All the President’s People: Anita Dunn

During the 2008 Presidential campaign Barack Obama told audiences:

'Judge me by the people with whom I surround myself.'

We do!

Obama's White House communications director – Anita Dunn

(resigned on Nov. 12, 2009)

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Highlights of Anita Dunn's career

  • Played a major role in laying the groundwork for Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign
  • Was appointed to serve as President Obama's White House communications director in 2009
  • Delivered a June 2009 speech to high-school students in Maryland, where she cited Mao Tse Tung as one of her "favorite political philosophers", as one of two people she turns to most to basically deliver a simple point, which is, you're going to make choices…

Mao Tse Tung – Leader of the Chinese Communist Party from 1935 until his death in 1976. Arguably the greatest mass murderer in history.

All the President’s People: Van Jones

During the 2008 Presidential campaign Barack Obama told audiences:

'Judge me by the people with whom I surround myself.'


We do!


Van Jones – Green Jobs Czar (resigned on Sept. 6, 2009)

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Highlights of Van Jones' career

  • Became a Communist in the aftermath of the 1992 "Rodney King riots" in Los Angeles
  • Founded the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights in 1996 which, claiming that the American criminal-justice system was infested with racism, sought to promote alternatives to incarceration.
  • In late 1990s he became a leading member of Standing Together to Organize a Revolutionary Movement (STORM) who immediately after 9/11 had denounced the United States for having brought the disaster on itself.
  • In October 2004 he joined a host of others in signing the 9/11 Truth Statement (signature #46), which called for a federal investigation into whether President Bush had been privy to advance knowledge of – or perhaps had colluded in – the destruction of the World Trade Center.
  • Was, with STORM, active in the anti-Iraq War demonstrations organized by International ANSWER, a front group for the Marxist-Leninist Workers World Party.
  • STORM also had ties to the South African Communist Party and it revered Amilcar Cabral, the late Marxist revolutionary leader (of Guinea-Bissau and the Cape Verde Islands) who lauded Lenin as "the greatest champion of the national liberation of the peoples."
  • In 2006 Van Jones would name his own newborn son "Cabral" — in Amilcar Cabral’s honor.
  • In a January 2008 speech, Jones said: "The white polluters and the white environmentalists are essentially steering poison into the people-of-color communities because they don’t have a racial justice framework."
  • Co-founded Color of Change (COC), an organization that views the United States as a profoundly racist country, and whose mission is "to make government more responsive to the concerns of Black Americans and to bring about positive political and social change for everyone."
  • In March 2009, President Barack Obama named Jones to be his so-called "Green Jobs Czar." He has been carefully vetted by Obama's administration.

Learn more about Van Jones.

Although carefully vetted and specifically chosen and appointed, President Obama does not endorse Jones's past statements and actions.

Introducing: The President of the United States of America

43 U.S. Senators (out of 100) – 43% are not Democrats.

177 U.S. House Representatives (currently out of 430) – 41% are not Democrats.

22 U.S. (“Red”) States (out of 50) – 44% did not elect Obama President.

58,343,671 U.S. people (out of 125,225,901) – 46.6% did not vote for Obama.

192 countries (out of 193 in the world) – 99.5% did not elect Obama President.

 

Yet…

 

– He’s delivered 8 times the number of speeches in “blue” states he won than in “red” states in which he was not elected (116 vs. 15).

– He’s visited more foreign countries than he has “red” states in which he was not elected.

– He’s delivered 48 more speeches in foreign countries than in “red” states in which he was not elected.

– His signature domestic legislative achievement – health care – was voted into law with zero bipartisan support (in fact – the only bipartisanship in reference to this bill is the opposition to it: 33 Democrats and 174 Republicans in the House)

Is Barak Obama, then…

The President of the World?

or perhaps

The President of the Democratic States of America?