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  • Kennedy: Record 'troubles me deeply'

    01/09/2006 3:23:44 PM PST · by Aussie Dasher · 71 replies · 1,689+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 10 January 2006
    In the first day of weeklong confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., told Judge Samuel Alito to expect tough questioning, saying the record of the U.S. Supreme Court nominee "troubles me deeply." Eighteen committee members gave their opening statements, followed by a statement by Alito. Questioning will begin tomorrow. Kennedy pointed to controversy over President Bush's decision to order the National Security Agency to wiretap conversations between terrorists overseas and citizens in the U.S. "In an era when the White House is abusing power, is excusing and authorizing torture, and is spying on American citizens,...
  • Kennedy Touted Anti-Bush Spy Hoax

    01/01/2006 11:45:46 AM PST · by wagglebee · 60 replies · 3,450+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 1/1/06 | NewsMax
    More than a week after the story was exposed as a hoax, Sen. Ted Kennedy has yet to apologize for touting false claims from a University of Massachusetts student who said officials from the Department of Homeland Security visited his home and repeatedly interrogated him after he tried to obtain a copy of Mao Tse-Tung's "Little Red Book." In mid-December, the unidentified student instigated the hoax by describing the phony grilling to reporters for the New Bedford Standard-Times. The story appeared on Dec. 17, the day after the New York Times reported that the Bush administration was monitoring the phone...
  • Ted Kennedy's Bad Habit Of Leaving People. . . For Dead

    12/14/2005 5:35:52 PM PST · by joeclarke · 5 replies · 5,542+ views
    JoeClarke.Net ^ | 12/14/2005 | JoeClarke.Net
    "The Black Book of Communism (Harvard University Press, 1999) provides a tally of the "politically correct" mass murders, the deaths from firing squads, man-made famines, gassing, hanging, concentration camps: China, 65 million deaths; USSR, 20 million; Vietnam, North Korea and Cambodia, 5 million; Africa, 1.7 million; Afghanistan, 1.5 million; Eastern Europe, 1 million; Latin America, 150,000 deaths." From Mises.Org It may have all started with Mary Jo in July of 1969 - and ended with Chappaquiddick, and I think we all know about that. Or, did it start with Kennedy's father, Joe, who had trouble understanding good old American...
  • WHITE HOUSE: Setting the Record Straight: Sen. Kennedy On Iraq

    11/11/2005 3:07:21 PM PST · by West Coast Conservative · 312 replies · 15,681+ views
    White House ^ | November 11, 2005
    "It is regrettable that Senator Kennedy has chosen Veteran's Day to continue leveling baseless and false attacks that send the wrong signal to our troops and our enemy during a time of war. It is also regrettable that Senator Kennedy has found more time to say negative things about President Bush then he ever did about Saddam Hussein. If America were to follow Senator Kennedy's foreign policy, Saddam Hussein would not only still be in power, he would be oppressing and occupying Kuwait." - Scott McClellan, White House Press Secretary Sen. Kennedy On Iraq Sen. Kennedy Said Saddam Hussein Was...
  • (Chappaquiddick Ted) Kennedy tries to rescue fishermen (NOT satire)

    10/16/2005 9:23:13 PM PDT · by Diddle E. Squat · 79 replies · 2,023+ views
    HYANNIS, Mass. Senator Edward Kennedy attempted to rescue six men who had become trapped by high tide on a jetty off Hyannisport yesterday. The Cape Cod Times reports that Kennedy eventually left the rescue to Hyannis firefighters. The senator was walking his two dogs on the shore at 11:15 a-m when he spotted the men cut off from shore by the rising waters. They had been fishing on a jetty that begins at the tip of the Kennedy compound. Tides rose over the patchy rocks, make it difficult to walk back to shore. Kennedy and a friend tried to rescue...
  • 'Overweight threat' for most of US

