Bats in the Belfry

A crazy person lives at The American Thinker.

Within days of my going public last September with the speculation that terrorist emeritus Bill Ayers helped Barack Obama write his acclaimed memoir, Dreams From My Father, I learned that I was not alone in that intuition.

Since then, I have received helpful contributions from serious people in at least five countries and any number of states and have integrated many of their observations into my ongoing narrative, summarized here.  If you are unfamiliar with this research, please read this before going forward.

About a week ago, however, I heard from a new contributor.  I will refer to him as “Mr. West.” Like most contributors, he prefers to remain anonymous.  The media punishment that Joe the Plumber received has much to do with this nearly universal reticence.

A week before that, I heard from another excellent contributor, Mr. Midwest.  Their collective contribution should dispel the doubts of all but the willfully blind that Ayers played a substantial role, likely the primary role, in the writing of Dreams.

Tom Maguire provides some common sense. His readers, not so much.

Even Jonah Goldberg isn’t buying it.

If you are not as accomplished as the gloating Jack Cashill, do not worry. At least you are not batshit insane.

One Response to “Bats in the Belfry”

  1. JohnHolmes says:

    Kathy, you leave out the fact that Obama and Ayers held offices next to each other during the time Obama wrote the book. They were good friends and colleagues. Ayers wrote the Foreward or Intro to Obama’s book (I forget exactly).

    So call it Batshit Insane all you like, I’m not sure I believe it either, but we really don’t know many details about Obama’s time in Chicago … the Media failed to thoroughly vet Obama. The idea is certainly plausible, or likely that Ayers “helped” Obama with his writing to some extent.

    All the pieces of the puzzle fit whether you like it or not.

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