Sunday, May 04, 2008

Bill Ayers stepping on a US flag in 2001

My good friend Anne Leary of Backyard Conservative, a fabulous North Shore blogger, tipped me off to this picture, which I've heard rumors about, of Bill Ayers stepping on a US flag in 2001.

I believe it's from Chicago Magazine, and it accompanied an article in which Ayers was peddling his terrorist memoir, Fugitive Days

At the time this photograph was taken, Obama and Ayers were serving together on the board of the Woods Fund. It was in 2001 when Ayers donated $200 to Obama's State Senate campaign fund.

"Guilty as sin, free as a bird, it's a great country" is one of the Ayers quotes in the top clipping.

Thanks for the links:

Michelle Malkin
Classical Values
National Review's Campaign Spot
Melanie Morgan

UPDATE 12:20 PM CDT: The Radio Patriot has a color picture of a slightly different photo of Ayers stepping on the flag.




M. Simon said...

Backyard Conservative is special isn't she. I first linked her to the Grodon - car scratching incident,.

Anonymous said...

One word: bang!

Anonymous said...

Stepping on the flag is the highest form of patriotism.

/Obama's supporters

Anonymous said...

What a piece of garbage (Ayers, not the flag he's treating as such). That's the American Left, though, and I'm sure the libs will try to excuse it and minimize it...after all, how does talking about it "help the children"?

Michael said...

More like "guilty as sin, free as a bird, it's great to be the son of the CEO of Commonwealth Edison."

torabora said...

We should be happy that Ayers is Obamas buddy. With Bubbas pardoning of the Puerto Rican bombers, I think a case can be made that the Democratic party is soft on domestic terrorism.

Anonymous said...

"As a result of their friendship with Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert, Bill and Bernadind Dohrn raised Chesa Boudin."

What kind of parents hand their kid over to two terrorists to raise?

A Jacksonian said...

Ayers is just one of the interesting circle of friends around Obama... Beyond Rezko, Wright, Ayers, Dhorn, you also get Auchi (who is the most well connected amongst them) Khalidi, Abunimah, Allison Davis, Rev. Pfleger. Abunimah and Davis get Woods grants while Ayers and Obama were there, while Davis and Rezko were developing properties in which Pfleger has an interest in via his company which shows up on an alderman's list during the Rezko trial.

Really its a 'You scratch my back, I'll scratch yours' sort of deal in that circle and connections between them show up in interesting places.

Anonymous said...

That flag would have made a good lapel pin. No matter, Obama doesn't want one anyway.

Rocker 419 said...

Nice to see Obama's good friends have such a positive attitude towards the country that granted them freedom of speech. This picture is gonna haunt Obama.

Anonymous said...

The kind of parents that handed over a child to Bill and Bernadine were members of the Weather Underground who were convicted of participating in robbery of a Brink's Armored Car while killing a guard and the murder of 2 police officers. Kathy Boudin got out of prison in 2003. Gilbert is in the slam for life as a "political prisoner". Chesa Boudin was graduated from Yale and selected as a Rhodes Scholar. He is quoted as saying, "My parents were all dedicated to fighting US imperialism around the world. I’m dedicated to the same thing.”

Pat said...

But he's a mainstream Chicago liberal, according to Barack!

Anonymous said...

"What kind of parents hand their kid over to two terrorists to raise?"

All the parents in Chicago, whether they want to or not. Ayers was involved in "reforming" education there. I guess the bumber sticker should read, "It takes a terrorist to raise a child."

Anonymous said...

Nice catch, John. Perhaps this is the kind of "show of patriotism" that Obma can appreciate.

Chief RZ said...

Let's ask Obama if he agrees with stepping on our Flag of the United States of America


Melanie linked too.

charliefreak said...

The best quote is in the top blurb. He burned his draft card, but he wasn't stupid, he didn't burn his credit card. Which of these statements is more likely to come out of his mouth. "Down with capitalism" or "Do you take American Exspress?"

Anonymous said...

Could you make that picture bigger? Thanks.

Marathon Pundit said...

Can't figure that part out....It's on Picasa or some sort of service like that.

Unknown said...

This red baiting is so silly and such a waste of time.

You might want to check the entire board of the Woods Fund before jumping to Sean Hannity conclusions about Ayers relationship with Obama.

And at a whopping $200 donated to Obama his state senator in his own district (including republican richard posner), I now believe I have a more direct connection to the Senator.

pst314 said...

