Van Jones a 'Treasure', Misunderstood - NAACP President

by the Left Coast Rebel

Can you even count the number of times that you catch liberal hypocrisy in this article by the NAACP? Can you imagine if someone applied these standards to anyone other than a liberal, welfare statist, moral relativist, socialist, Obama income redistributist? This is the most absurd of my stack of stuff this morning:

Washington (CNN) -- Van Jones is an American treasure.

He is quite simply one of the few Americans in recent years to have generated powerful new ideas that are creating more jobs here.

Van Jones also may be the most misunderstood man in America.

He resigned from the White House last year after some sought to discredit him for missteps, such as political statements made years ago. However, we can never afford to forget that a defining trait of our country is our collective capacity to practice forgiveness and celebrate redemption. This is a nation built on second chances.

In America, we ultimately judge people on what they are doing today for tomorrow, not for what they did yesterday. When former Alabama Governor George Wallace embraced integration, we forgave him for having championed segregation. When West Virginia Senator Robert Byrd embraced civil rights legislation, we forgave him for having defended racist organizations.


Lest we forget, we are talking about a communist here. A communist radical that never even claimed to have denounced his past or present. A communist under the veil of 'green' and such. Do you ever notice that groups like NAACP grant clemency to the worst among us? Violent rap 'artists', far-left communist types, dictators like Castro, those that wish to dismantle America? Why do they do this?

It's simple. As stated in the CNN piece by NAACP's President, he's a champion of 'social justice'. In his eyes, and his organization's eyes everything is the means to the ends of 'social justice'. And we all know that social justice is just a nice sounding code word for income redistribution and Marxism.

Via Memeorandum

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