Discussion in 'Politics' started by Annie, Jan 29, 2005.
Think Taranto says it pretty well:
teddy should go swimming with a golf club
John - "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country......"
Robert - "Some see things as they are and ask why, I see things as they never were and ask, 'why not?'"
Ted - "hey Chris, wanna make a waitress sandwich?"..... "make it a double".... "Bush is a liar, liar pants on fire!".... "what do you mean, you don't know how to swim?"..... "you gonna eat that?"....
I'm tired of hearing ranting and raving, how about some solutions. We know we have problems instead of just pointing them out, come up with a plan to solve them.... :blah2: <<Ted
The good people of Massachussetts have given us Kennedy for decades. Then, as if to add insult to injury, they give us kerry.
We need a constitutional amendment. The amendment would permit the rest of the country to suspend the voting rights of any state which re-elects a senator or representative who proves to be nothing but a total embarrassment to the nation.
If that ever comes to pass, the folks in Mass. can put their voting machines into long term storage.
that would require the fat drunk to actually work....new englanders just like to bitch
Unfortunately, being as stupid as you want to be is a constitutionally protected right. You can't stop stupid people from voting any more than you can stop them from breeding.
These are quotes you've heard on video from:
A: An American Senator
B: An Al-Qauda Terrorist
FIRE HIS ASS!
Here's to hoping! :cof:
One thing we know for sure about Ted Kennedy: he will always be a part of the problem, not a part of the solution. When George and Laura Bush first arrived in Washington, they tried to change the tone in Washington by starting with Ted Kennedy. What was his reaction to the kindness they extended to him? He kicked sand in their faces. The people of Massachusetts should give serious thought to retiring Senator Kennedy when he next presents himself as a candidate to represent their views in Washington. If they are trying to pay homage to John F. Kennedy by continuing to send his brother to Washington, they should forget it. Judging by the views expressed by Ted and John about America, it's easy to see thatTed was never influenced by his brother.
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