Terrorism the Tea Party can get behind.

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010 @ 11:43 am | Politics

My money is still on Limbaugh but it didn’t take these ghouls long before Dilbert’s last plane ride became a symbol of protest.

The way they see it, “he did the ultimate flipping of the bird to the man,” said JJ MacNab, a Maryland-based insurance analyst who is writing a book about tax protesters. “He stuck it to the man, and they love that.”

It is not surprising Stack would be portrayed as a hero on fringe Web sites such as stormfront.org, a forum for white supremacists. But admirers also are expressing their appreciation on mainstream sites such as Facebook, where a fan page supporting some of the things he said in his six-page manifesto had more than 2,000 members Monday.

Thank Allah that Stack wasn’t a Muslim or this story would have played out a lot differently. Has anyone heard of Stack being described as a suicide bomber? Has the liberal media been condemned as terrorist sympathizers for not condemning him fast enough? Has the president been accused of going soft on the enemy for not responding to the attack publicly? How many hours of air time has Fox News devoted to delving into the past of Stack and asking the administration why he wasn’t stopped before he decided to martyr himself?


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