Yesterday in his remarks on the passing of Senator Ted Kennedy, Barack Obama described Kennedy as “an extraordinary leader” and said:

    And that’s one reason he became not only one of the greatest senators of our time, but one of the most accomplished Americans ever to serve our democracy.

If Teddy Kennedy had not been a Kennedy of Camelot fame, and say he was a Jeffers of no particular regard, Kennedy would have spent a few years in prison for what he described as “indefensible” his failure to report his accident on Chappaquiddick Island. For someone other than this “extraordinary leader” that is not indefensible, it is 2nd degree manslaughter.

In 2004 Senator Kennedy made the following shameful remarks on the Senate floor:

    “On March 19, 2004, President Bush asked, ‘Who would prefer that Saddam’s torture chambers still be open?’ Shamefully, we now learn that Saddam’s torture chambers reopened under new management: U.S. management.”

It may be argued whether Senator Kennedy’s comments were treasonous, but they were definitely not those of a great senator or extraordinary leader.

If I am wrong then please spare me the greatness and extraordinary.

And if that doesn’t fry your brain, I just watched this video and my head feels like someone stuck a hypodermic needle into my brain and shot it full of Novocain.

(Hat tip to Michael Master for this video)

In case your hearing shut down at around the 2:45 mark listening to this woman; she is THE INSPECTOR GENERAL of the Federal Reserve Bank!!

She is clueless about all the money that was doled out.

This past June I wrote of how my grandson Benjamin is $31,000 in debt, and he is only a little over 7 months old.

Well my precious baby, Grampy hates to tell you that you were robbed with the rest of we the people.

Do you really believe that we can trust the government with our health when they can’t even keep track of the money they steal from us?

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