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Old 06-30-2008, 05:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Major Minor View Post
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Excerpt: "The more pressing issue is not the damage done by the Weather Underground 40 years ago, but the far greater harm inflicted on the nation’s schoolchildren by the political and educational movement in which Ayers plays a leading role today."

Excerpt: "Ayers’s politics have hardly changed since his Weatherman days. He still boasts about working full-time to bring down American capitalism and imperialism. This time, however, he does it from his tenured perch as Distinguished Professor of Education at the University of Illinois, Chicago. Instead of planting bombs in public buildings, Ayers now works to indoctrinate America’s future teachers in the revolutionary cause, urging them to pass on the lessons to their public school students."

Obama’s Real Bill Ayers Problem by Sol Stern, City Journal 23 April 2008
Yes, most radical teachers came out of Ayers's classes at University of Illinois-Chicago.
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Old 06-30-2008, 05:47 AM
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Originally Posted by ProudCapMarine View Post
I agree. Bill Ayers will bomb his way to the top.
How so?
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Old 07-02-2008, 07:15 PM
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"In fact, Obama got his start in politics at a fundraiser at Ayers' home. Furthermore, Obama was the hand picked successor to Alice Palmer. So, while Barack Obama may claim to be an outsider in Washington, he has been the ultimate insider in Hyde Park, Cook County, and Springfield." The Provocateur: Ayers, Rezko, and Obama: Countering the Outsider Image

“Obama’s connections to Ayers and Dorhn have been noted in some fleeting news coverage in the past. But the visit by Obama to their home — part of a campaign courtship — reflects more extensive interaction than has been previously reported. “I don’t regret setting bombs; I feel we didn’t do enough,” Ayers told the New York Times in 2001." REZKO, AUCHI, AYERS, DORHN, KHALIDI and SENATOR OBAMA « Dianej’s Weblog

"...Obama was the inside guy in the Illinois senate as far as setting up the Health Facilities Planning Board to extort contributions from companies in exchange for the approval of applications to build medical facilities."
Sibby Online: Obama, Wright, Ayers, Pfleger, and now Rezko

That'll have to do for now. I have too much to do to do your research for you. You can find plenty more. Obama is not clean! He's a dirty politician with shady characters all around him.
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