Just a professor/education reformer

Just in case the Obama people couldn’t cover for their guy … the media was quick to jump in and help out.

First … here’s what Palin repeated (and about time) 3 times over the weekend.

Then here’s how Tom Brokaw and Bob Schieffer covered for the Messiah

Then … just in case you had not heard … well … Bill Ayers is not just any Professor and reformer. And here.

“This—violence, death, and white-hot rhetoric—is his past and Ayers insists he has no regrets. “I acted appropriately in the context of those times,” he says.”

and here. Oh and here.

For a flavor of Ayers’ continuing radicalism, the New York Times profiled the 1960s radical back on September 11, 2001, the same day as the al-Qaeda attack that killed thousands of New Yorkers at the World Trade Center. The piece by Dinitia Smith began: “‘I don’t regret setting bombs,’ Bill Ayers said. ‘I feel we didn’t do enough.’”

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  1. Dave in East Hartfor
    Dave in East Hartfor says:

    The latest spin from the Obama camp is that the Obamessiah was sadly ignorant of his fellow traveler's antics, much in the same fashion that he was unaware of the divisive views of the Reverend Wright… (H/T ProteinWisdom (http://proteinwisdom.com/))

    From CNN’s American Morning:

    CNN’s John Roberts: “I just want to try to get to the heart of it so that people at home can understand. Our Jim Acosta talked with your senior strategist David Axelrod about this. In 1995, William Ayers held kind of a get-to-know you event at his place where he was introducing Barack Obama to the political culture there in Chicago when he was running for the State Senate for the first time. David Axelrod said that at that meeting Senator Obama was not aware of Ayers’ radical background. Is that true?”

    Obama Senior Strategist Robert Gibbs: “Look, if that’s what David said, that is true. Look, again, this is a relationship, excuse me, that Barack Obama has condemned the actions of Bill Ayers. This is somebody that The New York Times said Barack Obama’s not close to, and, again, John, this is a way of distracting the American people from what’s important.”

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