"He lifted me up in his strong, gentle arms and said... 'There is nothing that you can't do.'"
-- Ted Kennedy Jr., talking about his father, the late Senator Edward Kennedy, and almost surely leaving out the last half of that statement: "Go to any Ivy League school you want, drink 'til you pass out in public, make improper advances toward women, eat the hearts of babies. You know -- whatever. You're a Kennedy, son. The world is yours."
(Sorry, I respect the guy but come on -- it's just too easy.)