26 August 2009

Mary Jo Kopechne Was Unavailable For Comment

Heroes are villains.
Villains are heroes.

The world truly is upside-down.


cj said...

She was the first person I thought about when I heard the news.

And then I couldn't help wonder what sort of medical care he received over the last months of his life.

Does that make me a horrible person?


Greybeard said...

No, it means you're drinking something other than Kool-aid.
And I have a name to call you girl...
Weren't you giving this politics business a vacation?
Get outta here!

Crown-n-coke said...

every since i I was old enough to understand, I have never failed to remember her name when Ted Kennedy's name was on the news. Excuse me if I don't worship him, but I always think of him as a coward and a dirtbag. His death does not change that. He let a young girl drown, because he was drunk and lacked the courage to save her in just a few feet of water. he appeared in public the next day in a fake neck brace and got away with manslaughter because of his last name, forgive me if I don't get down on my knees and worship him like the rest of the leftist lackeys do. rest in peace Mary Jo.

cj said...

GB -

Yeah, yeah.

I'm going.

But I couldn't not say anything about Senator Kennedy's passing.


Crown-n-coke said...

I also thought of her when I heard TK died. I also thought of the free pass he got for killing her. He could have save her life with just a little effort. I suppose he will be sent off like some sort of hero.

John Ruberry said...

An overlooked part of this story is that Teddy was invited by NASA to attend the Apollo 11 launch--which made sense, since his brother made the commitment to put a man on the moon by 1970--but he chose to attend the Chappaquiddick event instead.

Well, that showed us what his priorities were.