posted on May, 20 2008 @ 04:13 PM
I'd go for Kennedy's because of the chaos that his assassination threw the country into, including the disastrous administration of Lyndon Johnson
and possibly even prevented Richard Nixon's fiasco.
However, we should be cautious what we wish for when we wish to change the past. By that I mean that even though we can't change the past, we must
recognize that from our limited view it is impossible to know precisely what the world might be like now if some event had not happened, especially on
On a micro level, Kennedy's family might have wished that Kennedy had not gone to Dallas or that he might have not declined the use of the protective
bubble for his limousine because they might have not lost a father, a husband, an uncle, etc.
However, from a macro-level, we don't know if Kennedy's death might have set up a chain of events that might have had a positive effect on
If Kennedy had not died on November 22, 1963, the world would be very different today and we are not at all certain if things would have been better
[edit on 2008/5/20 by GradyPhilpott]