Terror Gig

Bill Ayers says, again, he's not a terrorist - never was. While he did declare war on the United States and carried out that war with bombings of buildings that resulted in death, he figures since they weren't trying to kill anyone, you can't call him a terrorist. Here's the definition of terrorism.
The unlawful use or threatened use of force or violence by a person or an organized group against people or property with the intention of intimidating or coercing societies or governments, often for ideological or political reasons.
Did Ayers use force or violence. Yup. Was it designed to force the government to change its behavior? Yup. Seems like you could Bill's picture next to the word terrorist in the dictionary. In addition to the bombings, the Weathermen also ran protests and riots.
Large amounts of tear gas were used, and at least twice police ran squad cars into the mob. The rioting lasted approximately half an hour, during which 28 policemen were injured. Six Weathermen were shot by the police and an unknown number injured; 68 rioters were arrested.
Ayers' attempt to soften his guilt is nonsense. Ayers is best used as a tool to point out the glaring double standard liberals use in propagandizing against conservatives. They fear violence, they say, that may result from the intensity of the Tea Party opposition to the government, but they give university positions to guys who ran a violent war against America.
Can you get them to explain that?