Skip to comments.Obama’s Buddy, Bill Ayers Stomping the American Flag
Posted on 05/05/2008 10:42:41 AM PDT by Jay777
Photo from 2001, while Obama served on the Woods Fund Board with Bill Ayers. Maybe its time for Obama to disown his terrorist friends?
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EXCELLENT DETECTIVE WORK!
Absolutely devastating to that fraud Obama.
Also here (different thread, same photo):
If Jon Cary nearly got himself elected POTUS I don’t think we can rule out Obama just yet, but there is plenty of info that should devastate his campaign with REAL Americans.
I can see the 527 add now, released on September 11, 2008.
Disown his friends?
Hell, Obama is a muslim terrorist in disguise anyway.
Maybe it's time for Obama to lose the nomination?
Is that possible? Do we want that? With all this baggage he’s easier to beat than Hillary, or at least that argument can be made.
“Maybe it’s time for Obama to lose the nomination?”
We want EVERYONE IN AMERICA to know what Obama & the ‘Rats are allllllllllllllll about!!!
The only bright part of Nobama's endless fiascos is how many Dims are jumpin' from his camp.
Ayers doing pictorially what Uncle Jeremiah does verbally.
Only if word gets out & STAYS out. Our side has a miserable track record when it comes to calling the other side out for what it truely is.
If anyone has email addys for MSM outlets, please start sending this out. Maybe someone will pick it up before tonight. Hannity?
Obama sure has some nice friends. /s
bump for later
From Dreams of My Father: “I ceased to advertise my mother’s race at the age of 12 or 13, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites.”
From Dreams of My Father (drunk as a coot, car wrapped around a palm tree trunk): “I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mothers race.”
From Dreams of My Father (drunk as a coot, car wrapped around a palm tree trunk): “There was something about him that made me wary, a little too sure of himself, maybe. And white.”
From Dreams of My Father (drunk as a coot, car wrapped around a palm tree trunk): “It remained necessary to prove which side you were on, to show your loyalty to the black masses, to strike out and name names.”
From Dreams of My Father (drunk as a coot, car wrapped around a palm tree trunk): “I never emulate white men and brown men whose fates didn’t speak to my own. It was into my father’s image, the black man, son of Africa, that I’d packed all the attributes I sought in myself, the attributes of Martin and Malcolm, DuBois and Mandela.”
From Audacity of Hope (just damn): “I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.”
The three following excerpts are from the same August 2001 Chicago Magazine article in which this photo appeared. In Sept 2001, Ayers did that more famous interview for the New York Slimes (Times):
"In 1980, Ayers and Dohrn turned themselves in. (The first words Ayers's father said to him were, "You need a haircut.") By then they had had two children together, and the bombing conspiracy charge against the couple had been dismissed due to government misconduct.
Dohrn plea-bargained to charges of inciting to mob action and resisting police officers. She was sentenced to three years' probation and a $1,500 fine. Ayers was not charged. Even then he showed a way with words:
'Guilty as hell, free as a birdAmerica is a great country,' he said."
-page 2 of 3.
"'Essentially, you must see the student before you as a locus of energy,' he says. 'He already has a heart, a soul, a mind, interests, and dreams. You need to help him shape those interests, pursue those dreams.' Ayers is distinguished professor of education at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where two years ago the university named him Senior University Scholar, an award given to outstanding faculty members."-page 3 of 3.
"'I think there will be another mass political movement,' he predicts, 'because I believe that the kind of injustice that is built into our world will not go quietly into the night.'"-page 3 of 3.
Article: No Regrets, Chicago Magazine, August 2001.
Are those actual quotes from Obama’s books?
Man, things are worse than I thought.