The closest of friends: John McCain and Ted Kennedy



Sen. John McCain’s reflections on his relationship with Sen. Ted Kennedy

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20 Replies to “The closest of friends: John McCain and Ted Kennedy”

  1. It figures…that these two despicable people should have been the best of friends. McCain's service record and captivity aside, he fits into Kennedy's phony corrupt persona. BTW, what McCain did in flying missions over N. Vietnam, many pilots did the same and took the same risks. (I know as my ship followed the carriers on Yankee Station). And there were other prisoners in the Hanoi Hilton and they didn't cooperate. The very fact that McCain would reflect on Ted The Coward's time as a Senator (a horrible stain on the Congressional history of this country) and "friend" speaks very poorly of Sen. John! In plain speak, Ted was a vile POS who deserved some legal consequences for his irresponsible and cowardly behavior…he was responsible for the woman's death. And McCain was a "small" man to not have supported President Trump in his efforts to help this country.

  2. They both had the same cancer then it can't be rare how do we know they didn't fall asleep with their laptops by their side or on their nightstand

  3. Edward Moore Kennedy, The very best orator in all of world history. Far and away distancing himself from likes of Abraham Lincoln with Lincolns' meaningless republican partisan nonsense. We think of what America has lost. Edward would have been the best president of any and all times. There would have been no wars, for he proclaimed world peace. No more racism, for he hated racists. No more poor citizens, for he hated poverty. With all the power of the Kennedy's he had only killed but one. Only one small life. He would have been the best president of any and all times. His body is now interred at Arlington National Cemetery for his heroic war actions. Bless Edward Moore Kennedy, a beautiful man. Americas biggest lost ever. He now belongs to the ages. Yes, the dream lives on. Yet, we shall miss him for all eternity

  4. Ted Kennedy was trash, he became friends with the people who had his brothers killed. McCain is obviously trash too, but for a much broader set of reasons.

  5. Friends with the guy who got away with leaving Mary Jo to drown and the guy who was notorious for groping women. Tells me all I need to know about Neocon Juan McAmnesty.

  6. GOOD DAMN RIDDANCE THE BOMB BOMB MAN IS DEAD!…RT IS REPORTING THAT THERE IS ANOTHER FALSE FLAG CHEMICAL ATTACK TO HAPPEN IN IDLIB IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS AND NO ONE IS TALKING ABOUT IT…..ALL VIDEOS ABOUT IT HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM YOUTUBE!. ..Wow!

  7. God bless his soul, with all do respect but he was working for special interests and yet he had war mongering personality, he has suffered many nations.

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