Stand by for the JFK Library to give its next Profile in Courage Award® to Mitt Romney.
The John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award was created in 1989 by members of President Kennedy’s family to honor President John F. Kennedy and to recognize and celebrate the quality of political courage that he admired most.
The award recognizes a public official (or officials) at the federal, state, or local level whose actions demonstrate the qualities of politically courageous leadership in the spirit of Profiles in Courage, President Kennedy’s 1957 Pulitzer Prize-winning book, which recounts the stories of eight U.S. senators who risked their careers by embracing unpopular positions for the greater good.
“Risking his career” is quite possibly an appropriate descriptor for Mitt Romney’s signing on the chorus of Dems who think a Republican president should grant immunity from prosecution to any Democrat who is running against him. Investigating the Ukrainian “foreign influence” in the 2016 campaign ought to be off limits because Joe Biden is running for president, while Robert Mueller’s unsuccessful attempt to uncover Trumpian “collusion” in Russia’s “foreign influence” on the 2016 election is the height of patriotism. Or something.
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