Posted by: Ann Corcoran | April 24, 2012

So funny! ‘Dreams from my Father’ included in list of books authored by Bill Ayers

Almost on the same level as Obama’s fishy birth certificate is his fishy authorship of his fishy life story.

Here is Thomas Lifson writing at American Thinker yesterday:

Google, which sits atop more data than anybody outside the NSA, is presenting Bill Ayers as the author of Barack Obama’s purported first autobiography, Dreams from My Father. Follow this link and see it while you can. If it is gone by the time you read this, a screen shot of the page, and a close-up on the Dreams entry are provided for posterity.

Google knows so much about us already that privacy activists are alarmed. What data are its algorithms sifting through to come to the conclusion that yes, the stylistic parallels to Ayers’ other books are formidable and Barry never showed any sign of an ability to write this way before or after, and yes, Christopher Anderson’s friendly biography includes the information that Obama found himself deeply in debt and “hopelessly blocked.” At “Michelle’s urging,” Obama “sought advice from his friend and Hyde Park neighbor Bill Ayers.”

So the company that supposedly knows more about us than we know ourselves also knows who wrote Dreams from My Father.

Check it all out here (see links)!

Then if you haven’t done so already, read Obama’s “Dreams…..,” Jack Cashill’s “Deconstructing Obama,” and Christopher Anderson’s “Barack and Michelle.”

I know readers here at PTPR already ask—who is that man living in the White House?  But, seriously, read those books and wonder in amazement that voters elected this guy (whoever he is!).


  1. Electing BHO was an anamoly that was like a “perfect storm.” So many people had come to belief conventional media, and who would think that so many “leaders” and prominant “authorities” would have their eyes dimmed by the glib superficial style of our “great leader.” It came suddenly so thoughtful people didn’t notice — it was like a mass hypnosis, something akin to what the German people must have felt when Herr Hitler came on the scene. Only a few imaged how such a “friendly” guy could turn into a monster. That said, there were some who saw through the veneer – and I felt very alone at the time when Obama was in popular ascendency. Listen to his words, and it’s not hard to see where he is going. He has not deviated from that path. — off the cliff, pedel to the metal.

    Fortunately, now, finally more people see the threat and danger. Let’s hope that this nightmare will soon be passed.

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