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Patrick Kennedy
Patrick Kennedy
Perhaps his biggest achievement was on May 4, 2006, when he drove into a jersey barrier under the influence at 2:47 AM, claiming to be heading to Congress to make a vote.
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Appearing on MSNBC, Patches Kennedy seemed to be an expert on the difference between modern and old drugs.
“[T]oday’s modern, genetically modified marijuana, so it’s much higher THC levels, far surpass the marijuana that the president acknowledges smoking when he was a young person.”
Patrick Kennedy, January 20, 2014

Allegedly stumbling around the Capitol Lounge drunk, Patrick Kennedy told people Barack Obama was the best President ever. When reminded his uncle was President, Kennedy replied, 'Oh yeah! Good one.'
“[Barack Obama is] the best president ever.”
Patrick Kennedy, April 27, 2010

In typical Kennedy fashion, Patrick Kennedy referred to real estate developer Joe Horning as Jim Horning.
“I’m so glad to share this award with a guy as outstanding as Jim Horning.”
Patrick Kennedy, April 20, 2010

In typical Kennedy fashion, Patrick Kennedy first referred to real estate developer Joe Horning as Jim Horning, then as John Horning.
“This is something that I know my fellow honoree, John Horning, also believes in.”
Patrick Kennedy, April 20, 2010

Speaking at a rally for the Democrat candidate against Scott Brown to replace his father Ted Kennedy in the Senate, Rhode Island Congressman Patrick Kennedy repeatedly referred to Martha Coakley as Marcia.
“If you don’t, if you know that it takes eight years for George Bush and his cronies to put our country into this hole...then you know we have a lot of digging to do, but some work needs to be done and this president’s in the process of doing it and we need to get Marcia Coakley to help him to do that.”
Patrick Kennedy, January 17, 2010

According to a police officer who arrived at the scene of his 2:47 AM accident, intoxicated Congressman Patrick Kennedy claimed rushing to make a vote.
“[I'm] headed to the capitol to make a vote.”
Patrick Kennedy, May 4, 2006

After crashing his car in the middle of the night, Patrick Kennedy claimed in a statement that he was on prescription medication.
“Some time around 2:45 a.m. I drove the few blocks to the Capitol complex believing I needed to vote. Apparently, I was disoriented from the medication.”
Patrick Kennedy, May 4, 2006

After crashing his car in the middle of the night, Patrick Kennedy claimed he did not ask for any special consideration, despite responding officers claiming they were told they could not perform a sobriety test.
“At no time did I ask for any special consideration.”
Patrick Kennedy, May 4, 2006

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