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txradioguy
04-02-2012, 03:51 AM
William Ayers, in a pep talk to an Occupy Wall Street gaggle, said he wakes up every morning thinking about how he's going to end capitalism -- though he acknowledged he goes to bed "every night disappointed."

The co-founder of the radical, Vietnam-era Weather Underground was videotaped chatting up what was identified as an Occupy Union Square group this past week in New York City.

In the tape, he told the crowd that he doesn't consider himself an optimist or a pessimist.

Rather, he said: "I get up every morning thinking, today I'm gonna make a difference. Today I'm gonna end capitalism. Today I'm gonna make a revolution. I go to bed every night disappointed, but I'm back again tomorrow. That's the only way you can do it."

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/04/01/ayers-get-up-every-morning-thinking-today-im-gonna-end-capitalism/#ixzz1qomQGV3H

CLibertarian
04-02-2012, 07:44 AM
Of course, He forgets to mention one of the methods that he has emplolyed involved a bomb and being a terrorist that is now a friend of the POTUS.

noonwitch
04-02-2012, 08:53 AM
I wonder if the OWS people realize that Bill Ayers, despite his claim to hate capitalism, is rich by most of their standards? He certainly has a lot more money than I do, and I have a lot more than the average DUer, because at least I have a steady paycheck.

AmPat
04-02-2012, 11:53 AM
Like Mikey Moron, Bill The Terrorist Ayers, feeds his childish drones the ideological Crack they are accustomed to. No thought or critical analysis is possible in their fantasy world. The majority of the Occuturds will be fed crap and believe it is steak.

Odysseus
04-02-2012, 04:06 PM
So, not only is Ayers an unrepentant terrorist and leftist loon, he's a delusional loon who thinks that he can single-handedly destroy the global economy? Why do we let people like this teach our kids?

Bailey
04-02-2012, 04:26 PM
I hope there is someone out there that gets up everyday and thinking about putting a bullet into traitorous citizens.

Janice
04-02-2012, 06:47 PM
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William Ayers, in a pep talk to an Occupy Wall Street gaggle, said he wakes up every morning thinking about how he's going to end capitalism --



It makes perfect sense that a fellow traveler would share the same dreams of Caesar Obammus, the Wookie and most of the leadership in the Socialist Democratic Party.

If you want to anger a conservative, tell a lie, if you want to anger a liberal, tell the truth.

Wei Wu Wei
04-02-2012, 10:26 PM
I wonder if the OWS people realize that Bill Ayers, despite his claim to hate capitalism, is rich by most of their standards? He certainly has a lot more money than I do, and I have a lot more than the average DUer, because at least I have a steady paycheck.

Being anti-capitalist doesn't mean you hate anyone with more money than you. What people see as the inherent flaw in capitalism is not that some people "have more money". This is an oversimplified right-wing distortion.

Wei Wu Wei
04-02-2012, 10:27 PM
I hope there is someone out there that gets up everyday and thinking about putting a bullet into traitorous citizens.

Do you start every morning with a Pledge of Allegiance to Capital?

Starbuck
04-02-2012, 10:53 PM
Being anti-capitalist doesn't mean you hate anyone with more money than you. What people see as the inherent flaw in capitalism is not that some people "have more money". This is an oversimplified right-wing distortion.

But fundamentally isn't that where one ends up if one is anti-capitalist? Do the anti-capitalist intellectuals who do not hate rich people believe that their followers will also not hate rich people? I don't think so.

I think the anti-capitalist intellectuals know perfectly well that their "position" is nonsensical and indefensible, and they pretend to not hate rich people because it enables them to feel superior. Actually, they are hate-filled, jealous and suspicious by nature and they couldn't possibly fit in to a competitive environment so they pretend to see above it all.

Rockntractor
04-02-2012, 11:04 PM
Do you start every morning with a Pledge of Allegiance to Capital?

Wouldn't it be better to devote your life to creating new wealth rather than the jealousy you create within your self trying to take away what others have worked for?
Both require the same effort but with one you have the peace of mind and satisfaction of knowing you earned it.

