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Tag: Bill Ayers

Bill Ayers' new book: Race Course Against White Supremacy

Posted by – 10/24/08

I wonder if Obama will write a glowing endorsement on this one as well.

More and more dubious

Posted by – 10/19/08

Seriously liberals, is it not becoming harder and harder for you to accept Obama’s word that Ayers was only a guy in his neighborhood?

I hate that I will look like a Republican shill spouting off a talking point because the McCain campaign has finally come around to the point the blogosphere has been trying to make for months now, but how can you trust anything a minimal-record, first-term junior senator promises? Doesn’t his clear lack of judgement and overwhelming blind ambition bother you yet? Or are you waiting to actually see the effects of the most liberal President we’ve ever had with the added bonus of a super majority in Congress? Get ready for the wackiest, least effective, most invasive legislation you’ve ever seen in your life!

I’m disgusted that we know more about Joe the Plumber’s licensing status than we do about Obama’s nefarious connections. My momma always taught me that a man can be judged by those with whom he chooses to surround himself, but I guess that’s just some of that old-fashioned, sooo not progressive larnin’ us backwoods rubes had before the enlightened ones from the coasts took over.

UPDATE: I should mention that before you go saying that a simple one sentence review doesn’t mean anything, you should know that Obama was asked to do a short review of his favorite current book. His favorite. Got that? Haven’t you noticed how hard it is to love a book and not agree with the author’s ideology? And I’m not sure how much reading or writing you’ve done lately, but it’s quite difficult to write even a short piece that is both compelling and dispassionate.

Camp Obama

Posted by – 10/5/08

Keep telling yourself this man isn’t a socialist agitator. At Investors’ Business Daily, this column details an invitation thousands across the country are now finding in their email inbox.

The unsolicited pitch goes like this: “Camp Obama attendees will receive real world organizing experience that will have a direct impact on this election. Graduates of Camp Obama will go on to become Deputy Field Organizers who will lead this campaign to victory in crucial battleground states around the country.”

The letter continues, “By participating in Camp Obama you’ll get the kind of experience that Barack got as a community organizer on the South Side of Chicago, where he learned that real change happens from the bottom up.”

While the letter neglects to identify the source of that “experience,” a slide on a camp blog linked to the Obama Web site offers a clue. Underneath a “Welcome to Camp Obama” banner, a trainer at Obama headquarters in Chicago is seen speaking next to a wipe board with the words “Saul Alinsky” scrawled across it.