Posts Tagged ‘presidenziali 2012’
Sull’addio di David Axelrod alla Casa Bianca si cimenta Maureen Dowd, con un lungo, zuccheroso articolo. Sullo strategist che ora – notizia – aprirà un suo profilo Twitter:
The adviser will return to Chicago — to his family; his beloved deli, Manny’s; the re-election ramp-up; and to his pal, Rahm. Obama and Axelrod agreed the West Wing team had gotten too insular. “As one of my colleagues said, the White House is a bit like working in a submarine: it’s better to come up for air,” Axelrod recalled Friday in his small office in a White House consumed with Cairo fires and pelted with Washington snow.
Se anche il blogger-in-chief della campagna elettorale di Obama 2008, Sam Graham-Felsen, dalle pagine del Washington Post mena fendenti sul Presidente e la sua strategia post-midterm, qualcosa pure significherà, no?
Obama needs a senior adviser whose job is to be a liaison to the movement that elected him. This person needs to be in the room in senior-level strategy meetings, asking: How is this going to impact the list? What message will this send to the grass roots?