Tag Archives: Bill Ayers

Ayering Dirty Laundry

(Check out the Redhead Republican’s Blog – promoted by Garrett) Wanna laugh your ass off on a Friday? Watch the new Redhead Republican video, Ayering Dirty Laundry! The wisdom of Brandeis University hosting Bill Ayers as a speaker is questioned by the Redhead Republican. In this video, our favorite Redhead recommends Dave Andelman, Denis Leary, and Kevin Youkilis as alternatives…

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Why The Ayers Relationship Matters

On April 12, 2002, Bill Ayers was interviewed and provided an unabashed view of his ideology and views of this country.  Barack Obama was working closely with him at the time and had been for several years. As a former Naval Aviator, had it been discovered in my background check that I had an association with a person of the…

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Barack Obama endorses Ayer’s book

Zomblog is reporting that “That One” has been found to have endorsed a William Ayer’s book back in 1997.  This seems contrary to Obama’s statements that Ayers is “just a guy from the nieghborhood”.  In fact, it is one more glaring example of the close association of these two men. Let me ask you – if you wrote a book…

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Ayers victim John Murtagh speaks.

He wrote of this months back— During the April 16 debate between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, moderator George Stephanopoulos brought up “a gentleman named William Ayers,” who “was part of the Weather Underground in the 1970s. They bombed the Pentagon, the Capitol, and other buildings. He’s never apologized for that.” Stephanopoulos then asked Obama to explain his relationship with…

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It’s The Terrorist, Stupid!

William Ayers is a terrorist. He is morally kindred to terrorist Timothy McVeigh. In fact, even a casual understanding of Weather manifestos and strategies is enough to convince the objective person that William Ayers’ clearly stated objectives are even more dangerous than those of McVeigh (now deceased). Whereas a demented Timothy McVeigh took his revenge against the Federal Government for…

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