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  YTedK:Ted Kennedy, the truth about Chappaquiddick, and more...
The Kennedys had been attending the regatta for years, and their celebrations were the stuff of legend.
The assassination of Robert Kennedy had kept the family away in 1968, but in the spring of 1969 plans were under way to resume the festivities.
Accepting an assignment from Life to cover Ted Kennedy after his brother's assassination, writer Brock Brower concluded that the insecurities, fatalism and fast-living showed Ted was seeking to escape the inevitable candidacy for President.
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  Ted Kennedy - MSN Encarta
Edward “Ted” Kennedy is known for his championship of social legislation.
The youngest child of American businessman Joseph P. Kennedy, he was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, and educated at Harvard University and the University of Virginia, from which he received a law degree in 1959.
Kennedy has been a leading liberal critic of Republican administrations and has called the U.S.-Iraq War “one of the greatest blunders in American history.” As a member of the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources, he has fought for increases in the minimum wage and improved workplace safety.
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 Agreeing With Ted Kennedy by Anthony Gregory
Kennedy continued, “Congress passes laws, but this president says that he has the sole power to decide whether or not he has to obey those laws.
Ted Kennedy is a statist, and I am certainly not holding out too much hope for him as a consistent or non-partisan champion of freedom.
Kennedy’s bit was the most engaging portion of the confirmation, but all the red- and blue-state commentators can discuss is Alito’s typical Republican evasiveness on the abortion question, which, like nearly all Republican judicial remarks on the topic, was clearly designed not to alienate either the center or the conservative base.
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 Ted Kennedy
Kennedy earned C grades at the private Milton Academy, but was admitted to Harvard as a "legacy" -- his father and older brothers had attended there, so the younger and dimmer Kennedy's admission was virtually assured.
His father, Joseph P. Kennedy, former U.S. Ambassador to England, pulled the necessary strings to have his enlistment shortened to two years, and to ensure that he served in Europe, not Korea, where a war was raging.
Kennedy's bid was hampered by questions of Chappaquiddick and by an interview with CBS Newsman Roger Mudd, who asked the straightforward question, "Why do you want to be President?" Kennedy couldn't come up with a straightforward answer.
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 Ted Kennedy   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ted Kennedy is a staunch advocate of liberal principles, and is one of the most influential and enduring icons of his party.
In 1962, Kennedy was elected to the Senate from Massachusetts in a special election to fill the seat left vacant by his oldest surviving brother, John, upon the latter's election as President of the United States.
Kennedy led a forty-five member all Democrat Senate filibuster to block the appointment of former assistant solicitor general Miguel Estrada to the United States court of appeals.
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 Ted Kennedy is a "political product"   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ted Kennedy attempts to prove this allegation by citing the January 19th, 2002 words of Karl Rove.
On the surface one may take Ted Kennedy's charge to heart and believe that there is something inherently wrong and tawdry about citing the publics trust with the Republicans as it deals with defense.
In summation, Ted Kennedy and the Left want the great undecided in America to believe that each course of action George W. Bush has taken were just cynical attempts at satisfying his base.
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 Edward M. Kennedy - Congresspedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Kennedy was a major player in the bipartisan team that wrote the controversial No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, which according to both Kennedy and President Bush, was a compromise.
Kennedy has since argued that the No Child Left Behind is an unfunded mandate because the President and Congress have mandated obligations upon the states without providing equivalent funds, forcing the states to spend money to comply with the federal law.
Kennedy's strong opposition to Bork's nomination is commonly seen as a prominent factor in the Senate's rejection of Bork's candidacy.
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 Ted Kennedy - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
Ted Kennedy lives in the Boston, Massachusetts area, and specifically, the Cheers Bar where he is known only as Norm, except during leap years, when he is required by law to be addressed only as Peggy Fleming.
The young man who would become Ted Kennedy was born in Hyannis, the fourth son and third child of Jabba the Hutt (to whom he still bears a striking resemblance), and his wife, Martha Custis.
Ted Kennedy once tried to invent the alcohol-fueled amphibious car with then-lover Mary Jo Kopechne, resulting in the drowning of Kopechne and the intoxication of Ted Kennedy.
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 CNN.com - Kennedy's 'Texas' remark stirs GOP reaction - Sep. 18, 2003
Ted Kennedy's comment Thursday to The Associated Press that the Iraq war was "made up in Texas" provoked no White House response but did stir a Republican official.
Kennedy was one of 23 senators who opposed the resolution last year authorizing Bush to go to war in Iraq.
Kennedy told the AP he also was worried the war in Iraq had drawn America's attention away from possible threats from al Qaeda, problems in Afghanistan and North Korea's nuclear program.
www.cnn.com /2003/ALLPOLITICS/09/18/kennedy.iraq/index.html   (662 words)

