Thursday, June 23, 2005
  Teddy, the "Human Being"
Regarding interrogation techniques at Guantanomo, Senator Kennedy says that, "as a human being," he cannot condone methods such as "near-drowning." Mary Jo Kopechne could not be reached for comment. Cast your mind back, Senator. It was a dark night in 1969. You were a gutless coward, much like now. You were drunk, much like you are now. You lied, much as you do now. You cared more for yourself than than anyone else, much like you do now.

I refuse to be lectured on morals, abuse or how a human being should conduct themselves by a man who committed murder through depraved indifference.
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