Questions Senator Kennedy should ask himself

Mark Steyn is his usual caustic self, especially when sticking it to Democrats.

This time he proposes that Senator Kennedy ask and answer some questions of his own. 

Sen. Kennedy (D-Mass.): "I find it, uh, troubling, uh, that as a, uh, grown man you were a, uh, member, uh, of an, uh, organization, uh, with, uh, a, uh, very troubling, uh, track record on, uh, the treatment of, uh, women."

Sen. Kennedy (D-Mass.): "Yes, it’s, uh, true I was a member of the, uh, Kennedy family."

Sen. Kennedy (D-Mass.): "Please don’t interrupt. And it’s, uh, true, is it not, that you’ve, uh, made, uh, jokes that could be regarded as, uh, inappropriate and offensive to, uh, women, uh, you’ve, uh uh, known?"

Sen. Kennedy (D-Mass.): "Well, uh, I named my dog Splash, but, uh, other than, uh, that, uh uh…"

Finally there is the following observation;

Michael Barone made a characteristically sharp analysis the other day about the political impact of the Internet: "The left blogosphere has moved the Democrats off to the left, and the right blogosphere has undermined the credibility of the Republicans’ adversaries in Old Media. Both changes help Bush and the Republicans." That’s very well put. On the left, new media have only yoked the Dems ever more tightly to old weaknesses — not least on national security and foreign policy. This November will be another bust. 


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