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The Kennedy Assassination Drove the Left Utterly Insane
Washington Free Beacon ^ | 11-17-2013 | Sonny Bunch

Posted on 11/17/2013 1:06:31 PM PST by smoothsailing

The Kennedy Assassination Drove the Left Utterly Insane

BY: Sonny Bunch // November 17, 2013 12:57 pm

Lee Harvey Oswald, who was apparently driven to kill Kennedy because Republicans are mean, or something

Via pretty much everyone in my Twitter feed, I ran across a remarkably silly piece in the New York Times this morning about “Dallas’ Role in Kennedy’s Murder.” It’s peppered with a sort of liberal self-loathing—James McAuley is taking to the newspaper of record to slag his ancestors and demonstrate to his peers that he is not like them no siree bob! as much as grapple with Dallas’ “role” in the assassination—as well as the typical liberal notion that Dallas served as a special cauldron of hate, the toxic brew of which contributed to Kennedy’s killing.

It’s telling that the only time the word “communist” is used in McAuley’s piece is in this sentence:

Those “men of Dallas” — men like my grandfather, oil men and corporate executives, self-made but self-segregated in a white-collar enclave in a decidedly blue-collar state — often loathed the federal government at least as much as, if not more than, they did the Soviet Union or Communist China.

The name “Lee Harvey Oswald” goes entirely unmentioned. As does the name “General Edwin Walker,” an arch-conservative Oswald tried to murder. As does the phrase “Russian defector,” which is what Oswald was. No no. The fact that Kennedy was killed by a communist is not worth mentioning at all; rather, McAuley chooses to pronounce that the people of Dallas hated Kennedy even more than they did “the Soviet Union or Communist China.”

The kind of cognitive dissonance it takes to write something so remarkably foolish long ago lost the power to surprise. James Piereson, in his remarkably smart book Camelot and the Cultural Revolution: How the Assassination of John F. Kennedy Shattered American Liberalism, laid out the myriad ways in which the left has been trying to cope with the killing these last 50 years. Wrote Piereson:

President Kennedy’s assassination stalled the advance of twentieth-century liberalism, then the nation’s reigning public philosophy and, in the opinion of historians at the time, our only genuine public philosophy. It did this in several ways: first, by undermining the confidence of liberals in the future; and second, by changing their perspective from one of possibility and practical reform to one of grief, loss, and frustrated hopes. It also compromised their faith in the nation because many concluded, against all factual evidence, that in some way the nation itself was responsible for President Kennedy’s death. A confident, practical, and forward-looking philosophy, with a heritage of genuine accomplishment, was thus turned into a pessimistic doctrine—and one with a decidedly negative view of American society and its institutions.

McAuley, of course, is just the latest in a long line of writers at the Grey Lady to deflect blame for Kennedy’s murder from the left and try and pin it on the right. Indeed, immediately following the assassination, James Reston penned a remarkably ugly and stupid piece entitled “Why America Weeps: Kennedy Victim of Violent Streak He Sought to Curb in Nation.” Wrote Reston,

The indictment extended beyond the assassin, for something in the nation itself, some strain of madness and violence, had destroyed the highest symbol of law and order. … From the beginning to the end of his administration, he was trying to tamp down the violence of the extremists from the right.

Liberals were so perturbed by the fact that a man of the left had killed Kennedy that they simply waved away the inconvenient truth like so much smoke. It wasn’t left wing ideology that killed our dear prince but the meanies on the right who created a culture in which something so senseless could happen.

You see this attitude not just in news reports but popular culture as well. In his book about a man who goes back in time to stop the Kennedy assassination, 11/22/63, Stephen King compared the city of Dallas to the fictional city of Derry, which some of you will remember as the hate-filled pit that served as the home of the child-eating Pennywise in It. Here’s the protagonist of 11/22/63, deciding that he will move out of Dallas until closer to the assassination:

I could move out from beneath the suffocating shadow I felt over [Dallas]. I could find a place that was smaller and less daunting, a place that didn’t feel so filled with hate and violence. In broad daylight I could tell myself I was imagining those things, but not in the ditch of the morning. There were undoubtedly good people in Dallas, thousands upon thousands of them, the great majority, but that underchord was there, and sometimes it broke out. As it had outside the Desert Rose. Bevvie-from-the-levee had said that In Derry I think the bad times are over. I wasn’t convinced about Derry, and I felt the same way about Dallas, even with its worst day still over three years away.

