Rosemary’s Lobotomy

May 2018
East Coast Of U.S.A.
Senator Ted Kennedy was an angel of death. He was always an angel of death. There is no more accurate biography of Ted Kennedy’s life than the legislation he championed. Legislation that ends in government-forced euthanasia, eugenics, medical genocide, and every cruel medical practice implementing those laws.

Ted Kennedy’s hatred of imperfection was rooted in his father’s decision to authorize a lobotomy on his own daughter Rosemary (1918 - 2005) when she was 23 years old. It is one thing to demand perfection in products, buildings, planes, and even art, but human beings will always be imperfect. People like Ted Kennedy believe the power of government can make every human being morally and physically perfect. Inevitably, the government’s quest for perfect human beings ends with a hatred of life itself.

You have be a Democrat butcher if this chapter in the Kennedy Saga does not sadden you to tears:

Rosemary died in 2005 at age 86. The New York Times reported Joseph was worried that Rosemary’s illness, which may have stemmed from brain damage at birth, would lead her into situations that would damage the family’s reputation. He arranged for her to have a lobotomy at age 23.​
Rosemary’s younger sister, Eunice Kennedy Shriver, recalled that doctors had told their concerned patriarch that the procedure, in which the frontal lobes of the brain are scraped away, would help Rosemary.​
However, the operation reportedly reduced Rosemary to an infant-like state. The Kennedy family rarely discussed her publicly.​
Rosemary spent the rest of her life receiving round-the-clock care from nuns at a Wisconsin institution, where she reportedly mumbled words and sat for hours staring at walls.​
Fisher said the letters show Rosemary was filled with hope before undergoing the botched procedure that would forever change her life.​

Rosemary Kennedy sought friendship from her hired caretakers before undergoing a lobotomy, letters reveal​
By Stephanie Nolasco​

Finally, for those who never saw the movie One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest I saw Hillary Clinton as Nurse Mildred Ratched when she first ran for the Senate. I imagined Hillary as Nurse Ratched running a soup kitchen “Eat the soup or you will get what Randle McMurphy got.”

Clinton is more fiendish than fictional Nurse Ratched who operated in one psychiatric hospital where she had the institutional power to have lobotomies done on patients that stood up to her:

while Hillary Clinton with political power operates on the entire country.
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