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Ted Stevens: “Alaska, I’m just guilty of loving me, loving you”

Fresh off a first-hand demonstration of how his years of voting to deny accused criminals sufficient access to a legal defense or Fourth Amendment Rights doesn’t apply to the wealthy and powerful — mission accomplished — Ted Stevens sends a message through the tubes.

Is Ted Stevens done playing the system for Ted Stevens’ benefit?


Ted Stevens has filed to run again in the 2014 race for U.S. Senate, but it doesn’t necessarily mean he wants his old seat back.

The reason could be as simple as wanting to keep raising and spending campaign money.

Ted Stevens will be 91 years old in 2014. But more importantly, he’ll still be rich and exploiting. Oh, and he might also be dead — but do you think The First Bank of Hell is in a hurry to foreclose on that guy’s mortgage for the sake of collecting what there is of a soul?

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