Politico Finds Rightbloggers' Kennedy Eulogies Much Nicer Than We Did
This is our favorite passage from the article:
Some writers tried to accentuate the positive -- at least on a personal level.That's one hell of a positive accentuation. We wonder if Erickson had it engraved on a card and sent to the Kennedy family.
RedState's Erick Erickson recalled speaking with Kennedy while in law school, and finding him accessible and generous with his time. Still, Erickson wrote, "I can't say that I'll miss him." For Erickson, the liberal senator "represented all that is wrong with Washington--a kingdom of nepotism and worship at the altar of failed liberal policies that get repeated ad infinitum."
Also, Lew Rockwell seems to think our quote from his remembrance represents him badly. As in the original post, you can click the link to read his entire eulogy, "Edward Moore Kennedy, Limousine Socialist," and see if we missed anything important.