Ayers Brothers Led Annenberg Grantees and Contributed to Obama

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  1. Revmitchell

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    Feb 18, 2006
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    Both William Ayers and his brother, John Ayers, ran organizations that received grants from the Chicago Annenberg Challenge run by Barack Obama, and both also contributed to at least one of Obama’s political campaigns.

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  2. windcatcher

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    And Annenberg group sponsors the Factcheck site which verifies Obama's BC . Great!:rolleyes:
  3. JustChristian

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    Actually, the State of Hawaii verified Obama's birth certificate. That's the important one.

    When the birth certificate arrived from the Obama campaign it confirmed his name as the other documents already showed it. Still, we took an extra step: We e-mailed it to the Hawaii Department of Health, which maintains such records, to ask if it was real.
    “It’s a valid Hawaii state birth certificate,” spokesman Janice Okubo told us.

    When the official documents were questioned, we went looking for more answers. We circled back to the Department of Health, had a newsroom colleague bring in her own Hawaii birth certificate to see if it looks the same (it’s identical). But every answer triggered more questions.

    And soon enough, after going to every length possible to confirm the birth certificate’s authenticity, you start asking, what is reasonable here?

    Because if this document is forged, then they all are.

    If this document is forged, a U.S. senator and his presidential campaign have perpetrated a vast, long-term fraud. They have done it with conspiring officials at the Hawaii Department of Health, the Cook County (Ill.) Bureau of Vital Statistics, the Illinois Secretary of State’s office, the Attorney Registration & Disciplinary Commission of the Supreme Court of Illinois and many other government agencies.

    What this whole thing is, in other words, is a vast right-wing conspiracy theory. I thought most people here didn't support conspiracy theories. I guess that's only true if the conspiracy doesn't meet their libelous objectives.
    #3 JustChristian, Oct 20, 2008
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