Kennedy Proves himself a stupid stinky onion (or an olive maybe..hic)
Hey. I read the following to my wife during the little one's bath time. Glad she wasn't drinking carbonated or alcoholic beverages at the time. Particularly keen snortage occurred upon (after pause for effect) peeling back the first layer (there is the onion reference right there) of humiliation. Not only did he get his dates wrong, he pulled the President's name from the Martini universe.
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.), hosting a morning roundtable with reporters, had nothing nice to say about Alito. "We here in the United States are not going to stand for monarchial tyranny," he said, protesting Alito's support for "unfettered, unlimited power of the executive." He faulted Alito for belonging to a group that was "anti-black and also anti-women." Kennedy wondered if "the average person is going to be able to get a fair shake" under Alito.Briefly, Kennedy rewrote the outcome of the 1964 election. "This nominee was influenced by the Goldwater presidency," he said. "The Goldwater battles of those times were the battles against the civil rights laws." Only then did Kennedy acknowledge that "Judge Alito at that time was 14 years old."
Uh yeah. Can't you just smell that belch.
Reading the two paragraphs provided by TheNewEditor.com, it left me with a deep slapstick aftertaste. I even took a moment to see if it was BS. I mean, come on.
Only then did Kennedy acknowledge that "Judge Alito at that time was 14 years old."
But he missed the Goldwater gaff. Sure glad I picked this week to quit sniffing glue.
"We're gonna come in low!"
"Isn't that dangerous?"
"Yes, but it's part of every textbook approach."
With Kennedy, as with Airplane, there is always something else going on there. I guess what I mean is that I keep rereading it for a little more meaning and a bunch more laughter. Sadly, with Mr. Kennedy, it just isn't funny. At least the Zuckers did it on purpose.