May 05 2008

First Wright Was Wrong For Obama, Now Ayers Stomps Out Obama’s Last Hopes

Published by at 10:52 am under 2008 Elections,All General Discussions

Boy this does not take much discussion to see how this picture of Obama buddy and 1960’s terrorists bomber stomping the US flag one month before 9-11 will play out for Clinton this week. Poor Barack, he never seemed to see it coming.

The caption above says, in part, about Ayers and the Weather Underground “The group was dealing with the past with a kind of amnesia about violence. Bill Ayers recollected his adventurous violence with practiced jokes “Guilty as hell, free as a bird, it’s a great country” “.

Boy, don’t we all miss those adventurous days of our youth and all the bombing and killing and spitting on soldiers? Man, those were the days – right Barack? This will leave a mark on Obama.

14 responses so far

14 Responses to “First Wright Was Wrong For Obama, Now Ayers Stomps Out Obama’s Last Hopes”

  1. KauaiBoy says:

    Unfortunately, every society needs deviants like Ayers to help define the boundaries of acceptable thought and behavior. Now that he has outlived his usefulness, it is time to forget him but remember that those of his ilk will always be a part of a free society. Keep them faceless and nameless and don’t feed into their childish need for attention. The guy is as much a loser today as he was in the 60’s. But I would still love to meet him in that blind alley!!!

  2. sashal says:

    how come he is allowed to teach in the respectable university.
    Shouldn’t he be in jail or exiled or ostracized at least?.

    He is allowed students, that terrorist. .Are the people who hired him dumb ? That university should be shut down forever.

  3. Terrye says:

    Look at Ward Churchill. He is a charlatan and he still got tenure. The universities are where the old radicals went when it was time to make a living. They never had to adapt to the real world, they had tenure.

  4. tomk59 says:

    As much as I’d like to agree, AJ, the fact is that many of the people who are going to vote for Obama have no problem with people like Wright or Ayers. When push comes to shove , they’ll still vote for him.

  5. ivehadit says:

    Tom, you are so right, imho. The secret is that the libs all agree with Wright and Ayers…they just don’t like it that is will hurt Obama in the general election. They are dissing Wright now not because they disagree with him, it’s that he made public their beliefs which they constantly are trying to keep “under wraps”….until Nov. 5th.

  6. breschau says:

    Yes, Tom and Ive, you’re both right.

    I will definitely not be voting for Bill Ayers or Rev. Wright.

    *whew* I’m glad I got that off my chest. I feel so much better now.


    “The secret is that the libs all agree with Wright and Ayers”

    Seriously? You think *ALL* liberals agree with everything both of these two have said? Every single one of us thinks exactly the same way?

    Wow. That’s a rather stunning example of self-delusion.

    Do agree with everything that’s ever been said by, say – Rev. Hagee or Pat Robertson?

  7. crazy says:

    Two questions for Sen Obama, Senior Lecturer of Constitutional Law, Univ of Chicago. What is the statute of limitations for treason? As President how would you treat past or future acts of anarch and treason?

  8. ivehadit says:

    The liberals of today are not your ’60’s liberal. Moderates are not welcome. And yes, they do believe the anti-American rants of Wright and Ayers.

    And for the record, the DNC talking points about Hagee and Robertson, LOL!: neither was a spiritual mentor for 20 years nor did they marry or baptize any of the children of any of the presidential candidates as far as I know. By the fact that one would even bring up those two names shows the *true* delusions of the Left. But hey, BRING IT ON! 🙂

  9. breschau says:


    I am a liberal. (I know, scary around here.) I denounce the same proclamations from Rev. Wright that Obama did last week (or so). I do not believe that the US gov’t was responsible for spreading AIDS amongst the African American community. I do not believe that the US is wholly responsible for the reactions from Al Qaeda on 9/11 – I do not believe that it is a “chickens come home to roost” situation.

    I do not supporting the views espounted by the Rev. Wright, in his most controversial sermons. (Pulled, I may say, from 20+ years of sermons in his church)

    I do support the views espoused by Barack Obama.

    If you find anyting in Obama’s offical stances that support that you are alleging, please let me know.


  10. The Macker says:

    Your disclaimer is a “distinction without a difference.”
    While grandly “not supporting” the views of obvious thugs and demagogues, you support one who tolerates and receives support from such, until backed into a corner. And you apparently tolerate such views (Wright, Ayres et al) yourself. This consummate “toleration” is simply social decay and destroys nations from within.

  11. ivehadit says:

    Let’s not forget to connect all the dots, no?

    And let’s not forget that Barack sought the approval of Ayers when he launched his campaign. And let’s not forget that Michelle has never been proud of her country until this year. And let’t not forget that Barack continues to go to the church that CONTINUES to spew hatred. And let’s not forget that Barack used Wright’s words in his own book.

    The funny thing is, I don’t think you can show me any substantive evidence to what Barack claims to be…which I am not even sure of what that is! He is a box of Tide to reminisce about “The Selling of a President”.

  12. ivehadit says:

    Breschau, being a liberal is not scary to me. Been there, done that.

    The liberal mindset of the dem party today truly is one of victimhood, acting out of dysfunctions (can we say co-dependence par excellance!), a lack of good clear boundaries and hence, an overwhelming passion to have the rest of the world be as miserable as they are. And because there is a lack of good boundaries, most liberals in the dem party become victims of the elites who use them for their own political power grabs (read control).

    And look, I am not saying that there are not issues on the hard right. I write about them often. As I see it the extremes of both sides are the same coin, just the opposite side…Alternating one as the pitcher, the other the catcher.

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