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A drunk Kennedy humiliates himself, albeit unintentionally

Ted Kennedy was unavailable for comment.  Patches, however, was available for this nugget:

CNSNews.com: “What is your reaction to the [Mexican] president criticizing the Arizona law?”
 
Rep. Patrick Kennedy (D-R.I.): “Well he’s right on. I mean, it violates the spirit of our own Constitution. So, you know, we  had a tragic history in this country. The most shameful parts of our history were when we had our slave trade, when we, when we, the Trail of Tears — what we did to our Native Americans.  And, you know, the proudest moments in our history are when we had the Civil Rights Act, when we moved forward on integration and expanding the opportunities for all of our citizens. So, this idea of, you know, racial profiling, takes us backwards and really goes to the worst character of our nation and it’s, it’s demeaning to our country that we would move in that direction. It’s beneath us as a people.”

Slave trade?  Trail of Tears?  Seriously, border security and enforcement of federal immigration law is akin to slave trade and the Trail of Tears?  Seriously?

I suppose it’s belaboring the point to mention, yet again, that the AZ immigration law explicitly forbids racial profiling.  But Patches is simply doing what B.O., Nappy Napolitano, Holder, and other Obamatons are doing: popping off about a law they haven’t ever read.  That’s yet additional proof that liberals are impervious to facts.

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May 25, 2010 - Posted by | illegal immigration, Kennedrunk

2 Comments »

  1. I’m getting sick of these politicians. I think Patches is drunk with power not just alcohol!

    Comment by SojournerLove | May 25, 2010

  2. Patrick Kennedy is the spoiled little twerp who called opposing gun control as insane and comming from a spoiled little kennedy brat surrounded by their armed bodyguards 24/7

    Comment by SPURWING PLOVER | March 31, 2011


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