How Long Before Dzhokhar Starts Palling Around with Obama?

With his capture Friday evening in Boston, terrorist bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev would seem to have abandoned all hope of ever amounting to anything useful. He may, however, be selling his adopted country short. In America, at least in certain quarters thereof, our fellow citizens have a history of rehabilitating terrorists and restoring them to places of honor.

President Barack Obama knows something about this. It was no more than fifteen years after Bill Ayers walked away -- "Guilty as hell. Free as a bird." -- from his 1970's career as an underground bomber that he became Obama's mentor, political adviser, and literary ghost. Ayers went on to become a distinguished professor of education at the University of Illinois and a much-sought after speaker at educational conferences around the country. Chin up, Dzhokhar!

During the 2008 election cycle, of course, the media did not want to know about any of this. >>>

One wonders how Obama responded to after-dinner stories chez Ayers that ended with the punch line "Kaboom"? Did he too imagine their actions as heroic? And if so, why would he think of the actions of Tamerlan and Dzhokar any differently?


Much more to the article. A good read.

Considering that Barrys pal Bill Ayers believes that as many as 25 million people in this country need to be eliminated, Dzhokhar might have quite a future here ... the possibilities are unlimited. Perhaps in Homeland Security?