January 18, 2006

IN TED KENNEDY'S AMERICA . . . (via Best of the Web)

Kennedy Severs Final Club Ties: Senator says he will stop paying dues to the Owl after critics claim hypocrisy (DANIEL J. HEMEL, Harvard Crimson, 1/18/06)

During his days as a student at Harvard, the youngest brother in the Kennedy clan garnered just one mention in The Crimson—a 1956 article about an inter-house debating event, according to an archive search.

The question at the debate was: “Resolved: That the Federal Government should compel the state of Alabama to grant equal educational opportunities to Negroes.” Kennedy’s Winthrop team took the negative side and won.

. . . women and blacks are convenient, but not essential.

Posted by David Cohen at January 18, 2006 6:00 PM
Comments

Rosa Parks would had to have sat in the back of the Oldsmobile.

Posted by: John at January 18, 2006 7:37 PM

And today it has been reported that Teddy has a lust child age 21 named Christopher. His mother at the time refused Teddy's request to abort the child.

Posted by: obc at January 18, 2006 7:48 PM

Hmmm! The Spotted Owl really may be endangered after all.

Posted by: Genecis at January 19, 2006 9:29 AM
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