This was pretty funny. The group "Public Advocate of the United States" set up a "Kennedy Sobriety Checkpoint" in DC over Memorial Day weekend, to make sure no Kennedy's were driving around drunk or under the influence of drugs which might make them run over people on the way to vote.
Story Here. Highlights:
"Citizen volunteers have responded to the call and we have erected checkpoints at several intersections to prevent any Kennedy from driving in an impaired manner on Capitol Hill," said Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio. "We selected the long Memorial Day weekend due to the increased potential for a repeat of earlier car accidents."
Public Advocate designed the checkpoints to raise public awareness and to discourage impaired driving by Senator Ted Kennedy or Congressman Patrick Kennedy. The ultimate goal is to ensure the roads are safe for all motorists by achieving voluntary compliance of the drinking and driving laws by all Kennedys in Congress. That was accomplished this weekend