Thursday, September 24, 2009

Author Confirms Terrorist Bill Ayers Ghostwrote Obama's "Dreams From My Father"

During last year's presidential election, I told you about how an expert who had studied the literary style of Barack Obama's "Dreams From My Father" autobiography and compared it to that of long-time Obama pal, terrorist William Ayers, concluded that Ayers had actually written the book. Well, author Christopher Andersen confirms in his new book, "Barack and Michelle: Portrait of a Marriage" the conclusion reached by that expert. Here are some exerpts from his book:

Andersen, in "Barack and Michelle: Portrait of a Marriage," writes that Obama was faced with a deadline with the Time Books division of Random House to submit his manuscript after already having canceled a contract with Simon & Schuster. Confronted with the threat of a second failure, his wife, Michelle, suggested he seek the help of "his friend and Hyde Park neighbor Bill Ayers."

Obama had taped interviews with relatives to flesh out his family history, and those "oral histories, along with a partial manuscript and a truckload of notes, were given to Ayers," writes Andersen.

The author quotes a neighbor in the Hyde Park area of Chicago where Obama and Ayers lived, who says of the two, "Everyone knew they were friends and that they worked on various projects together."

"It was no secret. Why would it be? People liked them both," the neighbor said, according to Andersen . . .

In the end, Ayers's contribution to Barack's "Dreams from My Father" would be significant – so much so that the book's language, oddly specific references, literary devices, and themes would bear a jarring similarity to Ayers's own writing.

Andersen concludes, "Thanks to help from the veteran writer Ayers, Barack would be able to submit a manuscript to his editors at Times Books."

Andersen relied on inside sources, quite possibly Michelle Obama, to describe how "Dreams" was published, Cashill says. Andersen cites Cashill as a source, but Cashill points out in a fresh WND column today that Andersen "clearly has access to inside information that I did not have."
Yeah, just another so-called Obama conspiracy that has been proven to be factual. How many more things are we going to learn about a man we knew little about before electing him to the highest office of the land?


Jon E. Easter said...

What a literary masterpiece. So much of a juggernaut that Entertainment Weekly gave it a D+ and recommended it for "recently awakened coma patients."

Gary R. Welsh said...

The Chicago Sun-Times' Lynn Sweet wrote of it before anyone thought he had a chance of becoming president that she couldn't discern where the fiction ended and the truth began after reading it.

Melyssa said...

He's such a damned liar. I knew he was lying when he said Ayers is just a guy from the neighborhood.

I think we all see now just how easily and casually Obama is willing to lie to the American people.

Patriot Paul said...

Ayres has a checkered past big time: pentagon bomber, NY bomber of police, weatherman underground, and murder of 7 individuals who dies because of him, not to mention his statements bragging on what he has done, yet today he speaks at Purdue Univ. where some of us will be protesting about this disgrace being invited to speak on campus.

Concerned Taxpayer said...

Just watch my left hand. Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.
Don't you's the concept that matters, not the truth. /s off

Melyssa said...

I believe that makes Obama The Fresh Prince of Bill Ayers.

artfuggins said...

I dont like Bill Ayers but Patriot Paul can a real patriot be opposed to letting a person speak because they don't like his views. That is UnAmerican and unpatriotic.

M Theory said...

art...paul is a patriot in costume and a big gov't kind of guy

as well as wishing to silence some with whom he does not agree...

he believes that the government should tell you that you cannot let people smoke in a restaurant or bar that you own paid for with your own private dollars

ultimately it seems paul would prefer that the government make some decisions for you because they know best what's good for you

if we were to extend the anti-smoking argument, eventually Indianapolis would have to outlaw race cars because they kill or harm people in the workplace each year