Skip to comments.D'Souza vs. Ayers at Dartmouth (7:30 PM, Thu 1/30, tonight!)
Posted on 01/30/2014 3:50:18 PM PST by Seizethecarp
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Ayers, though, went much further than just feel good hypocrisy. He was so very filled with himself and so much wanting to prove he was someone he was not and would never be that he chose to become a vicious, murderous conspiratorial criminal, out to kill good working people and bring down his country. He should have been put away then for a long, long time. Decades later he still thinks he’s hot stuff and justifies himself in his own eyes.
Is it a sign in Israel?
Dinesh on Hannity LIVE, NOW, FYI!!
Thanks! I caught that, shot as it was. Hannity loves to hammer Ayers. D’Souza says he is going full speed ahead on his next movie coming out July 4 right before the 2014 elections. Disrupting that movie is probably the primary intent of the sham legal action against him, IMO.
I find that interesting, but what is equally as interesting to me is here are two people that understand each other perfectly.
Ayers knows that taxes are a form of power, and so can be used to to attack and oppress adversaries especially for liberals who believe in the underlying concept of breaking eggs to make omelets.
D’Souza knows full well that taxes can be used to attack and oppress adversaries in their quest for utopia, and that Ayers and his ilk have not and will not hesitate to use it as a proxy if outright physical violence doesn’t achieve the goal.
I have not yet heard the debate yet. D’Souza has some work I have really enjoyed, particularly “What’s So Great About America”.
That’s probably Jane Addams,founder of community center Hull House,about 100 years ago, in Chicago.The MOST unlikely reference/association fo Ayers tomake. She was a good soul.
I don’t think I could stomach that murdering piece of trash Ayers.