Monday, April 15, 2013

Politician who began his career at a fundraiser in the living room of terrorist bombers promises justice for terrorist bombers


Obama's friend, Weatherman terrorist bomber Bill Ayers:

"I wish I had done more...". 

Ayers' wife, Weatherman terrorist bomber Bernadette Dohrn:
"We'd do it again. I wish that we had done more. I wish we had been more militant."

The President's first campaign fundraisers were unrepentant terrorist bombers. Now he promises justice for... terrorist bombers.

Does he plan to apprehend them, take their donations, and make sure they get tenure?

Sure is a crazy world, huh?

16 comments:

  1. Couldn't resist to inject politics into it, doc? You could take a cue from politicians who had the decency to suspend campaigning in Boston.

    You have no fucking shame.

    Hoo

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    1. The irony makes me sick to my stomach.

      Obama's butt buddies Ayers and Dorhn exploded dozens of bombs, and have never even apologized, let alone faced justice.

      That ain't politics. Just facts.

      Speaking of having no fucking shame, did you vote for Ayers' and Dorhn's favorite politician?

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    2. Crawl into the fucking hole you came from, doc, and sit there till some sense returns into your head.

      Nothing personal.

      Hoo

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    3. I'm reassured that Obama is leading the investigation. He knows a lot about terrorist bombers, from personal acquaintance.

      Now he's gonna to have to find the YouTube video that's responsible.

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    4. @Hoo:

      At times like this, I'm really really pissed off at terrorist bombers.

      What do you think of terrorist bombers? What do you think of politicians who befriend them and accept their fundraising?

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    5. Doc, you don't seem to realize how crass you look. Maybe some of your friends here will be wise enough to tell you to shut up. Or maybe not. We shall see.

      I'll make sure your colleagues read this.

      Hoo

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    6. Be sure to put your real name on it, coward.

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    7. I sure will. Seems totally worth it. Your colleagues should be thrilled to see how you use a tragedy to bash your political opponents.

      Hoo

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    8. I'm not a politician, so Obama et al aren't "my political opponents".

      Obama is my president, and yours. He has a documented history of collaboration with known terrorist bombers, and recently attributed the terrorist murders of four Americans to a YouTube video.

      In my rage and grief at these murders in Boston, I remember who our leaders are and what they have done.

      Makes me sick.

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    9. Of course you are not a politician. You are merely a partisan hack who exploits a tragedy to bash the Democrats. You have no decency.

      Hoo

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    10. hoo, i think you should hear his point rather than sticking your fingers in your ears and stomping your feet. the president is a family friend of a known terrorist. does that bother you?

      naidoo

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    11. Maybe someone will be thrown in jail for making the terrorist mad, a la Mark Basseley Youssef.

      http://www.therightscoop.com/imagine-that-mohammad-filmmaker-sentenced-to-a-year-in-prison/

      And no, he wasn't jailed for a parole violation. If you believe that, I've got a bridge to sell you.

      The Torch

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  2. columbia and northwestern should hire this guy immediately, provided they ever find him, and fasttrack him to tenure.

    naidoo

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    1. @naidoo: They're still hoping against all hopes that it was a right-wing white guy who doesn't like taxes and cares about the second amendment. We'll see. If it is, you can bet they'll want him hung out by his balls. But if it's anyone else, you're right, he'll have a prestigious chair at a prestigous university.

      The Torch

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  3. It is a very small comfort that Ayers was recently denied "emeritus status" by the University of Illinois at Chicago Circle because university trustee Robert Kennedy, Jr. objected to the fact that Ayers once dedicated a Communist Manifesto-style book to Sirhan Sirhan, the man imprisoned for murdering Robert Kennedy.

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  4. Too bad that Ayers never received any royalties for ghostwriting Obama's "Dreams From My Father: here and here.

    Better yet, watch this 1-hour C-SPAN video.

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