    10/03/2005 11:33:03 PM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 23 replies · 721+ views
    Herald Sun ^ | 4 October 2005
    THE US obesity problem might be more serious than previously believed and most adults in the United States were at risk of becoming overweight or obese, US researchers said today. In a government study that followed 4000 participants over 30 years, researchers found that 90 per cent of men and 70 per cent of women were overweight or later became overweight. "National surveys and other studies have told us that the United States has a major weight problem, but this study suggests that we could have an even more serious degree of overweight and obesity (cases) over the next few...
  • Useful Idiots? Some On Right May Want Air America To Stick Around

    09/18/2005 9:40:41 PM PDT · by chuckpez · 9 replies · 525+ views
    The Radio Equalizer- Brian Maloney ^ | September 19th, 2005 | Brian Maloney
    Of our efforts to expose Air America's sleazy Enron-like corporate behavior, is it safe to assume conservatives are united in support? To a point, yes. There certainly are some, though, who'd rather not see this investigative effort become too successful. That's because the liberal radio network's programming has gone so far off the deep left end, it's now a GOP gold mine. By the same token, would Republicans want Rep. Jim McDermott of Seattle, or Sen. Ted Kennedy defeated? While having no impact on national political trends, the moonbat wing of the Democrat party provides a bounty of choice quotes...
  • Ann Coulter: How about Ted Kennedy's privacy

    09/01/2005 5:46:13 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 56 replies · 2,520+ views
    Townhall.com ^ | 9/1/05 | Ann Coulter
    Sen. Teddy Kennedy has demanded that the Bush administration waive attorney-client privilege and release internal memos John Roberts worked on while in the solicitor general's office 15 years ago, all of which were supposed to be held in the deepest confidence. Apparently, Kennedy thinks public officials have no right to keep even their attorney-client communications secret. This surprised me because the senator is such a strong advocate of the (nonexistent) "right to privacy." And not just in the way most drunken, Spanish quiz-cheating, no-pants-wearing public reprobates generally cherish their own personal right to privacy. I mean privacy in the abstract....
  • Pro-choice (Tubby) Kennedy was pro-life in 1971

    08/03/2005 6:29:58 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 49 replies · 1,797+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 8/3/05 | WorldNetDaily
    The issue of abortion is expected to take center stage during the upcoming confirmation hearings for John Roberts, President Bush's nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court. And one of the key questioners of Roberts will be Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., who sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee. While many today regard the Democrat as a champion for abortion rights, the senator, who is Catholic, apparently held a staunch pro-life view before the Roe v. Wade decision in 1972. In 1971, Tom Dennelly of Great Neck, N.Y., wrote to Kennedy expressing his personal views on abortion. Kennedy responded to Dennelly, writing:...
  • The Democratic Party: Hypocrisy and Revisionism - (Teddy, Howlin' Howie & John François)

    07/28/2005 10:10:07 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 8 replies · 1,008+ views
    CHRONWATCH.COM ^ | JULY 29, 2005 | FRANK SALVATO
    Howard Dean has decried Ruth Bader Ginsberg as a right winger. John Kerry is demanding that the White House release Supreme Court nominee John Roberts’ records in total. And Teddy Kennedy, well, Teddy continues to talk out of both sides of his mouth. If it were possible to hear “eyes roll” the sound would have thundered across the country with each one of these statements. Whether it is their manipulation of our nation’s sitcom attention span or the elite media’s bent agenda is irrelevant. The Democratic “sideshow barkers” are getting away with it. Recently, at one of his many anger-fests...
  • The Increasingly Ugly Left - (Yes, M'am...Tammy Bruce! well deserved hit on shameless liberals!)

