Tar Sands Protest May Greet Obama’s Campaign Manager Jim Messina at Harvard

By: Monday September 12, 2011 6:45 pm

President Obama’s campaign manager, Jim Messina will be at Harvard University on Tuesday, hoping to urge Harvard students to help “pass the bill” or reelect the President or something. However, students and others opposed to the Tar Sands oil development and the Keystone XL pipeline are also planning to be there to greet him.

So if you’re in the Boston area, just hop on the Red Line, get off at Harvard Square and walk down to the Kirkland House, right across from the Kennedy School. Messina is scheduled to be at the Kirkland House Junior Common Room about 3:30 p.m. Here’s a map.


Veal Appeal: Whitewashing of Health Care Reform Battle Continues

By: Friday April 1, 2011 2:15 pm

The problem for the public option wasn’t that the president didn’t fight hard enough for it. It’s failure to make it into the law was the result of President Obama actively fighting hard against it, while lying about this support.

Obama’s Kabuki Jobs Council, Brought to You By “Nut on China” Jeff Immelt

By: Friday January 21, 2011 6:02 am

No matter how many times GE’s CEO Jeff Immelt gets up on a podium or in an op-ed and feigns an interest in American jobs, his actions make him the poster child for everything wrong with the U.S. economy right now.

And that’s what Obama is rolling out, as he moves into campaign mode, to convince Americans he’s going to do a damn thing about jobs.

GetEqual to Deputy White House CoS Messina: “What’s Your Plan?” (VIDEO)

By: Wednesday November 17, 2010 7:45 am

This is the kind of direct action the cocktail-weinie set finds most unsettling: real people yelling real questions about real issues while they dart in and out of elite DeeCee hotels for secret meetings with issues lobbyists and White House staffers who aren’t doing much of anything at all to advance the issues they are raising money on throughout the year.

How Many Democrats Does It Take to Stand Up to Andrew Breitbart?

By: Wednesday July 21, 2010 2:45 pm

Barack Obama ran his campaign on progressive messaging, but he basically despises liberals and hired a White House staff full of people who share those sentiments.

Rahm Emanuel’s “f*&king r%!rds” comment is symbolic of a multitude of anonymous slams against the left that are readily offered up by administration staffers to any member of the press willing to transcribe them. The White House does not want any whiff of association with the people who gave them their jobs, and it’s no wonder the President’s biggest supporters in the blogosphere are former Republicans.

CO-Sen: Romanoff Releases White House Email with Job “Suggestions”

By: Wednesday June 2, 2010 7:10 pm

Colorado Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff released part of an email from Deputy Chief of Staff Jim Messina outlining three job opportunities should Romanoff back off his primary challenge to appointed Democratic Senator Michael Bennet. Read the document here.

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