Doctors call Sen. Kennedy's brain surgery successful

Discussion in 'Politics' started by LT701, Jun 2, 2008.

  1. LT701


  2. "Senator, I'd like to pick your brain."

    (Too late)

    "ummnn... umnnnn....umnnnnn... Frankly, I don't mind not being President. I'm just glad it wasn't a tumor on my balls."
  3. To deem brain surgery on Ted Kennedy as "successful," he would now have to be a vegetable.
  4. Lucrum


    Is dick weed considered a vegetable?
  5. Vista


    Maybe one day brain transplants will be possible. What if Ted Kennedy received Ayn Rand's crogenically frozen brain.

    Ted's new 3 step plan for Massachusetts:

    1) Get all those lazy mother f'ers off the damn welfare checks.

    2) You want welfare, ok, you get injected with Norplant contraceptive, NOW.

    3) What are you nuts? Lower those friggin state income taxes. We ain't givin' nothing away for free anymore.
  6. Don't be so cavalier.

    Its about pieces of YOU dissapearing. Little by little. Until there is not enough left of YOU left to maintain life.

    Regardless of what you think of his politics, at least afford the man some compassion in his impending doom.
  7. Vista


    Oh really, I wonder if Teddy had any compassion for Mary Jo Kopechne, while she was drowning. I wonder if she was screaming for help in the rear window, while he left her alone.

    And most of all, I wonder why he and his buddies didn't contact the police until the next day. Fishermen found the car first, and pulled it ashore the next day.
  8. LT701


    kinda like air being used up?

    Inquest Exhibit #14 - Sketch of Mary Jo Kopechne's position in accident car prepared under the direction of scuba-diver John Farrar.
    *Note: Original Water Level refers to pocket of air trapped in car.

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    what was ted doing between 'original water level', and 'final water level'?

    he sure as hell wasnt getting help, he was preparing his alibi, he didnt talk to police UNTIL THE NEXT MORNING!!!

    The following is the written statement given by Ted Kennedy to Police Chief Dominick Arena on the morning of July19,1969. Throughout the legal proceedings, the Senator stuck to this version of events despite contradictory evidence and witness testimony. Perhaps as important as the inaccuracies within the statement is the fact that so many important details are conspicuously absent.

    "On July 18, 1969, at approximately 11:15 PM in Chappaquiddick, Martha's Vinyard, Massachusetts, I was driving my car on Main Street on my way to get the ferry back to Edgartown. I was unfamiliar with the road and turned right onto Dike Road, instead of bearing hard left on Main Street. After proceeding for approximately one-half mile on Dike Road I descended a hill and came upon a narrow bridge. The car went off the side of the bridge. There was one passenger with me, one Miss Mary ( Kennedy was not sure of the spelling of the dead girl's last name, and offered a rough phonetic approximation ), a former secretary of my brother Sen. Robert Kennedy. The car turned over and sank into the water and landed with the roof resting on the bottom. I attempted to open the door and the window of the car but have no recolection of how I got out of the car. I came to the surface and then repeatedly dove down to the car in an attempt to see if the passenger was still in the car. I was unsuccessful in the attempt. I was exhausted and in a state of shock. I recall walking back to where my friends were eating. There was a car parked in front of the cottage and I climbed into the back seat. I then asked for someone to bring me back to Edgartown. I remember walking around for a period of time and then going back to my hotel room. When I fully realized what had happened this morning, I immediately contacted the police."

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  9. LT701


    #10     Jun 2, 2008