Those skeptical of the degeneration of America’s royal line need look no further than Robert Kennedy Jr. His grandfather bedded Gloria Swanson. His father scored Marilyn Monroe. He mounts any rando who passes by. Like the Spanish Habsburgs or the Royal Tennenbaums, Camelot ain’t what it used to be. The diary of Robert Kennedy Jr., detailed in the New York Post this week, begins by announcing the pregnancy of his wife. By its conclusion, the 2001 journal references 37 women other than its author’s wife with whom he messed around that year. Slightly less than half of the women he physically
Why do liberals, democrats, socialists, and communists (all the same thing really) worship these kind of people?
What is it about utter trash that is so, so attractive to people who vote democrat?
And don´t forget who worshipped the Kennedys the most of all. That´s right, Bill "Horn Dog" Clinton who received oral sex under his Oval Office desk from a young White House intern while talking with a member of the House of Representatives on the phone.
What makes this country great aren´t men from these political dynasties. It is the everyday guy who works hard, loves his family, and does the right thing day in and day out. It is the self-made man who came from nothing and managed to earn a good living for himself and his family. It is the pride he feels for earned success. It is the father and mother who instills a work ethic into their children, who teaches them to be honest and of good moral character. It is the family that honors God and has charity for all. This is the essence of being an American. Respect is earned. It is not a matter of genetics.
Camelot fairytales still obsess the MSM. Chrissy Matthews tingles from head to toe at the mere thought of boyhood hero "Jack." Lush photographs of the "royal couple" fill the bookshelves. No amount of factual history can defeat it. Sickening, puerile, childish and pathetic.
Kennedy deems Al Sharpton a “buffoon” more harmful to blacks than George Wallace. He confesses, “His transparent venal blackmail and extortion schemes taint all black leadership.” He similarly portrays Jesse Jackson as suffering from “a desperate and destructive addiction to publicity.”
Can´t argue with that. However, blaming the fact that he "loves women too much" for his serial adultery is the last resort of a child who doesn´t care to control his desires.
Being raised a Kennedy male, it is expected that he would be promiscuous outside his marriage. But to blame anyone or anything other than his own weakness is smoking the drapes.
This is a family of low lifes. Who really cares about some trust fund misfits? Besides the low information voters now have Kardashians, Honey Boo Boo, P-Diddy, Bouncye, Mily Cyrus. They haven´t a clue what the made up farce Camelot is.
The continuing saga of the Kennedy clan only continues because of lawyers writing laws that allowed the kennedy fortune to be structured so it was sheltered from being looted by the heirs. Dissolve the trusts and their tax sheltering and divide the money up. In another generation they will all be back to working real jobs (or on welfare) instead of collecting paychecks from their "foundations"
As a woman, I have never understood the physical allure of the Kennedy men, nor of Bill Clinton, for that matter. The popular female culture seems to slobber over these guys as being attractive, and I just don´t get it. Never have; even with JFK.
Mary Jo Kopechne died from suffocation not drowning... she ran out of air to breathe in the vacuum of the car as she held on....Kennedy never returned...she didn´t have to die. Here´s what John Farrar, the diver who found Kopechne´s body, testified at the inquest:
"It looked as if she were holding herself up to get a last breath of air. It was a consciously assumed position. ... She didn´t drown. She died of suffocation in her own air void. It took her at least three or four hours to die. I could have had her out of that car twenty-five minutes after I got the call. But he [Ted Kennedy] didn´t call." And this: In recently discovered journals of Hollywood private eye Fred Otash, he wrote: "I listened to Marilyn Monroe die." According to Otash, he had bugged Marilyn´s home and previously recorded Marilyn´s sex sessions with President John Kennedy. On the night of August 5, 1962, he listened as Marilyn had an hysterical argument with the Kennedy´s in which she accused them of passing her around "like a piece of meat."
"She was really screaming and they were trying to quiet her down. She´s in the bedroom and Bobby gets the pillow and he muffles her on the bed to keep the neighbors from hearing. She finally quieted down and then he was looking to get out of there."
What a charming bunch. What I would like to know is how Orin Hatch could be best friends with Ted Kennedy?
HuffPost last Tuesday: "Robert F. Kennedy Jr. president of Waterkeeper Alliance, joined HuffPost Live on Tuesday to discuss Big Oil, Republicans and climate change." This is the kind of person the Dems worship for issues that are killing our (and the world´s) economies, and creating Marxist central governments. We either purify our nation of this tripe or we are condemned just like Bill Whittle discusses today at PJTV.com.
#16, it´s a popular myth that Old Joe made his money (or any money) in bootlegging. It´s just not true. He profited handsomely after Prohibition was over, but the only bootlegging he did was to carry a case of champagne across the Canadian border for a relative´s wedding.
