Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Best part of the DNC yet: Video of the late great Ted Kennedy vs. Mitt Romney

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September 4, 2012

The Democratic National Convention is energized, with each speaker sending a profound message to the masses: We are all equal. Cory Broker stepped up to the mic stating his message, “And when your country is in a costly war, with our soldiers sacrificing abroad and our nation facing a debt crisis at home, being asked to pay your fair share isn’t class warfare—it’s patriotism!” Later, in a stunning move, a video played as a tribute to the late great Senator Edward Kennedy (D-Mass) —  using clips from Rommey’s losing 1994 campaign against Kennedy for the Senate. This amazing smack down highlighted Mitt’s duplicity, which knows no bounds.

Multiple Mitt ran against Kennedy for the Senate, and not much has changed since — with the exception of Romney’s views every other day. Mitt’s Etch-A-Sketch must be schizophrenic by now.


Here at FreakOutNation’s super-secret headquarters, we’re all glued to the livestream of the Democratic National Convention. But, my browser kept crashing, so Freak’s admin @ComgenKDT (aka: Mr. Sweetie) caught the video. Big thanks Mr. Sweetie!