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Posted: 10/20/2004 6:32:16 AM EST


I would have been 65 years of age this year.
Read about me and my killer below.

When Sen. Ted Kennedy was merely just another Democrat
bloating on Capitol Hill on behalf of liberal causes, it was perhaps excusable to ignore his deplorable past.

But now that he's become Sen. John Kerry's leading campaign
attack dog, positioning himself as Washington's leading arbiter
of truth and integrity, the days for such indulgence are now over.

It's time for the GOP to stand up and remind America why Sen.
Kerry's chief spokesman had to abandon his own presidential
bid in 1980 - time to say the words Mary Jo Kopechne out loud.

As is often the case, Republicans have deluded themselves into
thinking that most Americans already know the story of how this
"Conscience of the Democratic Party" left Miss Kopechne
behind to die in the waters underneath the Edgartown Bridge
in July 1969, after a night of drinking and partying with the young
blonde campaign worker. But most Americans under 40 have
never heard that story, or details of how Kennedy swam to safety,
then tried to get his cousin Joe Garghan to say he was behind
the wheel.

Those young voters don't know how Miss Kopechne, trapped
inside Kennedy's Oldsmobile, gasped for air until she finally died,
while the Democrats' leading Iraq war critic rushed back to his
compound to formulate the best alibi he could think of.

Neither does Generation X know how Kennedy was thrown out
of Harvard on his ear 15 years earlier -- for paying a fellow
student to take his Spanish final.

Or why the US Army denied him a commission because he
cheated on tests.

As they listen to the Democrats' "Liberal Lion" accuse
President Bush of "telling lie after lie after lie" to get America
to go to war in Iraq, young voters don't know about that notorious
1991 Easter weekend in Palm Beach, when Uncle Teddy
rounded up his nephews for a night on the town, an evening
that ended with one of them credibly accused of rape.
It's time for Republicans to state unabashedly that they will no
longer "go along with the gag" when it comes to Uncle Ted's
rants about deception and moral turpitude inside the Bush
White House.
And if the Republicans don't, let's do it ourselves by passing
this forgotten disgrace around the Internet to wake up memories
of what a fraud and fake Teddy really is.

The Democratic Party, not to mention Sen. John Kerry, should
be ashamed to have the national disgrace from Massachusetts
as their spokesman.

And the GOP needs to say so out loud.

I remember all of this and I'm sure most of you do, too
Link Posted: 10/20/2004 6:33:55 AM EST
Great to be from MA
Link Posted: 10/20/2004 7:26:07 AM EST
it boggles the mind to know that sheeplepeople still vote for these characters, no matter what awful things they have done in the past.
Link Posted: 10/20/2004 7:29:00 AM EST
If there ever was a case for term limits, that fat fuck is it!!!!!!!!
Link Posted: 10/20/2004 8:08:56 AM EST
I have always wondered why the people of MA keep voting these idiots into office.
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