Robert Mickens, Elizabeth Alvarado, Evelyn Rodriguez and Freddy Cuevas react after being recognized by President Trump, during the State of the Union speech.
Kennedy was accompanied by officials from the city, as well as guests from the school and community. His colleagues, from Sen. "We are bombarded with one false choice after another: Coal miners or single moms". Rural communities or inner cities.
"The coast or the heartland", said Kennedy.
"So here is the answer Democrats offer tonight: we choose both", he said.
"We fight for both".
"The strongest, richest, greatest nation in the world shouldn't leave anyone behind", he said.
Speaking to a gathering of students and community members in a blue-collar MA town, Kennedy argued that working class Americans are victims of economic inequality.
Kennedy made sure he reminded listeners of the countless insults and attacks launched by the president since he took office.
Sanders, who also delivered a rebuttal to Trump past year, went further by saying that the president was papering over the real problems with the economy.
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You swarmed Washington a year ago to ensure no parent has to worry if they can afford to save their child's life. "To put it in a different way, that worker received a raise of a little more than $1.60 a week".
Mass immigration has come at the expense of America's working and middle class, which has suffered from poor job growth, stagnant wages, and increased public costs to offset the importation of millions of low-skilled foreign nationals.
Other State of the Union responders have attracted similar unwanted attention. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R-Wa., warned that the facts about the post-recession economy were worse than Barack Obama let on.
"A government that struggles to keep itself open", he said.
Soaring stock prices under Trump have boosted investor portfolios and corporate profits but failed to give workers their fair share of the reward, Kennedy said in his speech. "He has replaced equality with intolerance, replaced mutual respect with racism".
It is a fitting place to gather as our nation reflects on the state of our union. I guess the days when politicians used high-profile speeches to actually make detailed policy proposals are gone, if they ever really existed.
"I am proud to be an immigrant", said Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash. "We choose a better deal for all who call our country home".
All in all, a good night for the congressman.
And amid all the instantly-forgotten rhetoric was a hint at a future campaign strategy for a Democratic party in need of one.
Hatred and supremacy proudly marching in our streets.