reply to post by GLontra
- Kennedy elected to Congress 100 years after Lincoln was elected to Congress
- Kennedy elected President of the United States EXACTLY 100 years after Lincoln was elected President
You empathize the word exactly. Well, why does that need empathizing? It has to be the same day and It's only ever going to happen 4 years apart as
well, that's the minimum. This is the Presidential inauguration remember. It's the same day every time.
The 100 year gap is the only coincidence also. I mean what about the fact that Lincoln was born in 1809, Kennedy in 1917 for example? Or that Lincoln
was killed in 1865, Kennedy in 1863. Maybe even the fact that Lincoln was 56 when he died, Kennedy was 46, and there's much more too. Why ignore all
of this? I already know why - It's because it fit's a wild agenda.
- Both Presidents shot in the head by a Southerner man with three names totaling 15 letters, on a Friday.
Ok. So, what's your point? Being shot on a Friday is hardly odd, It's a 1 in 7 chance. A Friday, Saturday or a Sunday is their busiest public time
too. So, not really out of this world odds here.
And Booth was a southern Sympathizer, but he was actually born in Maryland which remained as part of the union throughout the civil war and he also
spent the vast majority of his life in the North too. He was not a southerner at all. That's plain wrong.
And finally in regards to both of them having 15 letters in there name.. Really, we're supposed to believe that's a sign of a conspiracy? Both first
names have a different number, as do the last names. Both just happen to add up to 15 over all. So, I ask, why on earth is that weird or proof of
- Both were succeeded by Southerners called Johnson, and Lyndon Johnson was born 100 years after Andrew Johnson.
Yes, because Johnson is an awfully unusual name it's certainly a coincidence. No, wrong, it's one of the most common names imaginable.
Also, here's the stats of both men:
: December 29, 1808 – July 31, 1875
: August 27, 1908 – January 22, 1973
Where's the weird conspiracy here? If they were born exactly, a word you placed so much empathize on before (
), 100 years apart then fair
enough, that is a little bit odd if I was stretching for it, but their birthdays were nowhere near close. To claim the fact they were born 100 years
apart as proof of some sort of conspiracy is a stretch to say the least. How you can come to the conclusion of conspiracy is beyond me.
21-1-2013 by Rising Against because: (no reason given)