Bill Ayers - S.O.B. F.O.B. waaaaay back in 2001
This photo is raging through the blogosphere, so allow me to pile on. (If it was a gang brawl on YouTube, I'd be the guy outside the scrum angling for shots with my steel-toed biker boots and tube sock full of ball bearings.)
Amazing. Obama still refuses to distance himself from both his Jew-hating "pastor" and the above pictured unrepentant, self-described terrorist, and yet he still maintains a lead in the polls. Narrowing, thank God, but still a lead. Over a guy who voluntarily served seven years in a hellhole out of the opposite sentiment for his country.
Good call, America.
Obama shrugged it off months ago, maintaining that all the bad stuff went down when he was a kid, but Ayers hosted a political fundraiser in his home for li'l Barry at an age the lad was old enough to know better. And sat on a board or two together. For his part, Ayers is happy to admit he's the same man he was back in the day.
So, would Mr. Ayers do it all again, he is asked? ''I don't want to discount the possibility,'' he said.But the real question isn't how well did Obama know Ayers. It's what does Ayers see in Obama. Because that he does is beyond dispute.
And if that photo is artistic enough to earn a pass from some liberals and big-event-enamored independent voters, here's a cheesy outtake that shows him as the lame-o a-hole he is.
Personally, here's my favorite photo of Bill "Friend of Barack" Ayers.
And my favorite quote from Bill "Friend of Barack" Ayers, published in the New York Times September 11, 2001...
''I don't regret setting bombs. I feel we didn't do enough.''