Why is Bill Ayers a professor of education at a public university?

Ethel C. Fenig
On American Thinker yesterday, Warren Beatty discovered  

It seems that well-known self-admitted terrorist and "visiting scholar" Bill Ayers has confirming what the White House has previously denied -- that he held a fundraiser in his living room in 1995 for Dear Leader Barack Hussein Obama.  

But, as Ayers further explained  

 Hyde Park in Chicago is a tiny neighborhood, so when he said I was 'a guy around the neighborhood,' that was true.  Today, I wish I knew him better and he was listening to me.  Obama's not a radical.  I wish he were, but he's not. 

Now, "tiny neighborhood" is a relative term of course, but according to a June 23, 2003 community profile of the area in the Chicago Tribune 29,000 people lived there; with the adjacent Kenwood neighborhood, home of the ill gotten Obama residence, the"greater area including Kenwood and some areas to the west" had a population of 50,084, over half African American around the time Ayers held the fund raiser. 

For a big city neighborhood, that is not tiny.  What Ayers is really saying is he didn't hang out with people different from himself, he wasn't into diversity, pluralism and multi culturalism and all the pc stuff.  Ayers had Obama in his home for a fund raiser but certainly wouldn't invite the Obamas to dinner in his home.  Hmmm. 

For literal bomb throwing terrorists like Ayers and wife Bernardine Dohrn, of course non bomb throwers (probably) Barack Obama and his wife Michelle were not radical.  In his world they were conservative.   

Ayers world is narrow minded, bigoted and tiny--not his neighborhood.  And this man is a professor of education at a public university influencing generations of teachers and their future students?   

So much is wrong with this. 

 

 

On American Thinker yesterday, Warren Beatty discovered  

It seems that well-known self-admitted terrorist and "visiting scholar" Bill Ayers has confirming what the White House has previously denied -- that he held a fundraiser in his living room in 1995 for Dear Leader Barack Hussein Obama.  

But, as Ayers further explained  

 Hyde Park in Chicago is a tiny neighborhood, so when he said I was 'a guy around the neighborhood,' that was true.  Today, I wish I knew him better and he was listening to me.  Obama's not a radical.  I wish he were, but he's not. 

Now, "tiny neighborhood" is a relative term of course, but according to a June 23, 2003 community profile of the area in the Chicago Tribune 29,000 people lived there; with the adjacent Kenwood neighborhood, home of the ill gotten Obama residence, the"greater area including Kenwood and some areas to the west" had a population of 50,084, over half African American around the time Ayers held the fund raiser. 

For a big city neighborhood, that is not tiny.  What Ayers is really saying is he didn't hang out with people different from himself, he wasn't into diversity, pluralism and multi culturalism and all the pc stuff.  Ayers had Obama in his home for a fund raiser but certainly wouldn't invite the Obamas to dinner in his home.  Hmmm. 

For literal bomb throwing terrorists like Ayers and wife Bernardine Dohrn, of course non bomb throwers (probably) Barack Obama and his wife Michelle were not radical.  In his world they were conservative.   

Ayers world is narrow minded, bigoted and tiny--not his neighborhood.  And this man is a professor of education at a public university influencing generations of teachers and their future students?   

So much is wrong with this.