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JOSEPH P. KENNEDY III TO RESPOND TO TRUMP'S ADDRESS:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Mon Jan 29, 2018 4:10 am

01.29.2018:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

THE DEMOCRAT'S ARE PULLING OUT ALL STOPS.

JOSEPH P. KENNEDY III WILL GIVE THE DEMOCRAT'S RESPONSE AFTER PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP'S STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS, TUESDAY, 01.30.2018.

IS KENNEDY NOSTALGIA ALL THAT THE DEMOCRAT'S HAVE LEFT TO THROW AT PRESIDENT TRUMP ?

You be the judge after watching both presentations. But remember that Trump has only been in office for 1 year, after 8 years of Former President Obama.
(01.29.2018, BB.)

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Another Kennedy, Another New Frontier -- And A Good Time For Trump To Evoke JFK

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With Massachusetts Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy III giving the Democratic response to the State of the Union Address on Tuesday night, President Trump might want to revisit what JFK had to say about infrastructure in the same venue 55 years ago. (Photo: Jessica Rinaldi/The Boston Globe)

Ask not what your country can do for you, ask if you can survive another wave of Kennedy nostalgia.

It’s coming Tuesday night, right after Massachusetts Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy III – grand-nephew of the three Kennedy males who cast a long shadow over national politics for the better part of six decades – delivers the Democratic response to President Trump’s State of the Union Address.

About the latest in the long line of Kennedys in Congress: he’s Democratic Viagra, plain and simple.

In addition to the family heritage, Kennedy’s Stanford roommate famously came out of the closet. The future congressman served in the Peace Corps and speaks Spanish. He met his future wife at Harvard Law (shades of both the Obamas, likewise Harvard Law alumni, and the Clintons and their Yale Law love story).

Cherry on the progressive sundae: Elizabeth Warren taught the class where the future Congressman and Mrs. Kennedy crossed paths.

Of course, there’s a flip side to Kennedy’s star-turn: haters of the clan will find it hard to resist taking a pot shot.

Here’s an easy one: Rep. Kennedy, a product of the decidedly high-end Buckingham, Browne & Nichols School (tuition a shade under $46,000 for students in grades 9-12), will deliver his response from Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School in Fall River, Massachusetts, with students and other locals in the audience.

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Re: JOSEPH P. KENNEDY III TO RESPOND TO TRUMP'S ADDRESS:

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Re: JOSEPH P. KENNEDY III TO RESPOND TO TRUMP'S ADDRESS:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Tue Jan 30, 2018 5:00 pm

01.30.2018:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

01.29.2018 - I originally Posted this Attention Getting, Interesting, Thought Provoking Headline, and Supporting Material.

I have not heard or read of any major fanfare over this Subject Matter.

I JUST HEARD THAT 5 DEMOCRAT'S WILL BE RESPONDING TO TRUMP'S STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS TONIGHT.

APPARENTLY THE JOSEPH P. KENNEDY III RESPONSE MUST BE BUTTRESSED. (01.30.2018, BB.)

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JOE KENNEDY III CARRIES THE KENNEDY LEGACY INTO THE FIGHT AGAINST TRUMP:
Jon Ward 6 hours ago

Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy III, D-Mass. (Photo: Michael Dwyer/AP)

When Republicans called Joe Kennedy III “rich” and “boring” the day before he was to deliver the Democratic response to President Trump’s first State of the Union address, they were really saying something else.

“There’s no there there,” they were saying. “He’s an empty suit. He is coasting on his family name and money.”

If you’re a Kennedy, it’s a familiar charge. Joe’s great-uncle Ted Kennedy, the former U.S. senator who died in 2009, was treated as “a joke” when he first ran for the Senate as a 30-year old assistant district attorney.

Sure enough, when Joe III first ran for Congress in 2012 — also on the basis of a résumé that mostly amounted to three years as an assistant DA — someone at a debate leveled the same epithet at him. “If your name were Joseph Patrick … and not Joseph Patrick Kennedy, based on your life experiences, would not your campaign be a joke?” a debate audience member asked.

As late as 1980, after 18 years in the Senate, Ted Kennedy had to confront the accusation that he was presuming to inherit the presidency from his late brother John, and his quest for the Democratic nomination fell short.

Joe III’s own father, Joe Kennedy II, abandoned a 1997 gubernatorial bid in Massachusetts because of a personal scandal, another recurring theme in Ted’s life and in the Kennedy family as a whole. But Joe II was also bedeviled by an over reliance on his last name and the lack of a compelling vision for his candidacy.

