Sunday, August 30, 2009

Edward Kennedy is Dead...oh, I thought We Were Mourning...Oh Never Mind

sorry I haven't updated my blog in such a long time. School's just been crazy!

Anyways, as you might have noticed Edward Kennedy has died. Now, unless you've been hiding in some cave, (and if you have, tell me a good one) you've been subject to hours upon hours of mourning. Seriously, at first, until I read the bottom scroll, I thought we were mourning Obama or something.
I'm sorry he's dead, don't get me wrong, I'm not like, "yay he died." Uh, no. But I don't really care for the Kennedy family. Between their politics and staying power. Uh, not really a big fan.
Well, I've been thinking, while the media weeps for him, how about I bring up the issues they may have, *cough on purposely* accidentally skipped over.

Here I go...

1) He killed a woman. In real life, if my neighbor accidentally drove off a bridge with a woman in the car and then fled the scene afterwards, he would be sentenced to jail. Well, with the Kennedy's they are exempt from everything. I mean, with a name like Kennedy they better be perfect. :)

2) He was a major advocate for Universal Health Care which I'm 150% against. That could possibly be one of the worst things for our country.

3) He was in the senate for 46 years. That's waaaaayyyyy too long. Let's see, he was elected in 1962 and Obama was born 1961. Hmm...

4) The dude had a brain tumor. If I was on the senate and had a tumor, I'd be running out of there faster than Road Runner Bird. Instead, he spent his last days working on politics. Me, I'd be spending time with my family and doing things that I hadn't ever done. Nope, not him.

5) Found this on wikipedia:
Senator Kennedy’s political positions are reflected in his advocacy for minority groups regarding racial justice; women’s reproductive rights; gender equality; age discrimination; immigration; gay rights; and civil rights. Ya know what, I don't really care about gender equality and age discrimination. Sorry, but I think there's more important things to care about.

So, there you have it, my opinion on Edward Kennedy's death.

Love, Palin, and Crowder...
-CT-P.S. No offense, anyways.

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