Simply put, the Kennedy assassination drove the left kind of batty. And it obviously hasn’t stopped doing so 50 years later.


TOPICS: Conspiracy; History; Politics
KEYWORDS: assassinations; jfk; jfkassassination; oswald
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1 posted on 11/17/2013 1:06:31 PM PST by smoothsailing
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To: smoothsailing

Hell Kennedy is about the only democrat who ever gets any kind words from the right.

The right may not have loved him but he was a whole lot better than the psychopaths the democrat party produces today.


2 posted on 11/17/2013 1:15:37 PM PST by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: cripplecreek

What’d ya make of that theory out there he was killed because he really wanted to get out of Viet Nam, (although there is no proof). Read that a couple of times lately, by Alec Baldwin.

Me, I have always and always will think it was Oswald.


3 posted on 11/17/2013 1:17:46 PM PST by Beowulf9
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To: Beowulf9

Of course it was Oswald. Kennedy wasn’t far enough left for Oswald.

If Oswald were alive today he’d have the top rated show on MSNBC.


4 posted on 11/17/2013 1:19:59 PM PST by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: cripplecreek

any kind words from the right.

The further we move from 1963, the more I like JFK.

Where Reagan was trained in stand-up, Kennedy was a natural. As much as my family was Anti-Kennedy, the guy would make us laugh.

The guy was no Liberal, in today’s sense of the word.

If he ran today, he would get my vote...


5 posted on 11/17/2013 1:22:30 PM PST by Paisan
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To: smoothsailing

Please Dear Lord, do not let Obama become a martyr.


6 posted on 11/17/2013 1:23:46 PM PST by mylife (Ted Cruz understands the law, and he does not fear the unlawful.)
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To: smoothsailing
Should have kept all the granddaddy issues to himself.

Nobody else cares.

Stuff like this, though, does get his name in the papers, and I guess that makes him happy.

7 posted on 11/17/2013 1:24:15 PM PST by x
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To: smoothsailing

I, for one, am sick and tired of this orgy of Kennedy crap slobbering all over two weeks before the anniversary of his death.

He was a terrible president and was a terrible husband. Enough already . . . he was barely photogenic and screwed anything that didn’t move. The only thing different from him and most of the latest jackasses we’ve been given in the White House in the last 40 years, is that he served in the military.


8 posted on 11/17/2013 1:26:25 PM PST by laweeks
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To: Paisan

The left always ignores the fact that Bobby Kennedy happily joined Joe McCarthy in going after communists.

The left of today would probably treat both brothers about as well as they treat Sarah Palin.


9 posted on 11/17/2013 1:28:01 PM PST by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: cripplecreek

There is simply no evidence, absolutely none of any kind, that anyone other than Oswald acting alone, killed JFK. This hard fact has been proven over and over, yet otherwise logical people, many of them regular posters on this site, believe otherwise. This second fact has allowed conspiracy hacks, from Mark Lane to Oliver Stone, to profit from spreading rumors and outright lies.


10 posted on 11/17/2013 1:28:47 PM PST by SoCal Pubbie
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To: cripplecreek
Hell Kennedy is about the only democrat who ever gets any kind words from the right.

Not back then, that is about trying to change the political discussion, the way the liberals sometimes do with Reagan.

Reagan labeled him a Marxist and wrote Nixon asking for permission to campaign for him, to save America from JFK.

11 posted on 11/17/2013 1:28:55 PM PST by ansel12 ( Democrats-"a party that since antebellum times has been bent on the dishonoring of humanity.)
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To: cripplecreek

Oswald was a commie.

And Sirhan Sirhan, who shot RFK, was an Arab terrorist whose motive was RFK’s support for Israel.

But facts are so inconvenient for leftards.


12 posted on 11/17/2013 1:29:51 PM PST by Fred Hayek (The Democratic Party is now the operational arm of the CPUSA)
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To: Paisan

What revisionist nonsense, about such a depraved man.

Reagan of that era, in a personal letter to the vice-president asked to campaign for the republican and register republican, to counter what Reagan labelled a Marxist, in the letter.

REAGAN:
“”No Republican, no matter how liberal, is going to woo a Democratic vote; but a Republican bucking the giveaway trend might re-create some voters who have been staying home.

