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reply to post by Agent008
I think the first way to measure a man is how long he can keep it in his trousers/pants. JFK had many extra-marital affairs. I see this as a form of extreme dishonesty, so, with that in mind, what other "lengths" (pardon the pun, or not) would he go to to do other things that he "just felt like doing". Some of his speeches were well-crafted but the man himself begins to sicken me in light of the facts that have emerged since his death.
He was lacking in integrity and seemed pretty much like a predecessor of Bill Clinton and his extra-marital antics.
reply to post by pheonix358
Respectfully disagree when actions in private show blatant disregards for oaths made, whether to another person or the nation. (Marriage vows). But this is no speculation or propaganda, various people have come forward to say what a horny little toad he was.
A man is measured by his deeds, not his words. Marilyn Monroe anyone....? (To name just one)
Was JFK's comment on "secret societies" a statement against the "NWO"? I searched this famous quote and finally found the full unedited written transcript and audio of this speech. JFK was actually talking about current events of the cold war and how nontraditional enemies were gaining information on how the US was battling this war. In this speech JFK actually points out "the need for far greater "official" secrecy"...as well as "the need for a far greater public information". JFK admits "I have no easy answer to the dilemma that I have posed," but also states, "and would not seek to impose it if I had one." This a major difference from where todays elected officials stand.