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    Ted Kennedy Dies of Brain Cancer

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    I don't wish anyone dead, but it's all I can do to hold my tongue right now. My feelings about him are a bit of a mixed bag.

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    Mine aren't mixed at all. If I could think of just ONE thing that guy ever did that was FOR America and not just for himself, or his "party," then maybe I'd have mixed feelings.

    God has His own way of enforcing "term limits."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Hat View Post

    Kind of bummed, I lost $50 in an office pool. I predicted he'd go on Friday. Still glad he's no longer able to write anti-gun legislation.



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    well.. can't say I ever had any respect for him.. so not exactly sad that he's gone. hopefully some one who believes in freedom will replace him..
    You can have my freedom as soon as I'm done with it!!!

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    Hooray!!! He is finally gone! Good riddance!!!

  8. Lets hope for some true common sense laws that follow the Constitution and not walk on it like it were another piece of paper.

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    Today's my Birthday...what a Gift!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Hat View Post
    Today's my Birthday...what a Gift!
    Happy birthday Red Hat.
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    Happy birthday Red Hat!!

    I'd love to say I got this 'gift' for you ... but that would infer implications that simply cannot be true. I mean, I was all the way in Arizona when the fine patriot and lion of the senate kicked off... and had no knowledge or role in his step into eternity. I'm sure I would have called the police or an ambulance or something, but you see - there was this party, and I was ... you know... in Arizona and stuff....

    But still, what a gift!
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