Back in 1997, admitted domestic terrorist Bill Ayers released a book called, “A Kind and Just Parent: Children of the Juvenile Court.”

Guess who was quoted in the Chicago Tribune in a blurb praising the book? Barack Obama, who has repeatedly stated that Bill Ayers was just a man in his neighborhood that he barely knew. And yet, Obama feels the need to praise the book of the man he barely knew as, “A searing and timely account of the juvenile court system, and the courageous individuals who rescue hope from despair.”

The book also mentions Obama when it describes Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood:

“Our neighbors include Muhammad Ali, former mayor Eugene Sawyer, poets Gwendolyn Brooks and Elizabeth Alexander, and writer Barack Obama.”

Barack Obama launched his state senate campaign from William Ayers’ house. He served on the Board of Directors of the Chicago Annenberg Challenge with William Ayers. And now we have irrefutable proof that Obama endorsed this domestic terrorist’s book. The connections seem to run deeper than Obama is willing to admit.

How can Obama justify endorsing the book of a man who wishes he bombed more innocent civilians with the Weather Underground back in the Sixties and Seventies?

In 1997, Obama was more than old enough to know who William Ayers was and the extent of the damage the Weather Underground did to America. He should have had the decency and intelligence to distance himself from someone who tried to kill innocent Americans in the name of a radical agenda. Instead, Obama encouraged people to buy Ayers’ book.