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1 A Kennedy who sweats like a Nixon on 1/30/2018, 11:48 pm

Are you kidding me. How can you take Democrats seriously when they cannot even properly make up somebody who is going on National TV. It looks like he just ate a greasy burger as the sweat beads on his forehead. His message is hard to listen to when it looks like he just had oral sex with his spouse.

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2 Re: A Kennedy who sweats like a Nixon on 1/31/2018, 12:49 am

2seaoat wrote:Are you kidding me.  How can you take Democrats seriously when they cannot even properly make up somebody who is going on National TV.  It looks like he just ate a greasy burger as the sweat beads on his forehead.   His message is hard to listen to when it looks like he just had oral sex with his spouse.



Unlike the other one who looks like he just had anal sex with anybody but his spouse.

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I'm going to ignore all the above (geez, guys), but I will say that, appearances aside, I wasn't particularly impressed with Joe Kennedy's rebuttal.   He sounded forced and stilted and swallowed the ends of his sentences -- made me tired just trying to listen to his message and keep up with his emotional level, and then what I absorbed of it was just too vague and idealistic and rhetorical, not to mention far too leftist to invite a uniting of the party.  I mean, to espouse tearing down the wall if built..?  Just too radical for mainstream tastes, I fear. He'll appeal to the party's progressives but that's about it.  

IMHO what this country needs is a solid, sensible, believable, centrist statesperson, and Kennedy most certainly isn't that.  

I don't know what I expected from him tonight but it wasn't this disappointment.  He closed by urging us to have faith, but I was left with very little faith in the Democratic party's ability to eventually save the day, if Kennedy is considered the standard bearer.  Depressing.

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RealLindaL wrote:I'm going to ignore all the above (geez, guys), but I will say that, appearances aside, I wasn't particularly impressed with Joe Kennedy's rebuttal.   He sounded forced and stilted and swallowed the ends of his sentences -- made me tired just trying to listen to his message and keep up with his emotional level, and then what I absorbed of it was just too vague and idealistic and rhetorical, not to mention far too leftist to invite a uniting of the party.  I mean, to espouse tearing down the wall if built..?  Just too radical for mainstream tastes, I fear. He'll appeal to the party's progressives but that's about it.  

IMHO what this country needs is a solid, sensible, believable, centrist statesperson, and Kennedy most certainly isn't that.  

I don't know what I expected from him tonight but it wasn't this disappointment.  He closed by urging us to have faith, but I was left with very little faith in the Democratic party's ability to eventually save the day, if Kennedy is considered the standard bearer.  Depressing.



I don't know if he's the standard bearer but he is the future and he's just getting ready to lead US there, unlike the fat, loathsome ugly beast that blubbered before him who wants to to drag us back into the republican stone age.

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Telstar wrote:I don't know if he's the standard bearer but he is the future and he's just getting ready to lead US there, unlike the fat, loathsome ugly beast that blubbered before him who wants to to drag us back into the republican stone age.

You won't find anyone who agrees with you more about Trump (other than as regards his weight, since I'm not in a position to criticize anyone else in that department -- are you??). But that's why I'm so desperately looking for a truly excellent leader with broad appeal, who can rally the troops and get out a huge vote from all liberal-leaning corners of the nation, both in the mid-terms and in 2020. You say Kennedy will lead us, and I say if that's so we may lose again. He's not what we need. Bernie could not have done it, and neither can Kennedy. The young vote is important but it's far from everything it will take to win back sanity in government. Mark my words.

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Telstar wrote:I don't know if he's the standard bearer but he is the future and he's just getting ready to lead US there, unlike the fat, loathsome ugly beast that blubbered before him who wants to to drag us back into the republican stone age.

You won't find anyone who agrees with you more about Trump (other than as regards his weight, since I'm not in a position to criticize anyone else in that department -- are you??).    But that's why I'm so desperately looking for a truly excellent leader with broad appeal, who can rally the troops and get out a huge vote from all liberal-leaning corners of the nation, both in the mid-terms and in 2020.  You say Kennedy will lead us, and I say if that's so we may lose again.   He's not what we need.   Bernie could not have done it, and neither can Kennedy.  The young vote is important but it's far from everything it will take to win back sanity in government.  Mark my words.


