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Thursday, October 09, 2008

McCain And RNC Run Ads About Obama And Ayers: Updated

As I have said before I am not so concerned about what Ayers did 40 years ago but what he and Obama have worked together on in the near past education policy and social and criminal justice. Ayers has pushed radical left wing indoctrination policies in the schools as a way to achieve the goals he couldn't with bombs, bringing down our capitalist economic system. This ad touches on it but the McCain team needs to expand on that aspect more very soon.

Obama has arguably known Ayers since his time at Colombia in the late '80s and Obama and his wife both worked for the same law firm as Ayers' wife Bernadine Dohrn. Dohrn had continued her activities with the Weather Underground well into the '80s. The question is has Obama been groomed by all these far left radicals from the '60s to be their ace card on the inside straight? It sure fits Obama's rise through politics as a relative outsider to Chicago's machine when he arrived to where he is today.

Update; Jennifer Rubin has a lot more with plenty of links I was to lazy to dredge up.


Pasadena Closet Conservative said...

He tries to keep his distance now, but the Ayers stain is all over him. He can't wipe it out.

Tom the Redhunter said...

Obama's got a lot to hide, and so his campaign is trying to say that McCain is "fighting dirty".

Obama's radical past is important for two primary reasons

One, it goes to his judgment. If he could sit at Trinity United for 20 years without figuring out the true nature of Jeremiah Wright, why should we believe he can size up Ahmadinejad or Chavez any faster?

Two, his radical past shows how he'll govern. He and his cultish followers want to "fundamentally remake" our country. Can anyone doubt that it will be along radical socialist lines?

suek said...

Leaving this link with a recommendation that you do a search on the site for Obama/Ayers articles...he's got some outstanding stuff.