"I believe it's from Chicago Magazine"

Yes, it's from the August 2001 issue.

It is indeed sickening how liberal journalists (and academics) continue to look up to fascist thugs like Ayers.

pst314 said...

"That flag would have made a good lapel pin. No matter, Obama doesn't want one anyway."

Hmmm, maybe he just moved the pin. Have you checked the soles of his shoes? ;-)

Anonymous said...

"it's a great country"--now see, he isn't saying G**D*** America, he loves it here!

Anonymous said...

Birds of a feather, flock together.

Anonymous said...

Wow, one says "G-D America!" and another's stompin' on the Flag. What're the chances of having two friends that have such publicly notorious anti-Patriotic stances while B. Hussein won't put his hand over his heart or wear a flag pin.

Of course, it's just coincidence. BHO's friends exhibit these character traits for 20 years or more, unnoticed by BHO. BHO even called Rev. Wright a mentor, yet upon the very day he "learned" what he actually thinks, he has to say, "That's not the same person I knew 20 years ago!"

We won't have 20 years to learn what BHO might really think of Putin, Raoul Castro, Hu Jintao, Hugo Chavez, or Mymood Ahminajihad. They might well have attacked us 18 years before that.

Anonymous said...

But don't you dare question his patriotism! Shit on Chicago Magazine for glamorizing this domestic terrorist.

davod said...

Another person driven to terrorism due to his poverty stricken background. It is so great that he managed to navigate his way through the world to his present position. All pun.

Anonymous said...

The main thing that we all need to get together and notice about Ayers is that he is a hypocrite. He is an utter failure as an idealogue, as he has ultimately embraced that which he claims to hate. He has been coddled and safe in this country that he in theory despises. That he doesn't believe his own rhetoric is blatantly obvious in his lifestyle. He's indistinguishable from your average upper/middle class WASP in innumerable ways. He is ALL TALK and NO WALK. I bet it keeps him awake at night too, what a sell out he is.

Anonymous said...

I absolutely agree with this article. That's just another thing to place on this site,

Obama's hateful supporters will LOVE this!

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Assuming this is not just a photoshop special, Ayers is 64 now which would have made him 57 at the time of this photo. No way the guy in this pic is over 45. Nice try at another smear.

WIZolman said...

So why did Bill Clinton PARDON two members of the Weather Underground???

Anonymous said...

In 2001, Ayers published Fugitive Days: A Memoir. Much of the controversy about Ayers during the decade since the year 2000 stems from an interview he gave to the New York Times on the occasion of the memoir's publication.

The reporter quoted him as saying "I don't regret setting bombs" and "I feel we didn't do enough", and, when asked if he would "do it all again" as saying "I don't want to discount the possibility.

Ayers has not denied the quotes, but he protested the interviewer's characterizations in a Letter to the Editor published September 15, 2001: "This is not a question of being misunderstood or 'taken out of context', but of deliberate distortion.

In the ensuing years, Ayers has repeatedly avowed that when he said he had "no regrets" and that "we didn't do enough" he was speaking only in reference to his efforts to stop the United States from waging the Vietnam War, efforts which he has described as ". . . inadequate [as] the war dragged on for a decade."

Ayers has maintained that the two statements were not intended to imply a wish they had set more bombs.

Let's set the record straight.

davod said...

"The main thing that we all need to get together and notice about Ayers is that he is a hypocrite."

I have read that he uses his position as a teacher of teachers to include radical precepts into the teaching model. The teachers teach children based upon this ratbags teachings.

Anonymous said...

Bill Ayers was a frustrated idealist, frustrated at the 55,000 kids we saw die on tv every night. Frustrated that the US Government was ignoring the will of the people and refusing to stop an illegal and immoral war.

What die he do? Bombed military recruiting stations and government buildings. Casualties: none.

To many of us who fought so hard against the Vietnam War he was a hero. He had the cojones to stand up to his government. Nobody today even protests. Pathetic.

Anonymous said...

This is a nonstory. Obama did not appoint Ayers to the Woods board. There's no evidence he recommended him or ever did anything else for Ayers. The same board had bankers and businesspeople as well. Don't stoop to McCarthyism.

Anonymous said...

Maybe Obama didn't appoint Ayers to any boards, but it's quite likely that Ayers appointed Obama to a few. For "rossi" and "lincolnduncan" and anybody else who thinks there is no real relationship between Ayers and Obama, here is some must reading:

Who "sent" Obama?

