You are on a roll this morning, unfortunately as I said, same level of mentality.<quoted text>So, are you saying being acquitted justifies the people he murdered? How old was Obama on September 10, 2001 when Ayers admitted to the New Yorker he killed those people and wished he could killed more?
"I don't regret setting bombs. I feel we didn't do enough"
And, when asked if he would "do it all again," he said "I don't want to discount the possibility."
The only thing that separates Ayers and Tim McVeigh is bad police work.
You're either the greatest hypocrite I've encountered (and that's saying something having a brother who is an Assemblies of God minister) or you just have the short term memory of a mentally challenged goldfish.
You can spin what I wrote as many ways as you can think of and post your thoughts 23 post later. LMAO
Too bad for you facts are facts.
If he is so dangerous , why is he not in jail.
FACT: Because he was acquitted.
Fact: He has had 40 plus years to be a bad guy again. What is he today,
Fact: He is a retired professor in the College of Education at the University of Illinois at Chicago, formerly holding the titles of Distinguished Professor of Education and Senior University Scholar.
Fact: Ayers was never charged with killing any one.
Fact: they blew up a statue , two times and damaged some buildings.
One building with a, TWO POUND BOMB, they made for $500.00
"The only thing that separates Ayers and Tim McVeigh"
Fact: You obviously have a minute amount of knowledge of what you were posting.