November 14, 2008

Bill Ayres Talks About His Relationship With Obama




I think that I should start with the definition of "speaking with a forked tongue," according to Cambridge International Dictionary of Idioms, Cambridge University Press 1998: "to make false promises or to speak in a way which is not honest."

And then I will say that this man speaks with a forked tongue.

"Really, we knew each other in a professional way."
"I did know him in the context of being on a board together."

Is he still unrepentant about his underground terrorism? Yes, because he says that despicable acts were being carried out by this country..just as they are now, so he still feels that he didn't do enough then to stop them, just as not enough is being done now.

That doesn't sound like remorse to me.

4 comments:

sheoflittlebrain said...

I had seen this but watched it again. It is so interesting to me that these people don't see themselves as mirror images of those violent "war mongers" they despise.

Mrs. K's Lemonade Stand said...

It is so hard to believe this guy is even walking around. Didn’t he get off (so many years ago) because of a technicality?
What a horrible man.

Jan said...

She..for some reason, he thinks the can justify everythng.

Here's another one which is disgusting, and hard to believe that he can sit there so speaking so glibly about himself, and what he believes.

This man is dangerous...was then, and is now.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xi-CMwvYrmQ

Jan said...

Mrs. K..yes, he did get off on a technicality..something about improper surveillence, I think.

After which he said, "Free as a bird. Guilty as hell. What a country!"

And he's still not sorry for what he did back then..who knows what else he has done, or will do, again?