Below is the video of domestic terrorist Bill Ayers on Good Morning America.(To the left is a pic of Ayers in a 2001 NYT article doing what he does best: trampling the American flag)
In the ABC interview, he admits having served on boards with Barack Obama, having helped launch Obama's career in his living room, and that Obama was a "family friend."
If you happened to have heard any of the minuscule "mainstream" media coverage of Obama's association with this Marxist anti-American terrorist, you might know that Ayers helped found the Weather Underground terrorist group that bombed the U.S. Capitol, the Pentagon, along with several court houses and police stations.
Ayers even said on September 11, 2001--the day terrorists killed nearly 3,000 Americans--that "I don't regret setting bombs. I feel we didn't do enough."
He is now trying to distance himself from this statement since his buddy is headed for the White House, but he actually said it. You can read a quote of Ayers saying that here at the New York Times.
You can find out what Bill Ayers believes from his terrorist manifesto "Prairie Fire" here.
Ayers lists some of the places his organization bombed in Prairie Fire:
- Haymarket police statue, Chicago
- Chicago police cars
- New York City police headquarters
- Marin County Courthouse
- Long Island City Courthouse
- Department of Corrections, San Francisco
- Office of California Prisons, Sacramento
- Department of Corrections, Albany NY
- 103rd Precinct of New York City police
- Harvard Center for International Affairs
- U.S. Capitol
- MIT research center
- The Pentagon
- Draft and recruiting centers
- ROTC buildings
- ITT Latin America Headquarters
- National Guard Headquarters, Washington D.C.
- Presidio Army Base and MP Station, San Francisco
- Federal Offices of Health, Education and Welfare, San Francisco
This is what Ayers thinks of your country, Americans:
We are a guerrilla organization. We are communist women and men, underground in the United States for more than four years. We are deeply affected by the historic events of our time in the struggle against U.S. imperialism.
Our intention is to disrupt the empire, to incapacitate it, to put pressure on the cracks, to make it hard to carry out its bloody functioning against the people of the world, to join the world struggle, to attack from the inside.
Our intention is to engage the enemy, to wear away at him, to harass him, to isolate him, to expose every weakness, to pounce, to reveal his vulnerability.
And though Ayers doesn't bomb buildings anymore, his hatred of America hasn't changed. Just this year, he has railed against capitalism and the United States on his blog.
I don't know about you, but I don't associate with people who are radically opposed to what I hold dear, or who love things I despise. Do you?
Are we really to believe that our president-elect is so different in his sentiments than Bill Ayers?
Of his friendship and association with Obama, Ayers says, "I don't buy the idea that guilt by association should have any part of our politics."
American voter, would you vote for a business associate and family friend of Osama bin Laden?
American voter, would you vote for a business associate and family friend of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh?
What have we done, America?