ROGER D. HODGE

Obama’s Corporate Problem

Posted in Media by Roger D. Hodge on November 25, 2010

Last night I discussed Obama’s ties to corporate America on MSNBC’s The Last Word, hosted by Chris Hayes. Also appearing were Ari Berman, author of Herding Donkeys, and Adam Green, co-founder of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee.

Update: Digby has a nice post on the segment here.

Update: Here’s an abridged version of the interview on YouTube.

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  1. Enzo said, on November 26, 2010 at 4:50 pm

    Just saw your interview, with others, on MSNBC. Arrived at it from here:

    http://digbysblog.blogspot.com/2010/11/thanks-part-ii-chris-hayes-on-msnbc.html

    And that was after reading a Glenn Greenwald tweet.

    Excellent observations regarding Obama: the most accurate, succinct, and straightforward I’ve come across in a while.

    I’d never come across you before, but that would be largely because I’m not American and live in Europe.

    It was refreshing to discover another American voice which isn’t mad or otherwise horribly compromised. I’m sure I’ll be bumping into you more often.

    Best regards,

    E

  2. Curtis Rhodes said, on November 28, 2010 at 10:43 pm

    I enjoyed seeing you on MSNBC and appreciated your brave if depressing position. As an exercise, intelligent articulate people like you have to find a way to frame the message. How is it that liberals can loose on a position such as the assult on reason known as the Bush tax cuts? How is it we are so “lamestream?”
    Is it just that tax cuts will always win and people are just unable to think any further?


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