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What Lurks in the Ayers-Annenberg Files?

Clarice Feldman 29 August 2008 3 Comments

Do Democratic presidential campaign committees think we are all stupid or do they suffer from some sort of group delusion?

This time around they are trying to take a man whose entire career has linked him with far-left anti-American characters, political agendas focused on redistribution of wealth, and racial spoils and pawn him off on us as a man who transcends race and partisanship.

As the façade’s cracks begin to show through — largely outside the focus of the major media — the Obama camp is behaving badly and thereby telegraphing that the charges involving Obama’s role in the Chicago Annenberg Challenge (CAC) are not only true, but both unanswerable and exceedingly damaging to the campaign’s make-believe narrative about their candidate.


  • DK (author) said:

    It seems like a form of poetic justice that a candidate like Obama who rose to a undeserved position of prominence by pushing for the release of dissolution of marriage pleadings to defeat Blair Hull in the Democratic primary and to force Republican Jack Ryan to withdraw from the general election is now mortified that the public may soon be poring through the disclosures to be found in the Chicago Annenberg Challenge files.

  • Pat Hickey (author) said:

    The Bounce got Stuffed by the Point Guard!


  • TruthTeller (author) said:

    The problem is- The propagandists at the UIC Library gave professor terrorist Ayres 48 hours to “cleanse” the documents BEFORE they were released. Just like the Rose Law Firm bill records, the Vince Foster papers, and the stained blue dress.. oh wait, that one got past them. Welcome to the “new” Obama regime. Stalin, Hitler and George Orwell would heartily approve.

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