Jack Kennedy

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Jack Kennedy (disambiguation)
... Jack Kennedy is a common popular reference to John F ... Kennedy (1917–1963), 35th President of the United States ... Jack Kennedy may also refer to Jack Kennedy (train robber) (c ...
Senator, You're No Jack Kennedy
... Senator, you're no Jack Kennedy" was a remark made during the 1988 United States vice-presidential debate by Democratic vice-presidential candidate Senator Lloyd Bentsen to Republican vice-presidential ... Jack Kennedy was a reference to John F ... Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States ...
List Of 1988 Swing States - General Election - Campaign
... Kennedy, who had also been a young political rookie when running for the presidency ... debate, Quayle said, "I have as much experience in the Congress as Jack Kennedy did when he sought the presidency." (Kennedy had served fourteen years in Congress to Quayle's twelve) ... running mate, Lloyd Bentsen, responded, "Senator, I served with Jack Kennedy ...
United States Presidential Election Debates - History - 1976 To Present
... Kennedy did when he ran for President in 1960 ... Bentsen countered with the now famous statement "Senator, I served with Jack Kennedy ... I knew Jack Kennedy ...
Senator, You're No Jack Kennedy - Legacy
... At one point, Bentsen, played by host Kiefer Sutherland, remarked, "I knew Jack Kennedy, I worked with Jack Kennedy ... I am no Jack Kennedy." Also in the Disney-produced film "George of the Jungle", during the wedding, Ursula's mother - pouting over multiple appearances of gorillas - complained to her husband, "Arthur ... citation of a policy taken by President Kennedy ...

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