In August 1997, Joe Kennedy II, joined by his wife Beth, announced he would not be running for governor. (Photo: Brooks Kraft LLC/Sygma via Getty Images)

That background, and the Kennedy penchant for bad behavior, may explain why Joe III was such a straight arrow in college — Stanford, not Harvard, although he went to Harvard Law School — abstaining from alcohol and gaining a reputation as a highly conscientious student. It sheds some light on why he spent two years with the Peace Corps in the Dominican Republic.

On his office wall, there is a quote from his grandfather Robert F. Kennedy, the former attorney general who was assassinated in 1968 while running for president. “You can use your enormous privilege and opportunity to seek purely private pleasure and gain, but history will judge you,” the RFK quote reads.

Unlike his great-uncle Ted, Joe III seems to wear the weight of expectations well. He understands the power of the Kennedy name, springing from John F. Kennedy’s charismatic presidency and his martyrdom in 1963.

But he has been in no rush to become a political star. Kennedy, 37, has been a member of Congress for five years now and has remained relatively unknown beyond his district. He missed the December House vote on the Republican tax bill to be with his wife — whom he met at Harvard Law in Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s class — for the birth of the couple’s second child.

“I don’t think he gets out ahead of himself,” said Paul Watanabe, a professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts Boston. “He has been somebody who focuses on being what young congresspeople do, which is focus on their district, focus on constituent services.”

Joe Kennedy III officially launches his campaign for Congress on Thursday in Newton, Mass. (Photo: Suzanne Kreiter/Boston Globe via Getty Images)

Chosen by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to speak Tuesday night after Trump, Kennedy will now have much more visibility — and scrutiny. Already he has faced questions about his wealth, which was estimated at around $18 million in 2015. The Boston Globe reported in 2016 that Kennedy owned as much as half a million dollars’ worth of stock in a drug company called Gilead Sciences, which makes a hepatitis C drug that costs patients $1,000 a pill.

Even if many younger voters don’t know much about the Kennedy history, this new phase for Kennedy will bring more intense pressures on him.

“For people who may have loathed the Kennedys and saw them as representative of all that’s bad in the country — and there’s many of them — they may shift that to Joe,” Watanabe said. “On the other hand, many loved the Kennedys and thought everything they did was gold. On both sides it’s a little unfair and too much responsibility to bear.”

“The important thing is whether he comes out of this as his own person, and as a politician of the future and not of the past,” Watanabe said.

Kennedy family allies like Robert Shrum, a former adviser to Ted Kennedy, seem most anxious for Joe III to create some separation from the family heritage conveyed by his last name.

“I think he should be judged on his own, not as part of the family, or not as some kind of heir to Kennedy politics,” Shrum said.

Kennedy has gained some attention this past year. His remarks in a committee hearing challenging House Speaker Paul Ryan’s characterization of efforts to repeal Obamacare as an “act of mercy” went viral. A few other speeches have also drawn attention on social media.

But one of Kennedy’s more notable speeches came a year before he ran for Congress, when he addressed the Massachusetts legislature during a 2011 ceremony to commemorate the 50th anniversary of JFK’s inauguration.

Joseph Kennedy III

Joseph Kennedy III at the 50th anniversary of JFK’s inauguration at the State House in Boston. (Photo: David L Ryan/Boston Globe via Getty Images)

Kennedy stood at the lectern with Ted’s widow, Vickie, seated on the dais behind him and began his remarks with a joke about JFK and former House Speaker Tip O’Neill, who also was a Massachusetts Democrat and a close Kennedy family ally.

Near the end of his 10-minute speech, Kennedy turned emotional as he spoke about the death of his grandfather, and connected it to the most recent violence in American politics. Rep. Gabby Giffords, an Arizona Democrat, had been shot in the head just a few days before.

Kennedy traced the roots of political violence back to extreme language, and he blamed both Republicans and Democrats for creating “an atmosphere of hate.”

“For too long the rhetoric in Washington has been toxic: antiwar protesters holding up signs saying ‘Death to terrorist pig Bush’; tea party protesters shouting out racist and antigay slurs to members of Congress; protesters shouting out ‘Death to Cheney’; radio talk show hosts calling President Obama and Democrats communists and traitors; images of both political parties showing opponents in the crosshairs of a rifle scope,” Kennedy said.

“This isn’t what President Kennedy stood for. It isn’t what [Martin Luther] King or Robert Kennedy stood for. They took on the big problems of our world. They looked to those common threads that unite us rather than diving into the identity politics to find those that divide us,” he said.

Kennedy’s willingness to call out both political parties could position him to speak to the whole nation Tuesday night. His speeches, Shrum said, include “the kind of thing that Democrats need to be saying if we’re going to reconnect with some of the people we lost in 2016, while keeping the people we had.”

Rep. Joe Kennedy, D-Mass.

