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    I Can’t Believe Teddy Rented The Whole Thing

    I Can’t Believe Teddy Rented The Whole Thing

    He did, in 1961 while visiting Santiago, Chile, while he was an Assistant District Attorney of Suffolk County (Boston), Massachusetts (not clear if this was on the taxpayers’ dime):

    “While Kennedy was in Santiago he made arrangements to ‘rent’ a brothel for an entire night. Kennedy allegedly invited one of the Embassy chauffeurs to participate in the night’s activities.”

    Afterthought:  I wonder if he had any waitress sandwiches while he was there.

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    I understand they're building an Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate that will be part of the University of Taxachusetts in Boston. "The late senator created the institute as an educational and research center for the study of the Senate, its history, and its role in the governing process" according to the Boston Globular Newspaper. I think this document will make a fine addition to their collection, as part of an exhibit: "Politicians: sometimes they're prostitutes, sometimes they're johns."

    The Ghost | February 28, 2011 at 1:53 pm

    "That would be a lot for a wife to process, wouldn't it?"

    Not for a Kennedy wife … that would be normal because quite often she was previously one of those girlfriends who got a similar call …

    So, in other words, if you were born in Latin America in 1962 and you don't know who your father was, it was probably Ted Kennedy.

    I suggest you lawyer up and go get what's yours. That family owes it to you.

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