    07/26/2005 2:03:16 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 38 replies · 3,007+ views
    NEWSMAX.COM ^ | JULY 26, 2005 | TAMMY BRUCE
    It's always shocking when the left unmasks itself — it's usually very brief but when it happens not only can't you turn away, it's actually important that you don't. While it would seem impossible, the left has found a new low, this time courtesy of both the Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times. On the same day, both newspapers published bizarre attacks on the most basic values of personal appearance and physical health of the president and those he supports. It's the newest indication of how frustrated and frenzied the left has grown in the face of an America...
  • Mary Jo Kopechne remembered

    07/20/2005 9:55:58 AM PDT · by haole · 4 replies · 319+ views
    A Profile in Cowardice ^ | 7/20/05 | self
    How many people remember the Armstrong,Aldrin, Collins first moon landing? Most. It happened on July 21st, 1969. What else happened that day, or, the night before?Teddy Kennedy was responsible for the death of Mary Jo Kopchne, of willfuly leaving the scene of an accident, not reporting her death, and, of covering up the whole sordid affair.His technique? Go to a hotel, establish a time alibly. Talk to your lawyers. Then, buy off her family.Sound familiar? Yes, the same technique used so successfully later by the infamous klintoon, who must have studied well the Teddy portfolio. 36 years later Teddy is...
  • Today In History...Edward Kennedy

    07/19/2005 6:57:58 AM PDT · by Heebert · 30 replies · 1,426+ views
    1968: US Senator Edward Kennedy’s car drove off a bridge on Chappaquiddick Island, Massachusetts killing his 28-year-old companion Mary Jo Kopechne. Kennedy fled the scene of the accident and received a suspended sentence of two months and one year's probation.
  • Happy Anniversary You Old drunk

    07/17/2005 6:15:55 AM PDT · by BW2221 · 39 replies · 2,168+ views
    7/17/05 | BW2221
    Tomorrow marks the 36th anniversary of Chappaquiddick, when the "conscience of the left" drove off the bridge and caused the death of Mary Jo Kopechne. Happy anniversary, you lecherous old drunk!
  • Yoda Breaks Ranks With George Lucas, Supports George Bush - (Funny......a hoot!!)

    05/26/2005 9:26:23 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 13 replies · 1,026+ views
    CHRONWATCH.COM ^ | MAY 26, 2005 | JEREMY ROBB
    HOLLYWOOD, California --- After enduring days of Bush-bashing by George Lucas, Yoda has stepped forward to support President Bush. Unable to bear his creator's comments any longer, the wise and noble Yoda said he is embarrassed and ashamed of the director's ignorance of history and politics. "Step forward to right a wrong I must," said Yoda. "Good is the president, not evil. Evil is Saddam, and terrorism, and France I say. Embarrassed and ashamed I am of George's misunderstanding of history and politics. Fear I do that he has become an empty-headed limousine liberal. Shame it is. American soldiers...
  • Abu Ghraib Whistleblower Wins JFK Award (Teddy the Swimmer presents “Courage” awards)

    05/23/2005 11:11:31 AM PDT · by dead · 21 replies · 1,023+ views
    AP via Yahoo! ^ | Mon May 16, 9:41 PM ET
    BOSTON - The Army soldier who blew the whistle on abuse at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq received a special John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award on Monday, an award that recognizes acts of political courage. Spc. Joseph Darby was the first to report abuse at the Iraqi prison, turning over photos that showed prisoners chained together in sexual poses, piled on the floor naked and forced to form a nude human pyramid. Other award recipients Monday included Atlanta's first black woman mayor, Shirley Franklin. She was recognized for showing "courageous leadership" by raising taxes and cutting the...
  • [Dem] Memos reveal strategy behind judge filibusters [memogate]

    05/20/2005 6:28:43 AM PDT · by OXENinFLA · 35 replies · 2,304+ views
    WASH TIMES ^ | 5-19-05 | Charles Hurt
    The "nuclear" showdown that is expected to begin unfolding in the Senate today has its origins in closed-door discussions more than three years ago between key Senate Democrats and outside interest groups as they huddled to plot strategies for blocking President Bush's judicial nominees. In a Nov. 7, 2001, internal memo to Sen. Richard J. Durbin, who is now the minority whip, an aide described a meeting that the Illinois Democrat had missed between groups opposed to Mr. Bush's nominees and Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, Massachusetts Democrat and member of the Judiciary Committee. "Based on input from the groups, I...
  • Amy Robach and Teddy

