REPORT: Swalwell jokes about ‘bad decisions’ after yearbook photo resurfaces

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Rep. Eric Swalwell joked Wednesday that he had made some “bad decisions” in his life after an old photo of the California Democrat resurfaced revealing his past bleached-blonde look.

Dubbing himself a member of the “#BleachBoys,” Swalwell responded to MSNBC’s Kasie Hunt who retweeted the photo and quipped that the 1990s were a “rough decade” for many.

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“All of us make bad decisions in high school. Sometimes those decisions involve bleach. I swear there were others…,” Swalwell quipped.

Swalwell, a 38-year-old four-term congressman, has said that he is considering a run for the presidency in 2020.

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  1. Xerxes Aryan Sarfaraz March 14th, 2019 at 1:28 am

    …We cannot be intelligent by merely substituting one government for another, one Party or class for another, one exploiter for another. Bloody revolution can never solve our problems. Only a profound inward revolution which alters all our values can create a different environment, an intelligent social structure, and such a revolution can be brought about only by you and me. No new order will arise until we individually break down our own psychological barriers and are free. On paper we can draw the blue-prints for a brilliant Utopia, a brave new world; but the sacrifice of the present to an unknown future will certainly never solve any of our problems. There are so many elements intervening between now and the future, that no man can know what the future will be. What we can and must do if we are in earnest, is to tackle our problems now, and not postpone them to the future. Eternity is not in the future; eternity is now. Our problems exist in the present, and it is only in the present that they can be solved….


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