It looked like a gathering of the five organized crime families.
It was a spasm of liberalism not seen since, well, last week, when the Bama decided to pursue prosecutions of CIA officers.
Sprinkled throughout the collection of far left zanies were a few intrepid Republican souls: President George W. Bush, Senator John McCain, several others.
A couple of telling moments: When the Bama came in, Hillary Clinton reached over to air-kiss him, and he turned his back on her. Denied! This would be the Bama's 7,567,398th diss of Hillary. Also, when the Bama reached his pew, he gave President Bush a couple of condescending pats on the shoulder. That, more than anything, tells you who he is: a petty, small man who can't even fake it well. At least The Biden seemed gracious to Bush, chatting with him for several minutes. Carter sat on the fringes, loathed by pretty much everyone in attendance.
Even in death, ol' Ted put on quite a show: liberalism, warts and all, centered in one place at one time. Thank goodness this country is strong enough to survive it.