    01/28/2005 7:24:01 AM PST · by Mike Bates · 23 replies · 1,661+ views
    Just heard Amy Robach of MSNBC speaking with Tim Russert and saying, ". . .one of the so-called liberal senators from Massachusetts, Ted Kennedy. . ."So-called? Amy, do me a favor. Just sit there and look pretty.
  • Hogs and Kisses from Teddy

    01/19/2005 7:16:42 PM PST · by Dr.Syn · 15 replies · 857+ views
    dansargis.org ^ | January 20, 2005 | Dan Sargis
      Hogs and Kisses from TeddyJanuary 20, 2005 The first time I realized that people like Teddy Kennedy were, at best, amusing minstrels and, at worst, self-serving class warfare elitists was my Freshman year in college.  As I uploaded a few meager possessions from my very used Chevy into my very new dormitory room, I came upon a very curious fellow sipping a Bass Ale with a technique that would eventually give him a repetitive motion injury and staring at the flat tire on his new BMW. With my nonchalant New England practicality, I introduced myself and asked if he would like...
  • 2005 Suggestions for Michael Moore and Others - (Don't miss this one!...a hoot!)

    01/08/2005 12:56:07 PM PST · by CHARLITE · 3 replies · 472+ views
    CHRONWATCH.COM ^ | JANUARY 8, 2005 | JIM SPARKMAN
    We received this in our e-mail pile without any indication of who wrote it. It was so good, we decided to post it anyway. To Michael Moore: Sit down and shut up. Your fifteen minutes are up. And do something about your hair. Looks can be deceiving, but not in your case... To Jimmy Carter: Big mistake to sit down next to Michael Moore at the convention. Spend more time with drywall and the glue gun. Or start lusting in your heart again. To Tom Daschle: If you lean too far to the left, voters will tend to lean right...
  • Ted Kennedy Gives Free Driving Lessons To Poor Teens

    12/09/2004 2:37:55 PM PST · by weegee · 77 replies · 2,690+ views
    Weekly World News ^ | Published on: 11/01/2004 | By MICHAEL FORSYTH
    Super-compassionate liberal Senator Ted Kennedy is one of the richest politicians in America, but he's quietly giving back -- by teaching poor inner-city teens to drive, free of charge! That's the surprising revelation of a clergyman who coordinates the program, based in a community center in Washington, D.C. "Teddy doesn't charge these kids a dime and doesn't take any credit," reveals Father Bryan MacKelly. "He volunteers his time on the down-low -- he doesn't really want the media to make a big deal about his personal generosity. "He told me, 'Safe driving is a skill every young American deserves to...
  • Bare-butted cowboy found hanging upside down from fence

    11/30/2004 8:39:11 PM PST · by Ptarmigan · 125 replies · 6,100+ views
    ABC 13 ^ | November 30, 2004
    (11/30/04 - REGINA, Saskatchewan) — A real cowboy is never caught without his boots, but his pants are another matter. Police in Regina, Saskatchewan, found a bare-butted cowboy hanging from a fence. It seems the Canadian cowpoke had a little too much to drink at an agriculture festival Saturday night. He tried climbing an eight-foot-tall fence but snagged a pant leg, leaving him dangling upside down. He dropped his cell phone, too. Police say he unzipped his pants to get free, but discovered he couldn't get them off. He eventually reached the phone's keypad and dialed 911. Officers found the...
  • Snubbed Teddy’s a Bear (Kerry dissed Kennedy)

    11/07/2004 8:03:47 AM PST · by maryz · 56 replies · 9,692+ views
    Boston Herald (print edition) | November 7, 2004 | Andrew Miga and David Guarino
    There were a lot of things John Kerry could have done with his concession speech and didn’t – like pulling an Al Gore, trying to set the table for 2008 or just being Kerryesque. But of all the things he didn’t do but should have, Numero Uno is already coming back to bite him very quickly. That would be forgetting, inexplicably, to thank Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. Kerry had kind words for tons of folks, everybody from his wife, Teresa Heinz Kerry, and daughters to running mate John Edwards, his wife, Elizabeth, and their kids. Not surprising that. But then...
  • Revisiting Chappaquiddick After 35 Years

