William Ayers comes clean; I held Fundraiser for Obama; Wife and Michelle were at law firm together

April 11, 2013

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ayersfbiWilliam Ayers, the radical Leftist who was part of the domestic terrorist group The Weather Underground in the 1970′s, has given an in-depth interview to The Daily Beast and confirmed the fact that Barack Obama’s political career began in his living room with a 1995 fundraiser:
THE DAILY BEAST: There was a big hullabaloo during the 2008 presidential election over your relationship to Obama. What is or was your relationship to him?

AYERS: “I brief him every Monday in the White House, and he never listens! No. The truth is exactly what he said and what the campaign said in 2008. David Axelrod said we were friendly, that was true; we served on a couple of boards together, that was true; he held a fundraiser in our living room, that was true; Michelle [Obama] and Bernardine were at the law firm together, that was true. Hyde Park in Chicago is a tiny neighborhood, so when he said I was “a guy around the neighborhood,” that was true. Today, I wish I knew him better and he was listening to me. Obama’s not a radical. I wish he were, but he’s not.”

Both Ayers and Dohrn were wanted by the FBI for terrorist acts against the Federal Government. Robert Gibbs blatantly lied during campaign
Actually, that is NOT what Barack Obama’s campaign said in 2008, as World Net Daily points out with this video of Robert Gibbs telling MSNBC’s Chris Matthews there was no fundraiser in Bill Ayers’ living room:

But it was not a “myth.” It was the truth, and Barack Obama has never told the truth about his many radical associations.

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Obama Egypt Response: Is He Ignoring Islamist Danger?

February 20, 2011
Obama had all those plans for Israel and you are telling me that he didn’t know what was happening in Egypt with the Muslim Brotherhood?


It is a shocking contrast: When Iranians protested an American enemy — Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s regime — President Barack Obama said nothing for days and refused to intervene. Now, when Egyptians protested an American ally — Hosni Mubarak’s regime — Obama quickly and forcefully intervened, calling for the man’s resignation, which has now occurred. We are fully aware that Mubarak has been an oppressive dictator. But he was also a U.S. ally, maintaining peace with Israel, albeit a cold one.
Therefore, are there indications that Obama ignores the dangers and ideology of extremist Muslims, who stand to gain by this development?
We see the former White House press secretary Robert Gibbs calling on “a host of nonsecular actors” — a clear allusion to the extremist Islamist Muslim Brotherhood — to be part of a future government, while Obama’s National Intelligence director James Clapper said that the group is “largely secular” and not particularly extreme. Another Obama adviser, Bruce Riedel, argues that America “should not be afraid of the Muslim Brotherhood.”
Really?
The Muslim Brotherhood, which collaborated with Nazi Germany, was the precursor of Al Qaeda. Last year its leader, Muhammad Badi, spoke enthusiastically of jihad and called for a state based on Islamic law. He also spoke optimistically about the United States heading for a collapse. His second-in-command, Rashad Al-Bayoumi, last week emphasized abrogating the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty.
The Muslim Brotherhood platform, leaked in August 2007, states that the president and legislative branch will be advised by clerics, who must approve decisions; non-Muslims will be barred from the presidency, which is also held to be unsuitable for women.
Could the Egyptian population vote in the Muslim Brotherhood? Polls show it could. A 2007 University of Maryland survey shows that 67 percent of Egyptians favor all Arab countries united as one Islamist state. A 2010 Pew poll indicates that 74 percent of Egyptians favor the imposition of strict Sharia (Islamic) law. Eighty-four percent of Egyptians support the death penalty for those who convert out of Islam. So a Muslim Brotherhood takeover is possible.
This is even more frightening because such a regime would take control of a massive Egyptian army — twice the size of Israel’s; trained by the United States; possessing ballistic missiles, chemical weapons, hundreds of U.S.-made warplanes, thousands of tanks and dozens of ships; and purchased with more than $40 billion of U.S. military aid. What does it tell us when Iran and Syria welcome the current turn of events, while Israel and Jordan are deeply concerned?
Despite the evident danger, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has raised no objection to its participation in transition talks, saying “the Muslim Brotherhood has decided to participate, suggesting they, at least, are now involved in the dialogue that we have encouraged.”
In June 2009, when Obama delivered his speech to the Muslim world in Cairo, he invited the Muslim Brotherhood leadership to attend, including Mohammed Saad el-Katatni, the head of its parliamentary bloc.
He has also appointed Islamist apologists and extremists within his administration, including Rashad Hussain, the U.S. envoy to the Organization of the Islamic Conference, who once denounced what he called the “politically motivated persecution” of Sami Al-Arian, the Florida professor found to have been illegally funding the terrorist group Palestinian Islamic Jihad.
Obama condemns Israel, but almost never the Palestinians. In March 2009, he approved a major increase to $900 million in aid to them, including $300 million for Hamas-controlled Gaza.
Before he was elected president, he said Hamas and Hezbollah had “legitimate claims,” even as he criticized violence as hurting their cause.
Why does he seem to ignore the dangers and ideology of extremist Muslims? Why did he say almost nothing in support of protesters of the anti-American Iranian regime, but strongly supported those of the U.S.-allied Egyptian regime? The public deserves an answer.
Morton A. Klein is national president of the Zionist Organization of America. Daniel Mandel is director of the group’s ZOA’s Center for Middle East Policy.
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