That’s Right Nate

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Obama’s Ties to Right Wing Troubling

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Many of my fellow conservative bloggers have been able to tie Barrack Obama to 60s radical William Ayers because they both served together on the Annenberg Challenge from 1995 until 2001.  The Annenberg Challenge was a school reform organization in Chicago that was founded by Walter Annenberg.  People have explained Obama’s ties to Ayers, but what about his ties to Annenberg.

-Walter Annenberg was a conservative activist who was appointed Ambassador to England by Richard Nixon.

-He introduced Ronald Reagan to Margaret Thatcher

-He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Ronald Reagan

-He sold his Triangle Publications to Ruper Murdoch

Think about it.  Nixon had people break into his opponent’s campaign headquarters.  Reagan armed the Iranians.  Margaret Thatcher has been blamed for outright class warfare in the United Kingdom.  I can’t think of anything bad about Murdoch, but still is this the type of person that our Presidential candidates should be on boards with?  Walter Annenberg’s ties to the right raise troubling questions about Obama’s judgement and his ability to be an effective President.

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Written by thatsrightnate

August 24, 2008 at 3:44 pm

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