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Posted: September 5, 2009 by datechguy in opinion/news
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What a difference a Drudge link makes

Yesterday Van Jones was the invisible man to the New York Times, the Washington Post, NBC Nightly News, ABC World News and the CBS Evening News

Today after one Drudge link the Washington post

White House officials offered tepid support Friday for Van Jones, the administration’s embattled energy efficiency guru, who has issued two public apologies this week, one for signing a petition that questioned whether Bush administration officials “may indeed have deliberately allowed 9/11 to happen, perhaps as a pretext for war.

and the CBS Evening News discovered the story.

The New York Times NBC Nightly News, ABC World News still can’t place the name.

Van Jones? Van Jones? Didn’t he play base guitar for the 60’s band Ian and the Chestertons?

No wonder people don’t worry about the Media’s opinion of them.

  1. sonnyrice says:

    Any person either elected or appointed should be of American values first. I have read and heard this fanatic Van Jones make statements that should have the Government WATCHING him not Hiring him. I enlisted in the service during the Viet Nam War and came home to voices of hate for our doing our duty to America. Today my elected President hires people with un-American values. I should have died back then so as to not have to watch my country change. Double standards have replaced moral leadership. I listened and applauded as our great nation showed the world that in America all are equal. The truth is Americans should be seen, taxed and remain silent. I must have fallen asleep for many years and missed the battle for America. Please be kind enough to let me know the where an when of the battle fought in SILENCE that America lost. Also if there are any survivors please send help to get me back to the America I was born in, I would hate to die on this now foreign soil.

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