Skip to comments.Explosive device rocks Social Security office in Casa Grande
Posted on 11/30/2012 1:03:18 PM PST by exbrit
CASA GRANDE, AZ (CBS5) - An explosion violently shook the Social Security Administration building in Casa Grande but didn't injure anyone Friday morning.
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Thank goodness no one was hurt
Was it the Bottom of the “Fiscal Cliff”?
Now we know why Social Security bought all of those ammunition rounds for.
I’ll never get over Casa Grande
“Was it the Bottom of the Fiscal Cliff?”
Whatever it was, I’m sure it will be categorized as “workplace violence.”
I guess pissed off grannies will be labeled domestic terrorist now
And so it begins.
Where does it end?
The people need circuses and bread.
Nothing is new under the sun.
I live about 25 miles north of there and have been to the DES office in CG, which is a few blocks away from the site of the explosion. Funny thing, that building is supposedly across the street from the police department. Fail!
lol. Beat me to the punch.
"We're coming in from the north, below their radar."
Coming soon to your regional IRS facilities.
Andy went to pieces
Grannies? Have you been to a Social Security office lately?
You would probably be hard pressed to find a gray hair in the waiting room. Most are now filled with young (very healthy looking) people who are there getting benefits for themselves and/or their children. Each, of course, has a terrible "disability".
Yeah, the disability being mexican, female, pregnant and unable to speak English.
What's the difference between "violently shook" and "gently nudged"?
From the story, it sounds like someone with a grudge against the government (probably one of the very few who was turned down for SSI disability status because he's 32, healthy and able to work, but voted for Bush once) who decided to whip up a little party popper.
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