Teddy Kennedy has a Lot of Balls  

Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Since Senator Kennedy (Donk-Massachusetts) has seen fit to mark the one-year anniversary of the Abu-Graib situation with a big speech, I suppose we should take a moment to reflect ...

I wonder where the big speech was that Mr. Kennedy made celebrating the anniversary of the fall of Baghdad. How about the anniversary of the capture of Saddam Hussein? The Afghani elections? I'll tell you where they were. He didn't make them. All he did was come around and criticize the President for doing what he believed was the right thing to do. Not even a congratulatory word for having succeeded at even one of these very formidible tasks.

All this after the President let Sen. Kennedy have all sorts of (unconstitutional) increased government control over the US education system, a program doomed to failure because of its socialist nature. That's gratitude for ya.

Quite frankly, I'm quite sick of Mr. Kennedy and his political bullshit games.

Maybe Sen. Kennedy should try this on for size ...

I invite everyone to put the following date on your calendars: July 19. On that date, we will celebrate the 36th anniversary of Mr. Kennedy's 1969 "accident" at Chappaquiddick, in which a beautiful young lady died, and a cover-up of mammoth proportions followed. After that fateful night, all we heard from Senator Kennedy was LIE AFTER LIE AFTER LIE AFTER LIE AFTER LIE.

Sorry, Mr. Kennedy, but the magic of the Internet prevents you from hiding the truth any longer. Technology has caught up with you. If you are going to throw questionable allegations of wrongdoing at the President, we have plenty of allegations for you which are much less questionable.

Here is a site with plenty of information and links, and stuff to know so that preparation for the celebration will be thorough and complete.

Let's Roll!