17 Burst results for "Kennedy Esque"

"kennedy esque" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:52 min | 11 months ago

"kennedy esque" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"kennedy esque" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy esque" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Seven seven forty nine Steve is how you weigh in on the conversation. I mean just to follow up as based on what I was talking about before break. I mean, look at the way, the Obama administration, even handled Iran, I mean, think about that think about how they handled Iran, and what they were doing and how they were doing the, you know, the, the way they were dealing with Iran, even during the campaign even during the last two years of the presidency. Think about that for a moment. Think about that. I mean I it's it's incredible to me. That people would absolutely consider consider one of these lunatics. Look, I'm not against a democrat that shows themselves to be conservative in of the people, and has a good idea and great vision. But fringe you're gonna tell me this is what we have these the bunch of characters floating around is really what we have. That's what we see is leadership. And oh, the impeachment thing we gotta impeach. Let's impeach. We've gotta just pay him. I mean that, that song has been sung. You gotta stop. The dangerous situation that we're facing right now in America. No one wants to talk about evil not. Let's not talk about ego now it has nothing to do with evil. Steve. I don't wanna talk about you. There's no such thing. There's no God. There's no devil. I don't wanna talk about evil. I don't want to talk about this. I just want to talk about politics. I just wanna talk about the politics of the country. That's all just the pilots of the country. And I say to you. That's not a fundamental part of it. You're gonna tell me that there's not a good versus evil situation on right now in America. Are you gonna tell me that come on now? Come on. Of course, there is again. Look at what we had over an eight year period. In the White House. And for Joe Biden to go up there and say, we've gotta fix America. It's broken. We've gotta fix. Bumbling, joe. You've been a Senator for how long? Prior to that. You're a congressman you've been in and around Washington, for forty years, dude. You're part of the problem that, that, that we need to fix. This is what's incredible. To me. This is what is absolutely incredible to me. It's absolutely incredible. Joe biden's. Now, the guy that's gonna fix the broken problem. When he's part of the broken problem. I think it's time we keep electing outsiders. We'll Steve what beta will work is he's an outsider. No. He's a guy that doesn't even know who or what he is. And please don't tell me he's Kennedy esque. I heard someone say that the other day, almost maybe Kennedy esque. Absolutely incredible incredible. That people believe these things, I don't think I'm convinced producer ain't no one reads. I'm convinced when reads, I'm convinced that no one gets stimulated by facts that everybody wants a fallacy. What you want me to talk about Muller? Talk about the mole report and Bill bar and why. Why do we want to discuss this continued witch-hunt we know the president is innocent. We know he didn't collude. We know there is no obstruction. We know Komi and Clapper and Brennan. And molar and many of the other flunkies in the DOJ in and around the, the deep state, perpetrated this hoax, we have Bill bar on sixty minutes saying enough is enough. We're investigating. Are we gonna talk and debate about this until we're Naasi aided, or we're gonna basically be grownups and face effects? This is what is the concern to me is the media does such a good job of distraction that we actually talk and debate about things that really shouldn't even be discussed anymore. As opposed to actually talking and debating about the things that they're trying to sneak in or take away from you like a thief in the night,.

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"kennedy esque" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:38 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy esque" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Heard in the Gaza Strip early Friday Palestinian witnesses said Israeli planes bombed to HAMAs security positions in the south and north of the territory Israeli army confirmed that it was attacking what it called Tara sites in Gaza hours after it said two rockets were launched from the enclave in the Tel Aviv area. That's all we know. Right now. We'll keep an eye on this, ladies and gentlemen. All right. I know you've all been waiting for this. Beato dork. Or is it Bego dork? Robert francis. Oh. A man of many names a man of. Many of us. He announced for president today. Ladies and gentlemen. A man who was convicted of a DUI, isn't that? Right. Mr producer. Which makes him Kennedy esque, doesn't it? Like, a Kennedy Camelot. Bego rorick. Ladies and gentlemen, aka Robert Francis dork. Cut seven go. This is a defining moment of truth for this country and for every single one of us now, wait a minute. What's the defining moment of truth for this country and every single one of us? Do you have a defining moment of truth or something going on, Mr. producer? What's the city? I mean, what's beta talking about? Go ahead. Please challenges that we face right now, the interconnected crises in our economy, our democracy and our climate wait a minute the interconnected crises of our economy, our democracy and our climate. Wow. I haven't read such brilliant words or heard them since the last time I cracked open a fortune cookie. Go ahead. Been greater and they will either consume us. They will Ford us the greatest opportunity to unleash the genius of the United States of America eight oh, I must confess. I have no idea what you're talking about. What are you talking about? What are you going to consume us or give us the greatest opportunity? Tell us. What is it not following? Go ahead. Other words this moment of peril produces perhaps the greatest moment of promise for this country. And for everyone inside what moment of peril. The interconnecting of the economy. Climate and what was the other one? I can't remember it's been such a parallel on my mind is frozen. We have the greatest moment of promise for this country, and for everyone inside ever ever and Bego dork going to ensure it that this is the greatest moment or the worst moment vote for me. It's the greatest moment or down vote for me. It's the worst moment. Go ahead. Can begin by fixing our democracy and ensuring that our government works for everyone and not just for corporation. What does that mean that our government works for everyone and not just for corporations? What does that mean? The government doesn't work for me. It steals from me. But it's supposed to work for everyone. What's not working as a working for you? Mr producer. I feel like there's some of us who are carrying the load in some of the people who are load. So how can it work for all of us every one of us and not just for corporations Mayanja? Go ahead. We can invest in the dignity of those who work and those who seek to work. How do you invest in dignity? What does that mean? I'm sorry. This is like a third grade English paper, we can invest in the dignity of those who work and those who seek to work invest in the dignity. What does he mean by that? I have no idea does anybody know what by having open borders, and our legal aliens commit isn't this the the one man brain trust. Who said we ought to take down the barriers we already have. Well, then how will we be able to invest in the dignity of those who work in those who seek to work. Go ahead can ensure that every single American can see a doctor and be well enough to live to their full potential. Well, how are we going to ensure that every single American can see Dr are we going to enslave the doctors? How does this work? And well enough to live to their full potential. How can we ensure that people will live to their full potential isn't that up to the individual? Now does he keeps talking about we can do this? The government can do that. He never talks about the individual. He never talks about liberty. So that was forty five seconds of the great Robert Francis Speedo dork. He said absolutely nothing was absolutely incoherent. Which is why the media and Hollywood love him. They love him. He's like Kennedy with the DUI and everything else. Let's continue shall we? With Mickey Mouse. I mean veto Robert Francis dork. Go right ahead and all of us wherever you live can acknowledge that have immigration is a problem. It's the best possible problem for this country to have and we should ensure that they're well. Well, what is what does that mean? If immigration say problem, it's the best possible problem for this country. What does that mean? Does that mean, no immigration laws whatsoever? Then why have any tax laws? Why have any laws that apply to American citizens? Have. You're not gonna many laws that apply to immigrants are illegal alien. Why have any laws at all? We can have one big sanctuary country for the American citizen. What are you say guys? Is this guy a comic book character or what? He's got the brain of a three year old. Go right ahead. Please house to work to be with family and to flee persecution. We can always a minute. Wait a minute. I could've sworn the Democrats have told us. That America is a nation of systemic racism. We're poor people can't rise or rich people rip off. The injustice of capitalism. Sustain racism in our Justice system. Why would people flee persecution to come to a country where they'll be persecuted can somebody please explain that to me? Let's go back to Confucius. I mean, let's go back to dork. Go ahead to do. And lift up rural America, we can work on to lift up roller rural America how so. He doesn't tell us. We can listen and lift up rural America. What does that mean? It means nothing. He doesn't mean it to mean anything. He's a walking talking platitude. Gerrad ahead. Please Justice reform and confront the hard truths of slavery and segregation in. So it's never confronted the heart troops of slavery. Maybe he missed it. In history class we had what was called a civil war. Whether we're over seven hundred thousand cows, he aware of this. See where that his party helped perpetuate slavery and segregation. No, we've never confronted slavery in this country. Ladies and gentlemen, never ever. So what are we doing now about slavery? What should we do? What should we do about slavery? Now. I don't know. He doesn't tell us. It's not clear to me. Segregation suppression in the United States of America. All committed by the democrat party. And he forgot to mention internment of Japanese-Americans Americans of Japanese descent. Go ahead. He's United States of America. We can reassert our global leadership an end these decades long wars and be there for every woman and man who has served in them. And what does that mean? What does that mean? What are you going to do for every veteran every man and woman who has what are you gonna do? Excuse me, government, run healthcare. President United States has taken steps to open up the system Sar vets can have better quality healthcare, at least choices. What are you gonna do? Nothing. He's not gonna do anything. Go ahead. And perhaps most importantly of all because our very existence depends on it. We can unleash the ingenuity and creativity of millions of Americans who want to ensure slow. How are you going to do that since you hate capitalism? You hate individualism freedom. You believe in centralized iron-fisted autocracy. How are we going to unleash the creativity of millions? Go ahead. Confront the challenge of climate change before it's too late confront the challenge of climate change before it's too late. Ladies and gentlemen, we have got to destroy our lifestyles destroy our homes destroyed our automobiles destroy the greatness of America. Otherwise, it'll be too late. And we have to do it fast because we only have ten to twelve years to survive. Those of you have long term mortgages, you don't have to worry about them anymore. That's right. Those who have long term mortgages sit tight you want to pay me anymore because the country is going to dissolve apparently. Apparently. So. Dork wasn't done. He was in Iowa today. Cut nine go portion is on the green new deal invite central if you don't mind, I'll take a spirit of the question reface catastrophe and crisis on this planet even everywhere to stop emitting carbon today right now. So.

