Bringing the War Home

Lona Manning
"Bringing the War Home." That's what left-wing anti-Vietnam-war terrorists called their violent domestic bombing campaign. In addition to bombing the Pentagon, a radical group called the Weathermen was involved in a failed effort to murder soldiers at Fort Dix with a bomb. This is just a reminder that our president has close ties to their leader, a guy who thought that killing our soldiers at an army base to protest a war was the morally correct thing to do. That's Bill Ayers, distinguished professor at the University of Chicago the one who may well be Obama's ghostwriter. Has anybody asked him for his reaction to the shootings at Fort Hood? Apparently not. But if murdering soldiers is a moral imperative, should it matter to Ayers whether the killers are motivated by Marxism or jihad?
"Bringing the War Home." That's what left-wing anti-Vietnam-war terrorists called their violent domestic bombing campaign. In addition to bombing the Pentagon, a radical group called the Weathermen was involved in a failed effort to murder soldiers at Fort Dix with a bomb. This is just a reminder that our president has close ties to their leader, a guy who thought that killing our soldiers at an army base to protest a war was the morally correct thing to do. That's Bill Ayers, distinguished professor at the University of Chicago the one who may well be Obama's ghostwriter. Has anybody asked him for his reaction to the shootings at Fort Hood? Apparently not. But if murdering soldiers is a moral imperative, should it matter to Ayers whether the killers are motivated by Marxism or jihad?