Another lie from the Washington D.C. left……

Yesterday afternoon David Schuster, on MSNBC, or as Rush calls it PMSNBC said this about Ted Kennedy:

SHUSTER: Ted Kennedy, unlike so many politicians of this day, he didn’t dabble in the small stuff, the petty personal attacks. That was not him. And, again, I think that’s why so many people are feeling so sad not only for the loss of him, but for the loss, perhaps, of a political era.

Oh Yeah? I can quote many times that the man was snide with personal attacks. Wanna hear some?

KENNEDY: Robert Bork’s America is a land in which women would be forced into back alley abortions, blacks would sit at segregated lunch counters, rogue police could break down citizens’ doors in midnight raids, and schoolchildren could not be taught about evolution. Writers and artists would be censored at the whim of government. And the doors of the federal courts would be shut on the fingers of millions of citizens for whom the judiciary is and is often the only protector of the individual rights that are the heart of our democracy.

Now can you imagine if a Republican had said that about Kennedy or Obama? All hell would have broken loose not only in Washington D.C., but all over the nation in the media. But because it was Kennedy who said this, it is forgotten and we are supposed to forget it too. And yet, he destroyed Bork’s career with that. Well, I for one will not forget the hypocrisy of this man and the party that he belonged too. And that wasn’t the only snide thing that he said. He said this about President Reagan, while he was president:

KENNEDY: America is a better and freer nation than Robert Bork thinks. Yet in the current delicate balance of the Supreme Court his rigid ideology will tip the scales of justice against the kind of country America is and ought to be. The damage that President Reagan will do through this nomination, if it is not rejected by the Senate, could live on far beyond the end of his presidential term. President Reagan is still our president. But he should not be able to reach out from the muck of Irangate, reach into the muck of Watergate, and impose his reactionary vision of the Constitution on the Supreme Court and on the next generation of Americans. No justice would be better than this injustice.

My friends, Ted Kennedy was as snide with personal attacks as anyone in Washington D.C., is and was. And I am not sorry that I have said this. Sure he is dead, but so is Mary Jo Kopechne who was killed by him in 1969! And no one that I can remember, except for her family, and me has said much of anything about her. The problem with Kennedy and the rest of the politicians in Washington is that they all think they are above the law and that it can’t touch them. And Kennedy proved that to be true. At least for the democrats.

And now, all the media and the pundits in Washington are coming down on Rush Limbaugh for what he had to say about Ted Kennedy on his show yesterday. Come on people. You are all treating Kennedy like he was president, and not just a lowly Senator who “loved the Senate” because it accorded him the liberty to break the law and not be punished for it.

No my friends, I did not like Ted Kennedy. I did not have any respect for the guy. He liked the Senate because it gave him the chance to do things that we couldn’t do, and be able to have complete immunity from his actions. The only thing that is great about his dying, is that now he is having to face the consequences for his actions and they will not be taken away because he is a Kennedy. It is like I said in my last post, Man’s courts would not try him…..God’s courts will.

I pray for the Kennedy family at this time of loss, in not just the loss of Ted, but also the loss of Eunice who died a few weeks ago. Their sorrow must be great. But that is as far as I will go. Because now, Ted Kennedy is facing the trial, that he should have faced those so many years ago, when he drove drunk, with an expired drivers license and no insurance, and after wrecking his car into the waters of Chappaquiddick, left the scene and went home to sleep before reporting it all to the police the next morning. Any of the rest of us would have languished in prison for quite some time, and all they had to say about it on television the other day when he died, is, that it slowed down his career a bit. And now they are saying that he never engaged in personal attacks. Are we listening to what Washington is trying to hand us? Can’t we smell the bull? I know I can and the stench from Washington is strong, and I do not live very close to that city at all. It is just like Rush Limbaugh said today:

RUSH: Oh, yeah, he never got personal. He never got petty. Mr. Shuster, you’re a dunce. Mr. Brooks, you defy explanation. He never got personal. No. He only destroyed Robert Bork’s career. He tried to destroy Robert Bork’s life. Ted Kennedy, with views like this, succeeded in screwing up, along with his Democrat buddies, the federal bunch, the US judiciary, more than anybody could have had they tried. He never got personal? He certainly got personal about Clarence Thomas. He pulled the same stunt on Clarence Thomas that he tried here on Robert Bork. This was from 1987. I think I was in Sacramento when this happened. This is the beginning of the dawn of the age of the current hate. This is what started it. Everything was hunky-dory back then, the Republicans had 135 members in the House and they were happy, did not even show up, just go play golf with Democrats now and then, guys like Hugh Scott were in the Senate, there wasn’t any acrimony. The Democrats ran the show except for Reagan, who they hated. They despised Reagan as much as they despised Bush. But this started it. This started the age of hate in American, good old Ted Kennedy, the lion, he never got personal, he never got petty. We can learn a lot from Ted Kennedy and his civil ways.

Yes, we can learn a lot from Ted Kennedy and his civil ways. The trouble is folks, those ways are not ways that I would be proud of, nor would I wish to impart them on my children. Teddy Kennedy believed in personal attacks and used them to his advantage, especially when it was directed at a Republican.

God Bless America and her troops and the people too
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About Robert P. Garding

I am a Reagan Conservative, who is very alarmed at the Liberals who have just lost their majority over our government, but continue to act like it never happened. They have to be stopped. NOW or even sooner.
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2 Responses to Another lie from the Washington D.C. left……

  1. Edisto Joe says:

    Ted Kennedy was a true”blue” liberal. You always new where he was coming from.

    Maybe if Republicans had stayed true to their core conservative values the past 8 years,we wouldn’t be where we are today!

    Edisto Joe
    The Edisto Joe Outlook

    Reply from Robert: No truer words could have been spoken Edisto Joe. You are so right. If the republicans had stuck with their core, things would be so different today.

  2. Seane-Anna says:

    “…reactionary vision of the Constitution…”? What did Ted Kennedy mean by that? Reading the Constitution and accepting the plain meaning of the text? Is that what he meant by a “reactionary vision” of our nation’s guiding ideological Scripture? If it is then it’s a good thing politically that Kennedy has died. It means one less left-wing true believer to poison the political waters. I just hope another left-wing true believer doesn’t take the last Kennedy’s place.
    reply from Robert: Knowing Kennedy, it’s hard telling what he meant except that he didn’t like what the Constitution said. What needs to be watched now is the reaction to his death this is going to cause, and it is happening now. Trying to name the health care bill after him, making him out to be greater than he really was…..trying to pass the bill off as his and therefore making it imperitive that it be passed. Kennedy will be used in any way to get what the democrats want passed, passed. And don’t you know that they would want all his negative things glossed over so he looks like a saint among men? When he was very very far from that.

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