made by the IRS.

And finally, I've yet to read any story regarding the reason such anger exists against the IRS that would cause someone to kamikaze themselves into the very open arms of Hell itself, which is what many refer to the IRS as.

Instead, we're being told that something else is the problem.

Is it any wonder that so-called "mainstream media" publications and broadcasts are losing money faster than Jennifer Anniston changes boyfriends?

Next, the media will tell us why we need to bail them out.

And that will be the ultimate National Stupidity.

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