.@NancyPelosi on Ted Kennedy & his goal of health care reform "I knew when he left us he would go to work..now he can rest in peace."— Kelly O'Donnell (@KellyO) June 28, 2012
Disgusting. Almost as disgusting as when they had a mourning child at Ted Kennedy’s funeral push for passage of Obamacare.
Wait, her face moves enough to form a smile? That’s new!
Oh, well, Teddy. As long as he can rest in peace.
Indeed. But she doesn’t matter at all, to the morally bankrupt Left. Remember the repulsive hagiography when he died? For The Women “feminists” like Eleanor Clift, Melissa Lafsky and Joyce Carol Oates all weighed in with various levels of repugnant. Clift said that she was “willing to measure the benefits that Kennedy brought to countless people through his politics, and give them proper weight on the scales of the man’s record.”
Leaving a woman to die? Whatever! It resulted in sweet, sweet lefty policy. Joyce Carol Oates called Chappaquiddick a “fortunate fall” and just a little “notorious behavior.” No big whoop! Ted Kennedy left a woman to die, but then totally refashioned himself into a super cool leftist. Isn’t that really all that matters? To the morally bankrupt, yes. Lafsky went one step further into Vile-town and called Kopechne a “footnote” who would like feel her death was worth it. Because, Ted Kennedy.
They glorify a man who left a woman to die. Alone in the dark, in a sinking car. For hours. Mary Jo Kopechne didn’t drown; she suffocated and gasped her last breaths as the tiny air pocket left in the car was used up.
While Senator Kennedy chatted with his buddies. And slept, likely peacefully.
Nancy Pelosi is not only repulsively glorifying Ted Kennedy, but she is planning a bash.
This is the Left. Never forget that.
Like Kopechne, Brian Terry’s life doesn’t matter; Ted Kennedy and Eric Holder are more important than the lives lost, to the Left.