I'm in a position to criticize fat 45 about anything I want to. BTW he's ugly too. I don't know if Kennedy will be ready in 2020, all I said is he's the future. Strange that Melania wore white like Hillary does. Funny how 45 got a standing o when he mentioned family values except Melania sat and glared. Obviously she's married to Lucifer and her face showed that. Only the republicans can give a standing o to a married guy for mentioning family values when the whole world knows he whores around with porn stars and Russian hookers.

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Telstar wrote:I'm in a position to criticize fat 45 about anything I want to. BTW he's ugly too. I don't know if Kennedy will be ready in 2020, all I said is he's the future.

OK Tel, whatever you say. As for leading US there, you probably have somewhat more years left to wait for that than I do.

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8 Re: A Kennedy who sweats like a Nixon on 1/31/2018, 10:10 am

Joe Kennedy did well (although I agree the makeup department let him down).  His speech was good and it was refreshing to hear a politician who has intelligence, compassion, and a vocabulary of more than 60 words.   It's been a while since I heard that.

That said, I wasn't totally blown away by it.  I guess I'm spoiled by Obama, but I was hoping for more lines that would really stick with me.  His best line was something that came from a little girl's sign:



...and it's hard to improve on the power of that girl. But, he did a good job. I'm not ready to yell "Kennedy2020" yet or anything, but, it's good to have him. And Kamala Harris did an excellent job, as always. That woman impresses me. I dream of her someday getting to debate Trump, because she'd murder him. She's one of the last people I'd ever want to get into an argument with. I've seen her go at people and she gets this little predator-smile on her face and then they're done. Smile

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9 Re: A Kennedy who sweats like a Nixon on 1/31/2018, 11:19 am

If Patrick Kennedy is the future of the Dem Party, all I can say is ya'll better get real used to Trump .... till 2024.

I kept waiting for Foghorn Leghorn to make a cameo appearance and say something to the effect:   "I say, I say boy .... you're just one big bowl of  weak sauce, now ain't ya?"


But that Patrick Kennedy ... he's a smart boy .... got a mind like a steel trap ... full of mush!  I bet he doesn't play baseball. Laughing

I picture a hypothetical 2020 election debate between Trump & Patrick Kennedy going something like this:

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10 Re: A Kennedy who sweats like a Nixon on 1/31/2018, 11:44 am

EmeraldGhost wrote:If Patrick Kennedy is the future of the Dem Party, all I can say is ya'll better get real used to Trump .... till 2024.

I kept waiting for Foghorn Leghorn to make a cameo appearance and say something to the effect:   "I say, I say boy .... you're just one big bowl of  weak sauce, now ain't ya?"


But that Patrick Kennedy ... he's a smart boy .... got a mind like a steel trap ... full of mush!  I bet he doesn't play baseball.   Laughing

I picture a hypothetical 2020 election debate between Trump & Patrick Kennedy going something like this:

Who's talking about Patrick Kennedy? The guy who gave the rebuttal was Joe Kennedy III. Try to keep up.

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11 Re: A Kennedy who sweats like a Nixon on 1/31/2018, 12:06 pm

zsomething wrote:


Anybody who brings a kid to a protest should be horsewhipped, that's disgraceful.

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12 Re: A Kennedy who sweats like a Nixon on 1/31/2018, 12:35 pm

Deus X wrote:

Anybody who brings a kid to a protest should be horsewhipped, that's disgraceful.

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(My mother-in-law is prob in this pic:)

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13 Re: A Kennedy who sweats like a Nixon on 1/31/2018, 1:19 pm

EmeraldGhost wrote:
Deus X wrote:

Anybody who brings a kid to a protest should be horsewhipped, that's disgraceful.

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The defense rests, your honor.

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14 Re: A Kennedy who sweats like a Nixon on 1/31/2018, 7:08 pm

Well, there's probably a lot of people in this country who deserve a good horse-whipping ... but we don't do that anymore.

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15 Re: A Kennedy who sweats like a Nixon on 1/31/2018, 7:50 pm

I wish Dick Durbin was ambitious. He has the emotional stability and experience to be a great President. However, he would never subject himself to the horrors of a Presidential campaign. Intelligent people avoid the same. Ambitious people do not.

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2seaoat wrote:I wish Dick Durbin was ambitious.  He has the emotional stability and experience to be a great President.  However, he would never subject himself to the horrors of a Presidential campaign.  Intelligent people avoid the same.  Ambitious people do not.

Heckuva note, but all too true. Whenever I wonder where the great statesmen/women are any more, I answer myself: "Hiding in plain sight."

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