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Proof of Obama "paling around" with '60s radicals

Proof of Obama "paling around" with '60s radicals

Think about it for a minute. Bob Dylan writes a song in the '60s called "Subterranean Homesick Blues" that features the line, "You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows." That inspires a radical bombmaking group called the Weathermen and later the Weather Underground, which included Chicago's William Ayers. More than four decades later, Obama gets himself elected president so he can reward Dylan with a medal.

All proof that Obama really was born in Kenya.

Oops, sorry -- I was having a Tea Party moment there. More seriously, I wonder where Dylan and Obama ranks with these other great White House moments:

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