Glen Ford vs. Michael Eric Dyson: Debate on Obama’s Presidency + Glen Ford: Obama is not the lesser evil

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Updated: Sept. 9, 2012 added a video report

Sep 7, 2012 by democracynow

DemocracyNow.org – As President Obama accepts the Democratic nomination to seek four more years in the White House, we host a debate on his presidency with Glen Ford of Black Agenda Report and Michael Eric Dyson, professor at Georgetown University and author of numerous books. Ford calls Obama the “more effective evil” for embracing right-wing policies and neutralizing effective opposition, while Dyson argues Obama provides the best and obvious choice for progressive change within the confines of the U.S. political system.

Click here to watch the entire debate: http://www.democracynow.org/2012/9/7/effective_evil_or_progressives_best_hope

Part 1

Democracy Now! Debate on Obama’s Presidency: Glen Ford vs. Michael Eric Dyson. Part 1 of 3

Part 2 not uploaded

Part 3

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Updated

Black Agenda Report Editor: “Obama is not the lesser evil”

Sep 9, 2012 by

Glen Ford: President Obama has managed the crisis on behalf of the 1% more effectively than a Republican could have.

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Updated: July 2, 2013

Glen Ford Schools Michael Eric Dyson: Tell The Truth About Obama’s Rightist Agenda

Bill Money on Nov 13, 2012

Glen Ford debates Micheal Eric Dyson on Barack Obama’s Crypto-Fascist Agenda and Exposes him as a closet Republican.

Debate starts at around 16:30

Note: sound goes out starting around 1:59:00 into the video.

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  18. This is a paradigm of what a real “debate” should be. Informed, well-reasoned and articulated views expressed, discussed, critiqued, all in an intellectually honest spirit and with mutual respect. Neither participant interrupts the other, each listens carefully to the other, in mutual respect and courtesy. No shouting, and a reasonable amount of time given to each to express his views and arguments–which can only be expressed in such time-frames, not in MSM seven-second slogans/sound bites.

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