Former Obama prof: President 'must be defeated' in November ...... Surprised?

Rusty Bubbles 2012/06/18 20:36:26
Not Surprised, but shocked some still believe his BS
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One of President Obama's former Harvard professors is calling for the president's defeat in November, releasing a scathing video in which he accuses the president of abandoning America's workers while pushing a policy of "food stamps."

The video by Brazilian scholar and politician Roberto Unger serves as an indictment of both parties. But in it, Unger says Obama must be defeated in order for the Democratic Party to restore itself "as the vehicle for the progressive alternative in the country."

Obama, he said, has not advanced that cause.

"President Obama must be defeated in the coming election. He has failed to advance the progressive cause in the United States," he said in the eight-minute video, titled "Beyond Obama" and posted to Robert Mangabeira Unger - "Beyond Obama"YouTube.

"He has spent trillions of dollars to rescue the moneyed interests and left workers and homeowners to their own devices," Unger said.

Obama, when he attended Harvard, took two classes with Unger -- Jurisprudence and Reinventing Democracy, 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.

In the recent web video, Unger's accusations against his former student become increasingly caustic. Toward the end, the professor claims Obama pursued health care reform at the expense of economic recovery

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