Win One For The Swimmer

I love this headline:

“Win One for Teddy,’ Say Dems Pushing for Health Reform: Key Question Is Whether Kennedy’s Death Can Rally Fellow Democrats”

Yep use Ted Kennedy’s death to push your health care bill because Kennedy really cared about people’s health, unless of course you are a girl named Mary Jo and he just dumped you into a tidal channel on Chappaquiddick Island.  Too bad the Democrat didn’t rally around Mary Jo Kopechne and try to save her while she waited alive in Ted’s car hoping someone would come save her.  It’s really not as bad as it sounds,  after all Ted did call the police, the next day after talking to his lawyer and hours too late to save her life, but he did call…

ted kennedy

For people that don’t get the joke, it was a spoof from the National Lampoon magazine off of this advertisement.


I’m not even going to bother talking about the Obamacare BS.  I just wanted to make fun of Kennedy, and before people start complaining about “how I shouldn’t speak ill of the dead”, shut up.  I don’t care, I speak ill of a lot of dead people.  Just wait to hear what I have to say when Kim Jong-il, Hanoi Jane or Castro end up in Hell.  If Kennedy didn’t want me to talk shit about him he shouldn’t have killed a girl and spent the rest of his life being an annoying drunken blob.



  1. Amen to that, you keep at it, he was a scumbag for doing that and he doesn’t deserve any kind words.

  2. Bravo! Bravo! I can’t stand all the blind devotion to that selfish, unfeeling murderer. That’s not even talking about how he’s contributed to the ruination of our country. Thinking of you, Mary Jo.

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