Wednesday, February 18, 2009

The Truth Behind The Guy Who Introduced Obama In Denver; Does "Green" Company Use A Socialist Business Model?

Namaste \’nah-mah-stay\:[Sanskrit] Greeting of great respect, celebrating the interdependence of all living things

Communism \kom-yuh-niz-uhm\ a theory or system of social organization based on the holding of all property in common, actual ownership being ascribed to the community as a whole or to the state.

(AP Photo) President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden tour the roof of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science with Blake Jones, president of a Colorado solar company, ahead of signing an economic stimulus package loaded with clean-energy incentives.

Did anyone find it curious that the "invite only" guest list at President Obama's signing ceremony for the CRAPulus Generational Theft Act was limited to 250 "green" technology gurus?

Blake Jones, the CEO of Namaste Solar Electric, introduced The President at the signing ceremony.

Obama chose the perfect face for his "signing the stimulus" party: a blonde, clean-cut young yuppie fellow who owns a small business. A small hippie business.

But why this man and this company? Namaste's official web site says this:

How was Namasté Solar chosen for this event?
Based on comments from White House staff, the general reason we were chosen was because of our excellent reputation and company story. Namasté Solar is well-known in Colorado for extensive involvement in the Colorado policy arena, educational outreach, philanthropic activities (via our Solar Grant Program), and high profile solar projects in Colorado.

President Obama has been open about his desire and committment to foster so-called "green jobs". So it's logical that he would choose a young, CEO from an upstart "green" company as his posterboy for the ceremony.

But that is not what is interesting about Namasté. The company structure is oddly, well, socialist, perhaps even communist.

Outsiders were baffled by some of these company plans:

• Environmental concerns would be a driving force in every aspect of the company.

• Six weeks of paid time off.

• A concept called FOH -- frank, open and honest -- to help eliminate gossip and grudges.

• Employees, no matter what their job description, have the same pay scale.

• One percent of yearly revenues goes to solar systems donated to community

• All major decisions would be made by consensus of all company employees

Hmmm....sounds a lot like SOCIALISM!

In addition, the company has already received A LOT of government money to keep it running.

Michelle Malkin points out many of these so-called "green" companies have failed to turn a profit and have been relying on government. So throwing MORE money at them is supposed to fix the problem?

Just like the Auto Bailouts, much of the CRAPulus is simply delaying the inevitable. "Green" jobs will not work.

These crazy environmental greenies should take a lesson from nature.

Let the fires burn and the forest will rise up stronger and better.

Let the bad companies die, and capitalism will be stronger and better.

(Hat Tip: The Glenn Beck Show)

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