AmPat
04-02-2012, 11:11 PM
Wouldn't it be better to devote your life to creating new wealth rather than the jealousy you create within your self trying to take away what others have worked for?
Both require the same effort but with one you have the peace of mind and satisfaction of knowing you earned it.
Well, capitalism requires freedom to thrive. The opposite of freedom is liberal. Wei Wei claims he's not liberal, he must be a capitalist!

txradioguy
04-03-2012, 02:26 AM
Well, capitalism requires freedom to thrive. The opposite of freedom is liberal. Wei Wei claims he's not liberal, he must be a capitalist!

It also requires you to think. To not just follow the herd and be told what you are and are not allowed to think. Wee Wee is incapable or unwilling to do that.

Bailey
04-03-2012, 06:39 AM
Do you start every morning with a Pledge of Allegiance to Capital?

This asshole just isnt your regular run of the mill dip shit liberal (for which i wouldnt spare much of a thought) this asshole planned bombings and other ANTI American activities and helped the Magic Negro's political life get off the ground. SO I have a large amount of contempt for this piece of shit and you are a as big a piece of shit if you defend him.

noonwitch
04-03-2012, 08:56 AM
Being anti-capitalist doesn't mean you hate anyone with more money than you. What people see as the inherent flaw in capitalism is not that some people "have more money". This is an oversimplified right-wing distortion.



Ayers made his money writing books, books about how much he hates the system that allows him to get rich from writing said books.


And, yes, a lot of anti-capitalism is hating people that have more money than you do. You got to hate people to bomb buildings. You have to hate people to gun them down and dump their bodies into pits in Siberia.

JB
04-03-2012, 08:12 PM
He's a scumbag. Once a scumbag, always a scumbag. It's simple really. Maybe they'll give "Fine outstanding citizen of the year" award again. Or whatever the hell they gave him some years ago.

Let's look at his life: He spends his entire life trying to destroy capitalism. He spends his entire life claiming to want to improve the education system.

I just look at his complete ineptness and laugh. Well done dude. You're a total failure. But kudos for all the destruction and death along the way. You should be proud. :rolleyes:

Novaheart
04-03-2012, 08:50 PM
Being anti-capitalist doesn't mean you hate anyone with more money than you. What people see as the inherent flaw in capitalism is not that some people "have more money". This is an oversimplified right-wing distortion.

I can't figure out how Earth in the 24th century has ceased to use money but Picard's family appears to own or have exclusive use of a large vineyard in Normandy, and guy from Deep Space Nine's father owns or has exclusive use of a restaurant in New Orleans.

Bailey
04-04-2012, 06:13 AM
I can't figure out how Earth in the 24th century has ceased to use money but Picard's family appears to own or have exclusive use of a large vineyard in Normandy, and guy from Deep Space Nine's father owns or has exclusive use of a restaurant in New Orleans.

What would be the point of running a resturant? If everything you need is given free to you.

Odysseus
04-04-2012, 09:02 AM
Being anti-capitalist doesn't mean you hate anyone with more money than you. What people see as the inherent flaw in capitalism is not that some people "have more money". This is an oversimplified right-wing distortion.

No, that's the basic argument. How else to you explain all of that 99% BS? The basic premise of socialism is "equitable" redistribution of wealth, which, BTW, is an oversimplified idea, in that it assumes that wealth just sits there, waiting to be redistributed. Socialists don't understand that wealth is created by effort and risk, and that if you fail to protect the people who take those risks and undertake that effort by protecting their right to keep the results, then they stop creating wealth.


Do you start every morning with a Pledge of Allegiance to Capital?

Capitalism is the economic basis of liberty. Without property rights, all other rights become moot. What good is free speech if the government can confiscate your property for speaking out? Or if it can take over your TV or radio network? What is the value of being free from illegal searches if the government can confiscate everything that you own? The right to create and keep wealth is the fundamental right of any free society. Those who seek to undermine it are invariably seeking to destroy the liberties that we are endowed with, and which our Constitution guarantees.