CNN Finds Extensive Ties Between Obama and Terrorist Ayers

Barrack Obama and notorious terrorist Bill Ayers have known each other for many years. Notice this is CNN reporting this. That should tell you something…

CNN Finds Extensive Ties Between Barack Obama and “Terrorist” Bill Ayers

Who is Bill Ayers
William Charles “Bill” Ayers (born 26 Dec. 1944) is an American elementary education theorist and former leading 1960s anti-war activist. He is known for the radical nature of his activism in the 1960s and 1970s as well as his current work in education reform, curriculum, and instruction. In 1969 he cofounded the radical left wing organization the Weather Underground, which conducted a campaign of bombing public buildings during the 1960s and 1970s. He is now a professor in the College of Education at the University of Illinois at Chicago, holding the title of Distinguished Professor. (Wikipedia)

Unrepentant Terrorist Bill Ayers – “I don’t regret setting bombs”
More outrageous information about Bill Ayers from Wikipedia:

In the months before Ayers’ memoir was published on September 10, 2001, the author gave numerous interviews with newspaper and magazine writers in which he defended his overall history of radical words and actions. Some of the resulting articles were written just before the September 11 terrorist attacks and appeared immediately after, including one often-noted article in The New York Times, and another in the Chicago Tribune. Numerous observations were made in the media comparing the statements Ayers was making about his own past just as a dramatic new terrorist incident shocked the public.

Much of the controversy about Ayers during the decade since 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″


. . . more