Wednesday, October 29, 2008

A Question for Senator Obama: Did Bill Ayers Ghostwrite Your Memoir "Dreams from My Father"?

"The evidence overwhelms the dispassionate observer that semi-retired terrorist Bill Ayers played a major role in the writing of Barack Obama’s memoir, Dreams From My Father."--Jack Cashill

Senator Obama told us that the terrorist Bill Ayers is just some English professor who lives in his neighborhood.

Actually, Bill Ayers is a Professor of Education. Senator Obama knows that because he wrote a glowing review of Bill Ayers' book, A Kind and Just Parent: The Children of Juvenile Court, in the Chicago Tribune (12-21-97). The terrorist professor Bill Ayers even mentioned Senator Obama on page 82 of this book as a "writer" who lives in his neighborhood.

A writer named Dr. Jack Cashill believes that Senator Obama may not be much of a writer after all, and that the Weather Underground terrorist Bill Ayers ghostwrote Senator Obama's memoir Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance (1995).

Here are Dr. Cashill's most recent articles. I have also written about and catalogued Dr. Cashill's articles about Dreams from My Father in a previous article.

UPDATE: See Dr. Cashill's article "Science Points to Ayers Authorship of Obama's Dreams" (10-29-08), a summary of his evidence called "Who wrote Dreams From My Father?" (10-29-08), and a World Net Daily article about Dr. Cashill's research titled "Experts Affirm: Ayers Wrote Obama's Memoir" (10-29-08).

See also an article titled "Fiction Fixer Evaluation of Dreams From My Father by Barack Obama and Fugitive Days by William Ayers" (10-27-08). Fiction Fixer is a computer program that can be used to compare literary works to settle questions of authorship. I am still trying to understand this article, but it seems that in the category called "attributions" Senator Obama's book Dreams from My Father resembles Bill Ayers' Fugitive Days more than it resembles Senator Obama's own later book The Audacity of Hope.

In an article titled "Barack Obama: Bill Ayers’ Alter Ego," Cashill writes:

The evidence overwhelms the dispassionate observer that semi-retired terrorist Bill Ayers played a major role in the writing of Barack Obama’s memoir, Dreams From My Father.

For those unpersuaded by authorship studies, timelines, parallel themes, matching metaphors, Ayers’ role as neighborhood editor, or Obama’s overnight transformation from struggling hack to literary superstar, allow me to introduce another variable: Obama’s conspicuous channeling of the thoughts and experiences of Bill Ayers into his own presumed autobiography....[full text]

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