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William Ayers Spoke At 2007 SDS Reunion

Longtime Obama backer William Ayers spoke to a reunion of the Students For A Democratic Society (SDS) held at the Michigan State University on November 30, 2007:

Alas, as we have noted previously, as you listen to these dangerous ramblings, bear in mind that Mr. and Mrs. Ayers “launched” Barack Obama’s political career.

Then ask yourself, why?

This article was posted by Steve on Monday, October 6th, 2008. Comments are currently closed.

15 Responses to “William Ayers Spoke At 2007 SDS Reunion”

  1. gipper says:

    Jerry Garcia introduced Ayers. I thought he was dead.

    “FREE MINDS” on Ayers t-shirt should be “FREE EMOTIVE MINDS” or “FREE HEARTS”. Ayers is all emotion and no logic.

    Ayers: “I love the slogan form the World Social Forum, ‘Another world is possible'”. Sounds hauntingly familiar to BHO’s statement “Change is Possible”.

  2. wardmama4 says:

    I admit I didn’t listen to much of this – typical to have someone who is either so brain dead from all his drug use or so stupid – that he does not have notes nor a clue about whom he is introducing. . .However it was the utter damnable insult of someone who un-repentantly bombed the Pentagon to be wearing a 70s era military soft cap that is so beyond words to me – I can’t see a logo and if I’m wrong – I apologise in advance – but it sure does look like that to me – that I can’t even listen to his spewings.

    A Free Mind just means that someone is for sale cheap – or too damn stupid to know anything.

    Yes, now Obama’s campaign is spinning hard to distance him from this dangerous homegrown terrorist. Anyone who says “Bring the revolution home, kill your parents” and refuses to express regret or apologize is a dangerous, dangerous person. And that a candidate for POTUS thinks it is ok to work (Woods Foundation, Kickoff Fundraiser) and associate with this person – indicates a serious lack of judgement.

  3. Exeter says:

    Ayers’ “Free Minds” T-shirt is the new one. The previous week, it was “Minds 1/2 Off”.

  4. VMAN says:

    As I watch these videos I think back to the late 60s and I remember a time when we were looking for less rules and less regulations. Fast forwarding to 2008 we are drowning in regulations primarily brought on by these very people. As Republicans seek to deregulate Democrats seek to pile on government regulations in every area of our lives both locally and at the Federal level. I believe Mr Ayers called it an “Authoritarianism” and the fact is, it is they who want to control every aspect of our lives

  5. DEZ says:

    VMAN, You are absolutely correct.
    Its all about control, a town close to me has decided to ban novelty lighters, of course its for the children.
    Truth is its just more berocracy from our nanny state.
    Ayers tried lethal force as a youngster to accomplish his goals, he has wised up just enough to use indoctrination.
    In a saner time he would have been used to test the tensile strength of a rope.

  6. texaspsue says:

    Looks as though Ayers, et al, were just hippies that benefited from their successful Saul Alinsky training. (It’s what makes them so damn unique. NOT!)


    I remember hippies like this back in college. They were always blabbing about “sticking it to the man” and **** the establishment”. They were always bugging students about forming a protest or coming to discussion groups. They were also the same people who tried to rip people off in the late 70’s with those pyramid schemes.

  7. 1sttofight says:


    Ayers dad was the head huncho of Con Ed, the giant electric utility in the NE.

    The only reason his ass is not rotting in jail is his daddy had the bucks to hire a sleazy expensive lawyer.

  8. JohnMG says:

    1sttofight; …..”sleazy……….lawyer”….

    Enough with the redundancy, already!

  9. DEZ says:

    “Enough with the redundancy, already!”
    LMAO MG!
    1st, you have my respect for one simple reason, You say what you mean, and mean what you say!

  10. Exeter says:

    1st – I second DEZ’s appraisal – no ambiguities, no equivocation. I’m going to have to fight you for possession of the Arctic Fox, however. (You understand – it’s a testosterone thing…)

  11. 1sttofight says:

    Aint gonna be no fight. Due to age and medical problems, I can’t chase the cars anymore, but I still enjoy sitting on the porch watching them go by.

  12. Exeter says:

    Oh, good. Ladies and America are the only things worth fighting for, and I hate getting my ass kicked!

  13. 1sttofight says:

    Well sometimes college football teams are worth fighting over but since my beloved Auburn Tigers are not having a stellar year, i aint gonna argue the point. ;)

  14. 1sttofight says:

    I just noticed the Rush link, You da man Steve.

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