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"kennedy esque" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy esque" Discussed on WSB-AM

"All because I couldn't for why does the race the acts like he just walked out of some cleanroom. And I have here the evidence, it's an opinion. And by the way, there's there's a lie at the top of it is he doesn't. But as you say, the unfortunate, do it. Again, we talk about Justice. And today, we talk about racism, and I must tell you it gives me. No pleasure lie right there to tell you it gives him a great deal of pleasure to make up this accusation that I cannot prove. Now, Bernie, and I love I just love. I just love the fact that people just own things. This is not my opinion. This is a fact if I say it would slightly Kennedy esque. Tones. You see a lot of his preaching. If I say it why this. It is not an opinion. Fact, if I have soaring rhetoric what I tell you that the president of the United States is a racist. And through my great RS Hari. I have taken it from a simple opinion. Turned it into. Bona fide five such nonsense on hold on. There's no explaining. Bernie Sanders is calling every single person who voted for Trump a racist. Get to the bottom of it. Start the conversation there. Hey, left stop playing around. You don't hate Trump. You think he's a symbol? You hate the people who voted for Trump. So from this point forward. Let's just talk about that. The idea, you know, this is just anecdotal evidence in my personal life in my personal life amongst friends and family. The friend that has Trump's back. The most happens to be African American and not like, oh, he's he's a black conservative. No he voted for Obama twice. That's just anecdotal evidence. Does Bernie Sanders maintain that Eric's African American friends it.

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"kennedy esque" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy esque" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"To every person on the crew because you realized it's want an opportunity to shake every crew members hand look in their eyes. Thank them for the work. And wish them luck. Amazing. Every did this apropos nothing just wants to make people happy that's his coffee company. Yeah. Yes starts like you think about all the the actors who have started companies and made fortunes off. He started his coffee company and gives every sent back to the farmers in clump. Ethiopia who make the coffee in Rian riches their communities and build schools. These just he he's extrordinary. Did you know you give a little promotion this worthy cause of yours the front runner, which is a film? I greatly enjoyed he plays. Of course. Gary hart. This mentioned when I saw recently. I mean this again, roughly the same age, I think it was about twelve and eight twelve in eighty eight I'm not that bad a math. He was the front runner. Of course, very charismatic brought down by a scandal. Did you know you need a movie star for this kind of a role in new needed a movie star? But he just seemed kind of perfect. I mean, he was Is you know. a cosmetics. Similar and the right age and charismatic, and look I mean, we talk about the Gary Hart story, you have a guy who was going to be the next president United States. Right. These ten points. I had a George Bush twenty five points. Every democrat is ideas were big use smart. He was charismatic. He was Kennedy esque and in less than a week. He goes from being the presume next president to leaving politics forever. And as charming as a leader as he was using the Senate for two terms. This is gonna be a tough week. And I wanted to make sure the decency of Gary Hart echoed through even though we're covering these impossible weak, and I knew that the decency if you Jackman was going to find a way through in that performance. I'm sure you're being asked a lot about sort of like the meaning of this film in the time we're living in which crazy bizarre volatile political climate like when you were probably developing this sign on through shooting like you were in the throes of what we're experiencing the last couple of years degree. So I mean how much you're filmmaker. Like, I think most will makers often want to make a film for all times this time how much were you worried that this is either the perfect time for this film or the worst time for this. You know what I mean because day by day chain. You're right. I mean at one point things are like oh look at so relevant. And then next like, I could do it less relevancy. And I'm like anyone else. I wake up these days. I check my phone just go. Fuck. You know, I look around. I wonder how the hell did we get here? And I think every director is trying to figure those questions their movies, you go to a movie because you have questions you want to answer about your life about life in general. What the hell we doing here? Why did we get to this place? And and you also we wrote the script in two thousand fifteen right pre election. So this story already felt relevant then because it talked about gender politics at talked about the relationship between what is public life versus a private life? You know, what is the relationship between candidates and journalists, and when did that change, and it happened to be that this moment is one week? It was the first time a sex scandal took on potential president. And it was this beginning of conversation about gender politics. It was the first time that tabloid journalism. Just drove into the lane of political journalism to stay right at the moment when tabloid journalism was going from print to TV current. Fair goes on the television. And and the satellite truck has just been invented. And because the twenty four hour new cycle has been created to. Now, we are trying to generate more news. So all these seeds that lead us to this moment. So when the election happened, and and his closing speech. Suddenly, all this relevance is interesting about Gary Hart is that in his closing speech, which is kind of the best speech ever made odd. Same right?.

