Monday, May 22, 2017

In or Out?


In 1959, Joseph P. Kennedy transferred $4 billion into a series of family trust. Since then, instead of investing the money and running businesses, his children and grandchildren have spent it. That is why they sold the Merchandise Mart. There is now only about $100 million left. Since none of legatees work or even know how to work, divided among 65 people, there's not enough to be running political campaigns. 

And so will soon end the Kennedy era. 


Anonymous said...

A businessman.

Anonymous said...

A businessman in need of an orthodontist

Anonymous said...

No President Trump is a businessman who has been successful to the tune of $8 billion dollar or so net worth....this guy is as the paragraph above indicates...NOT a business man. A self entitled elitist like the rest of the Democrat Party.

Anonymous said...

A big political name is now in the race for Illinois governor.

Democrat Chris Kennedy – businessman son of the late Robert Kennedy and nephew of John F. Kennedy – on Wednesday announced he will run in a field that already has one declared candidate.

It is the Kenilworth resident’s first run at an elected office, but as CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports, Chris Kennedy says he’s ready for the job.

“I have a long track record in both business and on the verge of politics as well, and the intersection of where our economy and where our government meet,” he says.

Anonymous said...

How not to conduct yourself.

Anonymous said...

Sick family poor Rosemary her father Joseph forced her to get a lobotomy she was disabled the rest of her life because of it.

Anonymous said...

After the lobotomy, it quickly became apparent that the procedure was not successful. Kennedy's mental capacity diminished to that of a two-year-old child. She could not walk or speak intelligibly and was incontinent.

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