Analysis: Ted Kennedy spoke of a family curse after Chappaquiddick. He had good reason. https://t.co/SCA290iKMQ
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) April 7, 2018
As far as Ted goes, is this really a “curse”?
Hang on, he wasn’t the one who drowned!
— Keith (@hobson_keith) April 7, 2018
Also, Ted didn’t go to jail, and his post-Chappaquiddick life was followed by a several decade career in the Senate for the wealthy Kennedy. So basically it depends on what your definition of a “curse” is.
— Rich Zeoli (@Richzeoli) April 7, 2018
Dui with a babe off a bridge is quite a curse.
— me (@GlenBrown15) April 7, 2018
Cursed no. Drunk yes!
— Bob (@BobBam6) April 7, 2018
Why do bad things always happen to him? https://t.co/83bZYwQxi9
— James Taranto (@jamestaranto) April 7, 2018
The media spin machine has sure been working overtime since “Chappaquiddick” came out.