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More Evidence The Ayres Ghostwrote Obama

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Evidence has been adding up on various conservative websites that Bill Ayres was the actual writer of Barack Obama’s Dreams of My Father.  Jack Cashill of Worldnetdaily.Com first broke this story and the evidence he uses is very convincing.  Both books average about 23 words per sentence while his book only has 15.  Both books also use a lot of nautical terms.  Furthermore, Obama doesn’t have the education necessary to be a writer like Ayres or Jack Cashill.   Is this the only ghost writing that Ayres has done?  I think not.

Ayres has become increasingly fascinated with the topic of education and is known as a godless anti-American.  Where better to base a novel than in a European country in a world with witchcraft and magic?  What better to center a story on than education?

JK Rowling says that the idea for Harry Potter just “fell into my head”.  Yet, Rowling had no great education and no career as a writer before penning this worldwide phenomenon called Harry Potter.  Ayres frequently writes about prejudice and injustice as do the Potter books.  Also, JK Rowling is a gender neutral pen name which is an odd choice for a female author, but not for a female author whose ghost writer is a man.  Where would Rowling get the idea for all the University type scenes?  Certainly in a stuffy old University like the University of Chicago Ayres would have to be inspired.

It seems to be that this is even more reason we should not be exposing our children to the works of a 60s radical like Bill Ayres by giving them Harry Potter to read.   If you must give them a book try Kids Are American Too by Bill O’Reilly.  They’ll thank you for it.


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    November 2, 2008 at 11:28 am

  2. The harry potter books are banned indefinatly from my home and so is any writing from Bill O’really, Bill o’riely, remember, spoke in favor of the genocide against the flds, I wouldn’t be suprised if bill ayers wrote his stuff too, Oreally likes to make judgments on people he’s never met, I think he’s baptist isn’t he? you know the ones that made sure thier buses were hauling off the flds children, what a nice childrens bedtime story bill. BARF


    November 2, 2008 at 1:09 pm

  3. wow, are you really linking Harry Potter and Bill Ayres? that is quite a ridiculous stretch


    November 2, 2008 at 4:12 pm

  4. It all makes perfect sense. I’m not surprised you’re not seeing it.


    November 2, 2008 at 5:21 pm

  5. Not only is it illogical, it’s quite arrogant to make such a stretch.


    November 3, 2008 at 11:22 am

  6. nate, you forgot the homosexual agenda in the potter books that rowling recently admitted to – further proof, if any was needed, that a well-financed leftist cabal is actually behind this vile series.

    [ “J.K. Rowling Reveals ‘Harry Potter’ Character Dumbledore Is Gay”,2933,303760,00.html ]


    November 3, 2008 at 12:32 pm

  7. Jack Cashill is right. I know it, you all know it. Deal with it.


    November 28, 2008 at 4:47 pm

  8. When has Jack ever steered any of us wrong before? I do wish he’d tackle the Potter thing though.


    November 29, 2008 at 12:03 am

  9. Funny how you can stumble onto a blog from a Google search and then find out immediately what type of blog it is by the comments. I would have thought the article was satire.

    Harry Potter takes place in a standard boarding school, not a “university.” Though western audiences may not be familiar with the concepts of houses and headmasters, I assure you that these ideas are not strange to British audiences.

    I don’t have a problem with the idea that a woman couldn’t write something good without a male ghostwriter, nor that previous published novels is a prerequisite to quality writing. Harper Lee hadn’t published a book before “To Kill a Mockingbird,” one of the undisputed classics of our age.

    And to link Bill Ayers (not Ayres as you so dumbassedly misspell it) to Harry Potter because of the University setting and themes of prejudice crosses hitherto-unsurpassed realms of illogic.


    January 26, 2009 at 1:32 am

  10. Correction: The third paragraph should read “I have a problem with the idea. . .”


    January 26, 2009 at 1:35 am

  11. “Harper Lee hadn’t published a book before “To Kill a Mockingbird,” one of the undisputed classics of our age.”

    Harper Lee was a woman?


    January 26, 2009 at 6:40 am

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