Memo To Obama: Terrorists Still Aren’t Cool

Associative Disassociation

Associative Disassociation

John Murtagh was nine years old when he was awoken in his sleep by his mom in a panic.

Ayers said of his upbringing and subsequent radicalization: “I was a child of privilege and I woke up to a world on fire.”

Funny thing, Bill: one night, so did I.

What kind of man in America would attempt to kill another man’s wife and children? Friends of Barack Obama, of course!

As the association between Obama and Ayers came to light, it would have helped the senator a little if his friend had at least shown some remorse. But listen to Ayers interviewed in the New York Times on September 11, 2001, of all days: “I don’t regret setting bombs. I feel we didn’t do enough.” Translation: “We meant to kill that judge and his family, not just damage the porch.” When asked by the Times if he would do it all again, Ayers responded: “I don’t want to discount the possibility.”

Fire in the Night, City Journal, 30 April 2008

This is the sort of startling lack of judgment that makes one questions another’s credentials to protect the security interests of a nation.

Link to the press release. More discussion at Hot Air.


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