Wednesday, October 08, 2008

"Ayers Is Just a Guy in the Neighborhood"; The Cow Jumped....

Only problem is, "the neighborhood" was both in NYC and in Chicago--

Why did Obama get hired as a "summer associate" in 1989 at the law firm which had hired Ayers' wife, and where Ayers' father was a prominent friend of the managing partner at Sidley & Austin?

Where did Obama get his first and only legal job after Harvard? At a law firm where Tony Rezko was a prominent client and where name partner Judson Miner was a law school classmate of Bernadine Dohrn-Ayers. Yes, the pieces are starting to come together.

There's also Obama's New Party endorsement (not Ayers-connected, so far...)

In June sources released information that during his campaign for the State Senate in Illinois, Barack Obama was endorsed by an organization known as the Chicago "New Party". The 'New Party' was a political party established by the Democratic Socialists of America (the DSA) to push forth the socialist principles of the DSA by focusing on winnable elections at a local level and spreading the Socialist movement upwards. The admittedly Socialist Organization experienced a moderate rise in numbers between 1995 and 1999. By 1999, however, the Socialist 'New Party' was essentially defunct after losing a supreme court challenge that ruled the organizations "fusion" reform platform as unconstitutional.

It is not a matter of Obama's "judgment." It is a matter of his orientation--his proclivities--which is important.

And the DSA/New Party, Ayers/Dohrn, CPUSA-member 'mentor' in Hawaii (Frank Marshall Davis), and extreme-Left voting record demonstrate very clearly that this fellow, Obama, is not in any way, shape, or form "centrist."

Another way to put it: the "neighborhood" Obama hangs in happens to be an intellectual "neighborhood" of sometimes murderously violent America-haters.

HT: Ace

1 comment:

Joe of St. Thérèse said...

we can only spread the word...