Skip to comments.'We Are Ohio’ Enlists Admitted Communist Van Jones as Spokeperson in Issue 2 Battle
Posted on 11/02/2011 11:20:37 AM PDT by opentalk
Over the past few weeks, we have brought your attention to how the unions behind the front group We Are Ohio are intertwined with the radical socialist/communist movement in America. First, we laid out for you who funds the vast majority of We Are Ohios campaign and how they have expressed not only support but provided coordination and accommodations for the Occupy movement, which is organized almost entirely by socialists who want to overthrow the American economy.
Then, we showed you that their Statewide Youth Outreach Coordinator is deeply involved in the Occupy protests around Ohio and openly decribes himself as a revolutionary whose goal is to implement communism in America. Now, We Are Ohio is hosting an official event with another radical self-admitted communist, Van Jones.
The American Dream Movement is flexing its muscle in Ohio. Im coming to Columbus to be a part of it. This Thursday, November 3, were gonna Rock the Repeal of Senate Bill 5 and restore the voice of hard-working, middle-class Ohioans in their workplaces by voting No on Issue 2.
(Excerpt) Read more at biggovernment.com ...
Ballot Issue 2 is about whether to keep Senate Bill 5 (SB5), a law the states legislature passed earlier this year, on the books. The law:
Requires public-sector employees to contribute 10 percent of their salaries towards their pensions, and to pay 15 percent of their health-care costs.
Outlaws public employee strikes while banning binding arbitration.
Gives cities, counties, and school districts badly needed flexibility to control their costs. Institutes merit pay for teachers, and potentially protects excellent but less experienced teachers from seniority-based layoffs.
A yes vote means that SB5 stays; a no vote repeals it
At this stage of the game, Van Jones can’t do any more damage than Kasich has already done.
According to his official bio, Van Jones was born and raised in Jackson, Tennessee, and has spent other segments of his life in Louisiana, San Francisco, and Washington, DC.
So he is Ohio WHY exactly?
Glenn Beck said Van Jones was the go to person.
Dang...anybody know how to get this to Beck?
OH for the good old days
“Can not someone rid us of this meddlesome priest”
Kasich is a far better governor than Strickland ever was, no matter what your union boss told you to say about him.