After a drunken party, she went off alone with Teddy Kennedy
and died in his wrecked car.
She is known in Ireland after serving in Dublin for five years as the US ambassador during President Clinton's presidency, but at 73 she is just four years younger than her brother Senator Teddy Kennedy
and probably too old to contest her first political seat.
And that philosophy of how you approach an issue served Teddy Kennedy
in very good stead and there's a terrific lesson for us in this.
was a lot of things - many of which may have diminished him in the eyes of some people.
McCain brandished the same class-warfare rhetoric as did his partner, Senator Teddy Kennedy
(D-Mass.), in their mutual effort to oppose the 2001 and 2003 tax cuts.
's ex-wife Joan is reportedly planning to rent out a holiday home she owns on the estate at Hyannisport, Massachusetts.
In the Senate, two famous old bulls, Robert Byrd and Teddy Kennedy
, stood up for the Constitution, as did Republican Senator Lincoln Chafee.
Bush has also sold out conservatives by jacking up steel tariffs, signing a pork-barrel farm bill, and joining forces with Teddy Kennedy
on education reform.
The same holds true for liberals, he said, insinuating that if we give Teddy Kennedy
more control over health care he'll somehow be boxed in on school choice.
As Pat Buchanan testifies on the dust jacket, the real political story of the decade is "how Ronald Reagan robbed Teddy Kennedy
, Gary Hart, and the "Party of Compassion' of tomorrow's best political minds.'
Romney "ran to the left of Teddy Kennedy
and openly repudiated Reagan and Bush."
DROM & INCH boss Teddy Kennedy
says the Munster Championship holds no fears for his newly-crowned county champions.