Chamblee54

Go to Denny’s

Posted in Uncategorized by chamblee54 on October 17, 2008


There is a video going around of JSM on the David Letterman show. At the 2 minute mark, JSM gets to talking about that rascal Bill Ayers. Not only did he wish he had planted more bombs, but he said it on September 11, 2001. PG heard the ding ding ding of the BS detector.

It turns out the Weatherman dude put a book out in 2001. (An unrelated group called the Weather Girls had a hit song, “It’s Raining Men”. No word on whether this was about the aftermath of a bombing.) Mr. Ayers was flogging the book, and gave an interview to the New York Times. In a eerie stroke, the review was published on September 11,2001. That was supposed to be a slow news day, and ordinarily would have been a good day for book promotion. Now, Mr. Ayers may have made the comment that he should have bombed more, or gotten bombed more, on nine eleven. Or he may not have. The point is, the story that JSM quotes was published on that day, and the interview it was based on was made before that. JSM is playing fast and loose with the facts.

Someone is impressed by the Ayers business. A robocall from the JSM campaign is going out as we speak, that reminds voters that BHO was buddies with a domestic terrorist. ( HT to JoemyG-d) (The phone number at the end of the call is 202 863 8500) Maybe they all went riding in Larry Sinclair’s limousine, did a few lines, and went to Denny’s for the Grand Slam. Or maybe not.
On the way to posting a feature, one goes through the wordpress home page. There are featured blogs there. One of these has the transcript of the appearance by JSM on David Letterman. There is a lot that did not make the video, that is in the transcript.
The poster at the end of this feature is from Motivated Photos.

Spell check suggestions for this feature:
robocall – aerobically, focally, rockfall, erotically, heroically

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