    07/19/2004 10:08:38 AM PDT · by pilgrim · 79 replies · 4,574+ views
    Human Events ^ | July 19, 2004 | Joseph Calandra, Jr
      Revisiting Chappaquiddick After 35 Years Posted Jul 19, 2004Thirty-five years after the night of July 18, 1969, when Ted Kennedy drove his Oldsmobile sedan off the side of a wooden bridge on Chappaquiddick Island on Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., and left for dead Mary Jo Kopechne, the 28-year-old former secretary of his brother Robert F. Kennedy, in his submerged car, unanswered questions linger over the events of that fatal evening. Kennedy escaped the wreckage with a concussion and waited nine hours before reporting the incident to the police shortly after a young boy noticed the sunken car. Kennedy pleaded guilty to...
  • Kerry Went to Extreme Lengths to Back Communist Ortega and Undermine U.S.

    05/19/2004 5:23:03 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 45 replies · 1,349+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 5/20/04 | Dave Eberhart,
    Most of us old enough to have been reading newspapers and watching television in the mid-1980s remember when the Soviet-backed Marxist-Leninist junta “Sandinistas” were battling the anti-communist guerrilla army of “Contras” in Nicaragua. And who could forget the overblown Iran-Contra affair, the attempt to arm the Contras through a deal to swap arms for hostages with the mullahs in Iran. What might be hazy in the memory after 20 years, however, is the Keystone Kops, I-want-to-play-president role of the freshman senator from Massachusetts, John Forbes Kerry. Still humming his “Give peace a chance” mantra from Vietnam days, Kerry jumped into...
  • Bush win seen as 'almost too dire'

    06/02/2004 9:51:12 PM PDT · by kattracks · 56 replies · 353+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 6/03/04 | Steve Miller
    <p>The Bush administration is controlled by a "right-wing conspiracy," and the prospect of President Bush's re-election is "almost too dire to bear," NAACP Chairman Julian Bond told a gathering of liberal activists yesterday.</p> <p>Mr. Bond's remarks came in his opening address to the three-day "Take Back America" conference at Washington's Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, which will also feature presentations by billionaire left-wing financier George Soros, failed Democratic presidential contender Howard Dean, House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi and the Rev. Jesse Jackson.</p>
  • Partisan suspicions (Dims abortion whine)

    06/01/2004 5:19:48 AM PDT · by Liz · 6 replies · 153+ views
    THE STAR LEDGER ^ | 4/31/04 | THE AUDITOR
    Newark Archbishop John Myers ruffled feathers recently when he said Catholic politicians who support abortion should not take Communion, a move that was seen as an attack on (New Jersey) Gov. James E. McGreevey . Democrats saw a partisan edge, given that the same weight was not placed on capital punishment, the Iraq war or other church positions that might work against Republicans. So there has been much buzz lately at word that Myers attended a St. Patrick's Day lunch in Washington as the guest of House Speaker Dennis Hastert, with President George W. Bush in attendance. "He can have...
  • 1970s Law Laid Groundwork for Out of Control Immigrations

    05/16/2004 7:04:56 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 17 replies · 345+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 5/17/04 | Jon E. Dougherty
    "Illegal immigration is out of control." That phrase was uttered by Leonard Chapman, commissioner of the old Immigration and Naturalization Service [INS], at a time when apprehension of illegal aliens by the U.S. Border Patrol more than doubled to 766,000 arrests. The year was 1975 -- a decade after Congress eliminated the "national origins" quota system with the passage of the Immigration and Nationality Act [INA], and a decade after the measure's chief Senate sponsor, Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., said, "Our cities will not be flooded with a million immigrants annually; under the proposed bill, the present level of immigration remains...
  • Judicial 'Memogate' Extends to Kerry Campaign, Report Claims

