Nobody Wants The Crazies

So everyone has heard about the coward that flew his plane into the IRS building in Austin.  And if you read everything flying around the internet, it had everything to do with his politics.

It didn’t.  It had everything to do with the crazy.

Leftists claim he was a tea party type.  He wasn’t.  Tea partiers don’t tend to be anti-capitalism, pro-socialism.  They are jumping in to distance themselves from the crazy.  And leftists tend to have a rather tenuous relationship with facts.

Really, I don’t blame them.  No one wants their belief system associated with someone burning down their own house before killing an innocent man doing his job.  Oh right, with all the blame being punted around, you may not have realized that an innocent man was killed by this coward. And he intended to kill more.

Look, I’m not going to blame his actions on the fact that he was a socialist with left wing beliefs.  Ok?  I’m going to blame it on the crazy.  Life was too hard for him so he took the coward’s way out and decided he didn’t want to do it alone.  In dealing with the two certainties of life, he chose death before taxes.

He was a crazy, self-important coward that decided it was everyone’s fault but his own that his life didn’t work out like he thought it should.  Must have been rough living in a $300K house and owning his own plane.  I shed no tears over his loss.  My heart goes out to those he hurt, including those that loved him.  My prayers are with those beginning the road to recovery from this guy’s final act.

2 thoughts on “Nobody Wants The Crazies”

  1. Yeah, I love the claim that he was a Tea Partier. When’s the last time one of them quoted The Communist Manifesto

    The guy was a crazy leftist, but that doesn’t fit the narrative the media wants you to hear.

  2. Bastard balked on his taxes but owned a big house and an airplane, along with all the associated costs (insurance, aviation fuel, storage, maintenance upkeep of licensing, etc).

    Hey, if I refused to pay taxes, maybe I could make my money last until the end of the month.

    Then I’d be arrested and not have to worry about food, clothing, and shelter any more because some government (Fed or State) would be covering it all during my incarceration.

    With my luck, though, my court-appointed attorney (since I can’t afford my own) would get me off, and I’d be back at square one.

    Naah, I think just sucking up and paying my taxes will be less effort and stress in the long run.

    Besides, when you take the space away from “The IRS,” you get the answer, anyway: theirs.

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