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The End of the Kennedys?

by David Yeagley · August 26, 2009 · 9 Comments ·

“The Democrats need to reorganize their whole party,” I once charitably remarked to my elderly Comanche mother. “Well, they’ll have to get rid of Ted Kennedy,” she replied. “Get rid of the Kennedys.”

But, as Chris Matthews has already opined, Obama is the last Kennedy brother. Why, we’ll never be rid of the Kennedys. The liberal Democrats idolize them, dead or alive. Ted himself bestowed the mantle on “Obama” back in January, 2008, after Caroline Kennedy had already endorsed the alien. Liberals swooned. And CBS/AP reported:

Two generations of Kennedys – the Democratic Party’s best-known political family – endorsed Barack Obama for president on Monday, with Sen. Edward M. Kennedy calling him a “man with extraordinary gifts of leadership and character,” a worthy heir to his assassinated brother.

So, all the treachery, the Communism, the anti-Americanism, the sheer self-aggrandizing liberalism of a career liar we associate with the alien “Barack Hussein Obama” (Barry Soetoro) is to be attributed to John F. Kennedy? This is Ted Kennedy’s assessment, declaration, and last will and testament?


In this Jan. 23, 2007, file photo, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., left, and Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass. watch President Bush’s State of the Union address on Capitol Hill in Washington. Kennedy will endorse Obama for president, party officials confirmed on Sunday, Jan. 27, 2008. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

Ted Kennedy, who evaded conviction for murder (in the Chappaquiddick case), is now himself removed from the scene. At the age of 77, Ted Kennedy passed on.


Ted Kennedy, after the drowning of Mary Jo Kopechne.

Perfect timing for Obama. “Providential,” the Democrat devotees are sure. They can try to pass the health reform bill now under the ‘saintly’ auspices of Ted. It will be “The Ted Kennedy Health Reform Bill.”

Himself the heir of a big-time Irish ganster’s bootlegger fortune (according to Dope, Inc.) Ted Kennedy was always bent on twisting American values into some demented European socialist labor uprising. The multi-millionaire of ill-gotten gain was always campaigning for the ‘little guy,’ the ‘forgotten worker,’ as if the American population was in some perpetual state of inebriation after working in a factory for 16 hours–much like the Irish immigrants of the 19th century. What a legacy, indeed. There’s ethnic pride for you, for weal or woe.

But I don’t rejoice in his death. I lament his life. I don’t dance on his grave. That’s for Democrats–who are constantly looking for a new gig to prop up their boy Barry (who is constantly sinking). I decry the influence of Ted Kennedy’s life. He represents everything that’s really un-American. His political concepts were as alien as Barry’s professional name, “Barack Hussein Obama.” And, through blind emotionalism and sentimentalism, Ted Kennedy’s influence will remain strong, no doubt.

However, the way Barry Soetoro burns up ‘political capital,’ the way he foolishly squanders the unlimited powers given him by the Democrats, perhaps Ted Kennedy’s actual political influence will wane after all. Barry wastes political favor as profligately as he spends imaginary money. He is immature to the point of abandonment. He has no experience whatsoever as a leader, or even a politician. He first road the waves created by white liberals for the American Negro. Now he has to make his own waves–borrowing completely from white liberals.

And yet he hates whites. I’m sure Barry hates the Kennedys. His appointment of someone like Eric Holder as Attorney General shows just how deep his hated is of the white race, of white America, and of white government. Barry and company are doing everything they can to destroy what white men have made. Their target is the United States of America. That is the prize for the black power mongers. That is the goal of the black politician: destroy what white men created. “Change” is the word they use, but they mean seek and destroy. It is black revenge. Black people at large may not ascribe to any such demonic purpose, but, they seem to be blindly following, like a giant herd of black sheep.

Ted Kennedy is gone, but, having blessed Barry Soetoro, the alien, (a.k.a. “Barack Hussein Obama”), Kennedy’s true values are apparent. His true legacy is evident. This is an awesome epigraph. Yet, is it obviously true and appropriate. It his his last will and testament: Barry’s pure racist anti-Americanism is the legacy of the Kennedy family. It is low, mean, and in the street, with the European gangster origins of the Kennedy family.

Posted by David Yeagley · August 26, 2009 · 10:15 am CT · ·

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9 responses so far ↓

  • 1 David Yeagley // Aug 26, 2009 at 10:23 am   

    Barry reminds me of that scene in Malcom X where Malcom (Denzel Washington) makes that lost white girl kiss his feet–and it still didn’t make him feel any better, any whiter, or equal. There is a discontent in begin black that no amount of sex or money and resolve. I think Barry hates whites, because he’s black.

  • 2 beakerkin // Aug 26, 2009 at 2:20 pm   

    Who says Obama doesn’t like White people. Last we checked Bill Ayers is still White. He just seems to resonate with people in faculty lounges more than truck stops.

  • 3 David Yeagley // Aug 26, 2009 at 2:34 pm   

    He loves white people who hate white people. More accurately, Obama seems to hate white people who hate America. Thats the whole point. Whoever despises America is Obama’s friend. Race doesn’t matter on that score.

    But, have a look at his biography. He has real problems with white people. It doesn’t take a psychiatrist to see that. He is motivated by racial revenge, to all appearances, bent on destroying everything that is America–that happened to be built by “middle-aged white men.”

    This is what the left is all about, Beak. “Hating Whitey,” as Horowitz put it. Do you think I’m misinterpreting this?

  • 4 beakerkin // Aug 26, 2009 at 7:00 pm   

    Doc

    I actually reviewed the hating Whitey Book as I refused to buy it due to its title. It was sent to me after I made a generous donation.

    I apologized to David Horowitz as the books content showed that he was still the same but the movement changed. After reading around 8 books and countless articles I should have had a better grasp of his worldview.

  • 5 John Sandusky // Aug 26, 2009 at 8:39 pm   

    “Obama hates white people and wants them to die.”

    Obama Hates Whites People

    Obama’s choice for Supreme Court Justice speaks volumes about the man.

  • 6 John Sandusky // Aug 26, 2009 at 8:46 pm   

    Also, let me remind the board of Obama’s knee jerk reaction in favor of the black professor verses the white cop doing his job.

    Obama’s reaction was innate.

  • 7 David Yeagley // Aug 26, 2009 at 9:31 pm   

    Well, remember that the Kennedys blessed Barry.

    Ted Kennedy, buried in Arlington Cemetery? I thought that was for honorable veterans. Veterans of some note. Ted spent two years in the Army (1951-53), in Paris. Never anywhere near military conflict.

    Read his record. He was cheat, a drunk, a drop out, and a general flop. Many believe he was a murderer as well.

    Hung out in the senate for nearly 50 years? What, doing penance, by passing laws for ‘the poor?’ He was a loser, by conventional standards, according to his personal track record.

    There is a deep warp here.

  • 8 John Sandusky // Aug 26, 2009 at 10:04 pm   

    “In 1973, at the height of Nixon’s Watergate scandal, Kennedy thundered from the Senate floor, “Do we operate under a system of equal justice under law? Or is there one system for the average citizen and another for the high and mighty?”"

    Obviously, TK’s life proves the latter.

  • 9 beakerkin // Aug 27, 2009 at 2:34 am   

    Those were ironic words coming from Kennedy. Then again there was no such thing as 24/7 cable
    in the days of Chapaquidick. The media structure
    was more monolithic in those days.

    Then again other than talk radio and a few blogs the media scrutiny of Obama has been lacking.

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