Ted Kennedy gave a speech yesterday to commemorate (celebrate?) the date the Abu Ghraib scandal became public.
In an excellent rebuttal, Chrenkoff points out a list of other important events in Iraq that Fathead Ted decided to ignore.
Senator Edward Kennedy didn’t have anything to say on 19 March, the second anniversary of the start of the liberation of Iraq. In fact, he kept quiet until two days later, only to talk about President Bush’s judicial appointments.
Senator Kennedy didn’t have anything to say on 9 April, the second anniversary of the liberation of Baghdad and the end of Saddam’s regime. In fact, he kept quiet until the following day, when he spoke on the occasion of receiving a community award…
Read the whole thing here.