November 19, 2007, - 6:18 pm

The Adams’ Love Letters: Is It Just Me . . .

By Debbie Schlussel
. . . Or is there just something really wrong about Ted Kennedy a/k/a “Club Ted” and his wife reading the love letters between John and Abigail Adams at a special Fanueil Hall presentation of the new book, “My Dearest Friend: Letters of Abigail and John Adams“?
I mean, really, what would John Adams think, if he knew that the man impersonating him in reading his letters was the same guy who:
a) apparently drowned the girlfriend he got pregnant;
b) woke up his nephews for a night of carousing, after which a rape was committed by one of them;


Acting Job: Club Ted Now Into Adams’ Love Letters

c) had sex with a different woman during lunch in the middle of La Brasserie restaurant;
d) was photographed having sex with yet another woman atop a boat in the middle of the ocean off the coast of France;
e) repeatedly cheated on his first wife and probably his current one; and
f) got expelled out of Harvard for cheating?
Yup, I think John . . . and Abigail are turning over in their graves on this one.
The Adams’ story is about a great, loving union and partnership that helped our nation in its early days. Ted Kennedy’s story is about a “great” 1-2 minute lusting union and transaction that helped Club Ted in his non-premature days.
But, hey, at least Ted knew how to swim. Driving, not so much.

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Debbie, I didn’t know the girl he sank was with child. That’s low even for a Kennedy. Anyway, I think you should be aware of some genuine Jewish content in the cool new cowboy movie “3:10 to Yuma”. The land-grubbing, creek damming, barn torching landlord of the Job-like hero is a Jew named Hollander. I havn’t been this proud since I watched “Oliver” last week.

Anonymous1 on November 19, 2007 at 8:58 pm

John Adams is an outstanding founding father. (I recently read a biography of him.) This love letters angle runs the risk of getting bogged down in the sentimental and ideological. Just study his record and his statesmanship — that’s what’s essential.

Jeremiah on November 19, 2007 at 10:16 pm

It’s atrocious how much of early American history is being denigrated or obscured or ignored — that’s our civic DNA….

Jeremiah on November 19, 2007 at 10:20 pm

Let’s not forget what is arguably the most destructive thing this Kennedy ever did – circa 1972, he and a few of his colleagues in Congress successfully spearheaded a major change in our immigration policy so that it favored the influx of Third World peoples. Kennedy is in large part responsible for the sea of Muslims and Islamochristians who have arrived here over the past thirty five years or so, empowering such organizations as CAIR and the Arab-American Antidiscrimination League. This fool, whose own brother RFK was assassinated by the Palestinian Islamochristian Arab Sirhan Sirhan on the first anniversary of the Israel’s victory in the 1967 war as a political statement, never bothered to connect the dots and realize that allowing such hate-ridden people, who despised the USA for its support for Israel and supported anti-Western jihad in the name of pan-Arabism, would be a disaster for our (and his) country. Would that he and his cohorts could be impeached and tried for high treason in the wake of this disastrous decision, which was, at base, racist in nature.

commonsense on November 19, 2007 at 11:35 pm

“d) was photographed having sex with yet another woman atop a boat in the middle off the coast of France”
That is hard to believe.
Wouldn’t a tsunami have hit the coast of France?
Wouldn’t the boat have sunk?
Wouldn’t the camera have broke?
Seems like at least a couple of those things would have happened anyway.

feralcat9 on November 20, 2007 at 2:35 am

    Do you know where this infamous photo is? I have searched Google, Yahoo and Bing to find it but to no avail.

    I would like to circulate it to celebrate “The Last Lion ( polygamously mating)”.

    Plinymagnus on August 28, 2009 at 1:57 pm

He is a Kennedy. What do you expect? Our nation is obsessed with “Camelot.” They are your typical democrats. They do whatever they want and to hell with the consequences. Of course he doesn’t see anything wrong with his past. When you stand for nothing, you can’t exactly come up short of your expectations.

Ford Jones on November 20, 2007 at 9:30 am

In how many ways is Teddy grotesquely gross?
In as many ways as you can think of. This man is the ultimate schmuck– he’s adultering/philandering, drunken, slobbering, bloviating, hypocritical to the max, and to top it off—gross to look at. Put a shirt on Ted!
The day Ted Kennedy goes away (by whatever means–retirement, death, voted out, etc.) will be a great day for America. What a loser! I’m with you DS on this all the way–Ted Kennedy isn’t worthy to hold John Adams’ bed pan in his hands let alone his love notes to and from Abigail.
What ever happened to the Massachusetts of John Adams? When did Ted Kennedy become the legacy of that once great State? (er Commonwealth or whatever)

BB on November 20, 2007 at 2:31 pm

“Let’s not forget what is arguably the most destructive thing this Kennedy ever did – circa 1972,he and a few colleagues in Congress successfully spearheaded a major change in our immigration policy so that it favored the influx of Third World peoples.”
Earlier than that – 1965.

OldSchoolW on November 20, 2007 at 2:33 pm

The immigration act of 1965, ahhhh, the end of the “Leave It To Beaver” lifestyle.
Thanks to the whole Kennedy clan, and Lyndon Johnson.

interestinconundrum on November 20, 2007 at 5:01 pm

In addition to the immigration act of 1965, Ted Kennedy is solely responsible for beginning the incremental march to Socialized Medicine by introducing the HMO Act of 1973.
Now that Kennedy has people used to Health Care Rationing, he and Hillary Clinton are proposing Universal Health Care as a solution to the evil HMO’s he created back in 1973.
Teddy Kennedy and his ilk are Marxists. They use Congress as an incremental launching pad of legislation aimed at socialism, something that most Americans oppose.
At every turn this man has steered this country down the road to a Socialists Utopia that has destroyed the very fabric this country was founded on…Freedom and Liberty.
Like many others, I feel Ted Kennedy’s end time on earth could not come fast enough. Judging from the Yachting photo, the ogre looks like he is ripe for a coronary at any moment. I for one would not call 911.

ScottyDog on November 26, 2007 at 3:47 am

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