Well, that's how I choose to read it anyway. The former stoned radical activist mad bomber Ayers writes today (emphasis mine):
The dishonesty of the narrative about Obama during the campaign went a step further with its assumption that if you can place two people in the same room at the same time, or if you can show that they held a conversation, shared a cup of coffee, took the bus downtown together or had any of a thousand other associations, then you have demonstrated that they share ideas, policies, outlook, influences and, especially, responsibility for each other's behavior. There is a long and sad history of guilt by association in our political culture, and at crucial times we've been unable to rise above it.
If you're an observer of some local lefty bloggers, you'd know that there are no times at which they rise above it.
We can only conclude that even a narcissistic and sociopathic radical zealot is morally and intellectually superior to Bodell, Bremmer and the others.