Roberto Unger - I'm Suspicious. There Must be Some Way Brazil Benefits
from Republican Presidency.
Last edited Sun Jun 17, 2012, 11:39 PM USA/ET
Roberto Unger has made a front and center VIDEO stating that Obama should
be defeated in 2012. Unger, a former professor of Obama's, who says he
supported Obama in 2008.
I read up a little on Unger. Although he says he supported Obama in 2008,
I found no video or articles by him supporting Obama for the 2008
Unger is an activist. But he's an activist in politics in BRAZIL. Not
here. He's an academic and activist. I saw nothing in his bio suggesting
he's done anything in this country to make the country better or work for
the working class or poor.
He even ran for PRESIDENT in Brazil once.
So I went Googling. Bingo.
"In an October 2011 article in POLITICO, an aide to Romney said that
'neither the Bush administration or the Obama administration really
focused on Latin America'and added that Romney envisions "larger campaigns
for economic opportunity in Latin America." The Latin America issues page
on Romney's website says that he, in the first 100 days of his presidency,
will launch a "public diplomacy and trade promotion effort" called the
Campaign for Economic Opportunity in the region." (NOTE THAT THE ACRONYM
FOR ROMNEY'S GROUP IS CEO)
"Governor Romney announced a cadre of foreign policy advisors acting as a
"shadow cabinet" last October. His Latin America team has two co-chairs:
Ray Walser, senior policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation; and Clifford
Sobel, U.S. ambassador to BRAZIL from 2006 to 2009."
I would say that a Harvard professor, who had run but lost the Presidency
in Brazil, might have a better chance of winning that office in the
future, if he could return to Brazil and claim in his campaign that he
helped bring more trade and aid to Brazil by helping elect Mitt Romney.
The complete article may be read at the URL above.
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