Upon entering the dining room, we were invited to sit around a table that included a surreal touch: cardboard cutouts of famous Americans including former Vice President Dick Cheney, writer Gertrude Stein, Sen. John McCain, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, transcendentalist writer Henry David Thoreau and civil rights hero Rosa Parks. Placed under the cutouts were stickers with quotes from the famous figures. For instance, the Dick Cheney stickers included such classics as “Reagan taught us deficits don’t matter” and “We will, in fact, be greeted as liberators.”…

As for Ayers, he said that he likes some policies of Texas Rep. Ron Paul.

“I find some unity with Ron Paul,” he said. Ayers noted earlier, however, that he has only voted for a Democrat or Republican in a national election once in his life, presumably for Obama in 2008…

When Dohrn mentioned that she has always believed in respecting the opinions of others, TheDC again brought up her terrorist past as evidence to the contrary. Again, Dohrn noted TheDC was drudging up ancient history.

Asked about their “smash monogamy” campaign and avant-garde sexual habits during their Weather Underground days, Ayers replied, “I don’t want to talk about it.”