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Thursday, September 01, 2005

Ann Coulter - You Gotta Love Her!

Just an exerpt from the wit and wisdom of Ann Coulter.

Sen. Teddy Kennedy has demanded that the Bush administration waive attorney-client privilege and release internal memos John Roberts worked on while in the solicitor general's office 15 years ago, all of which were supposed to be held in the deepest confidence. Apparently, Kennedy thinks public officials have no right to keep even their attorney-client communications secret...

...Consequently, applying the principle even-handedly to members of the executive branch as well as the legislative branch, I demand that Kennedy immediately waive all attorney-client privilege relating to his communications with his lawyer after he drove Mary Jo Kopechne off the bridge at Chappaquiddick. It's time to clear up, once and for all, the many questions that have swirled around Kennedy since Chappaquiddick....

Lawyer: Let's start at the beginning.

Teddy: I'm going to say you were driving.

Lawyer: No, you are not saying I was driving.

Teddy: OK, someone in your family was driving.

Lawyer: They weren't even in Massachusetts that week. Can we move on? Why didn't you call the police after the accident, Teddy?

Teddy: I had to protect my political career, obviously. But this wasn't just about me! I was thinking about future drunk, philandering U.S. senators who may or may not have just drowned some chick they met at a party.

Lawyer: But what about Mary Jo --

Teddy: Yes, precisely! How would it look if I, a United States senator, were driving off to a secluded beach at midnight with a beautiful, nubile female after a private party? How would that look?...


Read the whole column at Townhall.com.

1 Comments:

Blogger Malott said...

How does a pretty little girl grow up to have such a rapier-like wit?

After I read "Death at Chappaquiddick," which I highly recommend, I bought Senatorial Privilege," but haven't read it yet. I guess there is also "Teddy Bare." Any of the three will help you get a good "anger on." After reading them its hard to listen to Teddy question the character of Clarence Thomas, John Roberts, or anyone else for that matter.

The man most likely stepped on Mary Jo climbing out his window of the sedan.

I believe it was at the 1988 Democratic National Convention that Teddy gave his "Where Was George?" speech on the anniversary of the night that Mary Jo Kopechne was suffocating in the footwell of a sedan wondering "where is Teddy?" I think National Review was the only news source that pointed out this little irony.

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