Kennedy speaks in support of transgender members of the military, July 26, 2017. (Photo: Jacquelyn Martin/AP)

And Kennedy’s condemnation of “identity politics” presaged a debate among Democrats now in the wake of Hillary Clinton’s loss to Trump. Liberals like Mark Lilla and others have blamed Clinton’s loss on a “fixation on diversity” that “has produced a generation of liberals and progressives narcissistically unaware of conditions outside their self-defined groups, and indifferent to the task of reaching out to Americans in every walk of life.”

Kennedy is certainly no cultural conservative. His guest at the State of the Union speech will be a transgender member of the U.S. Army, Staff Sgt. Patricia King. And he has been an outspoken advocate for gay rights.

But as he speaks to the entire country following Trump, whose first year as president has been defined by divisiveness, Kennedy may sound notes like the ones he closed with in 2011, which called on themes made into mantras by JFK and generations of Democrats after him.

“In times such as these, our commitment to each other and to our country cannot dip but is more critical than ever, drawing once again to something greater than ourselves, to lives of service and sacrifice, courage and judgment, integrity and dedication,” Kennedy said. “These are the ideals that ought to endure, rather than partisan rancor, naked self-interest, and other corrosive effects of promoting social divisions, a kind of moral gerrymandering that saps our spirit and degrades our collective will.”
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Re: JOSEPH P. KENNEDY III TO RESPOND TO TRUMP'S ADDRESS:

Postby bobspez » Tue Jan 30, 2018 8:58 pm

Should be interesting. Seems like the corporate sponsored Democrats don't want to give Joe too much of a say. Just like when JFK was president.
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Postby Slav » Wed Jan 31, 2018 4:33 am

Lame speech looks like he preparing for something .
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JOSEPH P. KENNEDY III TO RESPOND TO TRUMP'S ADDRESS:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Wed Jan 31, 2018 5:45 am

01.31.2018:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

01.29.2018 - I originally Posted this Attention Getting Headline and Supporting Material that already had me scratching my head.

A short, interesting discussion developed.

Tonight I Carefully watched President Trump's State of The Union Speech, and then Joseph P. Kennedy III's Democratic Response.

The Response was obviously written blindly in advance with more cliche's than I have heard in a very long time.

Apparently the Kennedy Name was assumed to make up for any lack of cohesiveness, and substance.

Slav called it lame. I agree, but will go even further. IT WAS PATHETIC.

I found it to be a rambling, disjointed collection of idealistic projections hoping to gain romantic attractions, while lacking any sense of reality and structure.

Probably sounded great if you tapped into your Medical Marijuana before, during, and after.

Certainly not even in the ball park of any JFK speech.

Chicago has several black and Hispanic politicians who are dedicated, focused, and sincere, but never get the attention of a young talentless, wealthy, well connected white male named Kennedy.

It reminds me of class mates in college who would write a Term Paper for Philosophy, and simultaneously submit it for their Sociology Term Paper. Then, would read it for Speech Class for your Mid-Term Speech Presentation.

I wonder what the Democratic Party members are secretly saying.

The term dud comes to mind.

Well, below is A REAL PRO JOSEPH P. KENNEDY III REVIEW.

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Kennedy SOTU response: 'Bullies may land a punch,' don't win
Associated Press MATTHEW DALY,Associated Press 41 minutes ago

Rep. Joe Kennedy responds to President Trump's SOTU

WASHINGTON (AP) — Soaring stock prices under President Donald Trump have boosted investor portfolios and corporate profits but have not eased the economic anxieties of middle-class families, Massachusetts Rep. Joe Kennedy III said Tuesday night in the Democratic response to Trump's first State of the Union address.

In calling on Americans to reject the "chaos" of the Trump era, Kennedy also outlined a Democratic vision that promises a "better deal for all who call this country home."

Democrats support a higher minimum wage, paid leave for employees and affordable child care, among other priorities, Kennedy said.

"We choose pensions that are solvent, trade pacts that are fair, roads and bridges that won't rust away, and good education you can afford," he said in a speech from a vocational high school in Fall River, Massachusetts, a onetime manufacturing hub now struggling with high unemployment and other problems.

Kennedy, 37, a three-term congressman and grandson of former Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, has argued that Democrats should focus on the economic concerns of working-class voters who bolted the party in the 2016 elections.

Fall River, home to many blue-collar workers, "has faced its share of storms," Kennedy said. "But people here are tough. They fight for each other. They pull for their city."

In an apparent reference to Trump, Kennedy said that "bullies may land a punch" and leave a mark but that they have "never managed to match the strength and spirit of a people united in defense of their future."

In a hard-hitting speech for a political newcomer, Kennedy decried a rollback of civil rights protections, noting proposals that target Muslims, transgender people and others.

