Kennedy Has A Few Choice Words for Gov. Palin

RFK Jr.

RFK Jr.

 

GOVERNOR PALIN’S READING LIST

By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

Published today at the Huffington Post

Fascist writer Westbrook Pegler, an avowed racist who Sarah Palin approvingly quoted in her acceptance speech for the moral superiority of small town values, expressed his fervent hope about my father, Robert F. Kennedy, as he contemplated his own run for the presidency in 1965, that “some white patriot of the Southern tier will spatter his spoonful of brains in public premises before the snow flies.”

It might be worth asking Governor Palin for a tally of the other favorites from her reading list.

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4 responses to “Kennedy Has A Few Choice Words for Gov. Palin

  1. Amazing how many people fall for the lies too.

    Well, when your wife is a billionaire, I guess you can tell everybody else to go “eat cake.”

    What is amazing is the poor, not-too-educated folks all across the nation believe somehow, magically, that McCain would be any better than Bush.

  2. Jack Mosel

    “I’m loyal to the Democratic Party,” he added, “but I feel stronger about the United States and mankind generally.” RFK

    They got your number Bobby… We got theirs.

    Sarah Palin (who?!!!) you can’t make this s*it up… Better read all that you can before VP Palin starts pulling and burning books, like she tried in Alaska.

    Pale-in-comparison to anything WE need today. If she were ‘Robert Palin’ (1st term Gov. of Alaska) how different things would be..

    You can’t fix ‘dumb’… ‘dumb’ has to be hit over the head to get it right… We need a big stick I think, there’s a lotta dumb goin’ on.

  3. Jack Mosel

    He (Pegler) also said “I hope somebody shoots that son of a bitch”…

    I think Ms. Palin, owes a redaction or a retraction to her choice of ‘notable’ author’s whom she so easily opens mouth and inserts foot with… Are we to expect this sort of thing from her as our Commander in Chief? or even V.P? representing us to the rest of the world? If I can take anything away from “first impressions” of this ‘stellar’ selection for V.P. after what we’ve endured for the past 8 years from Republicans, I ask only can’t you do better than this?!!! For God’s sake put a dress on Romney! I’d Vote for him then!

    What a lughable disgrace and a sad sad state these Republicans are in if these are the best faces they put forward in these times… Wow.

    Bring on the V.P. Debates… bring ‘em on now!

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