He's openly admitted that this whole "green jobs" thing is a sham, a ruse, a trojan horse to get to his real goal - and the goal of the man who picked him - the transformation of America from a a free market system to a total government run society, i.e., something very much like what we used to see in Eastern Europe.
Jones and Obama with him are watermelons. Green on the outside. Red on the inside.
We're all getting sick of their edited, re-edited and regurgitated news...
The mainstream press has become merely another arm of the Democratic party. As "journalists" they are derelict.
this man can be elevated to a position in the White House where he oversees a $30 billion budget, and no one in the media or Washington thinks it's, well, strange. How did the media and the FBI let this get so far? How could a guy that wouldn't or shouldn't even get a security pass to be in the White House get a job there? I think Eric Holder has some explaining to do about security issues.
the Internet is now our samizdat.
He also accused Clinton of going to war to cover up his Lewinsky scandal.
``This is using dead Third World bodies to cover up his own unzipped pants,'' declared Van Jones, director of Bay Area PoliceWatch, an organization that until now has focused on alleged misconduct by law enforcement officers.
Don't forget that Putin, of all leaders, cautioned Obama not to go down the socialist road to hell during the Davos meeting, given the experience the Russian and their satellite peoples had to suffer.
Mr. Jones is right. Republicans are a--holes. (:Þ)
The story was the victimization of Jones instead of his being held responsible for his actions and statements (on record).
But, then again, victims and aggressors are a common theme among liberals. Seems most situations are seen through this prism.
The sad part is that Obama has depicted health care through this prism, pitting the uninsured against the evil insurers.
It's the same old tune every time. The bias of the opinion shaper columns started bleeding into the reporting.
But the Internet is just aces over kings now. Their news monopoly, as Byron York says, is broken. Can't play the old games anymore.