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I know what you’re saying but at the same time I find the underlying assumption of the question pretty offensive. I didn’t like the Kennedy family being considered “American royalty” and I have no patience for anyone who wants to award the same to members of the Bush or Clinton family. I much prefer someone whose earned it on their own. That’s the American way. I think the Kennedy fascination was mostly a Washington Post-Ben Bradlee-Sally Quinn fixation. Any Kennedy could get on the front page of the Post during Bradlee’s time as Post editor merely for crossing the street. And so many Democrats who were permanent DC cocktail party circuit goers also had the fixation so it lasted for a long time, very strongly in the media since so many liberal Kennedyites jumped back and forth between politics and journalism (also pretty offensive, but that’s another point). Frank Mankiewicz is a good example, as Bobby Kennedy’s press secretary during his campaign and later head of NPR. I found it more than revealing that so many in the Democratic Party readily accept this type of sense of someone having it owed to them due to birth, while the Republicans were quickest to reject Jeb simply because he was a Bush. I think it’s because they just want to win. In truth, George Bush really earned it on his own given that he was a two-term governor of a major state who’d put together (at least at the time) a very appealing approach to government (compassionate conservativism). As a UVA grad and an egalitarian, I follow Mr. Jefferson’s approach of meritocracy, and I feel it very deeply. So if someone from a name family puts themself forth for public office, they better damn well have earned that place and be fully prepared and know why they’re running, and how government works before I would even given them any