Day By Day by Chris Muir August 30, 2009 – Psych Job

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Day By Day by Chris Muir

Linking the recently deceased Senator Ted Kennedy to Obamacare is wishful thinking by the FAR LEFT. Americans KNOW Obamacare has been drafted by radical leftists in the Obama Administration and in the offices of Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi.

Ted Kennedy’s contribution to the current health care reform debate will fade this Fall as the Blue Dog Democrats scramble to avoid political fallout from the President’s insistence on nationalizing health care.


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Day By Day by Chris Muir August 28, 2009 – It’s Only a Model

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Obamacare is NOT Kennedycare and it is certainly NOT Camelot.

Obamacare IS socialized medicine and its ultimate goal is to replace American private medicine with a government run program – eventually.

Who is the LEFT trying to fool?

And, all of this Ted Kennedy media talk about Obamacare is just foolishness.


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Day By Day by Chris Muir August 27, 2009 – We’ll Cross That Bridge…..

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The Kennedy Family spin masters will be out in full force the next few days to remind America how great their family is/was. Without denigrating Senator Ted Kennedy, I think it can be said that they have their work cut out for them. Look for alot of doumentary footage from Jack and Bobby.

And, if President Obama and the Congressional Democrats think they can revive the moribund Obamacare legislation by renaming it Kennedycare, they are in deeper electoral trouble than the pundits surmise.

The funeral is on Saturday and then the politics of the whole Kennedy affair will hit the media – just in time for the Sunday shows.


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Mitt Romney for Massachusetts United States Senate – Ted Kennedy’s Seat?

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Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., left, and Republican challenger Mitt Romney argue while answering a question concerning welfare during a televised debate Oct. 27, 1994, at Holyoke Community College in Holyoke, Mass. Kennedy, the liberal lion of the Senate, has died after battling a brain tumor. He was 77.

And, why not consider the race?

Surprisingly enough, this brings things back full circle to Romney, who up to now has been busy laying the groundwork for another presidential bid in 2012. It would be an intriguing thing if, after waiting a day or two out of respect for the late senator, Romney were to downshift and announce he will be a candidate in the upcoming election to fill Kennedy’s vacant Senate seat.
Such an announcement would likely be embraced immediately by the Republicans, who would like almost nothing more than to deny Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada his new, hard-won, 60-vote, filibuster-proof majority. As a self-funding candidate who has already been elected once statewide, Romney has nearly 100 percent name ID. And, in an environment where President Obama seems to be dragging the Democrats down, he would be a serious threat to the Democratic hegemony in Massachusetts’s congressional delegation. Meaning Romney likely would win.

Well, Mitt wants to be President and it is uncertain whether President Obama will be vilnerable in 2012 anyway. And, Romney sure as hell could beat Democrat Congressman Barney Frank.

I think this an intriguing proposition because I do believe Romney can win this race, setting the stage for a Presidency campaign either in 2012 or 2016.

Stay tuned……

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Senator Edward M Kennedy, 1932-2009

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Senator Ted Kennedy has passed away at 77.
U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy, a towering figure in the Democratic Party who took the helm of one of America’s most fabled political families after two older brothers were assassinated, died at age 77, his family said.

“Edward M. Kennedy, the husband, father, grandfather, brother and uncle we loved so deeply, died late Tuesday night at home in Hyannis Port (Massachusetts),” the Kennedy family said in a statement early on Wednesday.

One of the most influential and longest-serving senators in U.S. history — a liberal standard-bearer who was also known as a consummate congressional dealmaker — Kennedy had been battling brain cancer, which was diagnosed in May 2008.

His death marked the twilight of a political dynasty and dealt a blow to Democrats as they seek to answer President Barack Obama’s call for an overhaul of the healthcare system.

May he rest in peace.

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Caroline Kennedy Aftermath: “Governor David Paterson is Going To Pay For This”

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Uncle Teddy is reportedly furious over the treatment of his neice, Caroline Kennedy by New York Governor David Paterson

Yes, Uncle Teddy is pissed.

An “apoplectic” Kennedy family is seething over the rough treatment that heiress apparent Caroline got from Gov. Paterson’s office and is spoiling for revenge, several sources close to the clan have told The Post.

“The governor’s going to pay for this,” said a well-placed Democrat. “Ted is furious. The family is furious. The Kennedys are now against the governor.”

Among Paterson’s offenses was a request that Caroline lie about her unexpected withdrawal for “personal” reasons, according to NY magazine.

“You can’t withdraw. You’ve got to stay in this thing, and I’ll just not pick you,” Paterson reportedly told her over the phone late Wednesday.

Then a torrent of ugly rumors spilled from Paterson’s office about Caroline’s taxes, about her nanny, even about the state of her marriage – and Camelot’s seeking payback, confidants said.

“I’m sure the family is going to protect her,” one source said. “What did Caroline do to deserve getting dragged through the mud?”

David Paterson is as blind politically as he is with his own sight. He should have given the Kennedys the courtesy of an early indication if he was not going to consider her for the appointment. Why let her go out and make a fool of herself and then kick her when she is going down.

Paterson is without a doubt the BIGGEST LOSER in this entire affair. And, the choice of Kirsten Gillibrand ain’t going help him much in 2010.

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