Ted Kennedy, R. I. P.


Steve Clemons at The Washington Note has the most intelligent remembrance of Senator Kennedy I have seen this morning.  Not fawning, but analytical, it explains in a minimum of words the ‘what’ and ‘how’ of the late Senator.

My thoughts are how lucky we have been as a nation to have a person with his abilities to spend his life in “public service,” instead of making hundreds of millions in the private sector.  His legacy will live on in the many bright people that he and his senior staff have nurtured over the many decades that he has served our country.

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