Friday, February 19, 2010

Re The Plane Crashing Into The IRS

Blah, blah, blah... goes the speculation.

So the nutcase was "anti-government".

Well, so is William Ayers.   Ok, well, Ayers may not be "anti-government" as long as his good buddy Obama's in power, but he sure as hell is anti-America.

Why not compare the flying nutcase to the other nutcase from the "Weather Underground"?

I can see the Progs already trying to figure out how to blame it on "right-wing" folks.  As if "right-wing" means anything other than "not-left-wing".

But the problem for the Progs is that the Lone Flying Nutcase was also anti-Catholic-Church, which is more of a left-wing thing than a right-wing thing, as the Progs conveniently, and ignorantly, associate Catholics with the "right", so...

I'd say that it's just a non-idelogical-spectrum-specific, generic nutcase who was tired of always having so much of his money confiscated... especially as he witnessed the government blowing it all like there was no tomorrow, and borrowing trillions more, guaranteeing higher taxes in the future.  Guess there's a few who snap and lose it when government behaves in such an abusive manner.

This is my analysis.  Lone extremist, period.

UPDATE:  Yep, I was right...

Yeah, right.  Blame the Tea Party folks.  Again.  Since the nutcase wasn't a Muslim, then it must therefore have been the Tea Party folks!  Whooooo!  Media of Mass Deception engages in conspiracy theorism!
Despite the fact that Stack's suicidal diatribe made no mention of the tea party, the Colorado Independent reported, "There will be more attacks. Stack was not right or left. He may or may not have been a Tea Partier."
Pure speculation.  Hell, maybe he was gay, too!  Maybe he was an Obammunist lunatic, like the crazy woman professor who blew those people away at that university the other day!  Maybe he was a closet Muslim!  Maybe he's from ACORN, from Maybe he was recruited to do it... by George Soros!   C'mon... let's speculate without a shred of evidence! ran a headline titled: "The Austin Texas Bombing Is A HUGE Image Blow To The 'Tea Party.'" The story reported, "We're not saying Stack was a tea partier" and predicted the media would "use this as a chance to smear" tea party organizations.
Ah... but that's clever of  That's no different than saying that the gunwoman who was obsessed with Obama and shot all those people... is a huge image blow to Obama and the Democrats.  I just predict that the university gunwoman will be used as chances to smear the Obamacrats.
A piece posted on Time magazine's web site, meanwhile, did not contain the words "tea party." Yet it carried a link in crimson letters halfway through its report titled: "See the making of the tea party movement."
More subtle, subconscious propaganda.  This is how the Media of Mass Deception operates, via massive, subtle suggestion.

Wonder what would happen if there had been a link in red letters halfway through that Time mag article, pertaining instead to the Muslims or to the GLBTs.  Well, they wouldn't let it go, that's for sure.  The CAIR and the EGALE lawyers would be demanding that heads roll!
The most egregious example may have come from Washington Post editorial board writer Jonathan Capehart, who wrote: "There's no information yet on whether [Stack] was involved in any anti-government groups or whether he was a lone wolf. But after reading his 34-paragraph screed, I am struck by how his alienation is similar to that we're hearing from the extreme elements of the Tea Party movement."

You know, before Obama came along, it'd have been exactly as logical and rational to blame the plane crash on those who didn't like the Bush Administration.  Right?

Those folks aren't serious journalists.  They're speculator-propagandists!  No wonder people have been and still are turning away from such drivel-mongers.

Besides, the Tea Party isn't protesting the IRS.  The Tea Party doesn't advocate violence at all, in any way, shape or form, period.

The violent stuff is the stuff of the Hard Left (like the SEIU thugs) and of lunatics.


Logically, therefore, given this information, it's impossible for the guy to have been a Tea Partier!

(ht: Watcher, via the comments)

The guy was...

Pissed off that the Obamacrats didn't get to impose Obamacare.  Leftist stuff.

Hateful towards the Catholic Church.  Calls them "the Inquisition".  Usually leftist stuff.

He bashed Bush (Usually leftist stuff):
As government agencies go, the FAA is often justifiably referred to as a tombstone agency, though they are hardly alone.  The recent presidential puppet GW Bush and his cronies in their eight years certainly reinforced for all of us that this criticism rings equally true for all of the government.  

 And he said, in the end:
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.
Well, folks... I'm calling the Lone Nutcase a PROGRESSIVE!

Oh, my!  This is gonna hit the Obamacrats hard... NOT the Tea Party!

The Media of Mass Deception... FAIL!


Tragedy In Austin: How Long Will It Take the Media to Transform a Left-Wing Nut Into a Right-Wing Nut?


Watcher said...

The guy was a nutbar and unfortunately one person died because of his insanity. Leave it to the MSM hacks to put a political label on it.

From the National Review - estimating how long it would take before someone tries to connect it to the tea parties.

Balbulican said...

"I can see the Progs already trying to figure out how to blame it on "right-wing" folks."

Whereupon you gamely try to blame it on the "left wing folk"...

I'm trying to remember which female Canadian blogger who doesn't accept comments once concluded that one of the university shooters in the states was a lefty because their courses included "sociology"...

Dude was insane, a state of mind which, your fond fantasies notwithstanding, isn't the personal domain of either wing of the policitical spectrum...