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    Ted Kennedy - Dead

    U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy dies at 77
    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32491712/?gt1=43001

    BOSTON - Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, the liberal lion of the Senate and haunted bearer of the Camelot torch after two of his brothers fell to assassins' bullets, has died at his home in Hyannis Port after battling a brain tumor. He was 77.

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    Finally.
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    Donít be bashful, tell us how you really feel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve R Jones View Post
    Don’t be bashful, tell us how you really feel
    Imagine if he'd really done some damage, you know, like been responsible for a million dead not one.
    From what I read he was a well respected senator, by all but the wingnuts.

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    That's all the brothers now, l think. One was lost here in UK, during WWII on some hush hush mission.
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    Quote Originally Posted by werz View Post
    Imagine if he'd really done some damage, you know, like been responsible for a million dead not one.
    From what I read he was a well respected senator, by all but the wingnuts.
    It's what was hushed up all his life that made one realize what a skunk this guy really was. Growing up in the Bay State, one was aware of the word of mouth spread despite the press silence on his DUIs, the endless speeding tickets, the endless affairs that ruined his first marriage, the ham-handed attempts to control patronage in Boston, and God knows what all else. After the old man died, his mother refused to let him go out in public without two handlers to monitor his every movement. His supporters demanded adherence to moral standards he refused to follow.

    It figures you'd be one of them.
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    Big C for Change or Cancer cause his life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lgbpop View Post
    It's what was hushed up all his life that made one realize what a skunk this guy really was. Growing up in the Bay State, one was aware of the word of mouth spread despite the press silence on his DUIs, the endless speeding tickets, the endless affairs that ruined his first marriage, the ham-handed attempts to control patronage in Boston, and God knows what all else. After the old man died, his mother refused to let him go out in public without two handlers to monitor his every movement. His supporters demanded adherence to moral standards he refused to follow.

    It figures you'd be one of them.
    No gay sex and moralizing about families, so he can't have been a republican.
    Parking tickets and affairs, nothing out of the ordinary there, ask any cop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lgbpop View Post
    It's what was hushed up all his life that made one realize what a skunk this guy really was. Growing up in the Bay State, one was aware of the word of mouth spread despite the press silence on his DUIs, the endless speeding tickets, the endless affairs that ruined his first marriage, the ham-handed attempts to control patronage in Boston, and God knows what all else. After the old man died, his mother refused to let him go out in public without two handlers to monitor his every movement. His supporters demanded adherence to moral standards he refused to follow.

    It figures you'd be one of them.
    His brother might have a word or two on the matter of hushing things up. Two of 'em, even.
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    Well if that's the way you feel.

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    Check out John Peel some time - Old Grey Whistletest dude. He was in Dallas that day, reporting news.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lgbpop View Post
    Finally.

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