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GOTTA ADMIT IT, KENNEDY HAS STONES

Leftist hero Ted Kennedy was pontificating yesterday about what Bush needed to say during his speech on Iraq last night. During his rant Kennedy comesout with this gem:

''This is a difficult and challenging profession. No one should come to it lightly. As it should be. People have to be held accountable, professionally, and the public is looking at it in terms of private lives, as well. Everything is fair game."

Everything is fair game? Fine, Senator. If people need to be held accountable in their private lives, when are you going to explain to us why wandering up and down that dark road on that July night in 1969 worrying about your political future. What was more important, your political life, or saving the life of that girl trapped in the car you managed to drive into the drink? You do know that Mary Jo was alive in that car for as much as two hours, don't you? Two hours to die while you're working on your cover-up. Accountable? Do you care to respond to the Mass. State Police Detective Lieutenant who said that you "killed that girl the same as if (you) put a gun to her head and pulled the trigger"? You belong in jail. Not in the U.S. Senate.

oh and hes free


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There is no

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statute of limitations on murder......wonder if anybody in MASS. will have the stones to re-open the case and finally bring justice to MaryJo.....

TONI

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you would think so

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but money has a way of "buying" your silence:(

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(NT) (NT) people might want to keep their jobs

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(NT) (NT) like money pays off you can kill and be free ask oj

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Not even money

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Kennedy is as much a holy name in Mass as Jesus Christ is in Rome. That allowed the WHOLE family to get away with lots of stuff that was illegal, going back multiple generations.

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(NT) (NT) I think the illegal came before the name.

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How about a statute of limitations on criminal negligence,

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or on vehicular manslaughter, the former being, in my opinion, a far more likely and supportable charge. Murder involves pre-meditation which only the most partisan would try to maintain in this case.

Rob Boyter who dislikes Teddy K a lot.

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There is no statute of limitations on responsibility,

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hypocracy, or guilt. Teddy has yet to acknowledge his.

BTW, I don't know, but I'll guess there is not a time limit on prosecuting his crime.

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Actually ...

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... didn't he get a slap on the wrist for that incident through some plea deal? In that case I would presume that double jeapordy would prevent him from ever being prosecuted.

Evie Happy

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(NT) (NT) I think you are right.

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The initial accident ...

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... would be vehicular manslaughter. But his deliberate acts not trying to save her constitute murder.

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