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Monday, August 31, 2009

This will surprise nobody.

So as most of you know Senator Ted Kennedy recently died. I, of course, do not need to elaborate upon the various mourning activities that are occurring. I thought, however, that I should briefly share with y'all the very "classy" sendoff that Conservapedia has been giving him:



Or, in plain text with the order reversed relative to the picture to reflect the chronology of entries:

Edward M. Kennedy, the longtime Senator from Massachusetts who was the leader of the liberal agenda for nearly five decades, has died at his home in Hyannis Port from a brain tumor. He was 77.

The Untold Legacy of Edward M. Kennedy : Watergate. What were the Watergate burglars after? Information on the Chappaquiddick coverup. Who was on Nixon's Enemies list? Harvard liberals who insisted on Alger Hiss's innocence.

The late Edward Kennedy did indeed have a profound affect on millions of Americans:
-Millions who were aborted, and their mothers hurt, due to Kennedy's pro-abortion policies
-Millions who cannot read, due to Kennedy's excluding real choice from No Child Left Behind
-Millions who lack health insurance, due to Kennedy's gutting MSAs by limiting insurance deduction levels
-Millions who depend on government programs to survive, due to Kennedy's tax-and-spend socialism
May the Lord be merciful with his soul.

Ted Kennedy said, in voting against saving the life of Terri Schiavo, "I'm not sure what Mr. DeLay meant when he said, 'The time will come for the men responsible for this to answer for their behavior.'" We trust Ted Kennedy understands now.


So, just to sum up: Kennedy is dead, roasting in hell, and it's his fault Nixon was a corrupt bastard. Right.

I know some people say, "Love the sinner, hate the sin," but I think Conservapedia has taken that to the next level of, "Hate the sin, dislike everybody, hate your opposition."

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

As anticipated, I’m not surprised.
~FHR

Monday, August 31, 2009 7:40:00 PM  

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