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Oh, these are the people in your neighborhood…

By See-Dubya  •  October 19, 2008 12:01 AM

Ex-guest blogger See-dubya here:

Hey, I’m a retired blogger now, and the best thing about retirement is that, rather than keeping up with the news, I get the chance to just settle back and read books now and then.

Books like, oh, say, “A Kind And Just Parent“, by William Ayers.

Pages 81-82 caught my eye:

Kind of cheeky of him to throw that in there, since Ayers’ neighbor, “writer Barack Obama” also blurbed and reviewed this same book. But that’s just what neighbors do for each other!

Credit: Zombie (Added by MM)

Oh, these are the people in your neighborhood,
In your neighborhood,
In your neigh-bor-hood,
Yes, these are the people in your neighborhood,
They’re the people that you meet,
When you’re walking down the street,
They’re the people that you meet…each…day!

PS Farrakhan was Ayers (and Obama’s) neighbor as well? Did he offer a “cheery wave to the Fruit” too?

{Post by See-Dubya}

This post was written on my own time, on my own computer, and the opinions are my own.

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