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Death At Chappaquiddick (Book)
amazon ^ | 2000 | Thomas Tedrow

Posted on 08/29/2009 9:32:43 AM PDT by jdfromny

Reviewer: "One has to feel amazed, reading this book, at how PROUD the people of Massachusetts must be of their esteemed senior US senator. First, he was eminently generous to host a party for six young women who had all toiled so hard to assist with his family's politics. You have to know that lower-level campaign workers of their age rarely receive attention from the more powerful folks in the political apparatus. The girls must have been utterly thrilled, to have been asked to a cook-out and get to mingle with all of those seasoned, powerful men. Edward Kennedy was extremely magnanimous, stooping in that fashion to reward the "little people."

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TOPICS: Books/Literature; History
KEYWORDS: chappaquiddick; kennedy; teddy
An oldy but a goody. This books helps us see just how sleazy the Kennedy Klan is.

Yeah, Ted was also good at pitting Americans of all types against each other. Whatever it took to gain more power. And why should he not assumed he should? He never should have been reelected after Chappaquiddick.

Ted's character summary:

Leave a woman to die. Conspire with the Soviet communists against your own country.

What a legacy!!!

1 posted on 08/29/2009 9:32:44 AM PDT by jdfromny
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To: jdfromny

Fatso was truely a sorry piece of human excrement!

2 posted on 08/29/2009 9:47:35 AM PDT by RoshYisrael
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