William Ayers, NY Times article Dec 6, 2008.
I've never heard such wild, radical 'terrorist' thinking in my life.
I find it interesting that those of us who profess to be religious, non-judgemental and kind to those who have made mistakes, will allow no other's to do the same. That Obama has been held accountable and tainted for just talking to someone who has made mistakes in his past, or who preaches from a pulpit in his church, reeks of hypocrisy.
Is that what its come to in life? If I want to run for public office must I always perform a background check on everybody that's in the same room with me from the beginnings of my adult life? Must I choose which city I'm from carefully lest its torrid political history be held against me?
I find it sad, and silly, and just plain dumb. (Oh sorry, can I say that word??)