filner quoting ted kennedy 1980: "the work goes on. the cause endures. the hope still lives. and the dream shall never die." #filner
— RaoulFOX5 (@RaoulFOX5) August 23, 2013
“The dream shall never die.” Really:
I was at Madison Square Garden when Ted Kennedy said, in 1980 as he conceded to President Carter in the nomination for the Democratic president: “The work goes on. The cause endures. The hope still lives. And the dream shall never die.” Thank you.
Dreams of groping women? MT @jennymedina: Final words from filner: the dream will never die. Walks out w/standing ovation frm supporters.
— Abby Goldman Brody (@fbrodya) August 24, 2013
"The dream will never die" ? Like the dream where all women are free to work without the fear of being sexual harassed? Ok Filner.
— Marissa Regelin (@zzmarissa) August 23, 2013
Supporters gave Filthner a standing ovation.
Final words from filner: the dream will never die. He walks out of council chamber with standing ovation from supporters.
— Jennifer Medina (@jennymedina) August 23, 2013
Someone should ask Mary Jo Kopechne what she thinks of that. Oh, wait ….
Champion of Women? RT @hipEchik: Oh, Filner invokes Ted Kennedy. Not sure in what context.
— ScottO30 (@gscottoliver) August 23, 2013
As youngish pol in 1980, Bob Filner must've seen Ted Kennedy's "Dream Shall Never Die" speech & wondered how he could use that line someday.
— George Bennett (@gbennettpost) August 24, 2013
Bob Filner's rolling with the Ted Kennedy theme. Asked about future, he said, "I'll drive off that bridge when I come to it."
— Craig Elliott (@PepeLasVegas) August 23, 2013
— Michelle McCormick (@TexMex817) August 23, 2013
— Jason McGrath (@JasonMMcGrath) August 23, 2013
Another "hugger." “@JimPethokoukis: Perfect | Filner quoting [Ted] Kennedy: “The cause endures, the hope..lives..dream shall never die.””
— Roger Noriega (@rogernoriegaUSA) August 24, 2013