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Posted at 12:15 PM ET, 01/21/2011

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By Ezra Klein

Van Jones explains the inequality -- and the injustice -- in...plastic?

By Ezra Klein  | January 21, 2011; 12:15 PM ET
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Isn't this the yo that smoked crack with Obama in the West Wing and had to leave the administration? Sincerely, Fox News

Posted by: cdosquared5 | January 21, 2011 1:08 PM | Report abuse

--*Van Jones explains the inequality -- and the injustice -- in...plastic?*--

Are you calling Van Jones a whacko, Klein?

If so, you're finally right about something.

Posted by: msoja | January 21, 2011 1:48 PM | Report abuse

msoja is right about nothing

Posted by: rjewett | January 21, 2011 2:28 PM | Report abuse

Hmmm, a very interesting take. The problem is that his argument is moral and not economic. As a college professor in a humaities course, it would make sense. Of course as we know the poor always are impacted differently by everything, that's why those driven few get the hell out of being poor!

Posted by: johnmarshall5446 | January 21, 2011 2:34 PM | Report abuse

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