Comments:Senator Ted Kennedy dies at age 77
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I am sad that one of my state's senator died! I planned to visit to JFK Library for mourning!
It saddens me to see such a great man pass. His memories will forever be marked in history. -Jessie Owenby
Ted Kennedy: A Great Loss
People may misread my title and think: Oh yes it was horrible that this man died.
Lets face it, however. Ted Kennedy was everything that this country didn't need.
He got himself off with killing his wife, he was a rich snob, and the biggest hypocrite on the hill. <copyright violation text removed>
This man took bribes, and didn't really care about what was best for America, he cared about what was best for himself... Its a Kennedy trait. This has truly been a GREAT loss, because now the United States is moving one step closer to being as great as it once was. --00:15, 28 August 2009 (UTC)~~
- How about how when he got his marriage of 24 years (with several children) annulled!!! The fucker turned his children into bastards and his wife into an adulterer in the eyes of their religion, just for the sake of Teddy's vanity! He was a drunken philanderer.--126.96.36.199 (talk) 21:23, 28 August 2009 (UTC)