Sunday, August 30, 2009

Kennedy Juxtaposition: Arlington National Cemetery Commemorative Edition

From Grandpa John's, "Juxtaposition: Extra! Extra! Assembly targets drunken drivers! Read all about it!":

Also, yesterday Mike at Cold Fury wasn't in the mood to commemorate Teddy's burial at Arlington:

The thought of this noisome ruin befouling Arlington National Cemetery, slowly rotting next to real American heroes — blighting everything he touches, in death as in life — is absolutely nauseating. But no more nauseating than the spectacle of debased liberals tripping over themselves to make excuses for this dastardly murderer, for no better reason than that he was on their side politically. It’s beyond appalling; mere words are inadequate to express my revulsion and contempt for such deluded, simple fools.
Related (unfortunately): CNN, "Kennedy 'expected more of us' on health care, Dodd says" (via Memeorandum).


Dave said...

I nearly puked when I heard they were going to bury Ted Kennedy at that most sacred of American sites.

Ted Kennedy tried to work a deal with the communist Andropov government in an attempt to bring down Ronald Reagan.

In my book, that makes Ted Kennedy a traitor to America, and about as worthless a P.O.S. as it is possible to be.

It is even more sickening when you consider all of the Americans who gave their lives serving in Vietnam, which Ted Kennedy was instrumental in forcing us to cut and run from with victory in our grasp.

Let's also not forget the two million Cambodians who were slaughtered right after we left SE Asia, nor the 40+ million unborn human beings who are now dead, in part, because of Ted's championing of abortion.

They should have buried his pickled carcass out behind a scotch distillery.