“We have to build one movement, so that Obama either acts like the progressive president we thought we elected in 2008, or we get someone else to run against him.” Robert Kuttner, co-founder of the American Prospect isn’t pulling any punches with his disappointment in Obama and his advisers. “It’s his own temperamental desire to build bridges complimented with bad advice.” The New York Times has picked up on Kuttner and others’ call for a challenge to Obama on the left in 2012, and he lays out a case here.
Kuttner joins Laura in studio to discuss the wrong-headedness of the deficit commission, the ongoing jobs crisis, and why Democrats might have to find a progressive primary challenger for Obama in 2012.
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