Friday, August 28, 2009

Liberal Lion LOLs at Liquor-fueled Lake Lambasting of Lincoln Leading to Loss of Left-Hand-Woman




While we're on the subject of the Kennedy's...

Teddy: 'I love that joke!' Crowd: 'Tell us another one!

You know what's hilarious? Chappaquiddick! Teddy, LOL'ed about it all the time! I mean, why not? It's got all the makings of a great joke:
  • A horny drunk guy
  • A young woman with her entire life ahead of her
  • A dark drive home
  • A rickety bridge
Wait, on second thought, this sounds more like a 'Friday the 13th' movie setup, not a joke... I guess the punch line comes at the end where Teddy staggers away, and Mary Jo Kopechne dies of asphyxiation. No, that doesn't sound right either... Damn!

4 People Have Had Their Say:

Behold a Red Horse on August 30, 2009 at 11:47 AM said...

You're smart enough to know that such a post is in bad taste. You have a good mind, yet, you choose the LOL wonkette style writing? Why? Be a legitimate journalist. It's not that what you have said is untrue. It is that everyone knows it, and really, prefers to be graceful in the face of someone's death. This is beneath your intellect. It is....

Go ahead, give me hell over it, but you are too smart for such things as this.

BRH

Skunkfeathers on August 31, 2009 at 1:06 PM said...

Good point made by previous commenter: what you said is true.

'Nuff said.

classicaliberal on August 31, 2009 at 8:43 PM said...

BRH- I wont give you hell, because I honestly value the opinion of every commenter! I think that the subject is putrid. It's disgusting that a man 'allegedly' thought that his criminally negligent homicide was a matter for joking. My reason for posting on it is the simple fact that it will not be reported in the dinosaur media. It's important to temper the deification of any politician with truth, facts and warts so that we do not end up with a Charmian Mao or Comrade Lenin.

Bottom line, the Ted'ster was no saint.

Behold a Red Horse on September 1, 2009 at 7:47 AM said...

Point taken. He was no saint. I do, however, believe in redemption. Who is a saint among them? There are no saints in our government. There are no saints amongst us constituents. It would be well to say, amongst those who disliked Teddy, that he was a formidable opponent who lived in the shadow of his brother's deaths, in the shadow of his own flaws, but still... there was something there, someone there, who stood like a slot machine and challenged the world. When they played him, most of the time, they lost. Honor that at least. Even if you don't want to honor it, at least recognize it, Ted was an American Bad Ass. He did stand for something, even if we don't agree, and that alone impresses me.

Notice i hit a rhyme there? It's 10:44 in D.C. Is it too early to be drunken and wax poetic? No, not here.

You do have a good mind though. It's not my place to prod you away from the LOL style. You can do w/e you want with your mind. It's not out of your reach, and honestly, much of what you write is a damn site better than the excuse for journalism that I see on television. That's my point. You should be challenging them, not a dead man.

JWB

 

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