Sunday, September 6, 2009

'Green' Black Nationalist Communist cut loose

Is this what New York Daily News columnist Michael Goodwin meant when he said that "If he's (Hussein O.) the man we thought he was, he'll now choose to make peace, before the country concludes he's the mistake."?

Oh wait!, Goodwin was speaking of Hussein's (you know, the man who's so far turned out to be the polar opposite of the the man we all thought he was) nationalized health care scheme, that's right. What we're talking about here is the 'resignation' of one radical Black Communist 'Czar' that he (Hussein O.) appointed to a high level position under the USSA.

The full WND article is posted below the fold.

'Green Jobs Czar' Van Jones resigns
WND's 5-month series of exposés leads to White House's 1st casualty
Posted: September 06, 2009
1:18 am Eastern

© 2009 WorldNetDaily

Van Jones

WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama's "Green Jobs Czar" Van Jones quit late last night after pressure mounted over his extremist history first exposed in WND.

The last straw for Jones was being caught on tape in an expletive-packed rant, directly attacking Republicans in the Senate who he said abused their majority position in the past to push legislation through. He admitted after the statements were released that the comments were "inappropriate" and "offensive."

"They do not reflect the experience I have had since joining the administration," Jones said in the statement.

Jones was also linked late last week to efforts suggesting a government role in the Sept. 11 terror attacks and to derogatory comments about Republicans.

When the White House press corps grilled White House press secretary Robert Gibbs about Jones on Friday, a reporter asked how the administration could reject "conspiracy theories" about his birth certificate while employing someone who previously charged the U.S. government with masterminding Sept. 11.

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Gibbs said only that Jones "continues to work in the administration," a non-ringing endorsement that set the stage for his ouster. Jones' name appeared on a petition calling for congressional hearings and other investigations into whether high-level government officials had orchestrated the 9/11attacks.

Jones flatly said in his statement that he did not agree with the petition's stand and that "it certainly does not reflect my views, now or ever."

As for his other comments he made before joining Obama's team, Jones said: "If I have offended anyone with statements I made in the past, I apologize."

In April, Aaron Klein, Jerusalem bureau chief for, broke the first major story on Jones who was identified as a self-described radical communist and "rowdy black nationalist" who said his environmental activism was actually a means to fight for racial and class "justice."