As my readers know I've written passionately and extensively that Donald Trump (still greatly underestimated by Democrats) is the Republican FDR - without the New Deal. And that when he leaves office in 2025 he will have created a new epoch in American political history just as FDR did. I've written that there are signs indicating Trump's great FDR-like destiny: that he was the 7th New Yorker after FDR to become President; that his victory on November 8, 2016 landed on the 84th anniversary of FDR's defeat of Herbert Hoover; that Trump's parents Fred and Mary Ann were married in New York in 1936, the year FDR was elected to a second term; and that both died in New Hyde Park, New York, FDR's birthplace.
Trump and his parents.
I also wrote that when the President's parents died (Fred in 1999, Mary Ann in 2000) Bill Clinton (born like Trump in 1946) was President and in his second term; and I wrote that during that term Clinton appointed Trump's sister Judge Maryanne Trump Barry to the US Court of Appeals. Oddly, and perhaps prophetically as a sign for her brother, Maryanne was born in 1937, the first year of FDR's second term.
Moreover, on FDR's anniversary of winning the presidency when the 70 year old Donald Trump beat Bill Clinton's wife it was 577 days from April 12, 2015: that was the day Hillary kicked off her second ill-fated presidential campaign; it was also the 70th anniversary of FDR's death (see) apparently anticipating her defeat, and the death of New Deal liberalism (see).
And now knowingly or not President Trump picked for his first State of the Union address a day with great significance in the life of FDR: for tomorrow January 30th is the 136th anniversary of FDR's birth - auspicious for a successful first term, Trump's unthinkable reelection and an epoch-making presidency like FDR's.
But the big question is this: will Joe Kennedy praise President Trump for his across the board, top to bottom "supply-side," "trickle down" tax cuts for the rich, middle class and corporations? For these are the same cuts based on the same theory of stimulating economic growth made by his great-uncle John (see video above) - cuts that increased the wealth of his family, his crooked, mob-tied millionaire grand dad, and boomed the economy for all Americans (resulting in a landslide election victory for LBJ in 1964).
Oh wait! Rep Joe, hailed as the "champion of the middle class" voted against Trump's Kennedynomics, middle class boosting, pro-growth cuts. In other words, this poor leftist fool (not a sensible centrist liberal like his great-uncle) is going to rebut Trump's economic policies lying that they're a bad deal for the middle class, economic growth and will only benefit rich folks like himself. In other words, just a week after Chuck Schumer's government shutdown fiasco (and with JFK rolling in his grave) Joe Kennedy III is going to give us the spectacle of another Democrat clown show.
After Trump's SOTU and Joe Kennedy's rebuttal it will become clear to the American people that there is far more of JFK in Donald Trump than there is in little leftist Joe.
(repost from March 26, 2017)
Before Joe Kennedy tears into President Trump perhaps he should first read this:
Well, as you can see, I greatly underestimated just how great a fool Joe Kennedy III would make of himself when giving his response to Donald Trump. He appeared like a drooling, slobbering, moronic 90 lb frat boy (not just drooling but frothing like a rabid dog) compared to a 900 lb home run hitting gorilla. It was the worst most ineffective response to any SOTU delivered by any respondent of either party in U.S. history. In short, it wasn't worth spit.
To be fair little leftist anti-Kennedynomics Joe claims it wasn't drool that was slobbering from the sides of his mouth. It was "Chapstick." Or did he mean to say 'Chappaquiddickstick?' He was speaking in front of a wrecked car.