    04/08/2004 10:34:28 PM PDT · by kattracks · 65 replies · 383+ views
    CNSNEWS.com ^ | 4/08/04 | Robert B. Bluey
    (CNSNews.com) - The campaign manager for Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry is being linked to the Senate Judiciary Committee's "Memogate" controversy, which involves alleged Democratic efforts to delay the confirmation of President Bush's judicial nominees. Mary Beth Cahill, a former chief of staff to Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.), left her Senate job last November to become Kerry's campaign manager. But in April 2002 when Cahill worked for Kennedy, her name was attached to a controversial memo spelling out a plan to delay the confirmation of Julia Smith Gibbons to the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, the Washington Times reported...
  • Memo urged delay of judicial nominee

    04/08/2004 12:44:47 AM PDT · by philsoc · 10 replies · 295+ views
    THE WASHINGTON TIMES ^ | April 08, 2004 | Charles Hurt
    A Senate Judiciary Committee lawyer urged Sen. Edward M. Kennedy to use the judicial-confirmation process to affect an affirmative-action case to which she once had been a party. (snip) The leaders of several conservative judiciary groups noted that they specifically have asked Majority Leader Bill Frist, Tennessee Republican, to investigate the matter, especially because the 6th Circuit covers his home state. Frist spokeswoman Amy Call was not familiar with the matter and did not return a phone call seeking comment.
  • W. HAS NIXON-SIZE 'CREDIBILITY GAP': TED

    04/06/2004 1:06:00 AM PDT · by kattracks · 83 replies · 434+ views
    New York Post ^ | 4/06/04 | BRIAN BLOMQUIST
    <p>April 6, 2004 -- WASHINGTON - Sen. Ted Kennedy yesterday charged that President Bush's credibility was no better than Richard Nixon's - drawing an immediate rebuke from Republicans. A Kennedy spokesman said Sen. John Kerry's campaign was given advance warning of the scathing speech from one of its top supporters, but denied that Kerry consulted with Kennedy on it. In his remarks to the Brookings Institution, a think tank in D.C., Kennedy also said, "Iraq is George Bush's Vietnam."</p>
  • Democrats and Foreign Leaders

    03/19/2004 3:30:43 PM PST · by faithincowboys · 6 replies · 94+ views
    Democrats and Foreign Leaders Is Kerry pulling a Carter? From Peter Schweizer's great book Reagan's War: In September 1976, Carter sent a secret emissary to Moscow. Averell Harriman was one of the grand old wise men of American Cold War policy. He had been secretary of defense and ambassador to the Soviet Union. What he said, particularly in private, was weighed heavily by Soviet leaders. According to Georgii Kornieko, first deputy foreign minister at the time, Harriman, "gave assurances that if elected president he [Carter] would take steps toward the rapid conclusion and signing of the SALT II Treaty, and...
  • Kennedy takes Bush to task on US case for war in Iraq

    03/06/2004 7:05:13 PM PST · by Valin · 25 replies · 75+ views
    The Boston Globe ^ | 3/6/04 | Bryan Bender
    <p>WASHINGTON -- Senator Edward M. Kennedy offered a point-by-point comparison yesterday of White House statements before the war in Iraq and the available intelligence, accusing President Bush of "manipulation and distortion" to build the case for an invasion.</p> <p>Kennedy used almost all of a major address to the Council on Foreign Relations to make a detailed case that Bush misled the country, a move interpreted as signaling the Democrats' increasing willingness to take on the president for allegedly misrepresenting facts about Iraq's weapons and terrorist links.</p>
  • Rumsfeld vs Kennedy

