November 14, 2008

WE'VE GOT PLENTY OF FAMILY FRIENDS WE PRETEND NOT TO KNOW...:

Ex-radical calls Obama a 'family friend': But Ayers says conservatives wove a 'dishonest narrative' during campaign (Rex W. Huppke, November 14, 2008, LA Times)

In a new afterword to his memoir, "Fugitive Days," 1960s radical William Ayers describes himself as a "family friend" of President-elect Barack Obama and writes that the controversy over their relationship was an effort to "deepen a dishonest narrative" about the candidate.

...heck, we have family we pretend not to know too well, but we have no trouble admitting that we're the ones being dishonest. Why do these guys have to both lie and claim that those being lied to are the liars?

Posted by Orrin Judd at November 14, 2008 12:14 PM
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