Skip to comments.Former ’60s Activist Bill Ayers Among May Day Protesters
Posted on 05/01/2012 9:50:45 AM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
Occupy protesters have amped up May Day labor demonstrations across the country with a wide range of partnering organizations and individuals. Former 60s anti-war activist William Bill Ayers is among those protesting in Chicago on Tuesday.
He said he planned to participate in the May Day demonstration at Union Park in Chicago and the subsequent march.
Well march right past the scene of the Haymarket massacre, Ayers said of the protest in favor of an eight-hour work day in 1886 that was bombed. There used to be a big statute in tribute to police power but it was taken down. Now theres a wonderful piece of public art celebrating the movement for labor rights and the anarchists movement.
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Obama’s Communist Grandparent and Mama Ann is so proud of their little half breed Communist..
I think the media’s portrayal of Ayers backfires cause a lot of folks can look him up to know the truth.
Hope no harm comesto him amazed he’s still walking around
No story regarding Ayers or his sow Dohrn is COMPLETE without mentioning their biggest claim to fame which is affiliation with President O. But ABC simply could not make that connection here. No no no. Just portray him as a doddering freelance flake, un-relevant to anything since 1970.
Sneaking out in the daylight these days. I’m going to laugh when karma bites him.
I’m old enough to remember the 60’s demonstrations. The Left has learned nothing from the intervening decades.
The major difference between the 60’s and today is that the demonstrators have friends in the White House and other parts of the Democratic Party.
I’d like to see some moderate Democrats stand up to their own party and say that what the Democrats and the Occupiers are doing is unprincipled and reprehensible.
Is "anti-war activist" the current fashionable euphemism for "domestic terrorist"? It'd be helpful to know.
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