by Charles Krauthammer This is from the Mpls StarTribune and starts out by saying:
Until now. Today, on the threshold of the presidency, Obama concedes the odiousness of these associations, which is why he has severed them. But for the years in which he sat in Wright's pews and shared common purpose on boards with Ayers, Obama considered them a legitimate, indeed unremarkable, part of social discourse.
Do you? Obama is a man of first-class intellect and first-class temperament. But his character remains highly suspect. There is a difference between temperament and character.
Read the rest of the article here.
Important to note that Krauthammer is an invalid in a wheelchair who writes for the Washington Post. He has certainly made something of his infirmity. I believe he is also a Jew, but I'm just guessing.