    02/16/2004 2:56:31 PM PST · by Apu Nahasapeemapetilon · 58 replies · 389+ views
    New York Press ^ | February 16, 2004 | Russ Smith
    Rumsfeld’s a Hero Thanks to Glenn Reynolds’ invaluable blog InstaPundit, I linked to a pretty fun bit at scrappleface.com, a website whose motto reads "News Fairly Unbalanced. We Report. You Decipher." Dated Feb. 5, an item (which ought to make The Onion blush at its irrelevance) took out Teddy Kennedy, who’s currently bellowing at union halls for John Kerry, a man he once considered an ill-suited inheritor of his family’s (mixed) legacy. The piece read, in part: "Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld told Sen. Edward Kennedy yesterday that he was ‘all wet’ when the senator alleged that the Bush administration lied...
  • More judiciary memos await

    02/08/2004 11:54:09 PM PST · by kattracks · 29 replies · 219+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 2/09/04 | Charles Hurt
    <p>Republicans have "perhaps thousands" of internal Democratic judiciary memos like the 14 that caused a stir on Capitol Hill last fall, says a Republican staffer who resigned after an investigation into how the documents were obtained.</p> <p>"Only a small amount of [documents downloaded from Democratic computer servers] have been made public," said Manuel Miranda, former judicial-nominations counsel to Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist of Tennessee. "The ones made public are the least indicting of the ones."</p>
  • Ted Kennedy goes nuts

    01/22/2004 9:57:33 AM PST · by rexarino · 49 replies · 729+ views
    During the President's speech, which lasted approximately 1 hour, the Sr. Senator from Massachusetts, Edward "Ted" Kennedy demonstrated once again the old adage that "a picture is worth a thousand words". The speech by President Bush contained just under 5,500 words and itwould appear that at least several of them caused Senator Kennedy great psychic pain... (see photos: http://www.x234.com/teddyk/teddyk.html)
  • Couric Grills Teddy Kennedy (Not-a-Typo-Liberal-Media-Wind-Chill Alert!)

    01/15/2004 4:47:57 AM PST · by governsleastgovernsbest · 88 replies · 2,780+ views
    The Today Show
    Could the cold weather have put the chill on some of Katie Couric's liberal ardor? You'd almost have to think so, judging from her even-handed, and at times even rough, questioning of Ted Kennedy in the wake of his very tough speech on Iraq. Couric began with a quote from presidential press secretary Scott McClellan to the effect that Pres. Bush exhausted all diplomatic means before going to war and that the world is a safer place without Saddam in power. Kennedy admitted that "clearly the Iraqi people are safer, and that is a testament to the skill of our...
  • Sen. Teddie Kennedy Speech - LIVE Thread! Gag Alert!

    01/14/2004 9:15:49 AM PST · by Molly Pitcher · 134 replies · 371+ views
    The Big Fat Guy | Jan. 14.2004 | Ted Kennedy
    Here he goes!
  • In the Lair of Blubba the Butt (Teddy Kennedy and the Medicare Prescription Saga)

    11/25/2003 10:44:38 AM PST · by Prime Choice · 8 replies · 95+ views
    Sacred Cow Burgers ^ | 11/25/2003 | Sacred Cow Burgers
    Teddy sure picked a strange time to be concerned about government spending and special-interest bloat. Strangely, his minions don't seem to mind at all.
  • Daschle on Defensive Over Kennedy's 'Neanderthal' Outburst

    11/16/2003 11:04:13 AM PST · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 89 replies · 428+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 11/15/03 | Limbacher
    Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle said Sunday that his Democratic colleague, Sen. Ted Kennedy, didn't mean to use racially offensive language when he called President Bush's judicial nominees - including two minority candidates - "Neanderthals." Asked about Kennedy's racially charged outburst, Daschle insisted to "Fox News Sunday" he was talking about politics and not ethnicity. "I think that there are a lot of nominees who are on the far, far right of the political and philosophical spectrum," he told FNS host Tony Snow. "I think that's what Sen. Kennedy was referring to." But when Snow pressed, "Then why did...
  • Kennedy flips mistaken vote -- again

