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Ted Kennedy In Heaven. Unlikely

Posted in politics by roving on August 29, 2009
WASHINGTON - JANUARY 20:  Senator Ted Kennedy ...

Every Sunday Ted Kennedy went to church. Every Sunday Ted Kennedy blasphemed God.

Anyone can be a good person but if you harm a child, it makes no difference what good deeds you have done, you will pay in the end.

Do I think Ted Kennedy asked for forgiveness for the slow murder of Mary Jo and voting for abortions? No. If someone killed someone then thought it was hilarious and would joke about for years afterward  and not even say he was sorry to her family, I don’t see him asking for forgiveness. After all, he’s Ted Kennedy.

All the sweet prayers his family said over his cold dead body will do no good. Its to late.

If I were a minister, priest, or whatever and I knew a  baby killer was sitting in the pews, I would make sure every Sunday I would mention God knows you before your born and God help anyone who kills Gods child.

Ted voted NO on defining a unborn child as eligible for SCHIP

Voted NO prohibiting minors crossing state lines for abortion

Voted YES on expanding research to more embryonic stem lines

Voted NO on notifying parents of minors who get out of state abortions

Voted NO on criminal penalty for harming unborn fetus during other crime

Voted NO on partial birth abortions

Voted NO on maintaining ban on military base abortions

Voted NO on banning partial birth abortions

Voted No on banning human cloning

If Ted Kennedy could come back and warn Obama to change his stance on abortions, Obama is so vain, he would still refuse. After all, he is a God in his own mind.

Burn baby burn

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  1. gayle said, on August 29, 2009 at 6:33 pm

    Going to church doesnt make a person a Christian any more than standing in a garage makes you a car.
    It seems the Pope had no statement to make upon his death. That seems like disapprova of the life he led
    He didn’t uphold the standards of his church
    He was above the law here. But God isn’t impressed with his name or his congressional work.
    Now he stands alone before God


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