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Carter still mad at Kennedy

By Howard Kurtz  |  September 16, 2010; 7:11 PM ET
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Mr. Carter's remarks are sad, petulant, and frankly ignorant. As a great admirer of Carter's work post-Prsidency, I see no purpose for him to pick on the late lion of the Senate, who devoted his decades to health care reform.

Picking a fight in 2010 over a health bill Teddy apparently didn't like --over three decades ago -- that's just taking Carter back to his own failed Presidency, and detracting from the great legacy he's tried to build since.

Posted by: richwig | September 16, 2010 9:24 PM | Report abuse

I really miss Howie's commentary on the news of the day. Now, I'm stuck with a video that won't play on my computer and no explanation of what Carter actually said. What is Carter made at Kennedy about? Costing him reelection as President, maybe? Understandable really, but it tends to make Carter look petty. Of course, that might not be what was said at all. I want the real Media Notes back. Sure, post several times a day, but don't just link to videos. I can get that from many other sources. I want Howie's comments. He has an entertaining, middle-of-the road sensibility.

Posted by: martinezbd | September 17, 2010 1:47 PM | Report abuse

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