Skip to comments.Van Jones as resigned according to FNC
Posted on 09/05/2009 10:27:10 PM PDT by TheStickman
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama's adviser Van Jones has resigned amid controversy over past inflammatory statements, the White House said early Sunday.
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But no mention of his communist background. Why are they all mum on this?
That loser wacko is gone. Who’s next?
I just read tonight that there are 44 Czars. Now, there’s only 43 left to go, plus the President.
With the country still reeling from a severe recession, US President Barack Obama, seen here in August 2009, unveiled new incentives to encourage individual savings to secure the future of the country's retirees. (AFP/File/Mandel Ngan)
Too bad. He was a great distraction that could have kept the focus on him instead of Obamacare which could have made it harder to get it through
Hey lefties, suck on that you beyoatches!
FNC is all over this one - 2 hours later.
Whoa, that worked. Now we gotta just gotta publicize Weatherman Ayer’s history. Get on it!
Tie Cass Sunstein to Obamacare. That dude is a freakshow.
Obamacare is the current ruse to get you to avoid noticing 'Monsanto Food for All'care. Read up. Crisis du jour and all...
There are so many nutjobs in this administration, it’s tough to keep count.
Wow. That resignation statement is angry, no graciousness or class at all.
This was definately a forced resignation.
Jones is a dangerous guy. Look for more trouble from him.
I think we still have around 300 czars to go. ; )
Come on. Obama could not get these radical kooks through Senate hearings and that is why he made them Csars. Let’s give another commies a citizens’ hearing!
How about the one who wants to give animals lawyers and run the meat industry out of business. Or we could do the eugenics killer doctors.
Bypassing the authority of Congress, Barack Obama rules through czars — the beginnings of dictatorship:
1.Herbert Allison Jr., bailout czar, [replaced Bush bailout czar Neel Kashkari, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Financial Stability confirmed by Senate]
2.Alan Bersin, border czar
3.Dennis Blair, intelligence czar [Director of National Intelligence, a Senate confirmed position]
4.John Brennan, counterterrorism czar
5.Carol Browner, energy czar
6.Adolfo Carrion, urban affairs czar
7.Ashton Carter, weapons czar [actually Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics and so subject to Senate confirmation]
8.Aneesh Chopra, technology czar
9.Jeffrey Crowley, [openly gay white man] AIDS czar
10.Cameron Davis, Great Lakes czar
11.Nancy-Ann DeParle, health czar
12.Earl Devaney, stimulus oversight czar
13.Joshua DuBois, religion czar, aka God czar
14.Arne Duncan, education czar
15.Kenneth Feinberg, pay czar
16.Daniel Fried, Guantanamo closure czar
17.J. Scott Gration, Sudan czar
18.Melissa Hathaway, [soon to be] cybersecurity czar
19.David J. Hayes, water czar [a Deputy Interior Secretary and therefore subject to Senate oversight]
20.Richard Holbrooke, Afghanistan-Pakistan (Af-Pak) czar
21.John Holdren, science czar
22.Kevin Jennings, safe schools czar [nominated to be Assistant Deputy Secretary of Education, Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools, a newly created post; openly gay founder of an organization dedicated to promoting pro-homosexual clubs and curricula in public schools]
23.Van Jones, green jobs czar
24.Gil Kerlikowske, drug czar
25.Ron Kirk, trade czar
26.Vivek Kundra, infotech czar [Shoplifted four shirts, worth $33.50 each, from J.C. Penney in 1996 (source)]
27.Douglas Lute, war czar [retained from Bush administration, married to Jane Holl Lute, currently a Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security]
28.George Mitchell, Mideast peace czar
29.Ed Montgomery, car czar [replacing Steve Rattner, who stepped down amid controversy over his former firm’s role in a possible kickback scandal]
30.Lynn Rosenthal, domestic violence czar
31.Dennis Ross, Mideast policy czar
32.Gary Samore, weapons of mass destruction czar
33.Todd Stern, climate change czar
34.Cass Sunstein, regulatory czar
35.Larry Summers, economic czar
36.Michael Taylor, food czar
37.Arturo Valenzuela, Latin-American czar (nominee) [although this post is referred to as a czar, he is nominatied to be Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs and so is subject to Senate confirmation]
38.Paul Volcker, economic czar number two
39.Elizabeth Warren, TARP czar [chair of the [Congressional Oversight Panel for the Trouble Assets Relief Program; note that Herb Allison is more frequently called the TARP czar]
40.Jeffrey Zients, government performance czar [replaced original nominee Nancy Killefer who withdrew her name after issues with her personal income tax filings surfaced]
Positions established but not yet filled...
41.behavioral science czar
Positions being planned: 1.income redistribution czar
3.consumer financial protection czar, aka mortgage czar (source)
4.radio-internet fairness czar
5.student loan czar, to oversee a program of mandatory service in return for college money (source)
6.voter list czar
But is he gone?
You are so right - an angry communist is a dangerous thing.
He is so personally close to the Resident, I expect Jonesy will show up in some other more discreet and powerful spot.
Just went over to dailykos to take a big swig of gloat-a-hol. Love posts like: “Beck and Fox win again... I wonder who they’ll target next, since this foray has been so successful.” Stop wondering dailykooks.
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