One last thought - shouldn’t someone tag Mr. Kennedy’s bold new imaginative program with its proper age? Under the tousled boyish haircut is still old Karl Marx - first launched a century ago. There is nothing new in the idea of a Government being Big Brother to us all. Hitler called his ‘State Socialism’ and way before him it was ‘benevolent monarchy.’””


13 posted on 11/17/2013 1:31:31 PM PST by ansel12 ( Democrats-"a party that since antebellum times has been bent on the dishonoring of humanity.)
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To: smoothsailing

No mention either that JFK was an anti-communist. Democrats today are indistiguishable from communists.


14 posted on 11/17/2013 1:31:52 PM PST by Telepathic Intruder (The only thing the Left has learned from the failures of socialism is not to call it that)
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To: smoothsailing

The Piereson book is excellent.


15 posted on 11/17/2013 1:34:59 PM PST by Yardstick
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To: Paisan
The guy was no Liberal, in today’s sense of the word.

In today's sense of the word he was not.

But he had weak character and and thus led us into trouble during the Cold War.

In general liberals are adolescents. Just look at John Kerry trying to act like an adult in Syria and failing.

16 posted on 11/17/2013 1:35:43 PM PST by what's up
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To: smoothsailing

They can’t face the fact that a Commie acted alone.


17 posted on 11/17/2013 1:36:04 PM PST by dfwgator (Fire Muschamp.)
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To: cripplecreek
Hell Kennedy is about the only democrat who ever gets any kind words from the right.

Truman gets some, because at least he dropped the bomb on Japan.

18 posted on 11/17/2013 1:37:25 PM PST by dfwgator (Fire Muschamp.)
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To: cripplecreek
If Oswald were alive today he’d have the top rated show on MSNBC.

I'm not sure if he could compete. From the few words he spoke on camera
he seemed far more rational than the likes of Chris Matthews or Ed Schultz.

19 posted on 11/17/2013 1:39:31 PM PST by TigersEye (Stupid is a Progressive disease.)
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To: smoothsailing

Assassination does great things for a persons reputation.

As far as who had him killed, all I ever heard was LBJ as the culprit.


20 posted on 11/17/2013 1:40:29 PM PST by svcw (Not 'hope and change' but 'dopes in chains')
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To: SoCal Pubbie

When Kennedy signed Executive Order 11110 which called for a return of America’s currency to the gold standard, and the dismantling of the Federal Reserve System — he signed his own death warrant.

The world bankers were not going to allow some horny rich kid to crush their power machine.


21 posted on 11/17/2013 1:40:57 PM PST by B4Ranch (Name the illness that you have and Google it with "hydrogen peroxide". Do it and be surprised.)
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To: smoothsailing

To hell with the kennedy’s.

Every stinking one if them.
Not much political good comes from Massachusetts.


22 posted on 11/17/2013 1:44:30 PM PST by Post5203 (Please name me a sucessful city or country run by a "person of color".)
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To: smoothsailing

Writer James McAuley, described as “a Marshall scholar studying history at the University of Oxford,” wrote that Dallas collectively “willed the death of the president,”

http://newsbusters.org/blogs/tom-blumer/2013/11/17/nyt-op-ed-dallas-willed-death-jfk#ixzz2kwTJj9lK


23 posted on 11/17/2013 1:50:16 PM PST by kcvl
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To: SoCal Pubbie

If it were my website I would’ve thrown all the JFK conspiracy theorists off Free Republic ages ago.


24 posted on 11/17/2013 1:54:36 PM PST by The KG9 Kid
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To: svcw
As far as who had him killed, all I ever heard was LBJ as the culprit.

While I think it was Oswald alone, LBJ would definitely be on my short list of suspects. LBJ was a weak opportunistic leech very similar to Obama in many respects.
25 posted on 11/17/2013 1:54:47 PM PST by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: B4Ranch

The world bankers were not going to allow some horny rich kid to crush their power machine.

....oh please, B4Ranch, next you’ll tell us that Snarlin’ Arlen’s magic bullet doesn’t make sense?! Come on now, your Gobmint would never lie to us, would they??? /s

ymmv


26 posted on 11/17/2013 1:56:34 PM PST by ElectionInspector (Molon Labe...)
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To: smoothsailing

What the hell does he know? He wasn't even born then!

"Harvard senior James McAuley was recently named a Marshall Scholar, a prestigious award that will allow him to study for two years at a university of his choice in the United Kingdom, likely in his case at the University of Oxford."