It´s a mystery to me that the entire Kennedy clan, starting with Joe Sr., seem to be born with the idea that they are entitled to whatever they want in life. That includes a lavish lifestyle, women, adoring public, etc. And yet, none of them have EVER done a single thing that warrents that type of thinking. And it seems that everyone of them run for elected office and firmly expect to be elected in a landslide. As I stated before, it´s a mystery to me. I personally despise everyone of them. And that includes the female Kennedys.
Although I am not a Taylor Swift fan because of her pathetically weak voice I feel she is lucky she got 86´d by the Kennedy Clan when she scooped up Connor Kennedy even though he was still in high school.
She would probably have written a song about Connor and then wound up dead. **it happens.
Just think of poor Mary from RFK Jr. or Marilyn Monroe from Grandpa RFK Sr.
That being said the entire Kennedy breeds like rabbits and that is why libs should support abortion.
PS Why did RFK Jr. write all this down in a diary? Is it because he wanted his mini series to be accurate?
The writer treads a little lightly regarding Uncle Jack´s proclivities, which he fails to mention really...
In the U.S. House, Jack Eff Kennedy had two nicknames... Mattress Jack... and Jack The Zipper... the former was a reference to "Cactus Jack" Garner of Texas, who was FDR´s first veep.
The notion that "three women" in one day is any big deal to a male Kennedy... Well, back in his House days, or daze, Jack Eff was famous for multiple girls in one evening, serially if not simultaneously, although reportedly he liked group sex.
Others who romped with him and his pets allegedly included Sen. George Smathers of Florida, Sen. Estes Kefauver of Tennessee, and Frank Sinatra in Las Vegas, during his Senate and presidential campaign periods.
It was a contest amongst Kennedy males to chalk up scores... and The Old Man was known to jump on anything his sons brought into the home if he could get away with it.
Jack Eff reportedly warned one young lady who visited them... "The Ambassador likes to prowl at night." Jack Eff was reported to have witnessed some of the victimizations.
Billyboobboob Klintoon valiantly (or not) tried to make a similar mark as a "swordsman" but his rating fell short... "Close... but no cigar." Of course, infamously there actually was a cigar in more than merely the Oral Orifice.
And regarding liberoids´ inability to run anything correctly... absolutely true all too often... they are very bossy and controlling... and inept and incompetent... pathetically impractical people who point fingers at others & destroy what they touch.
Doesn´t anybody remember? We gave up on the monarchy, the idea that the king´s son could be the next king. Early books on the Kennedys focused on their criminal wealth building. Three generations of crooks. Also, do not ever forget the Bush Crime Family, going back to the obsessed Prescott Bush. So, we have TWO Bush presidents? Why? Now, some of the monarchial worshipping TV media idiots are even mentioning weak kneed Jeb Bush as a presidential candidate. How sick is that? The media is soley responsible for all of this fawning, worshipping sickness. Now it´s Kardashian. How nothing is that? We have a limo riding, penthouse living, VIP party going media that first has to qualify as a rigid socialist or communist to get IN. Then has to be blind to all government rooted, Washington based, corporate lobbied crime. And that´s how we got the Kennedys and Bushs
As long as a likable liberal spouts the politically correct pablum like "War on Women", "The Rich", "Social Justice", "Affirmative Action", "Pay Your FAIR Share", "Abortion-on-demand", etc., etc., their supporters will instantly forgive and remain non-judgmental since "nobody´s perfect". Of course if those supporters had been personally abused by perp-political-figures, they woud be livid ... but someone ELSE was. So, "Better put some ice on that" never elicited a response from feminists because they found Clinton attractive and because they were not the ones who were abused.
In the mid nineteenth century families like the Kennedys were know as the vulgar rich. To think if it weren´t for the lefty America hating voters this country might have been stuck with a God-fearing, country loving, family devoted, job creator for President. Look what we got instead.
The Kennedys are the most craftily-constructed media creation of the twentieth century. Whenever you look a micron or two beneath the surface you find a seething pile of muck. Teddy may have been the worst, but how can one say, when so much has been concealed from us?
So he got himself a jet or two, created a huge carbon footprint with the jet and his mansion, and at some point reportedly turned into a sex-crazed poodle who peddled carbon credits and committed various liberoid frauds.
Don´t you wish you were living The Dream like algwhore-zero.... ? (j/k)...
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Good stuff from Jonathan Turley at today’s House hearing on executive power, although I regret that I couldn’t find a more user-friendly format for you to watch. There’s no compilation clip; you’ll have to make do with the C-SPAN embed by fast-forwarding to the time cues I give you and being patient while the vid buffers (and buffers, and buffers).(Snip)That brings us to point two: Even if Congress can’t stop Obama, the courts can. The problem there, though, says Turley, is that O and the DOJ have argued successfully in many cases that no one has standing to sue him
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