"Clearly (Jones) wasn't vetted. All (the White House) had to do was go and ask a couple of questions in San Francisco about this individual."
--Kimberly Guilfoyle, San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom's ex-wife and a Fox News commentator, on the White House's 9/11 Truther - who has the full support of San Francisco's Mayor - fitting, perfectly, with the portrait I've been painting of the "lunatic mainstream", and the environment they dwell in, which is covered by The San Francisco Chronicle.
Now why in the world would a black guy, who's leading a wacky political cult, thoroughly vet a black guy from San Francisco talking crazy talk? That makes no sense at all. How long is it going to take, for those who are sane amongst you, to understand how crazy people think? From top to bottom, these people have "atrocious judgment" because that's what they value - it's seen as an asset - so the idea they'd think something was amiss because someone was nuts is insane (or something like that.) "Crazy" is their default position. It's sanity itself that's suspect to this crowd. Got that?
I have to shake my head as I read my buds, Little Green Footballs' Charles Johnson, questioning the scruples of Glen Beck as Beck digs into these guys. I've never been a big Beck fan, but I know what he's doing and I approve:
CJ makes fun of all this "sekrit communist propaganda" by saying "Glenn Beck Does the Rockefeller Boogie", but it's not so funny once you discover the brilliance of Van Jones - the man who's been openly working to create "a multiracial socialist utopia" - earned him a Rockefeller grant. Call me a stupid peasant, but the only questions I have for CJ are:
"Is Beck right or wrong about the symbolism in Rockefeller Center?"
"What were Rockefeller's political sympathies?"
Put aside all your John Birch Society criticisms, or your fears about a McCarthyite "witch hunt" mentality running wild (sorry, Buds, but, when these guys have the White House, I think it's long past time for it) or, especially, your continual jokes about Beck's pouty face, and just cut to the chase. I'm "just a guy" out here and Beck's been found to be correct about Jones - and, to your applause, lost a lot of advertisers for his efforts - but is he (and, yea, the rest of us who are digging below the surface these people are projecting) right?
As the saying goes, "inquiring minds want to know,..."