I was reading this quote made by Tucker Bounds, a McCain spokesman. I believe he asked a very good question that I would like to explore. How well do you know the people you deal with on a daily basis? You don't introduce yourself then ask, "are you a terrorist? I can't deal with you if you are a terrorist or convicted felon." Ayers served on a board with Obama and his illegal activities were long before Obama met him. Does anyone know if Obama picked him for this board? Did he interview him or was he just another board member? Shouldn't the question be about their relationship after Obama learned of their previous activities? Here what made me think this way, I have a member who caught his wife and lover together and killed them both. He basically got off with temporary insanity coupled with a history of bi-polar/schizophrenia. He did these crimes 20 or 30 years ago while he lived in Arkansas. The guy is at the Church every time the doors open and has been a great asset to me and most of the efforts the Church puts forward. It is obvious he has some mental problems but no one knows about his past but me (I believe). I had told one of the deacons but that deacon has since passed. I only know because he confessed this to me while inquiring if the Lord can forgive him because he is not sorry for what he did. I feel I am right for not saying anything even though someone in the Church might later be associated with a murderer. What are your thoughts?