Skip to comments.Van Jones: Obama Opponents ‘Hate Everybody In America’
Posted on 03/21/2012 5:34:11 PM PDT by Nachum
Disgraced former Obama green jobs czar Van Jones made an appearance in Hawaii last night in which he ripped on the American fantasy and called for socialistic approaches to wealth redistribution, while castigating Obama opponents as America-haters. In his keynote address, he stated that the American dream was under threat: Not the American dream they talk about on TV. There are two American dreams. One of them I call the American fantasy. You know that one? Everyone is going to be rich. Everybody.
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Obama State of the Union: He got the ball rolling:
"God D*** America, U.S. to Blame for 9/11"
--Rev Dr. Jeremiah Wright, Obama's "Black Liberation"(Communist) pastor for twenty + years
"Americas chickens... are coming home... to ROOST!"
No, Jones, we just hate your permanent "victim" class, along with the atheists, abortion enthusiasts, union pinky rings, condom-throwers, Boy Scout-hating dykes-on-bikes, hand-wringing college professors, Georgetown sluts, Hollywood drunks, and the rest of the humorless, America-hating malcontents, parasites, losers, and goofballs who comprise the Democrat party "base".
That's hardly "everybody in America".
No he is the voice in the phones of his little koolaid drinking army.
Don’t want to make that boy angry, ‘cause he is on a mission and he is being way overpayed for it.
Probably time to pull the plug on his can, so to speak.
For as long as I can remember black on white violence outnumbered white on black by a large margin. Don't believe all the BS the commie, radical left puts out there. Like I said earlier, most of it they don't really believe themselves. They do it to stir up anger and resentment in various communities where they hope they can recruit their "revolutionaries". That is precisely what rev Wright's communist "Black Liberation" is all about.
>because JFK wasn’t doing enough about the violence against the blacks.
See post 30 (re: “Black Liberation”):
Second time I’ve seen African Americans reject the “Kool-aid” at a convenience store. “Tastes funny.”