President-Elect Barack Obama announced three picks for senior staff postions on Saturday, November 15. Is Obama truly implementing the Change We Need? What change? Take a look.
"Philip Schiliro has worked in Congress for more than 25 years, many of which were spent as a top aide to longtime Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., and the House Oversight Committee. His official title will be assistant to the president for legislative affairs when the new administration takes over Jan. 20."
"Obama's team also formally announced that Ron Klain, a former chief of staff to Vice President Al Gore, would serve in the same role for Vice President-elect Joe Biden, and that longtime Obama friend and supporter Valerie Jarrett will be a senior adviser and assistant to Obama for intergovernmental relations."
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Being a resident of California has entitled me to the rare privilege of having been the unfortunate recipient, by snail mail, of various supposedly educational pamphlets spouting the liberal views of Rep. Henry Waxman. What about Ron Klain? A former chief of staff to Vice President Al Gore is a step in the right direction of change. Right? Or should I say Left? As for Valerie Jarrett, click The Valerie Jarrett Story. Named Senior Obama White House advisor to read everything you need to know, and more.
Changing the order of the words We Need Change to Change We Need may have not been just a clever and grammatically incorrect slogan on the part of Barack Obama's political advisers. The phrases definitely could have different meanings. Say them out loud several times, and think about the meaning of these two phrases. The meaning of We Need Change is obvious, but the interpretation of Change We Need is not so apparent. It could mean the change that Obama thinks we need, and that is a whole different liberal story about no change at all. Democrats really don't like change very much. They just enjoy talking about it.
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