 RealClearPolitics - Articles - Friends of Teddy Kennedy
Furthermore, Kennedy's key congressional allies against the wind farm are two senior Alaska Republicans who are reigning princes of pork on Capitol Hill, Sen. Ted Stevens and Rep. Don Young.
Kennedy opposes this, explains the buzz on Capitol Hill, because he does not want to despoil the pristine appearance of a natural resource dear to his family and the memory of John F. Kennedy.
Kennedy may be evil incarnate for right-wing ideologues, but the wind farm fight shows how well he gets along with Republican politicians, such as Romney.
www.realclearpolitics.com /articles/2006/05/friends_of_teddy_kennedy.html   (729 words)

 American Rhetoric: Ted Kennedy -- Chappaquiddick Speech
Mary J was one of the most devoted members of the staff of Senator Robert Kennedy.
For this reason, and because she was such a gentle, kind, and idealistic person, all of us tried to help her feel that she still had a home with the Kennedy family.
The people of this State, the State which sent John Quincy Adams, and Daniel Webster, and Charles Sumner, and Henry Cabot Lodge, and John Kennedy to the United States Senate are entitled to representation in that body by men who inspire their utmost confidence.
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 Kennedy: George Bushs Vietnam - The Caucus - Politics - New York Times Blog
Senator Ted Kennedy spoke at the National Press Club this afternoon, detailing a resolution he plans to introduce today that would require Congress to vote on President Bush’s anticipated plan to send more troops to Iraq and any additional funding for those troops.
Kennedy would be wise considering even bringing up the past and simply work with his constituents and peers to find a real plan for success or withdrawal from Irag, rather than continue to punch holes in someone else’ idea or plan.
Kennedy pointed out, the false pretense and cooked intelligence that got us into this war are certainly not enough reason to stay and escalate our presence in an area we should never have been fighting in to begin with.
thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com /2007/01/09/kennedy-george-bushs-vietnam   (14180 words)

