Skip to comments.Van Jones Believes Heat Impacts Blacks the Most
Posted on 07/08/2012 12:29:50 PM PDT by rightjb
As I’ve written before, I’ve actually shared the dais with Mr. Van Jones and have been keeping up with him ever since. Glenn Beck did his best work in discovering that Van Jones has been in leadership of key radical Leninist organizations including the Ella Baker Center, which sent an appeal to allocate 10% of the new global warming tax (cap and trade) for Van Jones slush fund. The “SNAP” line is here:
African Americans in Los Angeles are nearly twice as likely to die from a heat wave than other Los Angeles residents.
HUH? I’m sure the predominantly black populations of equator will be stunned to the hear that. It’s proof these people will use RACE to justify ANY public theft and extortion.
If Californians were idiotic enough to think grabbing more money from taxpayers and businesses would magically change the atmosphere, perhaps they deserve this. While the scientific debate is still quite undecided whether the entire Earth is warming or cooling. (It doesn’t matter as the global warming religionists say either one is proof of global warming.) But just to recap that status of all the “signs” that would undergird the man-made global warming argument:
Read the rest at Van Jones’ California Cap and Trade Communism
(Excerpt) Read more at politijim.com ...
You've got liberal logic (is that a contradiction in terms?) down pat - you qualify to write for the New York Times...
Probably depends how you grew up. I know a black guy here in Phoenix who wants to strangle his wife (also black) cause she keeps the house thermostat at 85 in the summer and is perfectly comfortable while he swelters.
hhhmmmmmmmm I have always wondered about this. I know if I wear black clothes on a sunny day that I am hotter than if I wear light colored clothing. I had a car with black leather seats and it was too hot to get into sometimes. I know mosquitoes are attracted to black clothes more than white ones.
Commercial nurseries seem to favor the color black for their plant pots. It sure does draw the sun’s heat.
I was imitating Van Jones’ logic, sarcastically.
While the scientific debate is still quite undecided whether the entire Earth is warming or cooling. (It doesn't matter as the global warming religionists say either one is proof of global warming.)
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