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"kennedy esque" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy esque" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Plus, you need to reach all the suburbs and the rural areas, so you're having to throw money in every direction, aren't you? That's exactly right. And and part of it is as you know, the mainstream media, I is going to do everything they can to stop. So every day or two you get this. Glowing profile of beta or rock their favorite advocate for him. By the way is Kennedy asked and they just does the profile. They're all rain with that. With that be Ted Kennedy esque. Well, the funny thing is to them. Kennedy esque is a positive. I you will appreciate this. Mark. Beethoven had Joe Kennedy come down to campaign for him. Go Kennedy's been down twice in Texas campaigning for both times. Vado had Joe Kennedy driving at and I joked is the first time in history anyone's ever asked the candidate. That's very good. Well, well, you don't want Beato driving giving his background. Do you? You know, it's I mean somebody had to drive so I guess I guess there was Joel stern. What's that? There is that. You're very you're very diplomatic. That's very good at the last days. I gotta tell you a joke. You're gonna like that I've been telling on the trail. Yes. The joke that's making its rounds on the internet, which which is it's an open letter to everyone in the caravan to the men and women marching north through through Mexico. And it's dear men and women of the caravan be advised that that we have identified homes that are willing to welcome you and to give you free housing to give you free bring healthcare to give you a free food. And each of these homes has helpfully self identified with a little black and white sign that says, Bethel and. If you see one of those sides, just go right up to it kick down the door because what they don't believe in walls. So don't worry about that door. Just come on and make yourself at home. I think that's a great idea. But American citizens must not do that just people in the caravan, correct? Well, apparently anyone can look if you just want. I mean, it's this bizarre notion of socialist, which which listen beta was running on socialized medicine. He's running on open borders, and we're saying the far left. You know, we're saying that who's resurgent, and it is a if you know anyone who wants to see the effects of socialism, look, no further than Venezuela. One of the wealthiest countries in Latin America bankrupted by socialism, as you know, my family knows it firsthand Cuba. Castro and communism utterly destroyed Cuban, and it's incumbent on all of us to make that case. Because you've got a lot of young college kids that are being Duke, they're being duped by Marxist professors. They're being duped by the media, and they're being duped by oh, look, how sexy of Arias and look down next debate or rock is skateboards. Well, how about instead of that we focus on we got the lowest youth unemployment right now today and fifty two years and got the lowest African American unemployment ever recorded lowest Hispanic unemployment ever recorded a Hugh now freedom works, but we gotta carry that message. I know you need to go soon. But also, I think this this explains things to. Rourke supported the embassy in Cuba, which is a genocidal police state yeti opposed moving our embassy in Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. You oppose the embassy in Cuba and supported us moving our embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Does that not of say at all? It says it all you, and I were both there Mark in Jerusalem when the embassy open, and it was a powerful. It was an amazing moment was an historic moment. And and and I will say listen roar caz among other things the most anti Israel record of any Democratic Senate nominee in the country twenty and twenty fourteen when HAMAs was raining rockets down on Israel Baidoa Rourke was one of only eight members of the house of representatives to vote against funding. Israel's iron dome missile defense system. It is a radical at extreme record on Israel. And for all of us who love Israel, electing the most anti Israel democratic nominee in the country would be a profound blow both to Israel and the United States. All right. So Ted Cruz. It's Ted Cruz dot org. Is that correct about that is at Ted Cruz dot org? Folks, all over Texas where everywhere in Texas folks, all over in Texas. We cannot afford to lose Cruz. Okay. He is the he is the the tip of the point of the conservative movement, certainly in the United States Senate, absolutely crucial. All you live in I'ts out there. It's a LeVine surge. Let's give them all the support. We can at Ted Cruz dot org. And all you live in Texas. Don't think somebody else is going to carry the ball here. We gotta be engaged voter votary. Tomorrow's the last day. The Senator said if you miss it Tuesday, but not just you three four five other votes. All right. Take cruise. We wish you all the best, my friend. God bless you, my friend. Thank you for everything you do each and every day you to God bless. Little footnote, of course, my stepson works on Ted's staff. But if you think that's why I support Ted Cruz when I supported him in the Republican primary long before that. You're dead wrong. I support Ted Cruz because I've always supported Tigers. I've known for a quarter of a century. What am I doing? Oh, let's see if I can find it here. But the oh there it is. You know, sleep can be a struggle. You might toss and turn or wake up overheated..

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"kennedy esque" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy esque" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"This is Recode media Peter Kafka that is me. I'm back. Thanks to him for your patients. I'm going to have more extended. Thank us at the end of this podcast. But for now to introduce you to chase and Reitman who has not one, but two films out this year one it's called tulley came out in the spring when it's called front runner, which should probably be out as you're listening to this. Welcome jason. Thanks for having me. Thanks for coming. You've made some my ever movies, which is what I tell most directors should come on here because that's true. Me me off. You know? Thank you for smoking. Young adult. Thank you. What am I missing missing a whole bunch up in the air up in the air makes me anxious which like it blocks it out because about losing your job or one of one of the plotline we made that movie in the midst of a recession. But when I started writing it we were in the midst of an economic boom. So when I wrote the movie the idea that he fired people for a living was kind of ironic, and then by the time we were making it to us and ten and shooting real. Yeah. We're shooting in Saint Louis and we're shooting in Detroit. There were two cities got really hit hard, Detroit, obviously, Saint Louis Anheuser-Busch planted close and ten thousand jobs or something like that were gone. And I remember my father came to me because he actually produced that movie, and he said, you know, you're capturing a moment you have to treat this realistically. And and that was the moment we decided what if we cast all real people who had lost their jobs and put them in the movie, and we put on an ad is that we were making a documentary about the recession. We brought it all these real people and we interviewed them and then took them through. In this role play where we fired them on camera. It's kind of unbearable even now to it's on that flex and it's also downloadable. So definitely has probably on my phone right now. Watching the scenes makes me really upset. And I guess I did my job. Right. So I will take that as a compliment. I'll talk to you little bit about Tony. But let's talk about front runners and says the that is that is the Gary Hart story, I think a lot of people who listen to this Tekken median politics will know, the Gary Hart story about want to give them the thirty seconds and ops. Yeah. Sure. We'll look they may not look I'm forty one years old. And when I heard a radio lab Senate around Matt Facebook on Gary Hart in the scandal. I didn't know the story. I was ten years old when this happened, and I was much more interested in the trajectory of the back to the future trilogy. And I was about politics at the time. Gary Hart, nineteen eighty-seven was the presumed next president of this country was ten points ahead of George Bush was twenty five point two hood of every democrat telegenic. I mean. Charismatic Kennedy esque and had big ideas. And look this is a guy in the mid eighty s he was saying this country is addicted to oil that addiction is gonna take us into the Middle East where we're going to encounter Islamic terrorism. And not know how to fight it. This is a guy who was ahead of everything and he had an affair..

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"kennedy esque" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy esque" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Been certain states that perhaps have been over covered in this election, or maybe the candidates odds have been amplified beyond what what we would sort of give them from a I guess a statistical look political rights, Texas has beta mania squire says he could be the next Obama Vanity Fair calls him Kennedy esque, it's obviously an interesting election because he has a democrat garnered a lot of enthusiasm in a deeply red state and for people looking at the demographics of that state and looking to see people aging into though. Voting whose parents were immigrants perhaps I'm thinking of the Latino population that state, so it's it's interesting for Democrats to see a rock doing. Well. But honestly, I mean somewhere like Tennessee, which is another deeply red state. Phil Bredesen who is running as a democrat. There is the former governor of the state, and I would say that the Democrats chances nastier much better than they are in Texas. So we have a little bit of a natural inclination towards a sexy headline telic candidate like Rourke. I did a piece on him. A couple of weeks ago and. Been my lead. I talked about the number of times he's been compared to a Kennedy people like assigning stories like that. But then you also have to say, well, let's talk to people about the actual demographics of Texas, and whether or not he has as good a chance as people might be getting the impression that he does in this me too era. One of the earliest narratives attached to the midterms was the year of the woman or doing a wonderful kind of documentary story about what's now being called the year of the women. It's being called a seismic shift. A record number of women running for elected office are a total of one two three four five six democratic women in the race. The last time that narrative was so pronounced was in one thousand nine hundred ninety two when in fact, the number of women in the house increased by double digits is this the year of the women floral for Democrats. So what is in fact, taking place, according to your numbers in two thousand eighteen so there are two hundred and thirty eight women running. In total. So one hundred eighty six Democrats and fifty two Republicans basically we determined if every woman who's currently leading in a district where to end up winning. There would be hundred women in the house and twenty four in the Senate, and that is an increased from the current count, which is one hundred and seven total women in congress. But I think we also have to note that some of those women will lose their races. And so the percentage of women holding seats in congress might actually not change all that much on the other hand a lot of these women who were running in primaries in particular because of this anti Trump sentiment that was sweeping the country were first time candidates, right? And what we do know is that the more comfortable that people get within the political system. Maybe the more likely they are to do better the next time. So while he might have lost this primary. They might have a better grasp of local donors in their district who to go to and hire the next time, they run a campaign. So while the percentage of women in congress may. Or may not shift in twenty eighteen it could have affects in the next couple of election cycles. But I think there's a difference between women running and women actually winning the seats and it being a quote unquote year, if the woman a handful of special elections have taken place over the last year has been characterized as a referendum on Trump on the fact that he's doesn't represent most Americans that his values don't line up with most Americans. How do you see the numbers on the Trump question so far in quite a few races candidates are leaning in even if they don't say Trump's name in their add their ads are kinda trumping I got a big truck. Just.

