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The World in Which That Coburn Analogy Would Work is Far, Far Away

How far?
But the main reason people might be troubled by Obama's friendship with Ayers is not because Ayers has radical political views, but because he's an unrepentant ex-terrorist. The analogy would hold water only if Coburn had been involved in bombing abortion clinics, escaped prosecution, and now publicly says, "I don't regret setting bombs. I feel we didn't do enough."
If Obama and Coburn were friends before, they might not be after last night.

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