Friday, October 10, 2008

Krauthammer on Obama's Friends

Charles Krauthammer explains the deep significance of Obama's associations with Ayers, Rezko, and Wright. If you are inclined to write this off as "guilt by association," then read Krauthammer's compelling case. He is one of the best columnists in America.


Jeremy said...

I think that Krauthammer may be too quick to assert that Obama does not share any of the ideology of his demonic associates. One of the biggest problems regarding how these associations have been dealt with by the Obama campaign is to hand-wave them away. That's a problem because it leaves the electorate in the dark about the true nature of the relationships in question.

Given the genuine lack of personal knowledge about Obama, when one is asked, "Do you think Obama really believes this stuff?" the appropriate answer is not, "Yes," or, "No," but rather, "I have no idea."

Regardless, let's talk about what we do know. He's a committed Marxist. That should be enough to keep him out of the White House.

John Stockwell said...

How about McCain's associating with the other
4 members of the "Keating 5"? How about
McCain's association with W? He's either
crooked as a dog's hind leg, or not very good
at picking his friends.

Douglas Groothuis, Ph.D. said...

Good point, J.