WASHINGTON — Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (search), D-Mass., appearing Wednesday with law professors who want Congress to consider impeaching President Bush over the Iraqi prisoner abuse (search), declined to endorse the idea himself. Instead, Kennedy opted for a political plug.
The best way to solve things "is to elect John Kerry," said Kennedy, appearing beside two Harvard professors at a news conference upstairs from his Senate office.
Ok, just like the time that Howie Dean said he found it interesting that people thought President Bush knew about 9/11 before it happened, but downplayed actually pushing the idea.
So meet with a bunch of smelly hippity dippity law professors who want George Bush impeached, but then say he doesn't want to push the idea. Typical ploys of the hate-America left.
I suggest that Ted Kennedy drink a bottle of scotch (a light Kennedy Breakfast) and take a fast drive on a windy mountian road.Posted by psugrad98 at June 17, 2004 03:45 PM