Chappaquiddick and Womanizing Democrats

Perhaps the most interesting thing about the new film, Chappaquiddick, is that it was even made at all. This movie, which is in theaters locally, tells of the incident back in 1969 when U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy drove a car off a bridge on Chappaquiddick Island off Martha’s Vineyard with a young woman staffer riding with him. Kennedy survived. She died. Ted Kennedy was the fourth of four boys born to Joe and Rose Kennedy. By then, he had been elected to his second term in the U.S. Senate, having entered that body at the minimum age of 30 – filling the “Kennedy seat.” His father, Joseph P. Kennedy Sr., had always determined that one of his sons would be President of the United States. The o

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