    10/26/2003 9:35:02 AM PST · by Bubba_Leroy · 72 replies · 285+ views
    Chicago Sun-Times ^ | October 26, 2003 | Robert Novak
    The Senate chamber filled with audible gasps Tuesday when Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, the pro-choice champion, clearly voted ''yes'' on final passage of the bill to ban partial-birth abortion. It was a mistake, however, and Kennedy changed his vote a few minutes later. This marked the second time in a week that Kennedy, widely considered the most powerful member of the Senate, became confused on an important vote. He mistakenly voted with President Bush in opposing a Democratic-backed amendment to require partial Iraqi repayment of U.S. reconstruction aid. On that occasion, Senate Democratic Leader Thomas Daschle conferred with Kennedy and...
  • Democrats Dancing to Tunes of Glory?

    09/26/2003 10:04:07 PM PDT · by Congressman Billybob · 34 replies · 764+ views
    Armor for Congress ^ | 27 September 2003 | John Armor (Congressman Billybob)
    Last week Secretary Rumsfeld, Administrator Paul Bremer, and several other officials testified before both the Senate and the House about the request for $87 billion to finish the military and civilian tasks in Iraq. The first comments are about the responses of Democrats in Congress to these events. Robert Byrd: In the Senate, Robert Byrd (D-W.Va.) said to Rumsfeld, "Where is the mandate to rebuild Iraq?" Rumsfeld pointed out that the job did not end with the winning of the war. That reconstruction was the necessary end of the process. He did not point out that America has done that...
  • CAMELOT FOR SALE

    07/14/2003 12:43:23 AM PDT · by kattracks · 14 replies · 531+ views
    New York Post ^ | 7/14/03 | BILL HOFFMANN
    <p>July 14, 2003 -- If you ever wanted to walk in Jackie Kennedy's shoes or slip into a pair of JFK's boxer shorts, here's your chance.</p> <p>An amazingly intimate collection of personal items once owned by John F. Kennedy and the first lady will be auctioned off this Saturday in New Jersey.</p>
  • Level with us, Mr. President (the hero of chappaquidicks op ed)

    02/08/2003 4:06:46 AM PST · by TheRedSoxWinThePennant · 84 replies · 476+ views
    boston globe ^ | 2-8-03 | mary jo's killer
    <p>SECRETARY POWELL has made a convincing case to the United Nations Security Council that Saddam Hussein is a dangerous and deceptive dictator, and is concealing weapons of mass destruction. We live in a dangerous world and Saddam must be disarmed.</p>
  • Treasury Nominee Snow Had 1982 DUI Charge

    01/21/2003 7:11:53 PM PST · by RCW2001 · 24 replies · 213+ views
    Treasury Nominee Snow Had 1982 DUI ChargeTue January 21, 2003 09:43 PM ET WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House acknowledged on Tuesday that Treasury Secretary nominee John Snow had been arrested in 1982 on a driving-under-the-influence charge and had a 1988 child support dispute with his wife but said it would stand by him for the position. "Both of the facts were known to the White House and we provided them to the Senate and the president looks forward to the hearings on Treasury-designate Snow and believes he will make an outstanding secretary," said White House spokesman Ari Fleischer. "This...
  • Best Line On Television Last Night: CSI

    01/03/2003 7:27:37 AM PST · by N. Theknow · 62 replies · 478+ views
    CBS Television Show: CSI | Me
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  • Naked actors having penises painted by prostitute spark riot

    08/19/2002 6:34:55 AM PDT · by Inge_CAV · 37 replies · 1,399+ views
    Ananova ^ | 18th August 2002 | Ananova
    Naked actors having penises painted by prostitute spark riot A group of actors who stripped off and had their penises painted different colours by a prostitute have provoked a riot. The seven actors and the Chilean prostitute were performing in the central square of Bolivia's capital, La Paz. Two cameramen were filming the scene for an art project. In the middle of the performance the crowd tried to attack them and police used tear gas to disperse it. They then arrested all 10 for public obscenity. Police Colonel Manuel Mercado says they infringed the penal code by having "their members...