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"kennedy esque" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy esque" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sheets noticed this time around. I think that there have been certain states that perhaps have been over covered in this election, or maybe the candidates odds have been amplified beyond what what we would sort of give them from a I guess a statistical look political rights, Texas has Dato mania squire says he could be the next Obama daily fair calls him Kennedy esque, it's obviously an interesting election because he has as a democrat garnered a lot of enthusiasm in deeply red state and four people looking at the demographics of that state and looking to see people aging into those. Putting whose parents were immigrants perhaps I'm thinking of the Latino population that state, so it's it's interesting for Democrats to see a rock. Join well, but honestly, I mean somewhere like Tennessee, which is another deeply red state. Phil Bredesen who is running as a democrat. There is the former governor of the state, and I would say that the Democrats chances nastier much better than they are in Texas. So we have a little bit of a natural inclination towards a sexy. Headline a telic candidate like Rourke? I did a piece on him a couple of weeks ago. And then my lead I talked about the number of times he's been compared to a Kennedy people like assigning stories like that. But then you also have to say, well, let's talk to people about the actual demographics of Texas, and whether or not he has as good of a chance as people might be getting the impression that he does in this the me too era. One of the earliest narratives attached to the midterms was the year of the woman or doing a wonderful documentary story about what's now being called the year of the women. And it's being called a seismic shift record number of women. Running for elected office are a total of one two three four five six democratic women in the race. The last time that narrative was so pronounced was in one thousand nine hundred ninety two when in fact, the number of women in the house increased by double digit is this the year of the women floral for Democrats. So what is in fact, taking place, according to your numbers in two thousand eighteen so there are two hundred and thirty eight women running in total one hundred eighty six Democrats and fifty two Republicans. We determined. If every woman who's currently leading in a district were to end up winning. There would be one hundred women in the house and twenty four in the Senate, and that is an increase from the current count, which is one hundred and seven total women in congress. But I think we also have to note that some of those women will lose their races. And so the percentage of women holding seats in congress might actually not change all that much on the other hand a lot of these women who were running in primaries in particular because of this anti Trump sentiment that was sweeping the country were first time candidates, right? And what we do know is that the more comfortable that people get within the political system. Maybe the more likely they are to do better the next time. So while they might have lost this primary. They might have a better grasp of local donors in their district who to go to and hire the next time, they run a campaign. So while the percentage of women in congress may or may not shift in two thousand eighteen it could have effects in the. Next couple of election cycles, but I think there's a difference between win running and women actually winning the seats and it being a quote unquote year, if the woman a handful of special elections that have taken place over the last year has been characterized as a referendum on Trump on the fact that if he's doesn't represent most Americans that his values don't line up with most Americans. How do you see the numbers on the Trump question so far in quite a few races candidates are leaning in and even if they don't say Trump's name in their add their ads are kinda trumping I got a big truck. Just in case, I need to round up criminal illegals and take them home. Self build the wall, or we're going to deport illegals. Rhyme, Kim, if you wanna politically incorrect conservative last me, I think the reasons why some of these Republican candidates are perhaps trying to keep an arm's length distance from Trump is because there are certain traditional constituencies that are turned off by the president say college educated white women who might be sort of potable entity for Democrats. So the thing that people should keep in mind is is midterm elections. Even if the president isn't coming up in every single commercial that you see on TV, that's a political ad voters are inherently thinking about what is going on in the White House in every election, not just with Trump's election and you react to it. And you say, oh, I like this guy and his party, or I don't like this guy, and I don't like his party, and that might influence your vote elephant in the room one night say yes. Here's something else. One might say this November election is more important than any midterm in our lifetime. The stakes couldn't be every single election is portrayed as the most important election of all.

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"kennedy esque" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy esque" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Other tropes sheets noticed this time around. I think that there have been certain states that perhaps have been over covered in this election, or maybe the candidates odds have been amplified the on what what we would sort of give them from a I guess a statistical look political rights, Texas has Dato mania squire says he could be the next Obama daily fair calls him Kennedy esque, it's obviously an interesting election because he has democrat garnered a lot of enthusiasm in a deeply red state and four people looking at the demographics of that state and looking to see people aging into though. Voting whose parents were immigrants perhaps I'm thinking of the Latino population that state, so it's it's interesting for Democrats to see a work. Well, but honestly, I mean somewhere like Tennessee, which is another deeply red state. Phil Bredesen who is running as a democrat. There is the former governor of the state, and I would say that the Democrats chances nastier much better than they are in Texas. So we have a little bit of a natural inclination towards a sexy. Headline a telegenic candidate like Rourke? I did a piece on him a couple of weeks ago and. Then my lead. I talked about the number of times he's been compared to a Kennedy people like a signing stories like that. But then you also have to say, well, let's talk to people about the actual demographics of Texas, and whether or not he has as good a chance as people might be getting the impression that he does in this the me too era. One of the earliest narratives attached to the midterms was the year of the woman or doing wonderful kind of documentary story about what's now being called the year of the women. It's being called a seismic shift record number of women. Running for elected office are a total of one two three four five six democratic women in the race. The last time that narrative was so pronounced was in one thousand nine hundred ninety two when in fact, the number of women in the house increased by double digits is this the year of the women floral for Democrats. So what is in fact, taking place, according to your numbers in two thousand eighteen so there are two hundred and thirty eight women running. In total one hundred eighty six Democrats and fifty two Republicans. Basically, we have we determined if every woman who's currently leading in a district were to end up winning there be one hundred women in the house and twenty four in the Senate, and that is an increase from the current count, which is one hundred and seven total women in congress. But I think we also have to note that some of those women will lose their races. And so the percentage of women holding seats in congress might actually not change all that much on the other hand a lot of these women who were running in primaries in particular because of this anti Trump sentiment that was sweeping the country were first time candidates. And what we do know is that the more comfortable that people get within the political system. Maybe the more likely they are to do better the next time. So while he might have lost it this primary. They might have a better grasp of local donors in their district who to go to and hire the next time, they run a campaign. So while the percentage of women in congress may. Or may not shift in two thousand eighteen it could have affects in the next couple of election cycles. But I think there's a difference between women running and women actually winning the seats and it being quote unquote year, if the woman a handful of special elections that have taken place over the last year has been characterized as a referendum on Trump on the fact that he's doesn't represent most Americans the values don't line up with most Americans. How do you see the numbers on the Trump question so far in quite a few races candidates are leaning in and even if they don't say Trump's name in their add their ads are kinda trumping I got a big truck. Just in case, I need to round up criminal illegals and take them home myself to build the wall, or we're going to deport illegals. Rhyme, Kim, if you wanna politically incorrect conservative last me, I think the reasons why some of these Republican candidates are perhaps trying to keep an arm's length distance from Trump is because there are certain traditional constituencies that are turned off by the president say college educated white women who might be sort of potable entity for Democrats. So the thing that people should keep in mind is midterm elections. Even if the president isn't coming up in every single commercial that you see on TV, that's a political ad voters are inherently thinking about what is going on in the White House in every election, not just with Trump's election and you react to it. And you say, oh, I like this guy, and I like his party, or I don't like this guy, and I don't like his party, and that might influence your vote elephant in the room. One might say, yes, here's something else. One might say this November election is more important than any midterm in our lifetime. The stakes. They couldn't be every single election is portrayed as the most important election.

