Ted Kennedy

You’ve heard the news. Ted Kennedy has died. Friends of mine are pouring out eulogies on Facebook and blogs.

I found the man revolting … a spoiled rich kid who got what he wanted; a sleazy politician who had no scruples; a mover and shaker of the extreme left who sought to bring down the moral pillars of this nation.

Now he sleeps, awaiting the judgment. I pray that Mary Jo Kopechne, and the untold millions of abortion victims, will find justice on that day.

7 thoughts on “Ted Kennedy

  1. “I found the man revolting … a spoiled rich kid who got what he wanted; a sleazy politician who had no scruples; a mover and shaker of the extreme left who sought to bring down the moral pillars of this nation.”

    One could suggest that he moved beyond the “spoiled rich kid” image, and never denied his culpability in Ms. Kopechne’s death – and in addition to that, contributed to monumental changes in civil rights, voting rights, immigration, health care and education (while working with Senators from across the aisle).

    The USA we live in today, was shaped in part by his legislative efforts. And while we may disagree, I suggest that lots of the good parts of our nation today, are a result of those same efforts.

    Peace.

  2. I did a lot of research yesterday about TK and Mary Jo – put a couple articles on FB. I couldn’t find anything about her parents or why they did not permit an autopsy or if they were compensated or took money from the Kennedy family as rumored. The scuba diver believes she could have had a pocket of air in the car and survived up to 5 hrs.

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