Sep 06 2009

Truthers Need Not Apply at White House

Published by at 11:50 am under conspiracy theory,politics,USA

Don’t let the door hit your ass on the way out, jackass.

To put the case of Van Jones in context for Canadian readers, just imagine a Liberal party official suggesting that Prime Minister Stephen Harper was fully aware of the Toronto 18 plot and hoped it would go through (despite the part of the plot involving Steve-O’s beheading) in order to further Canadian military involvement overseas.

With all due respect, Red Tory, this idiot required no demonization. You don’t have to be right-wing to recognize that Mr. Jones made his own bed and now he’s got to sleep in it.

Stupid, stupid. A cautionary tale for HR hiring managers everywhere: Google is your friend.
Not a big fan of Fox News, but this clip states the case against Van Jones

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  1. Patrick Rosson 07 Sep 2009 at 12:39 am

    Jones is, to me, simply another example of an individual using the global warming (or is it climate change? I keep getting the two mixed up) for other political ends.

    George Monbiot loves Kyoto because it may help him establish the global parliament he so dearly wants.

    Ken Boschoff was ever so eager to use the Green Shift to redistribute wealth from oil producing provinces to the rest of the country.

    Van Jones wrapped up his environmentalism in all kinds of hard socialist rhetoric.

    A lot of these people seem to have scary ulterior motives.

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