Things Are Getting Interesting – Obama Linked to ’60s Radical!

The interest in the documents comes as supporters of Republican presidential candidate John McCain have questioned Obama’s ties to Ayers. The Obama campaign this week countered by airing television commercials suggesting that McCain is stuck in the ’60s.

The UIC records show that Obama and Ayers attended board meetings, retreats and at least one news conference together as the education program got under way. The two continued to attend meetings together during the 1995-2001 operation of the program, records show.

At a Democratic debate this year when the association between Obama and Ayers was raised, Obama said: "This is a guy who lives in my neighborhood. . . . He’s not somebody who I exchange ideas from on a regular basis." Obama called Ayers’ past radical acts detestable.   But critics note that Obama visited Ayers’ home for a meeting at the start of his first state Senate bid in the mid-’90s.  Source



  • hihat

    Robyn, why not share the truth about Obama with your readers instead of spreading more right-wing smears? Readers can find out the truth of this latest report here: http://www.factcheck.org/

  • http://celebdirtylaundry.com/ Robyn

    Dear Hihat:

    The truth is all relative. I simply blog the most current stories in the news. I have left the link to your blog/website so people can get a differernt point of view!

    Robyn

  • hihat

    Okay, Robyn. And if you would see fit to post news occasionally on John McCain’s seven houses or the way he cheated on and dumped his first wife after she was disfigured in a car accident, that’s cool too…

    And don’t forget — John McCain was NO victim of torture. That’s because according to the Bush administration, all the sufferings McCain endured in captivity were NOT torture!

  • Eliza

    Whoa. He really did that and has 7 of them??

  • ashley

    hey what is up web site!!

  • http://celebdirtylaundry.com/ Robyn

    Hi Ashley:
    We are changing the look of the site and have had a few transition problems. Is this what you are refering to?
    Robyn