If he were still here today, Bobby Kennedy would say to gun owners, “Nobody is trying to take away your right to hunt, to sport shoot, to defend your family. Cat I just baked you some poster. But we should take away the option to commit mass murder with killing machines, and without adequate background checks.” That’s what Emma did today. And that’s the kind of thing he did viscerally. I never saw anything like it. At our 50th reunion at Georgetown last week, I was trying to determine what to write in our memory book and I kept thinking about Bobby Kennedy. When he died early on the morning of June the 6th, two days before we graduated, one of my roommates was volunteering in his office Tommy Caplan’s here with me today.
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We stayed up to watch him win California, and then a couple hours later he’s on my bed beating on me, They shot him, they shot him. Cat I just baked you some poster. So, as I wrote about our college years, all I could think about was that in his campaign, Robert Kennedy said Tis not too late to seek a newer world. He loved Tennyson’s Ulysses. It was perfect. It was like, Hey, I’m a 42-year-old cool guy and young people can relate to me and we’re going to do great things. We can make America young again. Those of us who were there then were moved in many ways. I never forgot his example, nor did Hillary, who was proud to serve in the same Senate seat he occupied.