Is Ted Kennedy The First Victim of Obamacare?

26 Aug

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Is Ted Kennedy the first victim of Obamacare? Was it determined by bureaucrats in the Obama administration that Senator Kennedy could be more effective in death than he was while alive? Did Obama pull the plug on Kennedy in order to get sympathetic support to pass Obamacare?

I’m sorry I have to ask these questions, but it’s disturbing how quickly the left saw this as a chance to further Obamacare. Am I the only one that finds it disturbing how people who supposedly loved Ted Kennedy can be so thrilled and eager to use his death to further a legislative agenda? I mean the man isn’t even cold and they are already trying to sell Obamacare as necessary for the sake of Kennedy’s legacy. That’s what I’ve never liked about the left. They tend to see people as means to an end .. even in death.

P.S. If any legislation accurately represented the legacy of Ted Kennedy, it would be a law concerning the attempt to cover-up a death you caused.

P.P.S. I’m not actually accusing anyone of killing Ted Kennedy. I’m simply using the question as a rhetorical device in order to point out the gruesome behavior of the left, while lightly mocking the woman who asserted that Palin was behind Michael Jackson’s death.

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3 Responses to “Is Ted Kennedy The First Victim of Obamacare?”

  1. therightscoop August 26, 2009 at 7:15 AM #

    If they had ‘done this’, then wouldn’t they have taken care to ensure that the gov of mass can pick a replacement? I don’t think that’s been resolved.

    • StickeeNotes August 26, 2009 at 7:23 AM #

      I doubt they’re worried about the same voters that kept Ted in the Senate for 47 years.

  2. therightscoop August 26, 2009 at 8:20 AM #

    So, do you also think that a certain president took out his grandma?

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