27 posted on 11/17/2013 1:59:11 PM PST by kcvl
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To: Post5203

Not much political good comes from Massachusetts.

Be careful of these blanket characterizations.

Many of our Founding Fathers came from Mass, as well as Paul Revere and Gov. Calvin Coolidge.

Massachusetts is home to many American heroes and, to your assertion, quite a few American villains.

JFK acted heroically during WWII. He WAS, despite his sins, a true blue American.

I cannot say the same for his Democratic descendants...


28 posted on 11/17/2013 2:02:20 PM PST by Paisan
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To: Post5203
"In his time at Harvard, McAuley has served as a research assistant to both Doris Kearns Goodwin and Louis Menand, the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of English. He has also been an editorial intern at The New Yorker, worked at the International Herald Tribune in Paris, and served as editorial chairman of the Harvard Crimson."

OMG, no wonder he worships the Kennedy's! He was assistant to their personal *ss kisser and known plagiarist. Big f' n deal, James, the Kennedy's were and are TRASH!

29 posted on 11/17/2013 2:03:32 PM PST by kcvl
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To: Paisan

I consider Calvin Coolidge to be the political Patron Saint of tea partiers. He makes George Washington look like a big spender.


30 posted on 11/17/2013 2:05:43 PM PST by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: smoothsailing
“He didn’t even have the satisfaction of being killed for civil rights... it had to be some silly little Communist. ”
-- Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
31 posted on 11/17/2013 2:06:12 PM PST by dread78645 (Evolution. A doomed theory since 1859.)
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To: TigersEye

“I’m not sure if he could compete. From the few words he spoke on camera
he seemed far more rational than the likes of Chris Matthews or Ed Schultz.”
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

AIN’T THAT THE TRUTH !!!


32 posted on 11/17/2013 2:06:53 PM PST by RipSawyer (The TREE currently falling on you actually IS worse than a Bush.)
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To: smoothsailing

I knew I wasn’t imagining this sudden trend among Leftists to either blame Kennedy’s assassination on “the right” or to vilify Kennedy as being too conservative.

We can’t expect consistency from the mental patients that comprise the American liberals.


33 posted on 11/17/2013 2:07:39 PM PST by FormerLib (Sacrificing our land and our blood cannot buy protection from jihad.-Bishop Artemije of Kosovo)
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To: Beowulf9
What’d ya make of that theory out there he was killed because he really wanted to get out of Viet Nam,

He was the one that sent them there. Technically they were military advisers that he could have pulled at any time, no muss no fuss. We were not deploying combat units until 1965. Kennedy was dead at that point.

Vietnam was LBJ's.

34 posted on 11/17/2013 2:08:48 PM PST by Harmless Teddy Bear (Proud Infidel, Gun Nut, Religious Fanatic and Freedom Fiend)
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To: Post5203

“Not much political good comes from Massachusetts.


Not so. Leverett Saltonstall was liked by all.

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35 posted on 11/17/2013 2:09:40 PM PST by Mears
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To: kcvl

The stupid just oozes from McAuley’s pores, doesn’t it. I wonder who ties his shoes.


36 posted on 11/17/2013 2:15:19 PM PST by smoothsailing
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To: SoCal Pubbie

Whatever.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNgKwS7qQD4

He was killed after he made it known what he was going to do:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrfDsAWJAhw


37 posted on 11/17/2013 2:20:59 PM PST by I got the rope
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To: The KG9 Kid

Whatever.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNgKwS7qQD4

He was killed after he made it known what he was going to do:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrfDsAWJAhw


38 posted on 11/17/2013 2:21:25 PM PST by I got the rope
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To: laweeks
laweeks @8: "I, for one, am sick and tired of this orgy of Kennedy crap slobbering all over two weeks before the anniversary of his death.

"He was a terrible president and was a terrible husband"

And JFK was a terrible commander of the only PT boat to get run over by an enemy destroyer in WWII.

39 posted on 11/17/2013 2:21:25 PM PST by Carl Vehse
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To: Carl Vehse

Kennedys - Can’t Drive, Can’t Fly, Can’t Ski, Can’t Skipper a Boat.....but they know what’s best for us.


40 posted on 11/17/2013 2:22:51 PM PST by dfwgator (Fire Muschamp.)
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To: Beowulf9

The Kennedy assassination was part of Lyndon Johnson’s coup d’état to take over the government.


41 posted on 11/17/2013 2:22:58 PM PST by reg45 (Barack 0bama: Implementing class warfare by having no class.)
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To: I got the rope

Lunacy.


