Ayers Audio Unearthed From Time He Appeared With Obama

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    unearthed? did national geographic sponsor a dig?
     
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    you really are a pathetic retard paperboy.

    NO ONE BUT THE HARD RIGHT GIVES A FUCK ABOUT AYERS! get a fucking clue!
     
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    Wow. That's a really hyper response to something you think nobody cares about.
    People do care about it. Why? Because we don't want the fuck in the White House at any time. He bombed the Pentagon. He doesn't belong anywhere near the president.
     
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    I'm starting to think you have the hots for me.
     
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    Liberals always think they speak for "everyone". An obvious attempt to overcompensate for areas of extreme smallness. :tongue:
     
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    Who is "we"? I fear that Caribou Barbie in office. Will she invite her leader friend from the AIP?

    I have to say that the Weather Underground and other radical sixties groups did cause injury to people, and in some cases even killed people.

    The Weathermen and others at that time were the most radical fringe element of the left wing, and many of their actions were reprehensible.

    On the other hand, it was the small start of the kind of revolution some of th e posters here talks about when they speaks of the need to rebel against a government that has become too powerful, and one that wants to shred the rights of citizens.

    That is what was happening in the Nixon White House, plus the anti-war sentiment caused by the horrors of that war.

    So the violent rebellion of SDS, Weathermen, etc. is, while not justifiable, understandable.

    What they did succeed in doing was to make the country aware of the illegaliaties and consolidation of power taking place in Nixon's administration, the suppression of people's rights to assemble, etc.

    The Chicago Police were busting heads at the Democratic Convention in '68 during PEACEFUL protests. It's a wonder the rebels weren't more violent.
     
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    So this brings me to the logical question of if you guys can fear Palin why can't we fear Obamalama? Isn't this an equal opportunity fear nation?
     
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    They served on a board together and met 4 times. This board was put together by an ambassador that Ronald Reagan hired. Of course, you always do fail to mention that.

    I listened to the audio... absolutely zippo about Barrack Obama. He didn't mention him once. The text is irrelevant.

    But hey, that's just my opinion and the opinion of voters.

    If people cared about Ayres, McCain would be leading in the polls.
     
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