Obamaisdone said...

McCarthyism? Hahahaha, give me a break. How in the hell is it McCarthyism to point out a man's associations with an unrepentant terrorist? And I don't know about you, but I sure as hell wouldn't have served on a board with Ayers, and I don't know anyone else who would either, except maybe Markos Moulitsas; but then again, there may not have been enough anti-semites on the board for Markos' taste.
And the only reason there were no casualties from Ayers' bombings is because he was an imcompetent jackass. That someone is willing to give him a pass over that not only sniffs of left-wing blog talking points, but also of ridiculous apologia to a wannabe murderer and an unapologetic terrorist. What a defense: "Hey, he planted bombs, but no one was killed" Wow, I feel better about him already.
And please spare me the crap about the Vietnam War. Millions and millions of people protested that war without ever planting a single bomb. It's amazing how the left decries violence until they figure out it can further their policy goals, which, by the way, is the text book definition of terrorism. And the last time I checked, the Vietnam War had been over for 28 years (if you consider the signing of the Paris Peace Accords to be the end of our involvement) when he was interviewed by the NY Times, and he still hadn't renounced his actions. People aren't calling him unapologetic because they like to display their mastery of big words.

The left is denouncing it as McCartythism now because they are attempting to blunt the damage this picture is certain to do to Obama, the man who called this pathetic flag-desecrator a mainstream liberal. By the way, Obama never returned his donation.
I cannot wait until the fall when this picture is almost certain to be on a commercial. I can hear the narrator's intonation already: "While John McCain was being tortured in a POW camp, 'mainstream liberal' Bill Ayers was planting bombs at the Pentagon. Barack Obama felt it was OK to attend a party at this man's house and serve on a board with him for years". Just one more nail in Obama's November coffin.

Anonymous said...

Rossi stated: "You might want to check the entire board of the Woods Fund before jumping to Sean Hannity conclusions about Ayers relationship with Obama.'"

Why? I wouldn't serve on a board with Ayers for the same reason I wouldn't serve on one with David Duke. They are both scum that should be shunned, not embraced. I suspect a large portion of the electorate in the United States probably feels the same way.

Rossi stated: "And at a whopping $200 donated to Obama his state senator in his own district (including republican richard posner), I now believe I have a more direct connection to the Senator.'

Have you attended a party with Barack also? Damn, you are connected. Hey, the excuses just don't fly. And as I mentioned in another post, Obama never returned that donation, as far as I know; christ he called him a "mainstream liberal". Now I have never held liberals in much regard, but come on now.
Like I said earlier, just replace the name of William Ayers with that of David Duke, and ask yourself if such behavior would be acceptable? I think the obvious answer is no. But all Ayers did was plant bombs with the intent to kill soldiers serving the United States and belong to a group that murdered three innocent men in New York. That's not so bad, is it?

Anonymous said...

An anonymous idiot stated: "The reporter quoted him as saying "I don't regret setting bombs" and "I feel we didn't do enough", and, when asked if he would "do it all again" as saying "I don't want to discount the possibility.

Ayers has not denied the quotes, but he protested the interviewer's characterizations in a Letter to the Editor published September 15, 2001: "This is not a question of being misunderstood or 'taken out of context', but of deliberate distortion"

As if their is another "characterization" that somehow legitimizes the quote "I don't regret setting bombs". If you actually believe this is a problem of Ayers being "mischaracterized" then not only do you need to have your brain checked because you are a gullible moron, but you also need to find out where you misplaced your moral compass.

pst314 said...

Ayers did not oppose the Vietnam war because he was a pacifist who hated to see young men die. He opposed the war because he supported the Communists and wanted them to win. And he has "no regrets."

Unknown said...

G*d Damn Amerikkkkkkka. Obama '08

Anonymous said...

Well...he's in good company.

Eugene J. Mascoli said...

Should we respect Ayers or the publisher's copyright of this image? Or should we disseminate it all over the blogosphere and make sure Obama has to explain Ayers even more than he's had to explain Wight? What would Ayers do?

IanMc said...

The white power structure fears that Obama will be the next American President and they are trying to distract voters with non-issues such as this.

hwebb54 said...

Why isn't this breaking news on CNN and MSNBC. Shouldn't people know what kind of people Barack Obama is friends with? Doesn't look like Barack can say that he was 8 years old when this happened. Obama is a fraud.

