No Quarter has a jaw-dropping piece on a revolting forum that was sponsored by Michelle Obama, where Bill Ayers and Barack Obama discussed children who kill and “whether or not” we should treat them like “super predators”.
I can see where Bill Ayers would find this subject dear to his heart since he did say, “Kill your parents” during his “Days of Rage,” or whatever the heck these nutcases called it when they were blowing up America.
The subject is sickening enough, but as No Quarter points out, it does shoot yet another hole in Obama’s blase’ remark during a certain debate:
STEPHANOPOLOUS: Can you explain that relationship [with William Ayers] for the voters and explain to Democrats why it won’t be a problem?
OBAMA: George, but this is an example of what I’m talking about. This is a guy who lives in my neighborhood, who’s a professor of English in Chicago who I know and who I have not received some official endorsement from. He’s not somebody who I exchange ideas from on a regular basis.
And the notion that somehow as a consequence of me knowing somebody who engaged in detestable acts 40 years ago, when I was 8 years old, somehow reflects on me and my values doesn’t make much sense, George.
Below is a copy of the University of Chicago Press Release from Google 2001 Wayback on the Obamas and Ayers’ disgusting symposium where they gathered to show their collective concern for murderous 13 year-old psychopaths who kill their entire families and God Knows Who Else. Poor sweeties!
No Quarter also kept a nice screen shot of this page for posterity, so that we might all be able to remember the seminar these three societal nutballs held together. When it comes to Obama, screen shots are your friend. You never know when Orwell’s Winston may strike again on behalf of Barack Obama. Scrub, Scrub, Scrub!
Overall, it’s pretty safe to say that Barack Obama not only “exchanged ideas” with Ayers, but God only knows what those “ideas” were. This web page would make Barack Obama a liar. Again.
Of course, keeping kids who kill their parents out of the system would suit a guy who declared everyone should “Kill your parents!”. This would be Billy Ayers’ kinda kid!
And then again, ACORN can register them to vote too–and probably register their dead parents as well.
Kind of makes you feel all warm and fuzzy knowing that kids can kill their entire families and have these characters looking out for them instead of you, doesn’t it?
I wonder which day we can expect to see Obama’s lies about “exchanging ideas” addressed on CNN and MSNBC?
|November 4, 1997||Press Contact: Julia Morse
Should a child ever be called a “super predator?”
A panel at the University of Chicago debates the merits of the juvenile justice system
Children who kill are called “super predators,” “people with no conscience,” “feral pre-social beings”–and “adults.”
William Ayers, author of A Kind and Just Parent: The Children of Juvenile Court(Beacon Press, 1997), says “We should call a child a child. A 13-year-old who picks up a gun isn’t suddenly an adult. We have to ask other questions: How did he get the gun? Where did it come from?”
Ayers, who spent a year observing the Cook County Temporary Juvenile Detention Center in Chicago, is one of four panelists who will speak on juvenile justice at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 20, in the C-Shop of the Reynolds Club, 5706 S. University Ave.
The panel, which marks the 100th anniversary of the juvenile justice system in the United States, is part of the Community Service Center’s monthly discussion series on issues affecting the city of Chicago.
The event is free and open to the public.
Ayers will be joined by Illinois State Sen. Barack Obama, Senior Lecturer in the University of Chicago Law School, who is working to block proposed legislation that would throw more juvenile offenders into the adult system; Randolph Stone, Director of the Mandel Legal Aid Clinic at the University of Chicago; Alex Correa, a reformed juvenile offender who spent 7 years in Cook County Temporary Detention Center; Frank Tobin, a former priest and teacher in the Detention Center who helped Correa; and Willy Baldwin, who grew up in public housing and is currently a teacher in the Detention Center.
The juvenile justice system was founded by Chicago reformer Jane Addams, who advocated the establishment of a separate court system for children which would act like a “kind and just parent” for children in crisis.
One hundred years later, the system is “overcrowded, under-funded, over-centralized and racist,” Ayers said.
Michelle Obama, Associate Dean of Student Services and Director of the University of Chicago Community Service Center, hopes bringing issues like this to campus will open a dialogue between members of the University community and the broader community.
“We know that issues like juvenile justice impact each of us who live in the city of Chicago. This panel gives community members and students a chance to hear about the juvenile justice system not only on a theoretical level, but from the people who have experienced it.”