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"kennedy esque" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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04:48 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy esque" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"There have been certain states that perhaps been over covered in this election, or maybe the candidates odds have been amplified beyond what what we would sort of give them from. I guess a statistical look political rights Texas has Vado mania choir says, he could be the next Obama fair calls him Kennedy esque, it's obviously an interesting election because he has democrat garnered a lot of enthusiasm in deeply red state. And for people looking at the demographics of that state and looking to see people aging into those. Voting whose parents were immigrants perhaps I'm thinking of the Latino population that state, so it's it's interesting for Democrats to see a rock doing. Well. But honestly, I mean somewhere like Tennessee, which is another deeply red state. Phil Bredesen who is running as democrat. There is the former governor of the state, and I would say that the Democrats chances nastier much better than they are in Texas. So we have a little bit of a natural inclination towards a sexy. Headline a telegenic candidate like Rourke? I did a piece on him a couple of weeks ago and know. Then my lead. I talked about the number of times he's been compared to a Kennedy people like assigning stories like that. But then you also have to say, well, let's talk to people about the actual demographics of Texas, and whether or not he has as good a chance as people might be getting the impression that he does in this the too era. One of the earliest narratives attached to the midterms was the year of the woman or doing a wonderful kind of documentary story about what's now being called the year of the women. It's being called a seismic shift record number of women running for elected office. There are a total of one two three four five six democratic women in the race. The last time that narrative was so pronounced was in one thousand nine hundred ninety two when in fact, the number of women in the house increased by double digits is this the year of the women floral for Democrats. So what is in fact, taking place, according to your numbers in two thousand eighteen so there are two hundred and thirty eight women running in total. Oh, so one hundred and eighty six Democrats and fifty two Republicans. Basically, we've we determined if every woman who's currently leading in a district would end up winning. There would be one hundred women in the house and twenty four in the Senate, and that is an increase from the current count, which is one hundred and seven total women congress. But I think we also have to note that some of those women will lose their races. And so the percentage of women holding seats in congress might actually not change all that much on the other hand a lot of these women who were running in primaries in particular because of this anti Trump sentiment that was saving the country were first time candidates, right? And what we do know is that the more comfortable that people get within the political system. Maybe the more likely they are to do better the next time. So while they might have lost this primary. They might have a better grasp of local donors in their district who to go to and hire the next time, they run a campaign. So while the percentage of women in congress may or may not shift in. In two thousand eighteen it could have affects in the next couple of election cycles. But I think there's a difference between women running and women actually winning the seats and it being quote unquote year, if the woman a handful special elections that have taken place over the last year has been characterized as a referendum on Trump on the fact that he's doesn't represent most Americans values don't line up with most Americans. How do you see the numbers on the Trump question so far in quite a few races candidates are leaning in and even if they don't say Trump's name in their add their ads are kinda trumping I got a big truck. Just in case of need to round up criminal illegals and take them home myself. Build the wall or we're going to deport illegal Brian Kim, if you wanna politically incorrect conservative asked me, I think the reasons why some of these Republican candidates are perhaps trying to keep an arm's length distance from Trump is because there are certain traditional constituencies that are turned off by the president say college educated white women do might be sort of potable entity for Democrats. So the thing that people should keep in mind is is midterm elections. Even if the president isn't coming up in every single commercial that you see on TV, that's a political ad voters are inherently thinking about what is going on in the White House in every election, not just with Trump's election and you react to it. And you say, oh, I like this guy, and I like his party, or I don't like this guy, and I don't like his party, and that might influence your vote elephant in the room. One might say, yes, here's something else. One might say this November election is more important than any mid-term in our lifetime. The stakes couldn't be every single election is portrayed as the most important election of.

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"kennedy esque" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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02:36 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy esque" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"As who won the democratic primary in New York's fourteenth congressional district the age of twenty eight that's at nine. This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. Texas has fatal mania has choir says, he could be the next Obama Vanity Fair, call same Kennedy esque, the midterms are coming and therefore the press is rigorously guessing about the future WNYC in New York. This is on the media. I'm Bob Garfield, and why right-wing panic about outsiders at the border reflects relatively new fears creasing lead the concern outside of wartime became gets whereas till say the mid nineteenth century it had primarily been a question from Las trans rights initiative is on the Massachusetts ballot and supporters are going door to door. With a surprising message stakes are very high Massachusetts, anti trans activists all over the country can go around, and they say liberal Massachusetts doesn't want these protections. Why should we have them in Wyoming or West Virginia? Anywhere. It's all coming up after this. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer Caesar CEO who is suspected of sending explosives to prominent critics of President Trump through the mail may face up to forty eight years in prison. NPR's quil Lawrence reports. The investigation remains ongoing FBI director, Chris Wray said that a fingerprint found on one of the packages soon turned up a match with Caesar. Doc because the Florida man had a long criminal record that includes theft battery and making a bomb threat DNA from two packages. Also, matched Ray said the FBI's crime lab had found their man within thirty six hours of receiving the evidence, we see unbelievable work like this on TV and in Hollywood. But to see it up close and reality is something to behold, Ray, cautioned that more packages could still be in circulating. He said the packages did contain explosive material and should not be considered hoaxes, despite the fact that no one so far has been harmed. Quil Lawrence NPR news, New York asked again by reporters today about whether his own rhetoric has anything to do with the man accused of sending bombs through the mail, President Trump largely brushed off the comments after doting, it appears the suspect is an ardent supporter of the President Trump said he himself bears. No blame president also doubled down on his recent criticisms of the media's coverage of his administration been toned down. You.

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On The Media

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy esque" Discussed on On The Media

"Sweat the facts there are narratives to compare and electoral advantage to parse. It's been true of the bombs. It was true of Jamal Khashoggi's murder at the hands of our Saudi allies. It's true of the Honduran migrant caravan as the president prepared to both send troops to the Mexican border and halt the asylum process. The New York Times observed that his posturing was taking place, quote only days before the midterm election. Wins more of the same on NBC news. What does the rhetoric that? The president is invoking when it comes to this migrant caravan. What types of voters is it going to turn out or even turn because we the media also default to our assigned role, and we can't resist Aaron pulses either. Yes. At election time, the press seems less like an institution than an amalgamation of our own quirks, a biennial witness to this is Claire Malone. A fivethirtyeight pores over both the media coverage and the polls themselves I asked her apart from seeing all human events through an electoral prism, what other tropes sheets notice this time around. I think that there have been certain states that perhaps have been over covered in this election, or maybe the candidates odds have been amplified beyond what what we would sort of give them from a I guess a statistical look political rights Texas has beta mania Esquire says he could be the next Obama. Vanity Fair calls him Kennedy esque, it's obviously an interesting election because he has a democrat garnered a lot of enthusiasm in a deeply red state and four people looking at the demographics of that state and looking to see people aging into voter. King whose parents were immigrants perhaps I'm thinking of the Latino population that state, so it's it's interesting for Democrats to see a rock doing. Well. But honestly, I mean somewhere like Tennessee, which is another deeply red state. Phil Bredesen who is running as a democrat. There is the former governor of the state, and I would say that the Democrats chances in Estee are much better than they are in Texas. So we have a little bit of natural inclination towards a sexy. Headline a telegenic candidate like a rock. I did a piece on him a couple of weeks ago and. Been my lead. I talked about the number of times he's been compared to a Kennedy people like signing stories like that. But then you also have to say, well, let's talk to people about the actual demographics of Texas, and whether or not he has as good of a chance as people might be getting the impression that he does in this the me too era..

