In case you're not familiar with the name.
Nedra filed a AP story Thursday that indicates she hasn't reformed her old routines and cut-downs of Democrats in power.
His choice Thursday for White House chief of staff — Rahm Emanuel, a fiery partisan who doesn't mind breaking glass and hurting feelings — is a significant departure from the soft-spoken, low-key aides that "No-Drama Obama" has surrounded himself with during his campaign.And who got first question at Obama's first post-election presser? Nedra.
And transition chief John Podesta, like Emanuel, is a former top aide to Bill Clinton and a tough partisan infighter, though less bombastic than the new chief of staff.
The selections are telling for Obama, who campaigned as a nontraditional, almost "post-partisan" newcomer.
I leave it to other minds to decide if its coincidence.