Friday, May 28, 2010

Even Though Ted Is Dead, Kennedy's Still Drinking Like Fish

In what seems to be De Rigueur for the Kennedy clan, Robert F. Kennedy's wife has been arrested for driving while intoxicated.

Mary Richardson Kennedy, the wife of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., is scheduled to reappear in Bedford town court in July after she pleaded not guilty Thursday night to a misdemeanor charge of driving while intoxicated.
Kennedy, 50, was arraigned in town court after she was arrested on May 15 for allegedly driving drunk at the intersection of Route 22 and Greenwich Road. Her next court appearance is scheduled for July 15.

"We hope there will be a resolution to the case at the next court date," said Kerry Lawrence, Kennedy's attorney.

Kennedy declined to speak with reporters after the arraignment.

In other words, the Kennedy's need time to get the fix in. I guess it's also standard practice to plead not guilty, and it's her right, but the Kennedy's have a long history of miraculously getting out of such jams through means that would probably make Al Capone blush.

From the Chappaqua-MtKiscopatch

Kennedy was arrested a short distance from her home in Bedford at about 9 p.m.after Bedford police Officer Andrew Klein saw her Volvo drive onto the curb of the St. Patrick's School driveway. She had no passengers in the car at the time of the incident.

Kennedy allegedly told Klein, who was directing traffic for the school's carnival, that she was there to pick up people. It's still not clear who she was planning to pick up.

Klein asked Kennedy to take a field sobriety test after he noticed that her speech was slurred and he smelled alcohol in the car.

Kennedy failed the field sobriety test and was given a breathalyzer test, which showed that she had a blood alcohol content of .11. She was taken into police custody, processed and released on her recognizance. Her car was towed away from the scene.

How much do you want to bet she gets off with a seat belt violation?  We have seen these scenarios before with a plethora of Kennedy's: Michael Skakel, Patrick Kennedy, William Kennedy Smith, and Der Swimmer himself.

The stink of privilege from progeny of bootleggers and mountebanks needs to come to an end. Anyone taking bets on this one? At east she had safety in mind: She was driving a Volvo.

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3goldens said...

Your comments are distgusting.

The Right Guy said...

Disgusting? When someone thinks the truth is disgusting, then they are in denial and support depravity. Obviously you must believe in some sort of magical greater good theology that allows you to believe the sainted Kennedy's should get a pass. May be you need to get out of the bottle yourself, Mary.

Chuck said...

I don't get the relevance.

That said, I also find disgusting the veneration this inbred gang of Irish travelers are afforded by the gullible masses. None of them has ever done anything particularly noble. Their common ethos is brazen selfishness.(which is fine until you wish to be famous for being the opposite)

The Right Guy said...

I think they call that hypocrisy. The relevance is, you'd think since Teddy went to see St. Peter that they'd learn their lesson or at least learn the negative aspects of his debaucherous and philandering life (He and Chris Dodd used to have waitress sandwiches, mind you both were married). Then again, you'd think they'd get after each of whatever progeny's blunder is new to the police blotter. May be it's genetic. I hate to sound like some half-assed eugenics freak, but that family has serious issues that cross both generations and families. Not all of that is learned.

The real disease is thinking that if you give the perception you give a crap, no matter what you do with your life, when no one's looking, and even if they are, it's ok. These people live without any consequence other than the final one. In fact you could make the case they live like there is no heaven or hell.

Bottom line: There's no free lunch.

Thanks for commenting.

Bill589 said...

I grew up in New England in a reluctant Republican family. (Reps were marginally better than Dems - still, you can’t trust any of them.) But I don’t think anybody was disliked more than the Kennedys. Dodd comes close.

The Right Guy said...

Then do explain Mr Bill how the Kennedy's remained in office so long? Was it through thievery and deceit or just bribery of the voting populace?

Bill589 said...

Funny. I’d say both. Just don’t blame anyone in my old hick farming neighborhood.

The Right Guy said...

Where did you live? From what people tell me, he brought home the bacon, and that's all that mattered. Nuts.

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