Watching Stossel doing a piece on the minimum wage. Showing how small businesses get started. Ted Kennedy tried to get the minimum wage raised to 9.50/Hour. Kiss a lot of jobs good-bye. It is unfortunate that Ted thought he knew how it worked. He didn't. What is more unfortunate is that he was so arrogant about his positions. I can't express how glad I am that the "Liar in the Senate" isn't there anymore. Went out and found all kinds of folks who agree. This past week, one of our generation's own overlords, Sen. Ted Kennedy, died. How did Americans react? Judging by the public outpouring and ubiquitous half-staff flags, you would think we were back in 1963, mourning a different Kennedy. But why? King George was more of a patriot than Ted Kennedy. The oppression Americans suffered under the British was a paradise of liberty compared to the ruin Kennedy wrought during his tenure in the Senate. "Let Facts be submitted to a candid world": Kennedy trashed the Constitution and betrayed his oath to uphold it; empowered the federal government's enslavement of everyday citizens; and worked to deprive Americans (born and unborn) of their individual rights. It should also go without saying that, as a Kennedy, he enjoyed the sorts of privileges and treatment that average people could never dream of. http://www.examiner.com/article/ted-kennedy-a-legacy-of-everything-america-is-against Enjoyed this one: http://quitenormal.wordpress.com/20...an-even-bigger-scumbag-than-you-already-knew/ You knew Ted Kennedy was an inveterate liar, a fraud, a drunk, a wife cheater, a pervert, a killer, a traitor, a ranking member of America’s 5th column, and an all around despicable human being.