Anonymous said...

and not folowed up by the media

"Obama and Ayers (a professor of education) worked together on the Chicago Annenberg Challenge for several years in an ultimately unsuccessful effort to reform Chicago's public schools. The extent of their relationship is not clear, since Obama has been opaque on this topic both in a televised debate and at his website. However, Ayers was instrumental in founding the Chicago Annenberg Challenge and Obama was the group's first chairman, so there is something being concealed there."

Anonymous said...

Please explain Bill Clinton's FULL PARDON of two members of the Weather Underground. How desperate the anti-Obamans have become.

I sat next to OJ at an athletic awards banquet at City College of SF. I guess that makes me a murderer.

I had lunch once with Attorney Charles Garry, who represented the Black Panther Party. That makes me a black Panther.

I attended Catholic Church. That makes me a child molester.

Obama is going to win. I love the distress that causes you racist clowns.

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Anonymous said...

I have never understood these people. If they hate America, and think burning or stepping on the flag is something to smile about, why on earth do they live here?

I've heard that there is a picture lying around somewhere of Ayers with Obama. I can't confirm it, but if one pops up it could set his campaign on fire.

Russ said...

Obama is such an ass for not wearing a flag pin. I wear mine 24-7, because really, lets be honest, that's the only real way to prove one's patriotism. It's okay that it's a confederate flag pin, right?

Anonymous said...

The American flag is not the symbol of America. It's the symbol of the American GOVERNMENT, and most of what the American government does is deeply hostile to the ideals of liberty on which this country was supposedly founded. Thus I see it as the flag of an occupying army. You can revere the Declaration of Indpendence, or you can revere the American flag, but you can't do both.

Anonymous said...

Good Job! :)

Anonymous said...

Good Job! :)

Anonymous said...

How much longer will you loons keep making something out of nothing, as if any contact Obama ever had with Ayers, for whatever reason or cause, means they are terrorist partners and best pals? Ayers is currently a Professor at the University of Illinois, not some marginal character building pipe bombs in his basement, and Obama being a board member of a charity group in 2000 which Ayers also happened to be a member of doesn't mean they are best pals or that Obama condones the radical group Ayers was part of in the 1960's when Obama was in elementary school.

Anonymous said...

Last Wednesday, Sheriff's deputies arrived at the home of a woman in Akron, Ohio named Addie Polk, in order to evict her.

After 38 years in that house, Ms. Polk had fallen behind on paying the mortgage.

It was so bad that the company that held that mortgage, Fannie Mae, had foreclosed.

In fact, it was far worse than anybody knew.

Addie Polk couldn't bear it any more.

So, rather than be evicted, she... shot herself in the chest.

Evidently she will survive. And, after Congressman Dennis Kucinich brought her plight to the floor of the House, Fannie Mae -- the mortgage giant you and I and all the rest of us pretty much own now - agreed it would forgive Addie Polk's debt and, when she gets out of the hospital, let her go back and live in her home again.

That this is already a gothic horror story, you'll agree.

But I left out one detail.

Addie Polk... is 90 years old.

In the self-pronounced area of expertise of the Governor of Alaska -- energy -- the real experts of both parties are at a loss to figure out any way, even 'drill, baby, drill', that might lower gas prices before 2018.

We are at war in two countries -- and a lame duck President with no reason to check his own imbalance... still has dreams of one more.
And a 90-year old woman, trapped in the middle of a financial meltdown, shoots herself -- and she's still in better shape than the economy.
Yet the Governor of Alaska wants to talk about somebody Barack Obama doesn't know very well, and what this somebody Barack Obama doesn't know very well, did… during the year Obama was eight... and the Governor of Alaska was in pre-Kindergarten.

And she wants to talk about Reverend Jeremiah Wright...

And she doesn't object to being introduced with a reference to Barack Obama's middle name.

Well, this is my suggestion.

In much the same way we, America -- in the corporate persona of Fannie Mae -- have forgiven poor Addie Polk of Akron, Ohio...

We, America, also need to forgive… poor Sarah Palin of Wasilla, Alaska.

They are both in situations that are beyond their ability to cope.

They are both stuck in a crucible caused by forces they cannot comprehend.

They are both unable to understand... what they are doing.

After stumbling through a clumsier version of it at Englewood, Colorado...

