Comment By Bob L.
Is there any truth to what is said in this video that we are the cause of all the problems in this Country because we turn our backs on the problem by turning off the news instead of trying to find out the truth, here is one persons opinion on the problems in this Country today. Here is a VIDEO that will back up what he is saying to whats going on today.
I believe this person and Professor Roberto Unger are on the right track about the problems in this Country, most Americans don’t care, as long as they have a job, but the problem is that it all eventually comes down, and no one is exempt from a crash, take the Great Depression, is this what you as Americans want to go back in to. Right now this Country is not to far from it now, whether you want to admit it or not, but if this Country keeps believing all this snake oil talk, we will all be standing in line just to keep our families feed and clothed, here again ask your self is this what you want for your kids to live for the next fifty to sixty years or worse.
I know you will say that I don’t like Obama, NO, it is the Opposite, I just don’t like where this Country is headed, and right now I do not see any one that will turn this Country around and get rid of CORRUPTION in ALL our Government Agencies. They all talk big, but they all follow the world bank, and the money, not what Americans want, and I hope we all want a Government that will protect all LEGAL AMERICANS, (U.S. Citizens) and help people to become Legal, not keep them Illegal, but don’t say you are now Legal like they want to do now.
Unger strike: Obama’s former professor says he ‘must not’ win in 2012
By Gregg Re – The Daily Caller
Harvard Law School professor Roberto Unger, who taught President Barack Obama classes such as Jurisprudence and Reinventing Democracy, said last month that his former student has betrayed liberals and should lose the presidency in November.
“President Obama must be defeated in the coming election,” Unger said in a sit-down video posted to his YouTube account in May, which also attacked the Republican party.
“If [The Republicans] had their way, inequality would be even greater than it is now,” Unger said, before acknowledging that a Romney win would lead to some undesirable “judicial and administrative appointments.”
But those costs, to Unger, pale in comparison to the risks of an Obama second term.
“The Democratic Party has no new direction. … [Obama] has failed to advance the progressive cause,” Unger said. “He has spent trillions of dollars to rescue the moneyed interests and left workers and homeowners to their own devices.”
Then, gripping his chair tightly as if to strap in for an earthquake of truth-telling, Unger proceeded to unleash a series of one-liners against Obama.
“He has subordinated the broadening of economic and educational opportunity to the important but secondary issue of access to healthcare. … He has evoked a politics of hand-holding. … His policy is financial confidence and food stamps.”
Unger has posted several interviews with himself on his YouTube channel, which are viewed only rarely. Unger typically disables comments on his videos, and he receives few positive or insightful comments when he does allow user interaction.
In a video Unger posted on the topic of the Hegelian and Sartrean Heresies, for example, a viewer praised Unger’s “very interesting” point of view but complained that “there’s got to be something you can do” about “your jaw click.”
According to the Harvard Crimson, Unger received tenure at Harvard Law School at the unusually young age of 29.