Posts Tagged ‘Ted Kennedy’

Ted Kennedy Slept with 1000 Women

October 8th, 2009 Matt Comments

Read more at the Cleveland Ledger.

Also, September 2009 was Ted Kennedy’s longest sober period.

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More on Ted Kennedy

August 29th, 2009 Matt Comments off

Ken Blackwell on National Review spoils this sickening media lovefest of a philandering murderer:

We should pass Obamacare as a tribute to the Senate’s liberal lion, they tell us. And Ted Kennedy was the most liberal of the lions. He challenged President Carter from the far-left wing of a left-liberal party. He demanded taxpayer funding of abortion. He opposed low-income parents’ choosing safe and effective schools for their kids. He fought welfare reform — a reform that affirmed dignity, marriage, and work. He degraded the process of judicial confirmation, mauling Robert Bork and every constitutionalist nominee since. He fought to end true marriage — and marriage, not welfare, is the greatest boon to the poor. If we do pass Obamacare, it will achieve Ted Kennedy’s cherished goal of a government of the liberals, by the liberals, and for the liberals. If it’s lions versus Christians, I’ll stand with the Christians.

And I saw on another Ohio liberal blog that Kennedy was the leader of the anti-Reagan movement during the 1980s. This I do not deny, as Kennedy was so eager to politically harm President Reagan that he was willing to become a traitor and worked with Yuri Vladimirovich Andropov, who served as the General Secretary of the Communist Party in the Soviet Union.

Also, Buckeye State Blog has no reason to be upset about Ohio Sen. Tim Grendell’s comments about Chappaquiddick. Apparently, Sen. Kennedy LOVED joking about the situation:

And maybe Mary Jo Kopechne would think Kennedy was worth dying for.

Ted Kennedy Waited Nine Hours Before Reporting the Crash

August 27th, 2009 Matt Comments off

RIP Mary Jo Kopechne.

I wonder if this was part of his 10 page letter to Pope Benedict?

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Mike DeWine Gushes Over Ted Kennedy

August 27th, 2009 Matt Comments

He wrote a long column in the Dayton Daily News about how wonderful Sen. Kennedy was. This passage jumped out at me:

He taught me persistence — not to go away, to keep coming back. You may only get one-third of the loaf in the first go-around, but that’s OK. You have to be in it for the long haul and come back the next year for another third.

Translation: Sen. Kennedy taught me that when you can’t remain in the US Senate after spending YEARS there damaging the Republican brand, come back for 1/3rd the loaf (run for Attorney General) before getting the full loaf (becoming Governor).

It is obvious that the DeWine pest won’t go away, but who knew we had Ted Kennedy to blame for his persistence?

Considering their close friendship, I wonder if DeWine ever joined Kennedy for dinner and a waitress sandwich.


August 26th, 2009 Matt Comments

On July 18, 1969, Mary Jo Kopechne died at the age of 28.

Update: This afternoon on 610 WTVN AM in Columbus and 1100 WTAM AM in Cleveland, Ohio Senator Tim Grendell summed it up in one sentence. (Click here to listen.)

And let’s not forget his “In Robert Bork’s America” speech:

Robert Bork’s America is a land in which women would be forced into back-alley abortions, blacks would sit at segregated lunch counters, rogue police could break down citizens’ doors in midnight raids, schoolchildren could not be taught about evolution, writers and artists could be censored at the whim of the Government, and the doors of the Federal courts would be shut on the fingers of millions of citizens for whom the judiciary is — and is often the only — protector of the individual rights that are the heart of our democracy… President Reagan is still our president. But he should not be able to reach out from the muck of Irangate, reach into the muck of Watergate and impose his reactionary vision of the Constitution on the Supreme Court and the next generation of Americans. No justice would be better than this injustice.

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