A software engineer furious with the Internal Revenue Service crashed his small plane into an office building housing nearly 200 federal tax employees on Thursday, officials said, setting off a raging fire that sent workers fleeing as thick plumes of black smoke poured into the air.
Law enforcement officials identified the pilot to CBS News as 53-year-old Joseph Andrew Stack. Authorities are investigating whether he intentionally targeted the IRS in the crash.
Read the entire writing of Andrew Joseph Stack at The Smoking Gun.
Bill Clinton and James Carville to the rescue. They are to engage in extensive and deep research into the lives of a few chosen tea party figures in an effort to discredit them. It will be interesting to watch what this produces. I could be wrong, but I think what they may find are some ordinary Americans with no sinister aspects to their lives. If I’m right, and what they find are small business people, moms, grandparents, military families, and other voting, law abiding, taxpaying citizens who make up the backbone of the country, we won’t hear much about it at all.
They are mighty worried about these tea party people, the ones they have spent an entire year mocking and calling names, such as “evil-mongers” and “astroturf” and they now have to resort to digging dirt because the movement is getting bigger and stronger by the day.
Big Government has learned that Clintonistas are plotting a “push/pull” strategy. They plan to identify 7-8 national figures active in the tea party movement and engage in deep opposition research on them. If possible, they will identify one or two they can perhaps ‘turn’, either with money or threats, to create a mole in the movement. The others will be subjected to a full-on smear campaign. (Has MSNBC already been notified?)
Big Government has also learned that James Carville will head up the effort.
Obviously, there is no love lost between Obama and the Clinton machine. It may at first seem odd that Clinton would rush to Obama’s defense, but the tea party movement poses a threat far beyond the immediate goals of the Obama Administration.
The tea party movement could evolve into a new political realignment, one founded on a belief in limited government and less government interference in the economy. The Progressive agenda, which has been painstakingly built up over the last three decades, could be left in tatters.
Plotting Tea Party Counterattack.