Sunday, February 17, 2013

Admitted communist Van Jones: Making electricity more expensive (to prevent bad weather) results in less expensive electricity! - More Than 35,000 March on Washington for Climate Action
"Twenty years from now on President's Day, people will want to know what the president did in the face of rising sea levels, record droughts and furious storms brought on by climate disruption," said Michael Brune, Executive Director of the Sierra Club.
"This President has the power to achieve the single biggest carbon reduction ever, by holding our biggest carbon polluters - dirty power plants - accountable for what they dump into the air," said Van Jones, NRDC Trustee and President of Rebuild the Dream. "Cleaning up this pollution and using more clean energy will provide jobs to thousands of Americans, save families real money when it comes to electricity bills and, most important, will make a real difference in our health and the health of our children."
Disgraced ‘green jobs czar,’ ‘truther’ and admitted communist to lead extremist ‘American Autumn’ | RedState
Van Jones resigned as President Obama’s so-called “green jobs czar” in 2009...
The Jones resignation was an attempt to stop the damage to Obama from the revelations that Jones signed the “9/11 truther” statement — which alleges government complicity in the 9/11 terror attacks, the fact that Jones was an admitted communist and video of Jones calling Republicans a**holes.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That is a bizarre comment, since "dirty power plants" are primarily in places like China, India, and Africa.

What is the cost of electricity production in the US, something like 2c/kWhr for hydroelectric (dams are being dismantled in California and the Northwest), 4c/kWhr for coal and nuclear (perfectly good coal plants, Mojave, closed, nuclear plants being closed), 10c/kWhr for natural gas, 18c/kWhr for wind (average speed over time), and 35c/kWhr for solar.

Are public schools so bad that Mr. Jones never learned to the greater than sign?