Sunday, September 27, 2009


Do Heroes exist after all?

Apparently some people in Kentucky have figured out what to do about government officials.

This made my day: apnews

Maybe I was too soon with declaring that there are no heroes left in the world. Apparently some still knows who the enemy is and what to do about it.

After Sparkman's body was found, the Census Bureau suspended door-to-door interviews in rural Clay County until the investigation is complete. So stringing up some usless droid have suspended one useless government idiocy, what does that tell ya?

From the article:

MANCHESTER, Ky. (AP) - When Bill Sparkman told retired trooper Gilbert Acciardo that he was going door-to-door collecting census data in rural Kentucky, the former cop drawing on years of experience warned: "Be careful."

The 51-year-old Sparkman was found hanged from a tree near a Kentucky cemetery and had the word "fed" scrawled on his chest, a law enforcement official said Wednesday, and the FBI is investigating whether he was a victim of anti-government sentiment.

From 1996 to 2006, according to the group's most recent data, violent episodes against federal Bureau of Land Management and Forest Service workers soared from 55 to 290.

"Even as illustrated in town hall meetings today, there is a distinct hostility in a large segment of the population toward people who work for their government,"