Wednesday, October 8, 2008


Victor Davis Hanson notes somehting

Why in the world was Barack Obama still communicating on the phone or via email with Bill Ayers up until 2005 — when in 2001 Ayers gave widely publicized interviews claiming he had no regrets about the bombing, indeed regretted that he had not done enough, and did not necessarily have any remorse either about his Weathermen career?

Ponder that: the possible next President of the United States, well after 9/11 and in the climate of hourly worry over terrorism here at home, was still friendly and communicating with an associate that had to abandon his book tour due to popular outcry, and was widely quoted as absolutely unrepentant about his terrorism. That is a damning indictment of his judgement — among other things — and it is no "smear" to raise the issue.

Indeed, there is a disturbing pattern here. Obama's once-close radical Chicago associates are never jettisoned out of principle, but only at the 11th-hour when they became impediments to Obama's political career.

This is why the media, the dems and other Obama supporters are trying their hardest to keep a lid on all of this.

They want to drag Obama across the finish line and know that if the average voter is kept in the dark they'll be more likely to vote for Obama.

Think about that. They're depending on you staying ignorant. They want you to be complacent and not ask questions.

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