Thursday, October 30, 2008

Ayers and Obama: Some Things To Consider

I know that no Liberal-Socialist loving Democrat would every dare reading facts on their own - they're just not that way. They believe in spin, the mainstream media an the like because they have no facts to base their opinions on.. It's pure EMOTION. They're Sheeple, as a colleague once referred to them, and they are doomed to repeat history, and might, despite our vigilance, take us all with them to hell.

So, for the rest of us who like vindication and justification for our centered reality, here's this little item....

There's no doubt that University of Illinois at Chicago Professor William Ayers has become Barack Obama's biggest nightmare, far surpassing Reverend Wright. That's because Ayers was a terrorist. He actually hurt Americans during the Vietnam War days. He admits it. And after all these years, Ayers is still not repentant.

In 2002, Ayers gave an interview to a radio station in California. Now portions of that interview have surfaced on the Net for the first time.

BILL AYERS: "I considered myself partly an anarchist then. I consider myself partly an anarchist now. I mean, I'm as much an anarchist as I am a Marxist, which is to say, you know, I find a lot of the ideas in anarchism appealing. We create felons by having these kind of archaic, puritan drug laws that make no sense whatsoever in any logical way. So in that sense, I still feel like kind of an anarchist. I don't feel like the rules apply.

And if they don't apply, I don't feel like you should follow them. Is one of those regrets that I took extreme measures against the United States at a time of tremendous crisis? No, it is not. I don't regret that. There is a struggle over various religious fundamentalisms, Jihad being the most visible. But the religious fundamentalism of the Christians and the Jews is equally troubling."

He's quite a guy.

Now, during that time that interview was taken, 360 has learned that Barack Obama had frequent contact with Ayers. They were both on the board of the Woods Fund in Chicago. They were both involved with the criminal justice issues together. Obama does not deny that, and this seems to be more than just a casual relationship.

In 1997, Barack Obama gave the Chicago Tribune a blurb for Ayers' book. And a short time later, Michelle Obama organized a panel held at the University of Chicago featuring Ayers and Obama, among others. So there's no way that Obama did not know Ayers was a radical. It is simply not possible.

The question now becomes is this an important issue for you, the voter? For someone like Colin Powell, it is not. But others believe it is important.

The end game on this is that Bill Ayers is a bad guy, a bad American, an unrepentant terrorist, and Obama knew it. Yet, for whatever reason, continued the association.

Now, that's important. How important? That's a decision you have to make.


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