42 posted on 11/17/2013 2:26:12 PM PST by The KG9 Kid
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43 posted on 11/17/2013 2:32:53 PM PST by onyx (Please Support Free Republic - Donate Monthly! If you want on Sarah Palin's Ping List, Let Me know!)
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To: SoCal Pubbie

For years I was open to some conspiracy theories with regard to Kennedy. I wasn’t a zealot, but, just had reason to believe that Oswald could not have pulled it off alone. However, after all the years and revelations, it now seems pretty clear the LHO was a lone gunman and did the deed.

-Oswald above all else was an attention wh@re. All of his prior hi-jinks (defecting to Russia, returning, attempting to kill General Walker, instigating for Cuba in N.O. and then finally killing JFK) were all attempts by he for attention. Most of them blew-up in his face. He never received notoriety in Russia for his defection (KGB just thought he was a little weird guy but nothing else and he had do good info to provide unlike what he personally thought) and then upon his return there were no throngs of reporters to greet him. He was upset that his attempt at Walker got him no attention either as their turned out to be no good witnesses to what he did. His final big con finally did the trick though.

-The shot itself wasn’t all that terribly hard. I’m still intrigued with the number of shots reported to have occurred in such a short period of time but the shot was make-able. The “Magic Bullet” hasn’t turned out to be so magic after all and later studies and recreations, using the seating configuration that the POTUS car was using on the day indicates that the bullet that wound up in the Governor went exactly where it should have.

One thing I still don’t understand that strange dog-leg deviation that the procession took through Dealey when it would have been so much easier to simply continue straight toward the interstate. It seems so completely dangerous and needless today. Not a sign of conspiracy in and of that but just weird in hindsight.


44 posted on 11/17/2013 2:35:08 PM PST by FAA
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To: cripplecreek

Bump


45 posted on 11/17/2013 2:36:40 PM PST by windcliff
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To: laweeks

He was an avid admirer if Hitler and the nazis too. Enoug already of the kennedy worship.


46 posted on 11/17/2013 2:41:03 PM PST by Organic Panic
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To: SoCal Pubbie
There are enough loose ends and far too many documents still being held back about the Kennedy assassination to reject all conspiracy theories as implausible. The "Oswald did it, acting alone" claim rests on shakier foundations than it may seem.

Bobby Kennedy and Richard Nixon both apparently believed that LBJ had Kennedy killed. Similarly, E. Howard Hunt, the former CIA agent and Watergate burglar, made a deathbed confession to his son that LBJ was at the center of a plot that relied on CIA officers and mob types, with Hunt having a peripheral role.

Notably, the two major official investigations -- the Warren Commission and the House Select Committee on Assassinations -- came to differing conclusions, with the later House Committee finding that Kennedy was killed by a conspiracy set up by Mafia bosses Carlos Marcello and Santo Trafficante.

Two bits of information that I learned through personal friendships also incline me to think that there was a conspiracy.

Although publicly denied by the CIA, I know for a fact that CIA officer David Atlee Phillips used the cover name "Maurice Bishop." That being so, there is reason to credit a witness who swore to the House Committee that he saw Phillips using that cover name and meeting with Oswald before the assassination.

Also, among at least some of Santo Trafficante's family relations who were not involved in organized crime, it was believed that he had something to do with the killing of Kennedy. As my source explained, when, in his early twenties, he flatly asked his parents if the rumors about "Uncle Santo" being involved were true, he was told yes, but to never ask about it again, and that among his wider family, to never refer to JFK or the Kennedys and to especially never mention Dallas.

47 posted on 11/17/2013 2:44:32 PM PST by Rockingham
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To: Carl Vehse

Not just run over, but cut in half.


48 posted on 11/17/2013 2:44:46 PM PST by smoothsailing
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To: smoothsailing

Honestly, I can’t see any reason to think of Kennedy as
anything more than your typical tard. He did print about
5 mil. dollars backed by silver which really ticked the
FED off though. Just a meth addicted libbtard.


49 posted on 11/17/2013 2:45:59 PM PST by Slambat
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To: cripplecreek

“LBJ weak opportunistic leech very similar to Obama”

I have heard a lot of adjectives applied to LBJ but weak was never one of them. He successfully bullied the entire Congress for four years.


50 posted on 11/17/2013 2:46:00 PM PST by DeFault User
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