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Van Jones Considered For Green Party Nomination

 

Fresh off getting kicked to the curb on the sly, Van Jones, may be getting a new position. Obama’s former Green job’s advisor found himself under a barrage of political attacks after a video leaked of him stating the obvious and saying Republicans are “assholes” and Bush is a “crack head.”

Following the leaks, he found himself silenced saying what millions of people were thinking, and had to formally “resign.”  Now he’s getting his past due and will reportedly be the Green Party’s candidate for President in the 2012 election. The Green Party is sticking up for the brother and denouncing the Republican party for attacking Black politicians saying,

“The targets tend to be Black – consistent with Republican fury over the election of Barack Obama to the White House.”

As t the Green Party is jumping to the aid of this brother, and tightening him up to lead their party, Green Party co-chair, Mike Feinstein sang praises to the advocate for environmentally friendly jobs, saying:

“Like the Greens, Van Jones sees green jobs and a healthy environment as interconnected pillars of a sustainable and just economy.  We encourage Van to bring that agenda into the electoral arena as a Green Party member, leader and possible future candidate, either nationally, statewide in California, or locally in Oakland, his home.”

If Jones does get the nomination he can shut the mouths of people like everyone’s favorite racist Fox News commentator, Glen Beck. Beck spearheaded the smear campaign against Jones digging up the old videos and also Jones’ signature on a petition asking for further investigation of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The petition reportedly questioned the government’s role in the event, again another opinion reflective of many people’s sentiments. Good for Jones, the brother deserves a break for all the political hell he went through for practicing free speech.

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