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Questioning the Relevance of Ayres?

October 6, 2008

Mark Levin summarizes it beautifully:

If John McCain had belonged to a church for 20 years and that church advocated white supremacy and the  pastor of the church spewed racist propaganda wrapped in Biblical verses — much of which was caught on video-tape — what would we say? If McCain’s good friends included people involved in blowing up abortion clinics instead of the Capitol Building, the Pentagon, and police stations, what would we say? If McCain was socially close to a professor with ties to neo-Nazi groups in Berlin, as opposed to a professor who had ties to the PLO, what would we say? If McCain spent his formative years schooled in fascism as opposed to Marxism, what would we say?

If McCain or Palin had one questionable dalliance that rose to any of the ones that Levin mentioned, he would have finished in Tancredo territory in the primaries.

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2 comments

  1. “If McCain or Palin had one questionable dalliance that rose to any of the ones that Levin mentioned, he would have finished in Tancredo territory in the primaries.”

    Are you sure about that? http://keatingeconomics.com/


  2. McCain has been repentant about the whole sordid affair. Seems like Obama doesn’t mind the Keating S&L crisis. He ahd John Glenn on stage to introduce the Boss yesterday. Obama is still unable to even acknowledge that Ayres is more than just “a guy who live in my neighbourhood.”



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