Discussion in 'Congress' started by The Paperboy, Oct 3, 2008.
NY Times Story here
USA Today here
CBS News here
Gotta love it when the Daley machine is providing character testimonies. End days my friends.
Just because I knew and met Timothy Leary, doesn't mean I am an LSD freak. Just because Barack Obama knew a former radical, and now a college professor, doesn't mean he advocates bombing buildings! This is a total bullshit argument!
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You really need to stop shilling for these guys, KD... how much they paying you to spam the board?
"He's just a guy in the neighborhood"
"I did not have sex with that woman"
"I am not a crook"
$10,000.00 per post. Supply and demand. Don't ya just love the free market!
Is that all you have, they sat in the same room? Time for a different shtick.
"Kurtz's grand conclusion: Ayers and Obama went to the same meetings! And this brilliant attack by Kurtz: Obama is "comfortable working with people" on the left. Well, that's no surprise, since he's also comfortable working with people on the far right.[/b]
Unlike Limbaugh, I listened to Kurtz on Rosenberg's show. More than half the show was devoted to Kurtz's laughable attacks on Obama (in one case, Kurtz started reading from an innocuous book on global justice that he admitted Obama probably never read, but which he linked to Obama because Obama knows the man who runs the foundation that produced the book)."
1. Obama and Ayers worked together on the Annenberg project attending at least six board meetings together.
2. Obama was quoted in the Chicago Tribune praising Ayers' book.
3. Obama launched his first campaign for elected office from Ayers' home.
This is what is known right now. Is there more?
Now let's switch the names:
1. McCain and Dukes worked together on the Rockefeller Project attending at least six board meetings together.
2. McCain was quoted in the Washington Times praising Duke's book.
3. McCain launched his first campaign for elected office from Dukes's home.
Do think the Obama campaign would have made an issue of the above?
Do you think McCain would have had a chance to get the nomination?
Do you think the mainstream media would have ignored the story until 30 days before the election?
Separate names with a comma.