Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Obama: Much Closer To Ayers Than He Admits

Would you vote for John McCain if he started his political career in the house of, and later worked in the same neo-nazi educational foundation with, a man who tried to kill hundreds of African Americans? Do you think that might be a newsworthy story? How about if that same guy bombed a black church and then today still said "We didn't do enough?"

Yet, Obama did the same thing with a man who tried to kill that many U.S. soldiers, and who actually did bomb the Pentagon. But that story must be suppressed by Big Media. Can't even talk about that. Nope.

Bill Ayers was and is a 60's-era terrorist radical. He himself said he had hoped to murder hundreds of U.S. Soldiers with one of his bombs - he was a bomb designer. Instead, 3 of his terrorist cohort were killed making that bomb. Bad instructions I guess.

That same angel of a guy later would work with Obama on educating kids to be 60's radicals and hate the U.S. Read on...

In a WSJ opinion piece, Stan Kurtz provides more details of the association of Obama and Ayers. Obama worked closely with Ayers, and indeed launched his political career from Ayer's house. I guess that's what Obama means when he says Ayers is just "a guy who lives in my neighborhood."

And, Obama has tried to hide the fact that he led an educational foundation that pushed radical anti-U.S. propaganda. I guess he didn't have space in his two autobiographies for that.


The (Chicago Annenberg Challenge) CAC's agenda flowed from Mr. Ayers's educational philosophy, which called for infusing students and their parents with a radical political commitment, and which downplayed achievement tests in favor of activism. In the mid-1960s, Mr. Ayers taught at a radical alternative school, and served as a community organizer in Cleveland's ghetto.

In works like "City Kids, City Teachers" and "Teaching the Personal and the Political," Mr. Ayers wrote that teachers should be community organizers dedicated to provoking resistance to American racism and oppression. His preferred alternative? "I'm a radical, Leftist, small 'c' communist," Mr. Ayers said in an interview in Ron Chepesiuk's, "Sixties Radicals," at about the same time Mr. Ayers was forming CAC.

Proposals from groups focused on math/science achievement were turned down. Instead CAC disbursed money through various far-left community organizers, such as the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (or Acorn).

The point, says Mr. Ayers in his "Teaching Toward Freedom," is to "teach against oppression," against America's history of evil and racism, thereby forcing social transformation.

The Obama campaign has cried foul when Bill Ayers comes up, claiming "guilt by association." Yet the issue here isn't guilt by association; it's guilt by participation. As CAC chairman, Mr. Obama was lending moral and financial support to Mr. Ayers and his radical circle. That is a story even if Mr. Ayers had never planted a single bomb 40 years ago.

Here is the article's author on Fox, explaining this ugliness...
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