Thursday, August 13, 2009

Environmental Czar/Thug targeting Beck

by Janet Crain
These Chicago thug style politics are giving environmentalism a bad name. By the time these slime balls are out of their appointed non-elected offices, GREEN will be a curse word.

However; I suggest that consumers use a little power play themselves. Advertisers are powerful, but consumers are more so. They can't do a thing without our MONEY. Money is green also, remember that!!!!!

If you have GEICO insurance, , (owned by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway), cancel it and get another brand. Geico has cute commercials, but it is a rip off insurance.

And be sure they know why you are canceling!!!!

Hat Tip: Chickaboomer

Obama's environmental czar started group targeting Beck

Attacks follow Fox News host's reporting
of White House adviser's radical activism

Posted: August 13, 2009
1:03 pm Eastern

By Aaron Klein
© 2009 WorldNetDaily

Van Jones

President Obama's "green jobs czar" is co-founder of an African-American activist organization that has led a campaign prompting major advertisers

to withdraw from Glenn Beck's top-rated Fox News Channel program.

In recent weeks, Beck has done several critical segments about Van Jones, who was appointed as the special adviser for green jobs, enterprise and innovation at the White House Council on Environmental Quality.

Beck's segments were based in part on WND's reporting that Jones was as an admitted radical communist and black nationalist leader.

Now Colors of Change, an activist organization seeking to "strengthen Black America's political voice" has led a furious campaign against Beck culminating in major companies such as Geico and pulling their spots from the Fox News star's daily show. The group also says it has garnered about 75,000 signatories for an online petition against Beck to be sent to advertisers.

Colors of Change says the controversy stems from Beck's recent comment while a guest on another Fox News show that Obama is a "racist" with "a deep-seated hatred for white people."

Bill Shine of Fox News' programming department clarified Beck was expressing "a personal opinion which represented his own views, not those of the Fox News Channel. And as with all commentators in the cable news arena, he is given the freedom to express his opinions."

Inspired by Thomas Paine ... Glenn Beck's 'Common Sense' makes the case against an out-of-control government

Colors of Change did not return a WND request for comment about whether its crusade is tied to Beck's recent reporting about Van Jones' radical connections.


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1 comment:

keyboard.jockey said...

The Progressive/New Left, Play book spelled out.

Return of the Primitive "The Anti Industrialist"