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Praise for Dr. Phil Aaron essay: TED

About: TED by Dr. Phil Aaron.

To ColumbiaMagazine.com:

I just read Dr. Phil Aaron's comments about Senator Ted Kennedy and thought it was an informative piece about the senator. As a Kentuckian I am grateful for the 300+ bills he wrote to help children, the elderly, and other citizens who often do not have a voice. In addition the 2700 bills that he either co-sponsored or helped to be passed helped so many people in our state. I worry so much about Congress and the special interest groups that controll them today. In Senator Kennedys case, he didn't need money from special interest to keep getting electing. It is refreshing to see someone who has no financial cares or needs to be so passionate about giving back and helping others.

s/Nancy Moran Fouser



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