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Obama’s Harvard law professor says ‘President MUST be defeated in 2012’ (even though he’s the man Barack used to have on speed dial)
- Roberto Unger, 65, is respected author and Brazilian politician
- Taught Obama about ‘reinventing democracy’ at Harvard Law School
- Professor was an adviser during the 2008 election campaign
- He (Obama) has reduced justice to Charity
- His (Obama) policy is financial confidence and food stamps
- He (Obama) has delivered his policy of tax justice to the rule of money
- He has evoked a politics of hand holding…but no one changes the world without a struggle
The 65-year-old academic was in frequent contact with Mr Obama on his Blackberry throughout the last election campaign but has since decided that he no longer agreed with the President’s decisions.
His list of complaints against the President is a long one in the video entitled ‘Beyond Obama’.
The esteemed philosopher is scathing of Mr Obama’s plans to salvage America’s ailing economy, saying that his policy solely consists of ‘financial confidence and food stamps’.
He adds: ‘He has spent trillions of dollars to rescue the moneyed interests and left workers and homeowners to their own devices.‘ The politician admits that if Republican candidate Mitt Romney wins the election ‘there will be a cost… in judicial and administrative appointments’. However his most barbed remarks he reserves for the Democrat leader saying that Mr Obama has ‘evoked a politics of handholding, but no one changes the world without a struggle’.
The professor is a respected author having published dozens of books on economics, philosophy and politics. In philosophy, his arguments are said to focus on some the greatest problems of the human existence. The video, which was posted three weeks ago, has been viewed 22,000 times. Mr Unger has taught at Harvard Law since 1976.
Obama studied jurisprudence and reinventing democracy with the professor. The President attended Harvard Law School in 1988 and was selected as an editor of the Harvard Law Review at the end of his first year.