Plan C

Globalist billionaires don’t like you blocking the roads or security lines at the airport. Their plans A and B didn’t work very well, but plan C has been a spectacular success so far.

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4 Responses to Plan C

  1. Jeff L. says:

    Interesting that the media and unions are claiming that the vaccine mandate has nothing to do with the Southwest “sick out”. They’re saying the same thing about the Kaiser labor protest. Just a coincidence that both of these labor actions began mere weeks before the mandate deadline?

  2. rah says:

    I haven’t flown since the oppressive measures they put in place after 9/11. Several of my friends have also abstained for the same reason. It wasn’t fear of terrorists that drove some us from flying commercial. I always Loved flying. Even if it was nap of the earth at 200 AGL at night wearing 200 lb of parachute and military equipment with guys around me puking.

  3. Bob Cherba (@rbcherba) says:

    My first flight was in an Air Force C-119, “Flying Boxcar” in 1955 — metal shelf seat with indentations for your butt; no heat; January. My last flight was 2007 from Michigan to Arizona. While in the Air Force, the government provided me with flights to the Philippines on a Slick Airways 707 (I remember Bob Newhart’s … “airline and screen door company” routine.) Best civilian flight was business trip in 1968 from Detroit Metro to San Francisco, American Airlines, first class, with pleasant stewardesses and wine — too much wine. It was all downhill from there. ‘Frequent (weekly) flyer in 1980s. Occasionally saved from coach by being upgraded to first class. Nice touch. Can’t even imagine flying anywhere now.

    • Dave Chapman says:

      I hear you.
      I used to be a frequent flier on Alaska.
      Have taken one round-trip in the last two years.
      Yikes! Won’t do that again for a long while.

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