Really? Everybody?and I don't blame you because this thread is so ungodly long. This was addressed somewhere back there when someone else brought it up. The difference is that Bill Ayers is a cult hero in some circles on the left, whereas everybody hates Timothy McVeigh, Terry Nickels, The Branch Davidians, Ruby Ridge, etc.
People on the internet disagree with you :
People on the street disagree with you :You DO NOT use military force against our own citizens, especially women and children!!
Libertarian think tanks disagree with you :
Remember Ruby Ridge | Tim Lynch | Cato Institute: Daily Commentary
Are you in high school? Because that is the only conceivable way which I believe you'd state something as ignorant of American culture as ' everybody hates Timothy McVeigh, Terry Nickels, The Branch Davidians, Ruby Ridge, etc.' Like religious extremism, political extremism doesn't grow by itself. It needs people to support it. And people do. Your comments are generalizations. Now ask me to prove your statement wrong when the burden of proof is on you.On August 21, 1992 a paramilitary unit of the U.S. Marshals Service ventured onto the 20-acre property known as Ruby Ridge. A man named Randy Weaver owned the land and he lived there with his wife, children, and a family friend, Kevin Harris. There was an outstanding warrant for Weaver's arrest for a firearms offense and the marshals were surveilling the premises. When the family dog noticed the marshals sneaking around in the woods, it began to bark wildly. Weaver's 14-year-old boy, Sammy, and Kevin Harris proceeded to grab their rifles because they thought the dog had come upon a wild animal.