Bill Ayers Wants Palin's People to Call his People

Sarah Palin so completely traumatized Weather Undergrounder Bill Ayers in 2008, he is still talking about the former vice-presidential candidate seven years later. In a March 18 Publishers' Weekly interview at Hyde Park's Seminary Co-op bookstore, Ayers injected Mrs. Palin  into the conversation. It seems he still can't forget a governor from Alaska who dared to expose his fellow traveler at a private fundraiser on October 4, 2008 in Englewood, Colorado:.

VP Candidate Sarah Palin, 2008:

Our opponent, though, is someone who sees America, it seems, as being so imperfect, imperfect enough that he’s palling around with terrorists who would target their own country...Americans need to know this

Ayers is still fixated on Palin’s over-the-target attack.  He has just launched a discussion series at the legendary bookstore, frequented by Barack Obama when he lived in Chicago. The event, called "Fresh Ayers," will host different guest speakers discussing political and social issues. He's already lined up a few "terrific" authors like his brother Rick but he wants Palin.

From Publishers Weekly:

PW: Tell me more about the series. How did it come about, how often will it take place, and what other guests have you scheduled, or do you hope to schedule?

BA: I’ve tried again and again to get to Sarah Palin to put her in the series, but her people have been unresponsive thus far. If you can get word to her, tell her we would do a super-big special event—we could call it “Palling Around with Sarah and Bill.” For real. If not Sarah, I'm trying to get Antonin Scalia, Rand Paul, Scott Walker, or Jeb Bush. Stay tuned.

PW: Back in 2008, when Obama was running for president, he came under fire for being friends with you. It's seven years later, and Obama is entering the homestretch of his second term. Did he live up to the expectations you had? Any chance you'll be booking him as a guest in your series?

BA: What a great idea!! If we could get him and Palin together it would blow the roof off.

Ayers went on to say Obama has been too moderate. He "was elected  to sit on the throne of empire (in decline for decades now) and command its violent legions, and he’s done it." He said Barack should have "closed all foreign military bases, the Pentagon, institute a Truth and Reconciliation Commission to sort out responsibility for war and racism, tax the filthy rich until it hurts, abolish the federal death penalty, empty the prisons" and appoint his partner, Bernardine Dohrn to the Supreme Court, and Rashid Khalidi as Secretary of State.

Ayers radical suggestions and juvenile posturing aside, he's still after Palin for nearly derailing Obama's chances at the Presidency in 2008.  Perhaps, communists, even ones with a small 'c,' are like the mafia--once you cross them they never forget.

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Sarah Palin so completely traumatized Weather Undergrounder Bill Ayers in 2008, he is still talking about the former vice-presidential candidate seven years later. In a March 18 Publishers' Weekly interview at Hyde Park's Seminary Co-op bookstore, Ayers injected Mrs. Palin  into the conversation. It seems he still can't forget a governor from Alaska who dared to expose his fellow traveler at a private fundraiser on October 4, 2008 in Englewood, Colorado:.

VP Candidate Sarah Palin, 2008:

Our opponent, though, is someone who sees America, it seems, as being so imperfect, imperfect enough that he’s palling around with terrorists who would target their own country...Americans need to know this

Ayers is still fixated on Palin’s over-the-target attack.  He has just launched a discussion series at the legendary bookstore, frequented by Barack Obama when he lived in Chicago. The event, called "Fresh Ayers," will host different guest speakers discussing political and social issues. He's already lined up a few "terrific" authors like his brother Rick but he wants Palin.

From Publishers Weekly:

PW: Tell me more about the series. How did it come about, how often will it take place, and what other guests have you scheduled, or do you hope to schedule?

BA: I’ve tried again and again to get to Sarah Palin to put her in the series, but her people have been unresponsive thus far. If you can get word to her, tell her we would do a super-big special event—we could call it “Palling Around with Sarah and Bill.” For real. If not Sarah, I'm trying to get Antonin Scalia, Rand Paul, Scott Walker, or Jeb Bush. Stay tuned.

PW: Back in 2008, when Obama was running for president, he came under fire for being friends with you. It's seven years later, and Obama is entering the homestretch of his second term. Did he live up to the expectations you had? Any chance you'll be booking him as a guest in your series?

BA: What a great idea!! If we could get him and Palin together it would blow the roof off.

Ayers went on to say Obama has been too moderate. He "was elected  to sit on the throne of empire (in decline for decades now) and command its violent legions, and he’s done it." He said Barack should have "closed all foreign military bases, the Pentagon, institute a Truth and Reconciliation Commission to sort out responsibility for war and racism, tax the filthy rich until it hurts, abolish the federal death penalty, empty the prisons" and appoint his partner, Bernardine Dohrn to the Supreme Court, and Rashid Khalidi as Secretary of State.

Ayers radical suggestions and juvenile posturing aside, he's still after Palin for nearly derailing Obama's chances at the Presidency in 2008.  Perhaps, communists, even ones with a small 'c,' are like the mafia--once you cross them they never forget.

Read more Evans at exzoom.net