Eulogy for a big fat bastard

10 years and one month ago

Eulogy for a big fat bastard

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The killer of Chappaquiddick just blessed this world by leaving it, and we are left with the irony of watching his pals having their 2004 self-serving tampering of the political process blowing up in their face. Karma's a bitch:
"(...) the hacks are putting their heads together to overturn the 2004 Kennedy-backed legislation that took away appointment power from Republican Gov. Mitt Romney in the event of a Kerry succession situation." (more at Jules Crittenden's)
2004 was indeed a great year for the Democrats-democracy relationships department, particularly as far as Teddy "Let's Have A Drink Mary Jo" Kennedy was concerned.

Indeed, that September 2nd 2004 entry of mine serves as a reminder, particularly useful for the American voting part of my readers, that this Democrat Senator (for life) once expressed clearly and without ambiguity to his DNC friends how they should fear the will of the people and the legal outcome of the democratic process more than anything else—mass-murdering totalitarian Muslims who fly commercial planes into civilian buildings included, at least de facto.

Fortunately Edward "Splash" Kennedy won't be in position to utter such abject garbage anymore1—and so the best I can say of him (watch out, here comes the eulogy) is that he was gracious enough to leave, at last.
  1. At least not down here. Perhaps he'll try again from Dante's Fith Circle of Hell—where the tenants have their bodies torn apart in dark filthy water—but it's unlikely we'll hear any of it.


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  • Proof Stockton, Callifornia, USA

Be thankful you don’t live here, Monsieur Frogman! The coverage is wall to wall, cloying and constant!

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  • 2hotel9 Western Pennsylvania

I was sick of hearing about Teddie before, ready to vomit already!

Una Salus Victus Nullam Sperare Salutem

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  • unknown jane

Best comment I’ve heard concerning the death of Sir Ted the Gin Blossomed:

If they get to speak of Camelot, then we get to talk about the Lady in the Lake

Only have one issue with your post here Mr. Frogman—considering all the treasonous, murderous things ol’ Teddy the Scotch Bloated did in his misused life, I do believe he warrants a bit further down than the Fifth Circle.

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  • J

Unfortunately, we have elected a lot more of like-minded idiots (from President on down)to support the dreams of teddy.

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  • nyexpat left coast

You are just too kind, monsiuer.

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  • Valerie, Texas

Remember when Ted collapsed at the luncheon back in January?  After The Big Day?  I’ve mused from time to time if Obama would ever have forgiven him for dying on “his” day.

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  • Jake Neuman

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My mother – in – law’s best friend’s son (25 years) who worked at the Twin Towers had a day off from work scheduled for 9/11. Late at night 9/10, he received a call from an associate who had taken ill and asked if he wouldn’t mind covering the next day and in return he would trade his day off the following week. He left for work at 6:00 am on September 11 and was dead by 9:30 am. There must be dozens of stories just like this one.

This young man and the 2,972 were murdered so their 19 Muslim killers who “fight in the way of Allah and shall slay and be slain” could ascend to Paradise. Indeed, the only way Muslim men can be guaranteed accession to Paradise is to slay or be slain in the service of God.

Read the book for the brutal reality of this very evil ideology.



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  • mrmeval

I now have to say “Brain cancer killed more people than my guns.”
I should say “Brain cancer killed more evil than my guns.”