Thursday, September 02, 2010


Remembering Sen. Ted (the murdering ****-head)

I was in Hartford, Connecticut when news broke that Ted Kennedy'd been diagnosed with a terminal brain tumor. For several days thereafter I had to endure fawning news stories in which ol' Ted Kennedy was portrayed as an almost-saint and a man-o'-the-people ('cause he cared so much about "the poor" and who fought for "social justice" ... and blah, blah, blah). Watchin' such was enough to churn a man's stomach, believe you me.

That said, I'm gonna get real direct and tell you what I think of the now-deceased Ted Kennedy: he should've spent most of his formative years in a jail cell -- 'cause of what he did to Mary Jo Kopechne -- and anyone who attempts to lionize the lecherous manslaughtering sombitch should be slapped about three times across his/her face, indeed.

If'n you don't remember what happened between Ted Kennedy and Mary Jo Kopechne, let me tell you in a nutshell:

Ted left-out from a party in a car with a gal who wasn't his wife. Ted'd had a little bit to drink; and he steered the car he was driving, with one Mary Jo Kopechne sittin' in the passenger seat, into a shallow creek. Teddy freed himself from the partially-submerged car ... and he ran off, leaving Ms. Kopechne to suffocate to death.

There're a great many political folk who have great respect for Ted Kennedy -- 'cause of the "liberal lion" shit he did in the U.S. Senate. They seem to have collective amnesia 'bout what happened at Chappaquiddick. Too bad, so VERY sad, 'cause ...

Ted Kennedy killed a young lady, and that's how he should be remembered, forever, and for all time.

Apparently, Berton Hersh doesn't agree with me, or the historical record, ... and this shit is sick. A sample:

"If the thing had been handled properly, the first thing they would have done is put him in a hospital. Then they would have said he was a victim of an auto accident and didn't know what he was doing and couldn't be held responsible for anything that happened really after that, which would have been a fair explanation."

No, if the "thing" had been handled PROPERLY, Ted Kennedy's skinny ass, circa-The Sixties, would've been thrown in a jail cell, and he would've stayed there for five-to-ten; 'cause, after all, he did kill a gal (apologies to Love's Deadly Triangle).

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