A 3 and an 8 Year Old Bring Down an Airliner With Fear?

Honest, I’m not making this up! Two kids, ages 3 and 8, refused to fasten their seat belts on an Alaska Airlines flight to Vancouver with their family, so the captain made an ’emergency’ landing at Portland. Not kidding! Emergency Landing When Kids Wouldn’t Fasten Seat Belts tells the pitiful story.

No wonder we have a Congress and President who can’t run the country, industry that can’t compete from here, schools that can’t educate anybody and healthcare we can’t figure out how to afford…their family and a whole airline couldn’t get two little kids into their seat belts! And when they gave up trying, all they could think of to do was go sulk at the wrong airport.

I’ll bet that captain was so mad he held his breath the whole time they were in Portland. The parents will sue the airline, of course. Especially if they’re black and the airplane was painted white or used white napkins. Expecting their kids to enter the slavish captivity of seat belts under orders is obviously racist, especially with un-belted white cabin attendants running around. I’ll bet Al Sharpton is dreaming up his negotiation for right after he’s done with Trayon. Unless they’re white liberals, of course.

The kids are likely public school products with that much self-esteem; private and home-schooled usually have education and manners instead. And the parents are well-brainwashed devotees of some lefty child psychologist subject to and afraid of their kids, the way it sounds. They seem more childlike in fact than their kids do. Can you imagine them dragging said kids out onto the wild prarie in a covered wagon? Right…what sort of Americans are we making nowadays? And all the captain of an airliner could come up with–after, I guess, “pretty please” failed–was to lay his airliner on the floor and sulk. Impressive! We should feel really safe with leaders like that running things…

Something’s gone wrong in River City, folks…and we’re the only ones that can fix it.

About Jack Curtis

Suspicious of government, doubtful of economics, fond of figure skating (but the off-ice part, not so much)
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