Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Terrorist Ayers is just a little pissed off at his best friend Obama! Oops!

Alan Colmes recently taped an exclusive interview with Bill Ayers – and tonight, for the first time since Hannity & Colmes – Alan will appear on-set with Sean to discuss and air the interview (tonight on Hannity, 9:00pm ET on FNC).

Some highlights from the interview include:

Ayers on President Obama sending 17,000 additional troops to Afghanistan:

“It's a mistake. It's a colossal mistake. And, you know, we've seen this happen before, Alan. We've seen a hopeful presidency, Lyndon Johnson's presidency, burn up in the furnace of war.”

“I fear that this brilliant young man, this hopeful new administration, could easily burn their prospect of a great presidency in the war in Afghanistan or elsewhere.”

On setting bombs as part of the Weather Underground:

“I don't regret anything I did it to oppose the war. It was -- I did it to oppose the war. I don't regret it.”

“I don't look back on those things and regret them, but I'm willing to rethink them. And there are many things which I'm going to rethink.”



Subject: Obama OKs 17,000 more Afghanistan troops

WASHINGTON — CODEPINK Women for Peace is heartbroken and discouraged by President Obama’s decision to deploy an additional 17,000 troops to Afghanistan, a screeching halt to his rhetoric for change and moving our country in a new direction.

CODEPINK women call on Obama and his administration to reject a proven-false military solution, and call for a surge in diplomacy and humanitarian aid and an immediate withdrawal of all U.S. troops from Afghanistan.

“It makes no sense to appoint Richard Holbrooke to find a way out of the Afghan quagmire while sending 17,000 more troops,” said Medea Benjamin, CODEPINK co-founder. “You can’t do diplomacy while widening the war. We must freeze the number of troops, engage in immediate diplomatic efforts — with Afghan women at the table — and then replace our military mission with a humanitarian, reconstruction mission. That would reflect the change the American people voted for.


Wonder will Code Pinko picket the Whitehouse?

Wonder if they did, would the left wing media cover it as well as it has covered
the Afgan Surge so far? If so, then nobody will know about it...

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