Monday, March 7, 2016

Paul Carpenter Reminds me of the story, which I believe is true, about FDR driving by some farmers who had been waiting for him. He waved at them and they waved back; however, FDR was not held in high esteem by everyone. After the president passed, one farmer thumbed his nose at him. It's hard to imagine anyone not wanting to see the president of the United States, regardless of personal or political views, especially when the president goes by right outside the door. I stood several hours in cold and damp weather to see candidate JFK in 1960. Never regretted I did that.
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Ralph Cinque Thank you for that, Paul. That was very insightful. Of course, Oswald was going to view the President.

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