Friday, June 22, 2012

Obama former Harvard Professor says President must not be Re-elected

"President Obama must be defeated in the coming election. He has failed to advance the progressive cause in the United States” —Roberto Mangabeira Unger
He’s not a Right-wing Conservative. He is a Left-wing Academic Progressive who taught the president at Harvard. He is Brazilian scholar and politician, Roberto Mangabeira Unger and he accuses the president of abandoning America's workers while pushing a policy of "food stamps."

Hey wait a moment didn’t the left-wing media want Newt Gingrich’s head when Gingrich remarked that Soetoro is the “Food Stamp” president?

Do you remember that “Blackberry” that the president carries? The one, which he was supposed to give up because all presidents’ communication is supposed to be monitored. Did you know Soetoro is the first president what was allowed free and unfettered communication because he demanded that he be allow to keep his own personal Blackberry without government monitoring. Well according to David Remnick, Professor Unger communicated with the president on that Blackberry during the 2008 election yet he kept his distance because he feared that his far-left leaning would be conferred on the presidential candidate. It should have been. Yet the president isn’t hard left enough for professor Unger’s taste so the professor is calling for the president’s defeat. (see article) (see 6:01min video)

According to David Remnick's book "The Bridge: The Life and Rise of Barack Obama." Unger continued to correspond with Obama via BlackBerry going into the presidential campaign, Remnick reported, though Unger said he never became Obama's "friend" and kept his distance from the then-candidate out of concern that Unger's own "leftist" leanings might do "harm" to Obama. –

Soetoro has not fulfilled the progressive agenda to the radical left’s satisfaction he needs a second term to complete what Russian president Putin wants and the radical left wing wants. If you thought that Soetoro attacks on the family and the constitution are radical, you haven’t seen anything yet if Soetoro is reelected.

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