The Governor of Alaska said Saturday at Carson, California... quote:
"Our opponent is someone who sees America as imperfect enough to pal around with terrorists who targeted their own country." She later defended the remark by adding this was an "association that has been known but hasn't been talked about."

Governor, Conservative groups have thus far spent ten million dollars this year trying to make something -- anything -- out of the brief interaction on a charity board between Senator Obama, and a rehabilitated former domestic radical from the '60s - and not even Conservatives have been stupid enough to buy the snake oil, that this was either a close relationship or a nefarious one.

But of course, you know better, Governor.

You're smarter than the rest of us.

A reporter asks you a horrible gotcha question like 'which newspapers do you read' and it takes you four days to come up with an answer, and somehow -- it's the reporter's fault.

The reporter asks you to name one Supreme Court ruling with which you disagree other than Roe-v-Wade and even though you'd commented on just such a case -- from Alaska no less -- not three months ago -- your eyes turn into a big neon sign reading "Vacancy" -- and you insist it's because that evil media asked the wrong question.

So you're the genius Governor, and it's your supporters and the undecided voters who are the dopes who are now going to believe the same mickey-mouse crap that Senator Clinton couldn't get to stick, and Sean Hannity couldn't get to stick, just because it's you adding that word "terrorist" and that phrase "palling around" and dropping the "g" in pal-ling.

And of course, Governor, those same dopes, and we media morons, we are not smart enough to ask about that pesky Alaskan Independence Party, and why you recorded a speech for its convention last March, and why your husband remained a registered member of it until 2002, even though it was founded by a man named Joe Vogler who wanted Alaska to secede from the United States..

The way the South seceded, precipitating the Civil War.

The same Joe Vogler who once said:

"The fires of hell are frozen glaciers compared to my hatred for the American government, and I won't be buried under their damn flag."

And who also said:

"I'm an Alaskan, not an American. I've got no use for America or her damned institutions."

Shoot, Governor, them's strong words, hah?

Did he wink as he said 'em?

You betcha!

So… where does Joe Vogler rank on the scales of "terrorists who would target their own country"?

Your opponent's guy Ayers wound up on a volunteer anti-poverty committee in Chicago.

But your guy Vogler wound up founding a group that wanted to rip one of the stars off the American flag!

Well, ok, Governor -- Vogler's more your husband's guy.

So it's your husband who's been "palling around with terrorists who would target their own country."But I'm assuming you've been "palling around" with your husband.

But, gee willikers, Governor, you know what's best.

You're not one of these Washington insiders who would notice that though that's a straight line connecting you, your husband, and this Alaskan secessionist, you're standing under a banner with the campaign slogan "Country First" and if somebody out there puts two and two together they might just ask, "which Country didja mean? The Country of Alaska?"

"The heels are on," you said with another smile. "The gloves are off." Well, if you're telling William Kristol you want to talk about Jeremiah Wright... fer sure!

So, Governor... you don't mind addressing whether this Pastor Muthee is a terrorist? Do you?

We've told you before about Pastor Thomas Muthee.

He's the preacher who visited the Wasilla Assembly of God church a couple of times while the Governor was there -- ironically enough, just about as many times as Bill Ayres has met Barack Obama -- and, see, there was this one time where Pastor Muthee actually laid hands on the Governor.

And I'm sure that sounds like just some crazy anecdote, except there's videotape.

And of course the Governor talked about this moment -- the laying on of hands -- just last summer.

It was in October, 2005, as the video indicates, when Muthee put his hands on Sarah Palin's back and said, "make a way for Sarah, even in the political arena. Make a way, my God. Bring finances her way, even if for the campaign in the name of Jesus... "Every form of witchcraft, it will be rebuked in the name of Jesus. Father, make her way now. "And the Governor said that "bold" approach of Pastor Muthee was one of the reasons she became Governor… and she gives him just oodles of credit for puttin' her on the path.

The problem for the governor is... that in 1999 The Christian Science Monitor reported that Pastor Muthee had gotten his start a decade earlier in Kenya, in the Nairobi suburb of Kiambu…

Kimabu was crime-ridden...

So this character Muthee showed up, and announced it was the fault of this woman in town who he had decided was a witch.