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600 WREC

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy esque" Discussed on 600 WREC

"To be back with you on this Monday, October the fifteenth two thousand eighteen and forced good morning. It is it's really really good to be back into to talk to you. And to see Sherry and to be back home in missed a lot last week tried to catch up as much as I could with limited. Internet access out on the water in you mentioned last hour that you had spoken by phone. I guess on on air with with Marsha Blackburn that race. She's in the lead right now are does she have any bones to pick right now with Phil Bredesen's. Or is it vice versa? What the status of that race? How contentious is that from from from from your point of view from talking with her last week? I I don't think it's any different than any other race. It's out there to be honest with you, maybe it's a little tamer. I mean, you look at the the commercials and Bredesen's running a combination of, hey, I'm Bredesen's, you know, good old country boy from Tennessee gonna take Tennessee values to Washington. And then he's also running some that are are going after Marsha Blackburn for her her ties to the pharmaceutical industry trying to. What was that? What's the catchphrase? She's been sixteen years in Washington DC. So she's I mean, he's what he's trying to say is without saying, she's part of the swamp. Donald Trump has talked so much about you know, in in Blackburn's campaign. They're using commercials to to go after Battiston. I don't think it's any more contentious than anything else northern what we would expect. We'll see what happens the these final days and weeks before the general election happens next month on November six so. But I mean, I think this is exactly I I think you're seeing a little bit more. We also talk last week with Chris McDaniel who's running for that Cochran sold seat in Mississippi. And then it gets a little more contentious between him and and the two other front runners in that race. But it's to be expected, Tim, it's politics. And I you know, what is it? I've said before if negative campaign negative advertising didn't work then politicians wouldn't do it. But obviously it works. Somewhere. Now, the one person who would argue with that would be Bill Lee who's running for governor, Tennessee, he no he ran a positive campaign in the gubernatorial primary, and I saw an ad over the weekend where he's still trying to stay that way. And I think Carl dean is for the most part I've seen, you know, Dane, run some ads where. It's talking about some of the things that that Billy has said in the debate. But. You know, you've got undecideds in both. I don't know if there's enough right now because Bill lease lead in his race is pretty big. And I don't know if the undecideds are big enough to turn the tide. You know, but what did we talk about a lot October surprise? I don't know if there's any that's going to happen here in this state. But you'll see it somewhere. You talk to Michael all last hour about Baidoa Rourke, and and Ted Cruz. If you read the media, and you look at the coverage you'd think beta O'Rourke is up twenty points in that race. Yeah. Well, he's not he's down. But I was reading a story this morning heats the next Kennedy. According to some out there. Well, he's gonna win the race. If he's going to be the next Kennedy. Yeah. But which Kennedy? Is he are we talking about John F? Kennedy went on to become president. We talk about Ted Kennedy who drove women off bridges. Yeah. I I don't know. I don't know what they're talking about. They're they're calling him Kennedy esque, and he's got to win this. When I and it would just be I I do think it would be a big blow if that seat flipped from red to blue especially with Ted Cruz who as you brought up to Michael all wanted to be president just a couple of years ago. The other big thing that's making news morning. The president sitting down with Lesley Stahl on sixty minutes on CBS. Have you seen any of that? If you read some of the quote to hurt any of it. I to be totally candid, I've I've heard a few clips from from that interview with from from Trump and stall, I've got mixed feelings on that. I thought some of the interview was was pretty hard hitting on some of the questions as it should be as a journalist. And then some of it she brought in her opinion almost like right off the bat when it came to global warming. Well, I don't care what you think about global warming. Lesley Stahl asked him the question, and we want to know what he thinks about that. And by the way, a majority of scientists when you've got thousands that say, no. But then you call it down to. A small sample that agree with you unequivocally. And then you say that ninety nine percent of these scientists are ninety seven whatever the number is. Well, yeah, when you cut out everybody else who disagrees with what the scientists say. But that's another. That's a whole other kettle of fish. But. Long short story made long. I've heard some of the but not all of it. Right. Well, here's what I'm tired of an install went after Trump. And that's fine. Sure. That's fine that she did it because he's a big boy, and obviously he can handle himself. I watched part of it. I didn't see it. When the aired it last night. But I watched some of it since then there's been some videos of it out there on social media and on YouTube. Even though I think some been taken down on YouTube. But there were still some there this morning. But here's what I'm tired of is that when you go after somebody where do you stand on North Korea? Here's the where do you stand on Putin? Where do you do this? And then you start defending yourself. You're then criticized for doing that Brett cabinet went through the same thing bread common all sent through set through hours of having his character assassinated through character assassination, and then he gets up there and spends an hour and some odd minutes defending himself and remember the, and then we're told he just doesn't have the temperament to be a supreme court Justice. See the way he reacted at least defending himself. He was doing what anybody was going to do. Well, the president had got contentious with Lesley Stahl at times because he's defending himself because she's throwing all of this stuff. And we know how he is. And I think that was part of her goal. She wanted to show him in a light where she thought the next day people go. Wow. Look at the president..

