Bill Ayers Admits He Wrote "Dreams From My Father"

Friend Anne Leary (Backyard Conservative) is often in the right place at the right time, and the morning of Monday, October 5 was one of those times in one of those places. Take it away, Anne... "There I was, sitting in Reagan National Monday morning, sipping a Starbucks by the United counter before going through security. I had a little time, so I was browsing through the news. Some military guys had borrowed a chair from my table. I looked up from time to time to enjoy the sun streaming through. That's when I saw Bill Ayers, an instant blight. Scruffy, thinning beard, dippy earring, and the wirerims, heading to order. I gathered my things, got my camera ready, and snapped a shot right when he got his coffee. I asked--what are you doing in D.C. Mr. Ayers?" There are a few bombshells, too: "Then, unprompted he said - I wrote Dreams From My Father. I said, oh, so you admit it. He said - Michelle asked me to." Anne put her keen wit into her report, with some appropriate sarcasm and dashes of historical perspective. It makes for a fasinating read. READ THE FULL POST NOW... Related post: Did Bill Ayers ghostwrite Obama's "Dreams from my Father?" Conservative Caps, Shirt and more! Leave a Comment - Chicago News Bench RSS Feed Visit us on Twitter!