And Muthee gave the witch a choice: either be saved, or get out of town.
And the woman initially chose none of the above, but this became less than a viable option when Muthee got 200 of the townspeople together and they decided, heck, you know, Muthee's right, she probably is a witch, and the next thing you know the police are raiding her house and reportedly shooting her snake because if she was a witch, the snake had to be a demon, and then the woman left town and everybody said crime went down and most of the bars closed and this is not only how Pastor Muthee got started -- but he's proud of it and he tells the story in his testimonial videotapes and people in that church in Wasilla where he laid hands on the Governor knew all about it.

And they think it was just a... Joe-Six-Pack, Hockey Mom kinda thing to do, to let a guy who branded some woman in Kenya a witch, demand that God make some different woman... the Governor... of... Alaska!!!

Governor, what would you call someone who arrives in a suburb, blames a resident for the local crime, organizes a mob to threaten the woman, convinces the authorities to go and raid her home, and then chases her out of the suburb?

C'mon Governor, just give us one answer that has something to do with the question you were just asked.

That's right... you'd call him... a terrorist.

And since it was in his own country, that would make him, Hamm?…. Yes, very good… a domestic terrorist.

So, you, Governor, you've been "palling around with terrorists who would target their own country."Say it ain't so, Gov!

Say it ain't so!

Of course... it is.

The Governor of Alaska ignores Addie Polk and the American tragedy that is a 90-year old woman shooting herself out of shame and panic and who knows what else. Over the mortgage!

Instead the Governor of Alaska wants to start calling people terrorists... -- and insisting of Senator Obama that quote "this is not a man who sees America like you and I see America" -- and whose rhetoric like that, and the "pallin' around with terrorists" line were rightly described by the Associated Press yesterday as a wolf-in-sheep's-clothing kind of way of slipping racism into the equation, because it's a nifty trick to remind the white folk that (psst) Obama is black.

But overriding this sleaziness -- and dog-gone it, the Governor of Alaska has got to be the sleaziest politician working the stage at the moment -- there is the sheer blessed stupidity of letting herself become the bomb-thrower when her own life is full of domestic terrorists.

- Bill Ayres?

Your hubby was in this secessionist hate group for which you recorded a video.

Governor? -- Jeremiah Wright?

That pastor you credit with helping you become Governor, is either a con man or a psycho who believes he can tell which woman in the village is the witch, and which woman is the governor.

And Governor, there's also "The U.S. Council On World Freedom." You should ask Senator McCain about that outfit and why he had to scat away from it 22 years ago.

Or, ask him why yesterday his own brother Joe referred to Northern Virginia as quote, "communist country."

Or you could ask him about Pastors John Hagee and Rod Parsley.

Or about why Senator McCain said about introducing Jeremiah Wright into this campaign, quote, "there's no place for that kind of campaigning, the American people don't want it, period."

Or -- don't ask. You know best. You're the one selling the patent medicine. Those of us out here, we're just the suckers pulling out our greenbacks.

Go on talking about this man Ayers and trying to link Obama to that word "terrorist."

But be prepared for others to ask you about your pastor... and terrorism.

And for still others to ask you about the First Dude.... and terrorism.

But -- not me, Governor.

I forgive you. You are about as guilty here as poor Ms. Addie Polk in Akron.

And I hope that after what you've done to yourself, you recover as well as she seems to be doing, and that you too get to go back and live in your own home again.

Because if you think the terrorism con, and the racism sting are going to do anything but bury you and Senator McCain, you need to pick up one of those how-many-ever newspapers you reed and check the headlines to find out what people are really worried about right now.

Otherwise, when you said "the heels are on, the gloves are off," you got as close to telling the truth as you've ever gotten, and without really knowing it.

Because, for you and Senator McCain, Governor, it's not the gloves that just came off.

Obviously -- it's the wheels.

Anonymous said...

Well done, Anonymous Coward, on taking a page out of Biden's book and plagiarizing a "special comment" by none other than that bastion of rational thought, Keith Olbermann. It's one thing to instantly go into attack mode to avoid having to answer legitimate criticisms, but you're too pathetic to even write your own drivel. No wonder you didn't want to leave any sort of identification; I'd hardly want to be known as a mindless parrot, either. Come back when you've learned to form your own opinions instead of stealing them from other fools, and we'll chat "about the issues".

Anonymous said...

I think im going to get sick . How can anyone who (knowing all the facts ) about Obamas ties to Ayers
support this man? Are you not American? Bill Ayers if you happen to be reading this.....LEAVE the country -we dont want you ...take your friend BO with you, as well as all of his supporters.

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