True Believer complains “Miracle on the Hudson” crew didn’t mention God.

It’s not enough for some people that they attribute every good thing that happens in their lives to God, but they expect everyone else to do it as well. Case in point: Dena Malda of Muskegon Michigan who took up a pen, after watching the “60 Minutes” interview with the crew of the plane that made an emergency landing on the Hudson river, and wrote the following to the editor:

On the Feb. 8 “60 Minutes” program, we were captivated while viewing the Katie Couric interview of the crew and passengers of Flight 1549.

However, we were struck there was not one mention of God, who directs pilots of planes and secures the safety of passengers.

We have written CBS and asked them for more realistic programming. Help protect our freedoms. Write CBS about this.

Did you get that? Apparently this person is upset because God didn’t get any credit for directing the pilots of the planes and securing the safety of the passengers. If you thought it was the madskillz of the pilot that got that plane down safely then you’re living in fantasy land because that’s clearly not realistic. More importantly allowing the flight crew to not mention God is apparently a threat to our freedoms! The only solution is to write to CBS and have them pass a rule where Katie has to repeatedly ask: “And what part did God play in saving your lives?” every time she interviews survivors because if God doesn’t get his acknowledgments then next time he’ll let you fuckers drop like a rock.