Ted Kennedy Dies of Brain Cancer at Age 77

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The man supported terrorism in my country, yet the D's in congress treated him like some kind of king, or at least kingmaker.

Sorry, can't mourn his passing
 
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A look at what a political scumbag he was, right to the end:

wiki said:
With Kennedy's death, the Senate Democratic Party caucus has lost its 60-seat supermajority in the US Senate. Massachusetts law requires that his successor be chosen in a special election between 145 and 160 days of a vacancy.[207] Prior to his death, Kennedy had appealed to Democratic Governor of Massachusetts Deval Patrick and the legislature to change state law, to allow U.S. Senate vacancies to be temporarily filled pending a special election.[208] This law had been changed in 2004 to prevent then-Governor Mitt Romney, a Republican, from appointing a replacement for Senator John Kerry, a Democrat, in the event Kerry won the presidency.[209][210][211][212][213][214] At that time, Kennedy successfully made personal appeals to Massachusetts Democratic legislative leaders to pass the bill, which had been stalled prior to his request. [215]
The man also made up atrocious lies about Robert Bork, hiding behind senatorial priviledge, to prevent his nomination to the Supreme Court.
 
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barrett said:
Might as well close this thread; I see it's been created elsewhere.
There can never be enough threads slagging this cnut off.

I hope his death hurt, was slow and painful and that he was fcuking terrified of it every nanosecond of the way.

Scum of the lowest order that deserved nothing less, hopefully it is both hereditary AND can jump marriages so that the whole fcucking clan can be wiped from the face of the planet.
 
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A picture of his funeral has been leaked:

 
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It is interesting to see on TV how many people are praising him for his achievements. However on German TV they did show shots of Chappaquidic Bridge, lest anyone forget one forget that he was a cowardly little shit who let Mary-Jo Kopechne die of suffocation whilst trapped under water. In any other country he would have free food and accomodation for a year or three for that stunt.
 
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Drlligaf said:
It is interesting to see on TV how many people are praising him for his achievements. However on German TV they did show shots of Chappaquidic Bridge, lest anyone forget one forget that he was a cowardly little s*** who let Mary-Jo Kopechne die of suffocation whilst trapped under water. In any other country he would have free food and accomodation for a year or three for that stunt.
Mary-Jo Kopechne. She even sound's like she put out.
 
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Biscuits_AB said:
Drlligaf said:
It is interesting to see on TV how many people are praising him for his achievements. However on German TV they did show shots of Chappaquidic Bridge, lest anyone forget one forget that he was a cowardly little s*** who let Mary-Jo Kopechne die of suffocation whilst trapped under water. In any other country he would have free food and accomodation for a year or three for that stunt.
Mary-Jo Kopechne. She even sound's like she put out.
Bollox.
If she willingly put out then here would have been no need to leave her in the car to cover his tracks would there?

Oops, is that libelous?
 
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Doubt if I'll see many of you there, but I'll be going to the JFK Presidential Library today to pay my respects to the Senator.

Go ndéana Dia trócaire ar a anam dílis.
 
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