Thursday, February 18, 2010

Breaking News: TEABAGGER Domestic Terrorist Flies Plane into Building in Austin

Breaking News: TEABAGGER Joseph Stack, angry at the IRS, left a suicide note. READ HIS OWN WORDS! He closes with, "Well, Mr. Big Brother IRS man, let’s try something different; take my pound of flesh and sleep well." (chilling)
Latest News indicated Joseph Andrew Stack, a software engineer, set fire to his own home. His wife and daughter were rescued. Drudge and Fox are reporting the pilot crashed his plane into a building with an IRS office.
Epoch Times reports:
Plane Crashes Into Building in Austin, Texas Office Building
A small airplane crashed into the seven-story Echelon office in northwest Austin Texas, exploding and igniting the building. Eyewitness reports indicate that the pilot flew his Cherokee 140 over a neighboring apartment complex and rammed the office building at full speed.An NTSB report indicates that the pilot set his house on fire before taking off. The building he hit contains an IRS office, and a neighboring building contains an FBI office. There is some speculation that this was his intended target.


Initial reports are that the pilot might be Joseph Andrew Stack, a software engineer. His wife Cheryl and his daughter were rescued from the burning home.


“It was swooping down like it was going to buzz the apartments and then pull back up As soon as he cleared the apartments he just dropped down and we saw this ball of flame as tall or taller as the whole apartment complex itself.The eyewitness said the plane “was within feet of the top of the apartment complex.”
Another eyewitness said the plane crashed into the buiolding under full power.Initial reports are that one person in the building is missing and two have been hospitalized.

14 comments:

I Travel for JOOLS said...

Where do you get that he was a teabagger?

Dee said...

Jools,
Google the story and read the comments. The teabaggers are all over this taking credit for Stack.

LMJ said...

exactly the example they set, they are practically claiming this guy a hero, they encourage this, what a disgraceful and dishonorable group they are and act this terrorist committed

pcorn54 said...

Word has it that he was a fringe member of ALIPAC also

ultima said...

I do not understand why El Duque insists on using the terminology noted above. It would be helpful if would stop that unproductive line of BS and focus on responding intelligently to the real issues:

1. Why should those who violate our borders be rewarded with amnesty?
2. What will be the long term impact of our failure to adhere to the rule of law in this important area?
3. Are there any reasons why we should allow our population to balloon to 600 million by the end of this century?
4. What about finite natural resources -- how will their availability be affected by CIR that is tantamount to open borders?
5. Do you believe in secure borders? What means would you use to achieve that goal? Is there any evidence those means would work?
6. Do you believe you should have a greater regard for the interests of your illegal ethnic brethren than for the interests of your fellow citizens?
7. Is dual allegiance/dual citizenship an oxymoron?
8. If more than half of immigrant families are drawing support from one or more government programs, should this be considered in thinking about immigration policy?

Dee said...

Actually there were pages and pages of comments from fellow teaparty supporters who posted on the web including 2 facebook sites dedicated to stack and his actions.

here's the article and an example comment:
"Finally an American man took a stand against our tyrannical government that no longer follows the Constitution," wrote Emily Walters of Louisville, Ky.

http://www.cbsnews.com/blogs/
2010/02/19/crimesider/entry6223132
.shtml

Proletariat Defender said...

So..... He was a teabagger because teabaggers supported what he did?

Isn't that like saying Obama is a communist bacause the CPUSA (Communist Party Of America) supports him? http://cpusa.org/obama-state-of-the-union-he-got-the-ball-rolling

Your suggestion makes just as much sense.

Proletariat Defender said...

Well, now the debate has begun over what is 'terrorism'.

After all, he did 'attack' a government building, not the general public. In any other circumstance it would be regarded as an act of war. But since he was a civilian, committing what many are calling a murder/suicide, the line of 'terrorism' is being blurred and pushed.

I believe that if this found to be terrorism, then Columbine would be considered a terrorist act. Driving your car into your ex's house would be a terrorist act. Someone going to a party and killing a few patrons would be considered a terrorist act.

http://www.rense.com/general37/char.htm Fourteen Defining
Characteristics Of Fascism

7. Obsession with National Security - Fear is used as a motivational tool by the government over the masses.

12. Obsession with Crime and Punishment - Under fascist regimes, the police are given almost limitless power to enforce laws. The people are often willing to overlook police abuses and even forego civil liberties in the name of patriotism. There is often a national police force with virtually unlimited power in fascist nations.

