The Wit and Wisdom of Ted Kennedy

Last week he stated that Mao wrote the Communist Manifesto and professed his belief in a patent hoax.

This week he states that Goldwater was President.

The Washington Post's Dana Milbank notes some of the wisdom flowing from Sen. Ted Kennedy regarding Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito, when he writes in this piece: (via PoliPundit —— emphasis added)

"Briefly, Kennedy rewrote the outcome of the 1964 election. 'This nominee was influenced by the Goldwater presidency,' he said. 'The Goldwater battles of those times were the battles against the civil rights laws.' Only then did Kennedy acknowledge that "Judge Alito at that time was 14 years old." 

This is  why you shouldn't cheat on your exams. In the end , your ignorance will embarrass you

Clarice Feldman  01 08 06

Last week he stated that Mao wrote the Communist Manifesto and professed his belief in a patent hoax.

This week he states that Goldwater was President.

The Washington Post's Dana Milbank notes some of the wisdom flowing from Sen. Ted Kennedy regarding Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito, when he writes in this piece: (via PoliPundit —— emphasis added)

"Briefly, Kennedy rewrote the outcome of the 1964 election. 'This nominee was influenced by the Goldwater presidency,' he said. 'The Goldwater battles of those times were the battles against the civil rights laws.' Only then did Kennedy acknowledge that "Judge Alito at that time was 14 years old." 

This is  why you shouldn't cheat on your exams. In the end , your ignorance will embarrass you

Clarice Feldman  01 08 06