I’ll be out most of today, but here’s two must reads from Zombietime:
“A searing and timely account of the juvenile court system, and the courageous individuals who rescue hope from despair.”
The Obama campaign would have you believe Ayers is just a guy “who lives down the street”,
[Obama spokesman] Mr. LaBolt said the men first met in 1995 through the education project, the Chicago Annenberg Challenge, and have encountered each other occasionally in public life or in the neighborhood.
when in fact,
- Bernardine Dorn worked in the same law office as Michelle Obama in 1987
- Ayers hosted a crucial meet-the-candidate event in their Hyde Park neighborhood home in 1995 where Obama launched his political carreer.
- Obama and Ayers shared an address for three years and both their offices were on the third floor of 115 S. Sangamon St. in Chicago (h/t Dr Sanity) as did Maoist Mike Klonsky
- As I posted before
There are letters going back to 1994 demonstrating that Ayers had a deciding voice on who was on the board of the Chicago Annenberg Challenge. Steve Diamond, who has that evidence, says
I was interviewed at length by the New York Times for this story – in fact, this was the third Times reporter to interview me about the Ayers/Obama relationship – and I provided the Times with the letters I discuss here. They are not mentioned in the story at all.
But the Obama/Ayers links weren’t limited to the CAC. Just One Minute:
And the so-called “Fact Check” at the Obama website does not disclose that Obama and Ayers worked together on a failed education reform project from 1995 to 2001, and
had probably first teamed up on education reform in 1987.
Ayers and Obama effectively worked on two political projects together over a period of almost ten years.
Face it: OBAMA IS LYING ABOUT AYERS. Obama has been closely associated with an unrepentant terrorist whose aim is to destroy American democracy.
When you have a chance, also read Zombie’s The Left’s Big Blunder.
Check out Ace: The building where Ayers, Klonsky & Obama had an office on the third floor for THREE years wasn’t any bigger than 50 x 50.