HolyCoast: Is Stupidity a Genetic Flaw in the Kennedy Family Tree?

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Is Stupidity a Genetic Flaw in the Kennedy Family Tree?

Must be:
As gas prices continue to soar around the country, Joe Kennedy III, the Democratic candidate for Rep. Barney Frank’s seat, wrote an online letter to supporters calling for an end to “cheap oil.”

“Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama — they’ve all talked about the same thing: the need to wean ourselves off our debilitating dependence on foreign oil,” Kennedy wrote.

“The cycle that allows cheap oil to trump tough choices has to stop,” he continued. “Forty years is enough.”

In the week before Kennedy posted, AAA Southern New England reported that the price of gas in Massachusetts had risen a further two cents. The Worchester Business Journal reported that at an average of $3.899 a gallon for regular unleaded gas, the price is currently 24 cents higher than it was one year before.
And then there's this:
Though Kennedy has said that he is not running on his name — which represents a liberal political dynasty — critics have attacked him for not putting forth policy positions. His campaign website does not have an issues section.
This is looking like a repeat of Carolyn Kennedy's failed Senate run in which she wasn't able to give an intelligent answer to ANY political question. She was running purely on her name.

This guy is running on his name AND his family's dumb environwacko beliefs.  That's not going to be a winning combination.  Kennedy's seem to forget that most people don't have millions in inherited wealth and therefore actually care about gas prices.


Larry said...

If the Kennedys are so sensitive about the environment, then why do they insist on dumping their cars and planes in the Atlantic?

Nightingale said...

Kennedy's problem isn't stupidity, it's elitism. That miserable blighter probably hasn't written a check for a utility bill in his life; he's got "people" who do that for him.

Sam L. said...

Well, you do KNOW he's right. We do need to reduce our dependence of foreign oil.

Be really nice if a) he'd vote for that, and b) Obama would vote for that, but NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. Obama won't even consider that, except as an excuse to prolong his decision to say no.

A. Lynch said...

I voted for JFK and remember him as more of a conservative than most "conservatives" are today. It seems I have fewer conservative options each year.

Nightingale said...

Lynch is right. JFK cut taxes to help a then limping economy.

And it worked!