Wednesday, October 8, 2008

SMS Recover Objectivity Mode, Descend on UIC

Continued from Part I: "CNN Recover Objectivity Mode: Obama Lies"

In part I we reported, that after months of pushing the issue within the blogosphere, yesterday finally CNN's Anderson Cooper's program shot into action over Obama's years long relationship with unrepentant terrorist Bill Ayers.

Today the Obama campaign reacts.

Obama's campaign manager David Axelrod now admits Obama did have a relationship with Ayers, that they served together on CAC boards and Ayers throwing the coming out coffee party in 1995. But Barack Obama ... "didn't know about Ayers' history", his violent past.

It's a bit like asking, Oswald who?

CNN also checks back with Obama campaign strategist Robert Gibbs, who is still in denial mode despite his colleague's admissions: "This is somebody who the New York Times said Barack Obama’s not close to," that Barack Obama has condemned Ayers, that this is a "dishonorable, dishonest, despicable smear campaign".

Here's a news flash for the postmodernists on the Obama campaign: facts don't qualify as smears - they are well ... truth (fallacies on the philosophical level prevent them from telling the difference between fact and opinion).

Ed Morrisey on Hot Air: "Ayers was hardly quiet about his life and his aspirations. He wrote a book about it in 2001. Chicago Magazine did a lengthy profile of him at the time, complete with pictures of Ayers standing on an American flag thrown on the ground in an alley. Nevertheless, Obama continued to work with Ayers at the Woods Fund and work together on public events. Either Obama liked what Ayers did, or he’s the most clueless politician to have ever reached the US Senate, and neither commends itself as a recommendation for a presidential candidate. (...)

In the following vid we hear about the MSM descending on the University of Illinois library, going through the papers pertaining to the Chicago Annenberg Challenge project: more than 50,000 documents, 148 boxes, approximately 946 files, together some 70 linear feet. So much for "just a guy who lives in my neighborhood" ... we'll be looking forward to their reports.

Hat Tip: Judge Right

Update: Apparently Joe Biden went on the record this morning that the McCain-Palin attacks are inciting hatred - that's rich, after the appalling slurs against Palin:

Political Punch: "Son of Democratic Politician Indicted for Hacking Palin's E-mail"

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