The emergence of a previously unseen writing sample proves all but conclusively that Barack Obama did not in any meaningful way write Dreams From My Father, the book that Time Magazine has called “the best-written memoir ever produced by an American politician.”
The emergence of a second writing sample, this one by a legitimate author, provides convincing evidence as to who did.
So who does Jack Cashill say wrote Obama's book? None other than William Ayers, the unrepentant terrorist who bombed the Pentagon and the Capital. William Ayers was quoted on September 11, 2001 saying he regretted he "didn't do enough," in reference to his terrorist activities in the lat 60's and 70's. William Ayers has made headlines recently because he helped launch Barack Obama's policital career in his living room.
Cashill sites this essay from After Alinksy, written by Barack Obama five years before Dreams of My Father, as evidence Obama lacked the literary skills displayed in the book.
He goes on to explain that Rashid Khalidi, a radical Arab-American and friend of Barack Obama, thanked Bill Ayers for assisting him in writing in his own book. "Bill was particularly generous in letting me use his family’s dining room table to do some writing for the project."
Cashill surmises that Obama took his poorly constructed manuscript to Bill Ayer's dining room table, where he received help from Ayers to turn it into the book that now sits on store shelves.
Cashill does not rely on these connections alone. He presents a pretty meticulous analysis of writing examples from the book and from Bill Ayers to lend credibility to his conclusion that Obama did not write Dreams of My Father, William Ayers did.