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"kennedy esque" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy esque" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty one air from us. Six hundred seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. I am talking about false heroes false gods. I've had enough of it in politics, and it seems like all that has ever done the current God do your is. And that's g this guy with a small G. Well, actually, according to them of the big gee beta Rourke running for Senate in Texas. You know, he's just a liar liar pants on fire. According to the Washington Post, and so I thought if we learned anything from the Cavanaugh hearings that we just absolutely can't have any liars in Washington. I want to hear your thoughts on this six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. Here's what the answer was in the debate. When they asked him if you try to leave the scene of his DWI, and here's the quote, this is a work answering. I did not try to leave the scene of the accident though, driving drunk, which I did is a terrible mistake for which there is no excuse or justification or a defense, and they will not try to provide one. Okay. So that's a lie. According to the not conservative Washington Post giving him a four Pinocchio is on that. And also. Yes. A four Pinocchio. And this was an incident that happened at three AM September twenty seventh nineteen ninety eight. And he was twenty six years old this happened in Texas. And he also said that he only had two beers in. According to the police report, he was at he blew a point one three six, and then a point one three four the legal limit in Texas at that time was point one zero the here later, it was lower two point zero eight maybe you wouldn't have gotten off if it were that level but six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. So they said that for his a male of one hundred ninety pounds as it was listed in the police report. A but alcohol concentration of that level is reached after six drinks ain't no way that he was blowing point one three six with two beers. So he's this Aligarh. All right. And so I wanna know like do we care? So we only care. So Democrats only care if it's when Republicans are lying and Republicans only care when Democrats are lying, and if we keep going on this roundabout, very tedious, very boring but incredibly dangerous merry go round. We're going nowhere fast. And when do we get off? And I say we get off of it. When we start when we the people start paying attention to real candidates who aren't raising thirty eight million dollars who aren't the darlings of the party. I want to hear from you six hundred seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. So this was the night of his twenty sixth birthday. And you know, I just twenty six years old. I mean, you know, what the average, you know, what the average age of the DD soldiers storming, the beaches of Normandy was it was a various, but on on some statistics twenty-six. Alright. So that's a standard. I'm holding people like beta Rourke. Two. And if you can't have it together at the age of twenty six now, I don't want you. And I want you in public politics. I don't care about second chances. I don't care about second chances until everybody who's a good boy and girl has their first chance because that's when we're actually going to get real leaders when we have the the sober literally intellectually, and literally and the people who show up every day for the jobs, the responsible people. Yeah. Maybe it's not exciting. I actually some of those people are very exciting in their own, right? But people if you keep falling for the following for the hero. Do your nothing is ever going to change. So and I mean on top of that his policies are atrocious. Yeah. I think you know, about ice and in favor of very permissive immigration. We can go all down the line. But right now when I'm talking about is this hero worship. That is just stoltifying our politics. Six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. And you know, people a low they've been thrown around the word Kennedy esque, and hey, I guess, you know, if you're a dangerous driver. Yeah. I guess you could be Kennedy-esque except for I guess, I don't know about the person he hit because he did hit a truck. And I only saw one reference to the victim that was hit. But I don't know what state. He was left in. There's really nothing about it. And that's interesting. How come you can't how come you can't do a search engine and find out what happened to the person he hit? And I guess the only thing lucky for that guy or or woman is that they're not, you know, Mary Jo Kopechne Eline dead at the bottom of the sea. But yet, of course, take Kennedy got a pass for that. And so many other for so many other things six seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. And I wanna hear from you hero worshipped politics. Can we please be done with it? And can we get two policy over personality? Six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine hundred nine ten thirty. I want to hear from you. Do you think this is just over the top and disgusting the way that most of the media covers our politics and is just getting us on a train to absolutely nowhere. And I mean, here's the biggest one of the biggest hero worship problems was our, bro. Bernie. You know, he he benefited from the biggest hero worship of all people. Always talk about they use that phrase rigged with Bernie Sanders, and I have said repeatedly, and I will say it again. And again until it gets through people's thick skulls is the election was not raked against Bernie, if anything the relax the election of two thousand sixteen and the democratic primary was rigged in favour four Bernie because he was allowed to be on the ballot without even being a democrat that's called being rigged in his favor. People misuse this word all the time. He was not banned or prohibited from having his name on the ballot in every state in the union understand what I'm saying he had access and voters had access to vote for him in each of the fifty states. There was no rigging. And the fact that Donna Brazile gave one question to Hillary Clinton. Which was stupid and uncalled-for ridiculous that it even happened. I'm against that too. But it was a question about water in a debate in Flint. Really? And that's you're standing for Reagan. You gotta go back to school on that one. Because it's just it's laughable so Bernie got to run as a democrat. And he's not even a democrat never did anything for the Democratic Party. And never, you know, that's though, he's independent. So what's the point of having parties? You're just going to let people like Bernie waltz in run on the party ticket. And I mean, there's a lot of things wrong with party politics. But if anything I mean, like, you should at least be a member of the party in order to run on the presidential ticket. Should you not? So. Enough with everybody feeling lake something was stolen from Bernie. It wasn't. He got his try. He got his try more than a lot of other people get who do the hard work and don't get access to the ballot. So bu but I think it's going to be funny in twenty twenty is that all like all this talk. All this talk about women, women, women and Democrats are the better party for women and Democrats support women, and I am going to laugh, my you know, what? Off when these new quote Rockstars like Baidoa Rourke and old Rockstars like Bernie Sanders float to the top of the pool catapult over all these women because the Democratic Party is not for women, and you're gonna watch all these people gillibrand Kamala Harris who else we got. Oh, yeah. Well, how could I forget Liz Warren, and they're all going to be overshadowed by the pros Baidoa roar and Bernie Sanders, and there's a couple other guys everybody's just salivating over. So it's gonna be fun. It's gonna be fun to watch. So and sad. I mean, I say fun sarcastically because it's really not that fun to watch a political party completely cater to the wims of the moment. And not have any serious policy. Discussions are. Have any new ideas that don't evolved something for free? Free meaning stealing from other people who actually work for a living six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty wanna to hear from you. If you want to vote for a hero is that what you want you want like these super these alleged superman and superwoman to save the day, or do you just want to elect politicians who will do the basic grunt work, you pass some decent legislative decent legislation and get the heck out and get out of our way. And let us live our lives and lower our taxes. So we can have the benefit of our work ethic and the benefit of our own work that we do that continues this system going because it's not the politicians. It's the actual working people who show up every day who are where they say they're going to be who take their responsibilities seriously. And when we do that, we very we need very little interference from the government. And the best way that we can proceed is. To elect people who have a track record of being honest in their business. They're honest in their field at the top of their field. You know, are basically the quiet men and women not quiet as in, you know, they don't talk. We just talked about that last hour, but quiet in the sense of dignity. You know, they do their jobs with dignity they show up. They take the responsibility. Seriously, they take care of their families. They take care of each other. And they never fail even when they're sick. Even when bad things happen. They persevere through life. Those are the people we want to send to Washington. I know I know I'm saying Mr Smith goes to Washington and all of that. And maybe some people think it's an idealistic cliche. But I don't I think it's actually possible evoke voters wake up and send real people to Washington instead of these heroes who are just full of it and pretty much big liars. Six one seven two four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty one here from you want to hear what you think of party politics. Are you in a certain party, a Republican and tired of the Republican? Party. Are you a democrat and tired of the Democratic Party? Are you thinking of unin rolling is this the moment to become independent? We're going to be back after the news. I'm marina Di Franco CBS news update on new week is about to start with a large part of the Florida, panhandle. Just about destroyed destroyed by hurricane Michael coming ashore, much stronger than expected as it exploded into a monster storm for governor Rick Scott, people didn't.

