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Thank Goodness He's Not in the Senate! Jack Conway Reflects on Aqua Buddha

Conway reflects on ‘Aqua Buddha’ ad, says it ‘went against his gut'
...squirming all the way


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what a waste of time.

Won't get those 5 minutes back lol

..should of went with my gut. ;)

donvino

If you can't tell Jack Conway is ON something in this interview

then you can't see very well. His movements are jerky and lethargic at the same time. Watch his muscle inflections. He is apparently one of his brother's customers, because to me it seems like he is on crack, literally. Normal people don't jerk their body movement like this.

Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must. like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.-Thomas Paine

The R3volution requires action, not observation!!!!

who's hitting the aqua buddha

who's hitting the aqua buddha tonight!

Open your mind and watch this

Open your mind and watch this 5:17 clip and what will strike you hard through the words he speaks, through his meandering and fidgeting and constant strategic references, is Jack Conway, in his soul, wanted to go to Washington to BE something, not to DO something. In troubled times, phony politicians lose, and -wow- is this guy a phony. I can have honest disagreements with candidates of all stripes, but Mr. Conway here is just another Narcissus.

10-15 million more voters need to believe in non-interventionism (liberty) at home and abroad to change America. Minds changed on Syria. Minds changing on privacy. "Printing money" is part of the dialogue. Win minds through focus, strategy.

..and he sickens me even

..and he sickens me even more, watching this..

He seems like a sad man/child.

It really is a blessing to Jack, too, to not be in the Senate. He would be so dangerous with power and influence at that level...dangerous to his own soul.

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What a great observation

What a fascinating video.

He never took responsibility for anything. Even at the end, he says, "I never should have been put in that position where I would have to make a decision so quickly..." or words to that effect about the Aqua Buddah ad.

It was very depressing in a way, and very sad.

Yes, a very insecure boy/man. Can't say he was wrong, can't take responsibility. Makes up a lie about it, drones on and on about it...

Pathetic, really.

But the power wouldn't be dangerous just to him. Everyone is susceptible. No one gets a pass. Look at what it did, even to Frodo.

He's the man.

Thanks, I don’t want to make fun of him

It really is a sad and disturbing thing to watch. And you are so right about everyone being susceptible and even guilty of this, from time to time. Many of us are blessed with a humble situation...many of us would be monsters, if blessed with a super model's physique.

Would someone consider adding that scripture under the video?

"For what will it profit a man if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul?"

Thanks claburne for the scripture idea, below!

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Yes, you're exactly right.

Yes, you're exactly right. That's one of the more meaningful posts I've read in awhile.

What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world, and loses his soul?