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In Ayers, Obama, Terrorist on July 12, 2009 at 9:25 pm

He's a Cubs Fan???

My Soviet hockey jersey is at the dry cleaners

Apparently Bill Ayers is not considered a terrorist by the TSA.  This is old news given my previous posting as I saw Mr. Ayers on-board a United flight bound for San Diego.

Apparently my criminal background and 4 ounces of carry on shampoo is more threatening than Bill Ayers.  My criminal background consists of underage drinking and trespassing as I was ticketed for being on a beach after-hours while serving some thirsty underage ladies (ba da bing).  Granted when I was thirteen I admit to participating in the traditional 4th of July firecrcker in my neighbor’s mailbox, but I think Mr. Ayers went a step further.

How much further did he go?  According to a book he co-authored, Prairie Fire, the Weather Underground lists the terrorist activities they participated:

Bombing List


On top of all this, Larry Grathwohl, an FBI informant who was with the Weatherman from autumn 1969 through spring 1970, spoke in the documentary “No Place to Hide” about the organizations Pol Pot-esque re-education camps for capitalists:

I sent an email to the TSA asking 2 simple questions:

  1. What is the standard for an individual to be placed on a “Do Not Fly” list?
  2. Why does Mr. Ayers not meet this standard?

The TSA responded as follows:

As part of its airport security procedures, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) requires airlines to verify the identity of all passengers to ensure that persons on Federal watch lists who are known to pose, or are suspected of posing, a threat to civil aviation or national security receive secondary screening or are denied boarding on commercial aircraft.  The Federal watch lists are maintained by the US Terrorist Screening Center in a consolidated Terrorist Screening Database, and are compiled from information provided by the Federal intelligence and law enforcement agencies.  The Federal watch lists include a No Fly List and a Selectee List.  Individuals on the No Fly List are prohibited from traveling on commercial aircraft.  Individuals on the Selectee List are permitted to fly but receive secondary screening at airport security checkpoints.

DHS can neither confirm nor deny whether an individual is on a Federal watch list because this information is derived from classified and sensitive law enforcement intelligence information.

We appreciate that you took the time to share your concerns with us.  I hope this information is helpful.

Sincerely yours,

Stephanie M Curtis

Correspondence Program Manager

Although the TSA won’t specifically address my second question, we can confirm that Bill Ayers is NOT on the No Fly List given he was on the flight.  I hope he is  on the Selectee list, which should include a mandatory hand wand colonoscopy.

Hey Bill, what are you hiding up there?

Hey Bill, what are you hiding up there?

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