Ted Kennedy Jr. Joins A Conn. Practice

In 2012, Edward "Ted" Kennedy Jr. was eyeing a run for the U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts. But instead of seeking political office in last year's election to fill John Kerry's seat, Kennedy decided to keep his attention on another passion of his politically famous family — health care law.

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    Just what Connecticut needs, the son of Chappaquidick Ted.

    Haven‘t the Kennedys have done enough to destroy the country, beginning with the patriarchal sleeze-bag, bootlegger, stock manipulator, and womanizer, and Hitler lover, Joseoph P. Kennedy, and his illbegotten progeny.

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