|A domestic terrorist with the Weather Underground, Bill Ayers was involved in numerous bombings during the 1960s and 1970s, including the Pentagon and the US Capitol. Son of a wealthy CEO, Ayers was able to wigging out of Federal charges on a technicality.
Ayers and his fellow terrorist wife, Bernardine Dohrn, hosted a kick off fundraiser for Barack Obama's state senate campaign at their house, where he was endorsed by Alice Palmer.
There are also rumors that Ayers was the ghost writer of one or both of Obama's autobiographies.|
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Bill Ayers Quotes|
In an interview on RealClearPolitics Morning Commute, Obama mentor Bill Ayers said President Obama should be put on trial for war crimes for his use of drones.
“Every President in, in this century should be put on trial, every one of them. For war crimes, absolutely. Every, absolutely, every one of them goes into office, an office dripping with blood, and then adds to it. And yes, I think these are war crimes, I think they're acts of terror.”
Bill Ayers, June 2013
Terrorist and Obama friend Bill Ayers spoke about his daily aspirations.
“I get up every morning thinking today, I'm gonna make a difference. Today, I'm gonna end capitalism.”
Bill Ayers, March 30, 2012
In a New York Times review of his memoir, Bill Ayers was quoted as having no remorse for his terrorist acts, except that they hadn't done more.
“I don’t regret setting bombs. I feel we didn’t do enough.”
Bill Ayers, September 11, 2001
In his memior Fugitive Days, terrorist Bill Ayers attempted to distinguish his acts of terror from those of terrorists.
“Terrorists terrorize, they kill innocent civilians, while we organized and agitated. Terrorists destroy randomly, while our actions bore, we hoped, the precise stamp of a cut diamond. Terrorists intimidate, while we aimed only to educate.”
Bill Ayers, 2001
In his memior Fugitive Days, terrorist Bill Ayers discussed bombing the Pentagon again.
“I can't quite imagine putting a bomb in a building today--all of that seems so distinctly a part of then. But I can't imagine entirely dismissing the possibility, either.”
Bill Ayers, 2001
Speaking to students, domestic terrorist and future Barack Obama friend Bill Ayers discussed his revolutionary efforts.
“You understand the revolution when you make the revolution, not when you talk about it.”
Bill Ayers, 1969