Irony, thy name is Ayers

Matthew May
William Ayers took note of the throngs of protesters who greeted him at Purdue University last night, saying in essence that the protestors know not what they do and that they protest "a cartoon character, not me," according to the Lafayette Journal and Courier.

Apparently extra security measures took place, which included clearing out the building in which Ayers was to speak two hours before the event. A police dog went through the building checking for explosives. No word on whether the dog was sniffing for explosives planted by the protestors or Ayers himself.

William Ayers took note of the throngs of protesters who greeted him at Purdue University last night, saying in essence that the protestors know not what they do and that they protest "a cartoon character, not me," according to the Lafayette Journal and Courier.

Apparently extra security measures took place, which included clearing out the building in which Ayers was to speak two hours before the event. A police dog went through the building checking for explosives. No word on whether the dog was sniffing for explosives planted by the protestors or Ayers himself.