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Bill Ayers: ‘Dear President Obama: Congratulations!’

Lakhiem Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 4:14 PM
It's a shame that many of my fellow conservatives take glee in the fact that 2,000 Americans have now made the ultimate sacrifice in Afghanistan. It's too bad they have forgotten that AFGHANISTAN is where AL-QAEDA attacked the USA from on 9-11 and were given sanctuary by the Taliban. These dupes of Republican party propaganda still believe that Saddam had something to do with 9-11 or they still, mistakenly believe, that Saddam had WMD in the year 2003.
Lakhiem Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 4:14 PM
and yes, Saddam did have WMD in the 1980's, and used them, when Ronald Wilson Reagan game them the green light to use them on his own citizens.
Quix Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 7:48 PM
please provide proof of your statement that an American President controlled Saddam Hussien's war strategy.

Also, what does any of that nonsense have to do with this post?

Bill Ayers is a domestic terrorist and loves the president--Iran is a terrorist sponsor and is joyful that Obama is President, Huga Chaves is a socialist and is happy Obama is President.

These people all have the hearts of murderers and you bring up 1980's Reagan?

You also forgot to state that France, Germany, Italy, UN, Nato and about 40 other countries all agreed that Saddam H. had WMD's and the president was told by our intelligence community that WMD's were a "slam dunk."

After 9/11 you would do what? Let terrorist sponsors keep funding murderers?
Among the well-wishers for President Obama’s triumphant re-election is Chicago pal and domestic terrorist-turned-professor Bill Ayers.

Writing on the website good.is, Ayers writes:

“Dear President Obama: Congratulations!

“I’m sure this is a moment you want to savor, a time to take a deep breath, get some rest, hydrate, regain your balance, and take a long walk in the sunshine. It might be as well a good time to reflect, rethink, recharge, and perhaps reignite. I sincerely hope that it is, and I urge you to put education on your reflective agenda.”

While Ayers has in...