 Watson Kennedy - About Ted Kennedy Watson
Ted Kennedy Watson named his businesses Watson Kennedy in honor of his father Kennedy Watson.
Kennedy was his father's first name and is Ted's middle name.
Ted moved to Seattle in 1986 to be a pro at the Seattle Tennis Club and later became President of the Pacific Northwest Professional Tennis Association.
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 Chappaquiddick Triathlon T-Shirts
The senior Senator from Massachusetts, Edward (Ted) Kennedy, is well known for being a drunk.
In 1969, Ted Kennedy was driving drunk with a girl on a small island off the coast of Martha's Vineyard called Chappaquiddick.
Ted Kennedy did not spend one day in jail for this murder.
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 Ted Kennedy is Liberal Scum.
Now besides the fact that you are from the hippie liberal state of Taxachusetts, you are also from the far left side of the political spectrum and live in a make believe world of hate and vile rhetoric.
What am I saying, asking a Kennedy about honesty is like asking a whore if she is a virgin.
- Ted's father, the US Ambassador to England, was horrofied at the thought of his youngest son spending four years in the service, with a good chance of being sent into combat in Korea.
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 News Hounds: Trashing Ted Kennedy
Charles Krauthammer said, among other things, that Kennedy is talking "complete nonsense"; the Ba'athists, the insurgents have no ideology, even Hitler had an ideology, all they offer is a return to the thuggery of Saddam Hussein; this is not 'hearts and minds'.
Mort Kondracke got the last word, citing Kennedy citing DOD numbers of 24,000 insurgents and 200,000 supporters in a country with a population of 70 million, presumably to show just how unpopular the insurgents are.
Ted Kennedy was made out to seem he doesn't know history or foreign policy because he holds a point of view far different than the Fox panel.
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 FrontPage magazine.com :: Ted Kennedy's Jihad by Jennifer Verner
While Senator Ted Kennedy, D-MA, has always been unhinged, his performance since the beginning of the Iraq War shows that he is becoming increasingly irresponsible, irrational, and dangerous.In a ranking member of the Senate Judicial and Armed Services Committees during a time of war, this kind of behavior poses a danger to national security.
It was also apparently not false and misleading, in Senator Kennedy’s mind, to delay the appointment of Judge Julia Gibbons in an alleged attempt to throw the 6th Circuit Court in the University of Michigan Affirmative Action case.
According to Kennedy, a war on Saddam might also cause an unprecedented humanitarian crisis with an estimated 900,000 refugees, a pandemic and an environmental disaster as Saddam lit the oilfields on fire.
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 FrontPage magazine.com :: Ted Kennedy’s Soviet Romance by Jamie Glazov
Based on the document itself, as well as other Kennedy writings at the time, I believe that Kennedy did this because it was a very dangerous time and Kennedy, like many liberals, was genuinely worried that Reagan was too aggressive in his nuclear arms buildup.
Kennedy literally seemed more trustful of the Soviet dictator than the American president; that's a fair interpretation of Kennedy's thinking, based upon what Chebrikov reported to Andropov in the memo.
So, in the mind of these individuals, to point out such facts on Ted Kennedy would be a kind of modern day McCarthyism, worthy of angry dismissal at the messenger (who is deemed without honor) rather than outrage at the source, who, like them, took on the anti-anti-Communists.
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 Ted Kennedy T-Shirts
The infamous Edward Kennedy is proof positive that the voters in Massachusetts are idiots.
Ted Kennedy was driving drunk in Chappaquiddick in 1969 with a young girl.
These Ted Kennedy t-shirts make fun of that incident with the School of Swimming.
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 CNN.com - Kennedy: 'Iraq is George Bush's Vietnam' - Apr 6, 2004
ET for a debate on Sen. Ted Kennedy's assertion that Iraq is "Bush's Vietnam." Then DNC chief Terry McAuliffe is a guest on "Lou Dobbs Tonight" at 6 p.m.
Kennedy also said that "truth is the first casualty of policy" in the Bush administration.
Kennedy was an early supporter of the bill but voted against it in its final form.
www.cnn.com /2004/ALLPOLITICS/04/05/kennedy.speech   (922 words)

 John J. Miller on Ted Kennedy & The Kennedy Curse on National Review Online
The premise is simple: "The Kennedy Curse is the result of the destructive collision between the Kennedys' fantasy of omnipotence — their need to get away with things that others cannot — and the cold, hard realities of life."
Ted Kennedy once wondered "whether some awful curse did actually hang over all the Kennedys." Of course, the distinguished Democrat from Massachusetts has been the author of many of his own problems.
Later on, the Kennedys leaked unflattering information about Bowman to the press, even though liberals aren't supposed to "blame the victim." NBC and the New York Times even used her name, despite Florida's rape-shield law.
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 Truthdig - Reports - Truthdigger of the Week: Ted Kennedy
Kennedy has positioned himself as one of the most vocal opponents of escalation, demanding that Congress exercise its constitutionally mandated “power of the purse” to prevent this madness from going any further.
Kennedy is absolutely correct, Americans wanted a change and that is what the results of the 2006 election reflects; Democrats are in control of the House and Senate and they were voted into office to prevent the further escalation of the Iraq War and to change the course.
Ted has the conviction and courage to act while other democracts including prez candidates Hilary, Rudy, McCain…; not only had supported the war, they also are for the war as well as for more troop to Iraq as this writing.
www.truthdig.com /report/item/20070112_truthdigger_of_the_week_ted_kennedy   (7552 words)

 Ted Kennedy was a 'collaborationist' Human Events - Find Articles
Kennedy had instructed Tunney, according to the KGB, to carry a message to Yuri Andropov, the General Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party, expressing Kennedy's concern about the anti-Soviet activities of President Ronald Reagan.
Kennedy played a major role during the 1970s in Grafting the restrictions that made it so difficult for the FBI and CIA to do the job of protecting the American people.
Kennedy introduced the concept in the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Bill that required evidence that someone was providing classified information to a foreign intelligence service.
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 YTedK -Ted Kennedy: the truth about Chappaquiddick, and more...
Ted Kennedy Already Three Cases of Beer Ahead
- Learn how Senator Kennedy spent the nine hours after the accident attempting to cover-up his involvement, while Mary Jo Kopechne was left to die in his submerged automobile.
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