Three members of the radical activist group known as the Weather Underground, Diana Oughton, Ted Gold and Terry Robbins, blew themselves straight to hell when the bomb they were building, which was intended to blow up a dance at Fort Dix, exploded in an otherwise quiet New York neighborhood.Rest in Pieces.
Oughton had been the girlfriend of fellow WU member Williams Ayers--the same William Ayers who, during a interview intended to promote his book Fugitive Days (sorry, no Amazon link for that from me), spouted off about blowing up the Pentagon. The interview "coincidentally" appeared in the New York Times on the morning of September 11, 2001 (and some say that there's no God).
This is, indeed, the same William Ayers who has an admittedly tenuous connection to Barack Obama. The problem with that connection is this, however: it cannot be considered as just another isolated fact. It cannot be view as a thing which has no relation to all of the other things which are just a little "off" about Senator Obama.
Again, I urge all of you who are considering voting for the senator to be discerning enough to know what to take in consideration and know what to throw out when it comes to evaluating the package of policies, personality and history in which Barack Obama presents himself to us, the American electorate.
Is that too much to ask?
(Thanks to Ace Of Spades HQ)
UPDATE: More violence. Don't forget--this is still his world.