Wednesday, February 24, 2010

The Little Piper That Could...I Think I Can...I Think I Can

In a new USA Today article, Congressman McCaul (R-TX) said of the recent Austin plane crash "This little Piper caused devastating damage — it almost brought the entire building down."

I guess the Congressman, certainly familiar with the official story of 9/11, was awaiting a full pancake collapse of the massive steel building, since as we know after 9/11 steel melts from fires and quickly collapses into a pile of dust.

The Congressman also has fears Al-Qaeda terrorists, now encouraged by the actions of our IRS tormented antihero, will take the initiative themselves to follow in the wake of the Austin crash with their own private plane attacks.

Enjoy the USA Today article in all its glory.


  1. I keep trying to get people to take a look at this:

    Here, does Andrea Mitchell claim to have information about the crash at least FORTY-FIVE MINUTES BEFORE IT HAPPENED?

    It can't be a time-zone issue; Mitchell (presumably) is on the East Coast. If anything, the time zone would place her a further hour ahead of the incident.

  2. Cont'd:

    Tip: Mitchell gives credit to MSNBC's Pete Williams for some of her information. Look into him as well.

    Is this another Jane Standley (BBC) type of incident?

    This needs to go viral. We need to get people on this. Someone really needs to go to town on this one. This could be huge.

  3. interesting...if it can be proved what time her other posts are set to even better.

  4. And let's not forget, Ms. Mitchell is the wife of Alan Whatshisname. MEGA-HUGE.

  5. Yeah, we all know that our metropolitan cores are just a mere cigarette throw away from total incineration, perhaps by a "disgruntled domestically radicalized left/right tobacco resister", or something... More like USSRToaody Neo-Leninist, comic book infused, toilet wipe.