Do you see the election results as a repudiation of your politics? Our new president-elect won one and a half points more than George W. Bush won in 2004, and he did so, in great respect, by adopting the methods of the Bush campaign and conducting a vast army of persuasion to identify and get out the vote.Ah yes, Karl. The idea to get more people to vote. You came up with that in the early 1500s when you were working as a blacksmith in a small Scottish village. Next, Solomon unravels the terrifying web that connects Barack to Karl:
Have you met Barack Obama? Yes, I know him. He was a member of the Senate while I was at the White House and we shared a mutual friend, Ken Mehlman, his law-school classmate. When Obama came to the White House, we would talk about our mutual friend. Are you going to send him a little note congratulating him? I already have. I sent it to his office. I sent him a handwritten note with funny stamps on the outside. What kind of funny stamps? Stamps.Do not lick the stamps, Barack. That's the least Bill Ayers can do considering what a pain he's been over the last few months.