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Skip to comments.Kennedys shaken as GOP eyes R.I. too
Posted on 02/05/2010 5:34:10 AM PST by radioone
The Kennedy political dynasty is shaking in the aftershock of U.S. Sen. Scott Browns earth-shattering election, with a new poll showing U.S. Rep. Patrick Kennedy losing ground as he faces a well-financed GOP foe backed by Browns top strategists.
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If only. That guy has to be the least qualified, least competent member of the US House evah.
What, the peasants of RI are tiring of their stupid elitist druggie Kennedy prince as a representative”?
He had a powerful uncle, so people thought he might have some influence for certain things. But that's gone now, so Patrick's time is over.
Old man Joe Kennedy was as tough, smart, shrewed as they come. JFK, Bobby, although not as much were smart. Ted was the Fredo of the brothers. The rest have been drunks, druggies, soft, weak, losers.
Time to sick the wolves on Patches, the limpwrist, dress wearing, closeted, pill junkie drunk.
It keeps getting better and better folks! The numb brained morons who kept electing these fools are beginning to come out of their coma.
Right up there with Sheila Jackson Lee and whatever the name of that other one for Georgia (although I think she was given the boot). I could probably name a few more extremely worthless critters.
Hard to believe RI voters keep sending this drunken lout in Washington over and over.
Kennedys shaken, not stirred.
but...but...but...this is a kennedy seat.
Mr. “I never worked an F’in day in my life” might actually have to get a job? Well, probably not, but at least seeing him booted out of congress would be a thrill in and of itself.
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