If dangerous drunks are a race, that would indeed make most of us racist.
Congratulations to everyone else on this plane, because they will be able to dominate all dinner party discussions for the next month by regaling everyone with the tale of the drunk woman who refused to get off a plane, threatened to sue the air marshall, and called him and a black security officer racists.
Look, I don't know what happened before this, besides the imbibing of a lot of alcohol and, apparently, years of racial resentment, but this lady forgot the one fundamental rule of air travel: you check your right to act crazy along with your bags when you get to the airport. Good or bad, it's a fact that all but the drunkest among us remember. Also, whether or not an authority figure is abusing their position, if you are asked whether you want to be picked up or walk out on your own—you should always choose to walk out on your own. If you don't, you'll never get a chance to make a run for it before getting tased.
As others have pointed out, this kid pretty much sums it all up:
Airline headphones probably work better as earmuffs than as actual headphones.
(by Johnny McNulty)