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Kennedy backs city's 'Simpsons Movie' campaign

By John Robbie Brown
Globe Correspondent / July 2, 2007

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SPRINGFIELD -- Ted Kennedy is turning the other cheek. For years, the Massachusetts senator and his family have been lampooned on the cartoon series "The Simpsons" by Joe Quimby , the skirt-chasing Democratic mayor of Springfield who speaks with a Boston accent, throws money at political problems, and vacations in a coastal resort called the "Quimby Compound." Now Kennedy wants ... (Full article: 1049 words)

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