Posts Tagged ‘book’
It’s a book, and a best-seller, but its pages are blank, which is not merely intentional, but true.
I haven’t seen the movie yet, but I have read the book by Laura Hillenbrand. I’m told the movie brushes past the faith issues of Louis Zamperini, but nothing diminishes the incredible story of this remarkable man.
Former President Jimmy Carter is writing yet another book, and like his previous ones, this will go unread by me. Since this one focuses on women’s rights, I’ll sure Hillary will buy a few copies.
A conservative blogger encounters Bill Ayers at an airport, and — well, read it for yourself.
Did Bill Ayers write Obama’s book for him? I find it likely, since there is no evidence that His Oneness can write at all, his records from kindergarden forward lying under seal.
I think Ayers has too much invested in His Oneness to really rat him out, but it would be quite in keeping with the petulant trust fund baby to tell the truth and pretend he lied, satisfying his large ego while telling himself he put one over on the conservative bitch.
Yes, I know that’s not how normal people think, but Ayers isn’t normal. He is one of a bunch of kids with rich parents who taught them the price of everything and the value of nothing useful, then turned them loose on the world.
I knew a couple of dozen of them back in the day, and can’t remember ever seeing one of them who wasn’t stoned or sloshed. They all spoke of taking over the world, and their radicalism made them attractive to a certain girls, some who shared their distorted world view, and some who just wanted to acquire some power.
Nowadays Ayers is a professor who gives speeches on education, and his good friend Arne Duncan, who left Chicago with something like a 40% drop-out rate, is the Education Secretary, and the man he hardly knows from the neighborhood is the President.
When will people understand that there is nothing wrong with the White House vetting process, that Obama has selected the people he likes, he’s comfortable with, and who share his views?