Fox News Channel, New York NY: A soon to be broadcast interview with Bill Ayers on the O'Reilly Factor, pegs Senator Barack Obama as a closet conservative. This new broadcast follows up on the earlier O'Reilly interview with Senator Obama. A few of Mr. Ayers' remarks are to be published in Monday's New York Times.
"Barack Obama reads the National Review in bed under a blanket with a flashlight, while Michelle sleeps."
"Barack Obama's true political feelings are more in tune with former Lt. Governor Michel Steele (R) of Maryland than with Senator Ted Kennedy (D) of Massachusetts."
"Barack Obama voted in favor of irrelevant liberal issues and avoided having to vote on any substantial issues, by being absent from the US Senate for these latter important votes."
"Barack Obama considers the Reverends Al and Jessie's antics equivalent to that old time radio show Amos and Andy."
"Barack Obama in 1998 sent money to a conservative Illinois Republican senatorial candidate Peter Fitzgerald (R) running for the US Senate, via an anonymous PO box. Mr. Fitzgerald defeated the incumbent Carol Moseley Braun (D), who President Bill Clinton later exiled to New Zealand as the US Ambassador."
"Barack Obama paid his dues to liberal Chicago politics by supporting left wing causes and serving as a community organizer. He knew these efforts would fail to achieve any tangible results, but participated in order to get elected to the Illinois State Senate."
"Barack Obama listened to Reverend Wright's sermons for over 20 years while reading essays by William Buckley or the Federalist papers, tucked inside his prayer book. (A trick he learned at Columbia University to read Playboy Magazine during classes.)"
"Barack Obama while studying at Harvard Law School attended the Young Republicans Club, incognito, cleverly disguised as a waiter."
"Barack Obama's beef is not with President Bush, but with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice who refused to go out with him way before he met Michelle."
Mr. Ayers ended the interview by saying "look out for Senator Obama to liberally make some really big conservative changes, if he is elected president."