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Thursday, September 3, 2009

Kennedy Memoir Reveals "False" Remorse Over Fatal Chappaquiddick Crash

This bullshit cowardly admission, posthumously making it worse, shows what a cad this man really was, and is nothing more than an attempt by he to make and paint himself as the victim of that crash and not Mary Jo Kopechne, the real victim of course....

And the left wing history rewriter's can now go to work on that one as they commonly do with their so called idols as their constantly rewriting the history books even while these people are still alive, hence the Slick Willie reference..

ie: "poor old Ted, how sad he spent time suffering all those years filled with regret and remorse"

... will be the gist of the feeling from the left on this when in fact it even proves his cowardice beyond a reasonable doubt. Never saying as much to the family of his victim and essentially acting as if it never happened until he's dead, buried and un-sueable for the most part.

Instead of being taken in for questioning on his terms, this famous picture should have been from his manslaughter trial. but instead is metaphorical of his walking away unscathed into a cushy life of public theft after this monumental screw up..

When we all know damn well he should have walked right into a prison cell like any other man or woman with lesser means but 5 times the honor would have done after such an accident. Back in those days he would have been out of jail in a couple years..

Instead he lived as a coward and dies as a coward is the way I feel about the way he wiggled through those hoops and is evidenced again by his posthumous admission of stupidity beyond redress..
FOXNews.com: "NEW YORK — In a posthumous memoir, Massachusetts Sen. Edward M. Kennedy writes of fear and remorse surrounding the fateful events on Chappaquiddick Island in 1969, when his car accident left a woman dead, and says he accepted the finding that a lone gunman assassinated his brother President John F. Kennedy.

The memoir, 'True Compass,' is to be published Sept. 14 by Twelve, a division of the Hachette book group. The 532-page book was obtained early by The New York Times.

In it, Kennedy says his actions on Chappaquiddick on July 18, 1969, were 'inexcusable.' He says he was afraid and 'made terrible decisions' and had to live with the guilt for more than four decades.

Kennedy drove off a bridge into a pond. He swam to safety, leaving Mary Jo Kopechne in the car." read more


The urge to save humanity is always a false front for the urge to rule it. H. L. Mencken

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