Friday, November 14, 2008

William Ayers Remains Unrepentant

What do you say in response to someone who argues the night is day?

William Ayers is at it again, this time in an interview with ABC News, which reports:

Ayers defended his bomb-throwing past and repeated a statement that has infuriated his critics: "I don't think we did enough."

The college professor also
argued to "Good Morning America's" Chris Cuomo today that the bombing campaign by the Weather Underground, the group he helped found, was not terrorism.

All we can do is hope the ghost of Abraham Lincoln terrorizes Ayers if -- heaven forbid -- once he's inaugurated, President Obama ever invites Ayers to sleep over at the White House.
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road warrior said...

This is how all the liberal illuminati are, they just don't care. And that is what is going to get our country into trouble, you'll see.

knowitall said...

Who was surprised? He said it in his book. The left-wing illuminati kept him quiet for the campaign, but now he is speaking, and I hope America hears this, and doesn't make the same mistake twice.