NYT: Tom Hayden Dead at 76, Lifetime of Destruction Confronted by US Victims
The New York Times is filled with fantasy writers who romantize mass destruction by liberals routinely and embrace anti-American activities as mere indulgences. A magnificent example of New York Times adherance to propaganda is the tribute to the now deceased Tom Hayden.
Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate says: "In my lifetime, no greater political foe exists for the longest time since Tom Hayden and his then wife Jane Fonda launched their brand of extremist assault on the body politic of our nation. Both were confronted by a lifetime of sustained patriotic response from their victims principal among them veterans and Vietnamese refugees who had to flee from their homeland thanks to this traitorous pair who teamed up to literally dismantle a free socieity with their long list of violent and disruptive tactics. Hayden at least stopped organizing riots and got elected to state office in California for a time. So farewell Mr. Hayden."
Here's what the NY Times said in part:
"Tom Hayden, who burst out of the 1960s counterculture as a radical leader of America's civil rights and antiwar movements, but rocked the boat more gently later in life with a progressive political agenda as an author and California state legislator, died on Sunday. He was 76."
"During the racial unrest and antiwar protests of the '60s and early '70s, Mr. Hayden was one of the nation's most visible radicals. He was a founder of Students for a Democratic Society, a defendant in the Chicago Seven trial after riots at the 1968 Democratic National Convention, and a peace activist who married Jane Fonda, went to Hanoi and escorted American prisoners of war home from Vietnam."