What a small world this is turning out to be. But it's not hard to know what side your on. And Obomba is on the wrong side ................every time. Obama's pal Willy Ayers signed the open letter to Bloomberg supporting the NYC public school madrassa - so did Ayers brother and quite a few other radicals (hat tip trk).
Obama’s Real Bill Ayers
The ex-Weatherman is now a radical educator with influence.
Obama Pal Ayers Supports NYC Madrassa Creeping Sharia
In “How Many Clicks from KGIA to Obama,” Boker tov blog recaps the KGIA muslim madrassa story and finds that Barack Obama pal, and Weather Underground terrorist, William Ayers signed a letter in support of the school. Ayers brother, the Huffington Post contributer, also signed the letter.
No surprise that an unrepentant, homegrown terrorist would support a school whose original principal defended the promotion of Intifada NYC t-shirts. Stop the Madrassa has more on Ayers.
posthumous luger has more on the other radical educators who signed the open letter to Mayor Bloomberg in Teachers For a Broader Definition of “Intifada.”
What are the chances all those who support the Brooklyn madrassa support Obama as well?
UPDATE: More on Obama's bad judgment:
Judgment and Character Are Paramount by Stuart Taylor Jr. National Journal
Many who have been disposed to admire Obama, including me, see these matters as raising troublesome questions about his judgment and character.
“Your representative owes you, not his industry only, but his judgment; and he betrays, instead of serving you, if he sacrifices it to your opinion.”
So said British statesman Edmund Burke in his famous 1774 speech to the electors of Bristol. Similarly, James Madison wrote in Federalist 57 that voters should choose the candidates “who possess most wisdom to discern, and most virtue to pursue, the common good of the society.”
Wise counsel, albeit forlorn in today’s campaign world in which most people—especially primary voters—back the candidates who are most shameless in sacrificing their judgment to the voters’ opinions.
Many who have been disposed to admire Obama, including me, see these matters as raising troublesome questions about his judgment and character. Many of us have come to wonder whether the purportedly post-ideological Obama is so close to his party’s business-bashing, pacifistic left wing as to skew his judgment on matters ranging from the capital-gains tax to Iraq. Perhaps our suspicions are mistaken. But Obama has hardly laid them to rest.