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Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Obama and Ayers

There is a lot being made of the relationship between Barack Obama and William Ayers. Obama's people describe it as a brief encounter and no history of any relationship, but there are events and happenings that lead people to believe otherwise, such as Obama launching his state senate political career from Ayers' house and the Obama book review for Ayers. Does Obama really think people believe his story on their relationship? 

William Ayers


One of his more notable quotes;
"Kill all the rich people. Break up their cars and apartments. Bring the revolution home. Kill your parents."








His Book


Obama's review.
"A searing and timely account of the juvenile court system, and the courageous individuals who rescue hope from despair." (Chicago Tribune, 12/21/97)




Further proof of more than just an encounter relationship.
During The Time Obama And Ayers Served Together On The Woods Fund, Ayers Was Quoted Saying "I Don't Regret Setting Bombs ... I Feel We Didn't Do Enough." "'I don't regret setting bombs,' Bill Ayers said. 'I feel we didn't do enough.' Mr. Ayers, who spent the 1970's as a fugitive in the Weather Underground, was sitting in the kitchen of his big turn-of-the-19th-century stone house in the Hyde Park district of Chicago." (Dinitia Smith, "No Regrets For A Love Of Explosives," The New York Times, 9/11/01)

13 comments:

RWiley said...

Ah PIV is now caught up in the panic of having to smear Obama since he is ahead. Sound familiar?

Since you are interested in Obama smears, today, PIV, check out DRUDGE's picture of Obama holding a spray of flowers with a girlish look on his face.

We all know that a man who gets and holds flowers must be a fairy, right?

A real macho-man would only come in contact with flowers when he is dead or wants to get laid.

Anonymous said...

HAHAHAHAHA. what a joke. so desperate it's cartoonishly funny at this point.

Anonymous said...

All this has accomplished is that now the donkeys are coming back with some of the stories about McCain the military brat. He got preferance because his daddy had stripes and stars. He crashed 5 military planes and failed his mission when he screwed up and got shot down. He surrendered to the enemy and he signed the Nam propaganda letter. Hero, my ass. I am retired military I know leaders and heros. It took this screwup five landing to figure out what a tailhook was. I don't want him.

RWiley said...

Sarah shows up at the podium. She enthralls the crowd with the same talking points presented here by PIV. She gets them all worked up. Not hard, it's her base. Obama is a terrorist !! The crowd goes nuts!

A loud and clear shout comes from the crowd, "Kill Him". A patriotic republican turns to a black TV news camera man and shouts, "Sit down BOY!".

It is all on video.

Tell us how you feel about that, PIV.


Kill him!" proposed one man in the audience.

Anonymous said...

I have a solution for your republicans blog. Don't waste you money here. Take it and buy votes like the old days. You pay me 10 bucks and I will slip behind the curtain and then tell you I did it. It will give you the same warm feeling of pee runnning down your leg that this did. This is sick stuff, dude.

Anonymous said...

A lying message to be proud of? You should stay local with your negative rants. Let that type of fear monguring and hatred stay on the national TV and on the shows of O'Reilly and Limbaugh. You are stooping too low now.

RWiley said...

While PIV, and his heros are spewing this republican hate and blowing the smoke of evil, this is what the Wall Street Journal had to say, today, about the real business of this country.

McCain Plans Federal Health Cuts


The market took another big one today and your are not paying attention, PIV.

Anonymous said...

No smear, Wiley. Obama has some pretty sleazy friends. It's quite a feat for Ayers, going from plotting to bomb the pentagon to being a guest at the White House. These are interesting times.

RWiley said...

"No smear, Wiley"

I assume you mean rwiley.

John McCain's many years of experience has not left him without sleazy friends. His association with the Keating Five saw a couple of his sleazy friends go to jail. And that, unlike your "Terrorist by Association" charge, is a matter of national record as a result of a congressional investigation and his censure by his peers.

Anonymous said...

The world economy his crumbling and you're talking about something from 35 years ago as a major campaign issue? LMAO.

John McCain served for decades side by side with segregationists Jesse Helms and Strom Thurmond. Both supported KKK actions earlier in life, when John McCain was in his 20s.

Did John McCain ever have a meeting with either of these men? Did he ever work with either of these men on issues? Or did he quit the Senate in opposition of their racially radical views?

I think we know the answer.

Also, did Sarah Palin kick her husband out of the house for advocating secession from the union...a move similar to when the South tried to seceed?

I think we know the answer.

You're a hypocrit.

D-E-S-P-E-R-A-T-E

Anonymous said...

You're so full of crap you stink from here, Rwiley. RWILEY. MR WILLEY or however you want to spell it. Comparing the Dems who were convicted of wrongdoing while McCain was exonerated is a stretch. Not one I'm surprised at you about. And even if there was a connection, comparing sleazy pols with people who try to kill people is total bs. Even for you, it's total bs. I'm beginning to see there is no limit to your crap.

Anonymous said...

Oh, one more thing, Rweeeelwy. Nice of you to grow a set of ethics and return the money. Nice timing too. Yours is a name better off forgotten.

Anonymous said...

In response to Darrell kinsman rwiley's 2nd post, this GOPer absolutely decries any racial hostility or prejudice that is out there on the Presidential level or anywhere. While I disagree with Obama's platforms I think its is great to be beyond the racial divides of the past far enough to see him where he is---just as it’s super to see Palin where she is as an ordinary woman (not a high powered attorney like Hillary)
However, it must be pointed out that the alleged remarks came from people in the crowd, not the candidate. Also, I followed your link and the "kill him" was not as I gathered from your post aimed at Obama---but Ayers in response to his early statements raised by Palin.
Again, I certainly condemn "kill him" or like remarks-- as any candidate should---however that being said, everyone ought to read the published remarks even as late as 2006 of Bill Ayers---who is an associate and friendly neighbor of Obama no matter how you slice it! Mr. Ayers and his wife have said and done worse throughout their shameful life of terrorism.
If you're taking issue with what a crowd says then you ought to equally report the protest remarks by Obama stalwarts outside McCain/Palin rallies. An elderly friend of mine in California emailed me with some stuff that happened at the Palin rally she attended there---the Obama supporters protesting the rally were pretty rough with their words harassing and intimidating participants there.
There should be no room for that in a healthy political dialogue.
Oh and Rwiley, you lose your authority to pontificate on righteousness by your first post with its very clear innuendo....many of us get it, and we get you.
You better get back to the boiler room....you have a class warfare election to run and Courtney needs some more of your vitriol in his efforts

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