The Trump administration "isn't just targeting the laws that protect us — they are targeting the very idea that we are all worthy of protection," Kennedy said.

Trump's record is "a rebuke of our highest American ideal: the belief that we are all worthy, we are all equal and we all count — in the eyes of our law and our leaders, our God and our government," Kennedy said.

The red-haired Kennedy was elected to the House in 2012, returning the family to Congress two years after the retirement of Rhode Island Rep. Patrick Kennedy, the son of Joe Kennedy III's great-uncle Ted.

Known mostly for his famous last name, Kennedy's selection has been criticized by some as tone-deaf at a time when sexual harassment of women and the Black Lives Matter movement are at the forefront of American politics. Speaking without a suit coat in front of a rebuilt car and an enthusiastic audience, Kennedy tried to defuse that Tuesday by citing the #MeToo movement and declaring, "Black lives matter."

In a nod to "Dreamers," the 700,000 young immigrants brought here as children and now here illegally, Kennedy spoke in Spanish as he said Dreamers are a part of America's story and promised that Democrats will not walk away from them.

Kennedy said Trump and his administration were breaking a core promise of America — that everyone will be treated equally under the law. He accused the administration of "callously" appraising Americans' worth and deciding "who makes the cut and who can be bargained away."

Under the leadership of Trump and congressional Republicans, Americans are "bombarded with one false choice after another," Kennedy said. "Coal miners or single moms. Rural communities or inner cities. The coast or the heartland."

Democrats "choose both," Kennedy said.

A former Peace Corps volunteer, Kennedy was an assistant district attorney in two Massachusetts districts before being elected to Congress. He has focused on economic and social justice in Congress and has advocated on behalf of vocational schools and community colleges and championed issues such as transgender rights and marriage equality.

To illustrate that message, Kennedy invited U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Patricia King, a transgender woman, as his guest to the State of the Union. King, an infantry squad leader at Fort Lewis, Washington, was the first person to have gender reassignment surgery paid for by the military.

Kennedy's speech was one of several Democratic responses. Elizabeth Guzman, one of the first Latinas elected to the Virginia House of Delegates, delivered a Spanish-language response, while former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke on

I wonder if he knows he was named after Joseph P. Kennedy, the Bootlegging Partner of Frank Costello, who was later kicked out of England by Sir Winston Churchill himself for dealing with Adolph Hitler and the Nazi Party ?
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Postby Slav » Wed Jan 31, 2018 6:15 am

I’m a big Kennedy Fan and I have to agree it was pathetic, what really got me was what was on his lips or cheek it looks like he ate something it looked gross.

It was possibly the worst speech ever made by a Kennedy.


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Postby bobspez » Wed Jan 31, 2018 6:53 pm

I guess it all depends on whether you liked the message. I thought he did great. I think those white marks on the corners of his lips may have been dimples, or maybe a makeup malfunction or too much chapstick? Sometimes they were visible and sometimes not. As far as his speech, I thought it was great. But then I agreed with everything he said except one thing. When he said Russia was knee deep in our democracy, he should have known better. That sounded like a Hillary soundbyte, so he gets one strike for that. Everything else he said I agree with and I thought was 100% on the mark. Trump looked and sounded to me like a soft spoken Hitler. I actually wondered if he was the anti-Christ.
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Postby Bob Jonas » Thu Feb 01, 2018 12:33 pm

bobspez wrote:Should be interesting. Seems like the corporate sponsored Democrats don't want to give Joe too much of a say. Just like when JFK was president.

They needed to give him a napkin...
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Postby Tom Bigg » Thu Feb 01, 2018 4:39 pm

I agreed 100% with what he said. Obviously he is a little behind the ears.

Trump has zero credibility. I am just looking forward to his day of judgment. FDR and JFK warned about people like DJT! "Economic royalists". Criminals in disguise standing for "freedom" and "capitalism". Yeah, right! The US needs to move toward European political systems where it isn't just Republicans and Democrats. Parliamentary systems allow for rapid change of government.

If Texas and the Bible belt didn't have the inordinate influence on our political system, there would be a lot more hope for progressive politics.
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Re: JOSEPH P. KENNEDY III TO RESPOND TO TRUMP'S ADDRESS:

Postby bobspez » Thu Feb 01, 2018 7:45 pm

They really should have. I heard last night that he said he put on too much lip balm. I remember when Elizabeth Warren was given a chance to state her platform in 2016 on the Tavis Smiley Show, she had lipstick on her teeth and looked like a lunatic.

Bob Jonas wrote:
bobspez wrote:Should be interesting. Seems like the corporate sponsored Democrats don't want to give Joe too much of a say. Just like when JFK was president.

They needed to give him a napkin...
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