Saturday, October 04, 2008

Since Obama's ties with Terrorist Ayers are coming out

no matter how the major media tries to avoid it, their object now seems to be "He wasn't such a bad terrorist."
Palin was referring to Bill Ayers, one of the founders of the group the Weather Underground. The group took credit for bombings, including nonfatal explosions at the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol four decades ago.

'Nonfatal explosions'. By pure luck. And let's not forget about the bomb that ended the string for these bastards, the one that blew up while they were assembling it: it was a nail bomb. That they were going to plant, along with several others, at a dance at Fort Dix. Ayers has tried to claim recently that they 'weren't trying to hurt people, just damage property'. Bullshit. Even if that were true for the earlier bombs*, it's not for this one: you do not make a nail bomb to damage property, you make one to kill and cripple people. This miserable terrorist bastard was prevented from carrying out a mass murder due to his groups incompetence, or his incompetence as a bomb designer, or just plain luck. And Obama's been hanging around with him, working with him, for years.


*people who celebrate the Manson murders aren't exactly the type to worry about people getting killed.

1 comment:

brent said...

I studied explosives at college, and there are very few uses for a charge with shrapnel in it, apart from killing and injuring people.

The only one that springs to mind is perforating well casing, but for that you wouldn't use nails!

There are very different charges that could potentially be used to damage large buildings (which I won't discuss), but any explosion has potential to kill or seriously injure someone too close to it.

That's why those who use explosives for peaceful purposes (well drilling, blasting rock etc) make sure that people are well away from a carefully worked out danger area....

That was clearly not the case if the charge had shrapnel around it and the target was a dance.

Brent