Shorter William Jacobson:It will be a national shame if the press corps fails to devote significant attention to a half-literate blogger's credulous airport encounter with Bill Ayers.Get a grip. We're still waiting to find out what happened to Rodrigo Villalopez, Bill Ferguson, and Curtis "Pookie"...
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Hilzoy doesn't leave much unsaid here.I'm not sure why the Times chose to give editorial space to Ayers, either; the failure of the "palling-around-with-terrorists" narrative proved sufficiently enough that his.
This op-ed lists William Ayers as the author of "Fugitive Days" and "Race Course", but not of "Dreams of My Father"; that can't be right...
If so, let's hope he voted Obama.
I only allude to the point in this column, but what makes people like Ayers and Kissinger similar is that, if your socio-economic status is high enough, it's very difficult.