This post is just about my curiosity. I was watching a video about JFK when him and his family arrived to Washington. They discussed how he was young.
Which was a great image for capitalism and the youth of America. As well how he had a a young family to take care of. Which reminds me of President
Obama and his family. I just think their elections have a lot in common when they're elected and inaugurated. Something new that the previous
generations didn't have and made America more popular.
I do agree with you on that. But look at them both. They bring something to the table they only had. Which is popularity. Nixon was also popular but
since the first Presidential debate on television. During a time when Nixon was ill, also gave more votes for Kennedy. Now Obama is his shoes, but a
different time period. He can be welcomed by Americans. because of His race and his opinions were what the youth of the country favored.
JFK, when going through the presidental election had one thing going for him, he was a was hero, and a leader. He made sure the people knew he was a
leader, but it was his religion where people questioned. Obama is not even half the man that JFK was.
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