RFKjr doesn't have a fracking clue.
Looks like he found the aisle with the “Just for Men” hair products.
The Missus was watching the documentary on Ethel Kennedy the other night and I watched a few minutes of it before getting up and leaving the room. On the one hand you can take some comfort from the fact that with time and successive generations, their importance has diminished, become diffused. But you still have to marvel at how much these folks are deep into the 1% that is so often derided by the Democratic Party. In the documentary there was a lot of still photography and film from the childhood of RFK and Ethel (then Ethel Skakel). If you turned off the sound and just looked at the footage (including color movie film from the late 1930’s and early 1940’s) and you see all the still shots of their childhood years - that were clearly taken by professional photographers, you realize the lives of privilege they had, from the mere fact that these photos exist. Mere mortals have snapshots that Uncle Harry took at your 5th birthday. The Kennedy’s have photos taken by elite professional photographers, of all the normal elements of their early years. Old Joe sure knew the value of publicity images.
Really? Advice from the lucky sperm club
This is the same guy who was hitting up Hugo Chavez for free heating oil for his constituents, right?