Self Proclaimed Communist Van Jones stumps for Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand
- 2010/02/12 14:55:13
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Van Jones 1992
Jones, the founder and leader of STORM in a radical group in 1994, the communist
revolutionary organization Standing Together to Organize a
Revolutionary Movement. STORM's Communist manifesto Reclaiming Revolution was removed from the STORM website the day Jones resigned from Obama's Advisory Team (Czardom) after it was revealed that he was also a 9-11 Truther. However it can be found posted in archives here.
Gillibrand was selected to replace Hillary Clinton who left her Senatorial seat to become SOS. Kirsten Gillibrand appears to be the elite of liberal progressive left in the democratic party today and raises the question: Just how far left are you, if you chose to allow a self proclaimed Communist as a speaker for your campaign? I know some folks in NY who may be considered progressive, but have surely drawn the line of a free republic versus a dictatorial leadership for the future of America.
In a potential general election matchup with Rep. Peter King, a Long Island Republican who is contemplating a run, Gillibrand is up 42% to 26%, with 28% undecided, the poll found.
"Kirsten Gillibrand should be very concerned that as an incumbent
Democratic Senator in a state with an overwhelming democratic majority
only 42% of the voters are willing to vote for her," King said. "If I
believe by the summer that there will be enough campaign funding
available, I intend to run for the Senate."
New Economy Subcommittee, Senator Gillibrand is advancing policies that
will help New York take advantage of the alternative energy revolution
- growing green jobs and creating long-term economic opportunities for
decades. " However, as of this date has yet to identify what exactly qualifies as a 'Green Job'.
Gillibrand also advocates an amnesty program, touting her stance as, "Until we can find consensus on a strategy for reform, Senator Gillibrand
says we must treat all immigrants as human beings and respect their civil
rights. That is why she is urging Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano to bring an immediate end to
illegal, warrantless home raids."
Gillibrand waited until other NY representatives chose to speak out against the civilian trial of KSM to be held in New York City, when finally of January 28th she released this statement, “I share the concerns from the Mayor and the businesses community, and I am open to alternative locations,” said Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D., N.Y.) in a statement.
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