The truth is finally coming out. Contrary to what Barack Obama told the American people in his run for the White House, his relationship with the domestic terrorist, Bill Ayers, ran much deeper than previously thought.
Who would have thought? Two America haters finding something in common.
Read the latest from the American Thinker:
Andersen Book Blows Ayers' Cover on 'Dreams' (updated)
"In his new book, "Barack and Michelle: Portrait of an American Marriage," Best-selling celebrity journalist, Christopher Andersen, has blown a huge hole in the Obama genius myth without intending to do so.
Relying on inside sources, quite possibly Michelle Obama herself, Andersen describes how Dreams came to be published -- just as I had envisioned it in my articles on the authorship of Dreams. With the deadline pressing, Michelle recommended that Barack seek advice from 'his friend and Hyde Park neighbor Bill Ayers.'
To flesh out his family history, Obama had taped interviews with various family members. Andersen writes, 'These oral histories, along with a partial manuscript and a truckload of notes, were given to Ayers.' Andersen quotes a Hyde Park neighbor, 'Everyone knew they were friends and that they worked on various projects together. It was no secret. Why would it be? People liked them both.'
Andersen continues, 'In the end, Ayers's contribution to Barack's Dreams From My Father would be significant--so much so that the book's language, oddly specific references, literary devices, and themes would bear a jarring similarity to Ayers's own writing.'
More to come!"
I wonder what the American Pravda will have to say about this. Oh, that's right, the media refuses to cover an incriminating stories about their idol, President Obama.
Update: Ron Radosh takes up the case.
'Finally, Christopher Andersen concludes: "In the end, Ayers's contribution to Barack's Dreams From My Father would be significant - so much so that the book's language, oddly specific references, literary devices, and themes would bear a jarring similarity to Ayers's own writing.'"