September 7, 2009

Tonight on Larry King Live: Kennedy in His Own Words

Posted: 12:18 PM ET

Ted-KennedyThe late Sen. Ted Kennedy was a frequent guest on Larry King Live. Tune in tonight for the best of his interviews spanning three decades and covering a range of topics, including: health care, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the Kennedy family legacy. It's an hour you'll only see on Larry King Live.

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lulu   September 7th, 2009 1:23 pm ET

Looking forward to this evening's program..thanks !...

martin   September 7th, 2009 7:50 pm ET

just read Pres. Obama's speech on the internet /the one he will give to school children tomorrow / is very inspiring,,,hope he will repeat it in 6mos or 1 yr...

idzan ismail of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   September 7th, 2009 11:34 pm ET

Whatever their faults, I love the Kennedy family.
Since America does not have royalty, they are IT.

Betty Martin Doucette   September 8th, 2009 12:59 am ET

Larry King I love your show and I enjoy watching about Ted Kennedy and his family, I love that family cause I feel that they are good people and only wanted to do good for America, but his brother's lives were shut short. The only reason why Ted never became President is cause he had a more important job todo and he did caring for his children, nephew and neices and his brothers wives, he really did alot being a father to all of them. He was a remarkable man, He and his family will always be loved for all the good they did for American. God Bless him and keep up the good jobe Mr King 🙂

Carol Grant   September 8th, 2009 3:56 pm ET

Shame on the parents and schools who did not allow their children
to listen to our president. This is teaching them not to respect our president.

Nancy   September 8th, 2009 5:52 pm ET

I just watched the program on Ted Kennedy. Larry, could you have interrupted him any more? For gosh sakes, keep your mouth shut. It's time for you to go.

joseph   September 8th, 2009 7:33 pm ET

we listened to Pres FDRoosevelt in the 1940' was frightening, the beg. of WW2..but we respected the Pres. & we needed to know @ Pearl Harbor..this Pres. is working so hard....unbelievable, bec. of his own childhood, he know how important education is,"No one can take it away from you "...

stormylady   September 8th, 2009 9:27 pm ET

Dear Larry, do you think the parents who kept their children home are simply ill-informed or just haters. It is one pathetic situation but it goes way back. Do you suppose some parents will rethink celebrating past presidents on presidents' day because they may remember the bad things they were involved in and not the good of the country. For example slavery, many presidents owned slaves or a president who used bad judgement and had less favorable morals. What's next? None were perfect. It was an inspirational, intelligent, 21st century speech for today that could inspire the worse of the worse and the best too. Maybe the parents need Prayer and Jesus.

Patrick Gando   September 8th, 2009 10:35 pm ET

Dear Larry,

I want to thank you for creating endless possibilitiesh for people like my family and i to access to your resources.

Senator Kennedy made an impact in the world and may we continue to pass his ethics and morales to many generations to come.

Dear Larry, my sister has terminal cancer of the jaw. Last year after my graduation she had a took ache after the tooth was operated on to everyones shock her jaw grew an extra size of her face. The Dr. confirmed after several operations that the cancer spread to her head. This pain has caused my family and i sorrow and dismay. My mum cries at all times not believing this happened to my 20yr old sister who is a smart and vibrant.

Please Larry, i believe if her case is shared with the world she might be able to get some help from expert doctors. After my mums daily crying on saturday something in my heart decided to share this pain with cnn maybe you can help stare us in the right path. My sister leaves in Houston, Tx and i know that her pain and sorrow is a test time of time.

Thanks Larry King

From Patrick

Kathryn Loving   September 11th, 2009 7:02 am ET

I will miss his face all over the place. Just as I will his brothers face's.
Knowing that all men and women are not created the same or treated the same in this U.S. should have opened the worlds eyes by now.
As a Women, mother, aunt, friend, sometimes uncle, father, and fall out of it all human beings!
It only hurts knowing that this world has yet to see. Time is not on our side., it is our side.
Yes our power to hold on too.
The harvest will be hard and the lamb will cry.

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