Lets not forget Bernadine Dohrn…

Pajamas Media » Ayers-Dohrn-Obama Tie Shouldn’t Be Dismissed

Take the time to read this entire article, it is well worth it.

I suppose that this is a prime example of Obama’s willingness to meet with anyone without precondition, no matter how anti-American they are.

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has consistently
tried to discount the depth of his relationship with Bill Ayers, one of
the founding members of the Weather Underground, a radical left-wing
terrorist group that formed in 1969 and was most famous for a string of
bombings in the 1970s.

Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin hammered
Obama’s relationship with Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn over
the weekend, stating that the Democratic presidential candidate
“palled around with terrorists.”

Obama campaign manager David Axelrod and other campaign surrogates are now furtively trying to claim today
that Obama “didn’t know the history” of Ayers and
Dohrn as the leaders of America’s most infamous left-wing
terrorist group when Obama met at their home for a political
“coming out” in 1995, but their attempt to make pretend
that Barack Obama didn’t know of their terrorist past is

By 1995, Barack Obama had known Bill Ayers at least eight years
since their shared involvement in the Alliance for Better Chicago
Schools, if not longer. Bernardine Dohrn, once labeled “the most
dangerous woman in America” by none other than J. Edgar Hoover,
was also well known as the inspiration for the 1988 movie Running on Empty. Subtle terrorists they were not.


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