December 19, 2011

My Dinner with Bill Ayers.

A coming attraction, by Tucker Carlson.

17 comments:

Christopher in MA said...

If I had the money, I would bid, just for the pleasure of delivering long-delayed justice and shooting them both down like mad dogs. I would consider it a privilege to spend the rest of my life in jail after that.

And then, while waiting for the police, chuckling, "hey, Bernadine, isn't this groovy?" just before jamming a fork in her bloated stomach, would be better than any dessert.

But no. "Guilty as sin, free as a bird." Ayers ought to thank God every day we live in a land of (mostly) laws, not men.

Scott M said...

Tucker should ask Bill if an EMP attack carried out by terrorists against the US would be a good thing.

traditionalguy said...

Ayers was honest in his Marxist Revolutionary leadership. He said about 25,000,000 immediate murders of the capitalist social infrastructure such as lawyers and preachers would be enough to get started.


Obama is sneakier. But he believes in the same goals.

mtrobertsattorney said...

Yikes, Tucker better hire a food taster before he samples Bill and Bernie's cooking.

X said...

Yikes, Tucker better hire a food taster before he samples Bill and Bernie's cooking.

Or take Wallace Shawn.

Jeff with one 'f' said...

I hope Tucker will be senstive to Ayers while he's in mourning for his Dear Leader.

Kevin said...

Tucker might want to ask about San Francisco police sergeant Sgt. Brian V. McDonnell, who was killed by a homemade pipe bomb at the Ingleside Police Station on February 16, 1970.

Rumor has it that Mr. Ayres' lovely wife knows an amazing amount about the construction and placement of that bomb, and might even have some insights into who planted it.

Jeff with one 'f' said...

@Scott M said...

Ayer's dad was a big shot with the Chicago electrical utility who protected him after the whole failure to bomb the Pentagon thing. Despite this the Left's raison d'etre has always been "I hate my Daddy" so I imagine the toatal destruction of the US's electrical grid would be doubly sweet for him.

paminwi said...

I can hardly wait to see who Tucker takes with him to the dinner.

Wonder if anyone will have a little camera "ala Althouse" to record the whole shindig? Maybe just a recorder in a pocket would suffice!

Chuck66 said...

Maybe Ann Coulter will be his guest?

Nobody Knows That I Am A Dog!!! said...

Christopher in MA:

The beautiful thing about your act is that it would not even get you the death penalty here in Illinois as our enlightened legislators have outlawed it!!!! To paraphrase a geat tenured radical, Is this a great country or what???

edutcher said...

What Christopher said.

They're so smug in having beat the system - largely because the Daddy they hated was such a big wheel in it - that the looks on their faces would be worth hard time.

Although, like Timothy McVeigh, I'm willing to bet all those Lefty bleeding hearts would be outside the courthouse every day of the trial demanding execution.

Scott M said...

That doesn't count as alteration does it?

Jim said...

I hope Tucker never runs for office. According to the standards of talk radio and the lamestream media, it's now fair game to say he "pals around with terrorists" and hates America because of it.

jeff said...

Yes, Jim. EXACTLY the same thing. In fact, I confess......I was in Chicago one day when Ayers was in town, which is also the same as him introducing me to politics and helping fund my running for office. Good call.

Quaestor said...

Christopher in MA wrote:
If I had the money, I would bid, just for the pleasure of delivering long-delayed justice and shooting them both down like mad dogs. I would consider it a privilege to spend the rest of my life in jail after that.

I had the same fantasy when I first read about this a day or two ago. I pictured Michael Corleone giving it to Solazzo the Turk and Captain McClusky. They had it coming. Ayers and Dorn have it coming, too. If they ever do pay for their crimes, whatever the punishment is will be too lenient.

Carlson should insist on a meeting on neutral ground, somewhere where there's people so he'll feel safe -- a nice family restaurant with good food and everybody minds his own business.

I'd like to eat at that same cafe when Carlson meets Ayers and Dorn. And if Carlson pulls out an untraceable Smith & Wesson and lets fly, well... I didn't see nuthin', officer. Now let me finish my clams 'n linguine in peace, okay?

Christopher in MA said...

"it's now fair game to say he 'pals around with terrorists' and hates America because of it."

Jim.

As soon as Tucker kicks off his campaign in Ayers' living room (not to mention adnmitting to having his kids babysat by those two pieces of sewage), then your snide attempt at humorous comparison will work.

Lord, even J is a better troll than you, and God knows that's about as low a bar as one can set without actually going underground.

I will say, though, it's a surprise not to hear Cook on this thread muttering that Bush and Obama are just as criminal as the Ayerses. Either he's on vacation or the death of Dear Leader really hit him hard.