This is a dangerous slope on which we walk on, be careful where you tread......

I Travel for JOOLS said...

I repeat, how do you know any of these people who are commenting are teabaggers? Where is your evidence? I have been to two tea parties, including one of the very first over a year ago and I can assure you I do not condone what this guy did in any shape or form. He murdered innocent people. He destroyed public property.

You all are hanging labels on these peoples to suit your own political agenda. Well, we don't claim them, we don't agree with them and we never will. And, furthermore, your attempt at intimidation will do not one thing to change our minds about the problems with this government and our ability to speak out against it and vote our beliefs.

Vicente Duque said...

Dee :

"The true measure of an individual is how he treats a person who can do him absolutely no good." --Ann Landers


This is a beautiful and even poetic apothegm... I love aphorisms, sayings, etc ...

They are GREAT PILLS OF WISDOM. I collect them. This is the collective Wisdom of Mankind.

Consideration for others, kindness, humanity, a good heart.

Exactly the opposite of Personal Attacks, Insults, Epithets, Harassing, Stalking others, Games of Assumptions, Persecutions against those of different ideas, unfortunately the Internet Forums and Blogs are filled with these bad characteristics. And people dedicated to shoot arrows against others, for lack of a better occupation.

You Dee, are one of the best hearts.

And much of what we converse in your forum is related to having a "Good Heart" or a "Heart of Meanness", many people have a heart of Littleness, Stinginess and even Evil, they need to hate in order to fill superior to others. They are nothing but losers.


Raciality.com

Vicente Duque

Dee said...

I've been reading more about Joe Stack. He was anti-government. He was one of those schemers/scammers that tried to find a way out of paying taxes. Similar to Timothy McVeigh, he believed he could make a statement by bombing a government agencies, and that others would follow his lead. I believe Timothy McVeigh was a domestic terrorist.

Stack thought his plane crashing into an IRS building would accomplish as many killings/murders as McVeigh did. He flew his plane into a full building at 11:00 am Monday morning. He had to expect it was full of workers. He had to expect the same carnage. We are only LUCKY that more people were not killed/murdered by this lunatic.

Dee said...

So #1: He IS a domestic terrorist. (although failed because he did not kill more)

#2: There are numerous teaparty groups. ALL I have read about are ANTI government, especially ANTI Obama. Stack was making a statement in his blogs/writings that he was ANTI government, especially IRS.

Jools, we can agree that he did not belong to your teaparty group, but given the way many teaparty groups are embracing this man and his ideology, apparently he belonged to some.

Anonymous said...

So, the man is a "tea bagger".

By rough approximation, the Florencia 13 street gang are card carrying members of the National Council of La Raza.

Certainly the Rey Berrios version of "Latino Activism" approves of the NCLR, and the NCLR wouldn't mind their warm bodies participating in "street activism" to advance a brown racist cause.

Bring up an issue in which the conclusion isn't so contrived.

ilbegone

Anonymous said...

Let the idiocy begin:

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100224/ap_on_re_us/us_plane_crash_texas_1

IRS worker's widow sues Texas suicide pilot's wife

Tue Feb 23, 9:05 pm ET

AUSTIN, Texas – The widow of the Internal Revenue Service employee killed when a Texas man crashed his plane into the agency's Austin office is suing the pilot's widow.

Attorney Daniel Ross says the lawsuit against Sheryl Stack seeks to determine if the pilot left behind insurance policies or other assets.

Ross represents Valerie Hunter, whose 68-year-old husband Vernon Hunter was killed last week when authorities say Joseph Stack deliberately crashed his single-engine plane into the IRS office.

Joseph Stack left behind a lengthy anti-government Internet posting blaming the IRS for personal problems spanning decades.

The lawsuit filed Monday says Sheryl Stack should have warned others about her husband.

A message seeking comment was left Tuesday with a family spokesman for Sheryl Stack.


Typical......

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