Bill Ayers, education “reformer”?

Posted by: ST on October 16, 2008 at 8:19 pm

Not just no, but hell no.

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  1. Trish says:

    There’s change, and then there’s change. . .

  2. Great White Rat says:

    A bit off topic – but in the same online WSJ that ST’s linked above – some good news: Conservative Canada.

    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his Conservative Party coasted to an easy victory in national elections on Tuesday, winning 38% of the vote and 143 seats in parliament. Mr. Harper’s closest competitor, Liberal Party leader Stéphane Dion, managed only 26% of the popular vote for 76 seats.

    The Conservatives increased their hold on Parliament by 16 seats, while the Liberals lost 19. Common sense appears to be breaking out north of the border.

    Remember when the libs used to threaten to move to Canada if Bush won? They’ll have to find somewhere else to go if McCain wins. ;)

  3. lawhawk says:

    Well, you’ve got Ayers giving the keynote address at the University of Nebraska. The terrorist has been mainstreamed by academia and the Chicago political machine, so he can indoctrinate another generation with his radical left politics.