New anti-Obama ad about Barack & Ayers (video embed)

Nice ad–and just in time for the Convention. Here’s what the LA Times has to say about it (read the whole story at link)…

A newly formed conservative political group is spending $2.8 million to air the first tough general election ad attacking Barack Obama, questioning his relationship with a founder of the 1960s terrorist group Weather Underground.

Obama’s aides denounced the spot, calling it illegal. (Heheh!)They likened it to the 2004 Swift Boat Veterans for Truth assault on John Kerry’s military service, which some Democrats believe cost Kerry the election, and charged that Republican John McCain was behind it.

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6 responses to “New anti-Obama ad about Barack & Ayers (video embed)

  1. kennedy121

    Lol, yep, that’s right, Obama would like to see an attack on the US capital and is a great pal of anarchist terrorists… jesus, what a joke of an ad. I don’t know whether to laugh or cry over the fact that this kind of crap is churned out (and the fact some people will watch and believe it).

  2. Dave Jacobson

    Obama was eight years old when Ayers was involved with the Weather Underground. How can anyone blame Obama for Ayers’ actions when Obama was eight years old?!?!?!?

  3. stopobamaexpress

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  4. stopobamaexpress

    Its not blaming Obama for what Ayers did, it’s blaming Obama for the friends he keeps. If a white guy had a friend that belonged to the KKK, wouldn’t that reflect badly on him. ?!?!?!?!?!? Dave?

  5. goodtimepolitics

    A review of just the publicly known highlights of the Ayers-Obama relationship suggests a twenty year pattern of connections between the two.

    At the heart of this “Top Ten” list is the Chicago Annenberg Challenge, which Ayers founded and Obama and Ayers co-chaired for five years, raising and spending at least $110 million in an effort to bolster a “radical” (Ayers’ word) reform program in the Chicago Public Schools from 1994 to 2001.

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