Thursday, September 01, 2005

Ann Coulter Nails Ted Kennedy Right Between The Eyes !

In her latest commentary, hysterically titled "Ted Kennedy's private parts: Part 1," Coulter demands "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" in response to Kennedy's demand 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."

After all, reasons Coulter, "If the Senate needs to know what Roberts thought about the law at age 26, then the Senate certainly needs to know what Kennedy thought about the law at age 36, when he drowned a girl and then spent the rest of the evening concocting an alibi instead of calling the police.

"This isn't a 'rehash' of Chappaquiddick; it's never been hashed. The Senate needs to know whether Kennedy was guilty of manslaughter. How else can the Senate be expected to carry out its constitutional duty to expel Kennedy unless Kennedy makes these key documents available?"

Coulter is at her best today, folks. And you can find her right now on!



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