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"kennedy esque" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy esque" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Live here on WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty. Okay. Good. I our thank you everybody for your calls, and I'm going to switch topics now to false heroes, false gods and all things political parties. So I wanna hear from you six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. I'm going to start off with the false heroes. My current award to that would be to this person named a beta or Rourke if you haven't heard from heard of him, a probably haven't been watching. The super. Bloviating blathering media out there that has just having another love affair with yet. One more, bro. Who is just so cool. He's going to be the savior of the Democratic Party. And he's oh, so Kennedy esque, and it's really hard to keep down your lunch. When you read some of these articles, and I want to know few heard of this candidate what you think of him and the Suining that is going on over him six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. And then I'm going to open it up into a wider discussion political parties, and what you think the current state is of the GOP and the democrat party, and whether there is room for improvement. Obviously, I think there is a want to hear your thoughts on that. And I want to hear if you're thinking of unin rolling from your current party. Whether it's the Democratic Party or the Republican party. Thoughts on on whether that is a good idea. And as you may have as you all know by now, I was a democrat for quite a long time, and I and roll this year, and please no ion enrolled before the hashtag walkaway movement, which is which is great. But I was as always ahead of my time. And the only reason truthfully that I didn't unroll earlier had been thinking about it for the past year was to share mechanism of time because unfortunately, like most town halls across Massachusetts. They don't stay open when normal working people are available like that is after five o'clock and on weekends. So finally, my husband, and I made it over to town hall, and we did the deed so six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. If you wanna give a call in and talk about these issues, I definitely want to hear from you. So I'm gonna give you a little bit of an overview. And this first article a B really the title says it all, but I'll give you some more of it. It's it's from New York magazine. And so this is the kind of it kind of gives you an indication of the type of I can't call it journalism. Schlock? Would we want to call it slop, they're dishing out here's the title? This is from October twelfth actually a couple of days ago in praise of beta O'Rourke, thus sweaty man, seriously, that's the title, and basically just give you the the opening line democratic Texas. Senate candidate beta works wets in photos with supporters. The big of his shirt is always soaked embracing Willie Nelson at a rally he lists his arm to reveal a damp pet. He constantly looks like he should be wearing one of those Mylar space blankets that people. Get after running a marathon. Seriously, the hero worship about a guy sweating, and then the guy goes on. And apparently this writer is a writer for the Jimmy Fallon show. I believe as I suspect it out. So it's just sort of this this inbred completely insular class of all these so called smart people. Yes. That sarcasm. I don't think they're smart. But the problem is they're all in control of our lives. And it's this little coterie this little enclave between Hollywood and the media and the Democratic Party just. Shoving this hero. Worship in our face twenty four seven I find it really disgusting. And I find this picture of beta Rourke in his sweaty shirt. Really disgusting. I like, it's just it's just ridiculous. And then he talks about the writer talks about how sweating Nixon, and as we all know, the story people who heard that debate with Kennedy on the radio thought, Nixon one people who saw obviously thought Kennedy win Kennedy one and so- history. You know, went Kennedy's way in that instance. So I wanna know if you think this kind of hero worship, this kind of Uber. Cool portrayal of Paul political candidates is helpful. I think it's disgusting because well, they waste all of this ink on talking a beta work sweating. They can't be bothered to actually write substantive articles about candidates a real candidates who work for a living who oh, I don't know. Maybe have some good ideas. You know, probably the people who aren't the party favorite, probably the people who aren't raising. He raised thirty eight million dollars. And of course, the writer writes small donations, by the way, newsflash in Kennedy case of everybody doesn't get it already. When you do an average, and you say, oh don't average donation was twenty dollars. Yes. When you add up thousands of donations of people that gave two thousand and five thousand dollars, and then you throw all in the people of whom who gave five dollars. It's not the people who are giving five dollars who are deciding the election because obviously when you do the math that brings the average down. But the big donors are the ones who are giving the most of the money. It's just that's if we could just get rid of that fable in politics. I think that would be a big win six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. I want to hear from you. So contrast that right that. Thirty eight million dollars. Right. So that's not buying a Senate seat. I don't know. What is? But then juxtaposed that to this Email from Tim Ryan who is a democratic congressman and his he he quotes the Washington Post saying the GOP is buying the house literally now seriously, it's so you're going to sit there, and they're going to sit there and complain about people on the Republican side spending money and allegedly buying races. But then you've got Baidoa work who I'm sure wasn't raising thirty eight million dollars, grandma and grandpa on pension. It's ludicrous. They're all buying elections. Newsflash six seven two five four at ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. So this this article about sweaty man is just one of the one of the pieces. I mean, you can just Google or Rourke. And unfortunately, I I'm giving him publicity. I know by talking about him. Would they tried to have a? Pretty standard rule of not doing that. But it's time point we have to talk about how ridiculous these stories are. But the other part of his history that isn't getting highlighted is. You know, the guy was arrested for DWI. And then he lied about it. So in this whole Kerr in this whole is gonna say kerfuffle that's not the right word in this whole screaming match over the last two weeks about Brad Kavanagh allegedly lying about drinking in high school, and maybe in college in like everybody's like he's lying. He's fine. He's line. How come the standard doesn't also apply to a democratic candidate? I think we call that a double standard, and I'm not okay with that. And we're gonna go into some of these details a little more. But you know, it's bad when he was trying to back out of his claims when the Washington Post gave him four Pinocchio is calling him base. Big fat liar. And the of course, the Washington Post is the newspaper of record for the Democratic Party six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty A wanna talk about this. When we get back. I'm marina Di Franco..

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"kennedy esque" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy esque" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"We wanted to make sure the ANC mate for gun Gilliam because he going going and going down and get black people. Aw. Your dial and your money don't take what people's jobs, and then they're gonna drive why people's cars. Walk Vanua, PayPal straits and go to watt people movie theaters. We know the weed on them that they that. And I'm sorry, I'm using a southern accent? But he got into look race. You're going to be racist. Okay. Fucking no shade. Like straight on imagine that there's going to be a call to me. Like, hello. Hi. My name is Johnson peed. I wanted to make sure you don't over that black person. Now, that's not that they're not racist racist too. But generally the KKK now gonna be. Yeah. Listen, I don't know. No one's offended at all. They know. Well, it's up top slow people gave up. Would you use solar exit? Like, we're not all of them. Them. So now moving on to the next rate. So so Latino voters, I don't like using the word Latino, but I guess that's just I don't know. Why do you like using the money on just doesn't feel authentic? But Latino voters represent the fastest growing segment of the US population. Okay. They could seriously influence the midterms if they got the fuck out there and vote I don't know if they will everybody young people there's lots of sections of people that aren't voting, but Texas barf, and I get to say whatever I want about Texas. I've spent enough time I have enough Texas blood running through my damn bags. This is like the Israel of America. That's right. That's exactly right. So they Texas is basically forty percent Latino and still under Republican controls a possible. I mean, it is making history this year by sending to Latin women to congress, Sylvia Garcia, and Veronica Escobar. Now, she that her last name is Escobar amazing. Now, this is huge because Texas is the most gerrymandered state in the union, and is forty ninth in terms of voter turnout, forty ninth and how many states are there in the union fifty one. Something like that big. So let's just say, and that's just say, I think it might've fifty two or no Puerto Rico's not say, I don't know. Well, Puerto Rico, right, right? It's I don't know. We don't care we say fifty two but still it's in the fifties. Yeah. So that's that's like the last and population wise taxes, the biggest in the union exactly so population like lad is land. Right. That's fucked up. It's completely fucked up like almost everything else in Texas. So so the Texas race things bigger in Texas except for voting voter turnout. So you gotta get that together gerrymandered on lot. So the Texas race that's got everyone. Absolutely fucking shook is democrat fada Beto Beto over bay toe. I think it's better. Oh Beto, but we can say Bego who is trying to unseat the world's biggest asshole Republican Ted Cruz the world's biggest asshole, so ugly. So so ugly looks like an asshole. I mean, if you had to have sex with Ted Cruz or Mitch McConnell, what would you do? Oh now, that's hard. Wow. Oh my God. Then really you'd have to receive not give. Oh, my God Mitch McConnell because I could peg either one of them. But could of course, but we're saying you have to receive their penance now. Now, that's a hard one because Mitch McConnell's turtle penis is not that thing is flat permanently flaccid and that makes me want to. Far, so gross. But Ted well say this in a okay if in or get behind me, and I'm not looking at anyone's face or body or face. Well, I'm going to imagine that in a contest, even if Mitch McConnell took biogra- who's going to last longer as the question, and I'm I I'm going to say Ted Cruz was going to go quicker. You are a Mitch McConnell seems quite diabolical. So he's probably to figure it all out on. Okay. Well, beta or Mark is all over the latest news. So remember his name Vanity Fair? Just did a big story on him calling him Kennedy esque and the next Obama the author author of the peace Peter Hamby said this about beta Aurora you guys a quote. Yeah. Remember beta Beto, or at okay, don't forget this name kids..

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