Thursday, February 18, 2010

Sudden Taxrapee Syndrome?

An NTSB official told Fox News that they are investigating this as an intentional act, and said it appears the pilot set his own house on fire and then got in his plane and flew it into the building. An NTSB spokesman, however, told that "we can't confirm any of that."

What are the chances that investigators will release a report along the lines of the following?
"This incident cannot be linked to any wide-scale organized terror campaign or organization. It is simply a random act of terrorism."

Sudden Taxpayer Syndrome or Sudden Taxrapee Syndrome?

Sinister Wing media will spin it whatever way they are told to spin it, but real Americans will decide.


  1. "This is an isolated incident, there is no cause for alarm," a spokesman for the Austin Police Department said during a news conference.

    Oklahoma City was an isolated incident.

    There was a Muslim dude shot up the Jewish Federation center in Seattle in 2006, killed one lady and wounded a few others. They tried to get him off on an insanity plea. It was an isolated incident, and after all, he must have been crazy, everyone knows Islam is a religion of peace.

  2. His rambling, excessively long suicide note seems to indicate he was liberal and disenchanted with the Won... and a bunch of other stuff. Mainly his life, and how everyone around him had screwed it up for him.

    I'd say it was an act of God that prevented his emotional immaturity from killing anyone but himself. But, that wouldn't sell newspapers. lol


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