Saturday, March 28, 2015

TOM COTTON: TRAGIC HERO


Tom Cotton, Tragic Hero    Despite the value of his open letter, he will become Obama’s scapegoat when the Iran negotiations inevitably fail.
. . . "Robin said the conversation between the two pilots before the captain left the cockpit started normally but that Lubitz’s replies became “laconic” as they started readying what would have been the normal descent to the airport of Duesseldorf.
“His responses become very brief. There is no proper exchange as such,” he said. It was not clear why the captain had left the cockpit but it was probably to use the toilet, he said.” . . .

Bill Hayden
The Tunnel Dweller

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