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seafan Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Nov-22-08 03:21 PM
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7. It was what I woke up thinking about this morning. November 22, 1963.
Edited on Sat Nov-22-08 03:53 PM by seafan
That awful day 45 years ago.


It's felt like we've been in a trance as a country ever since. A cold, paralyzing pall that has affected us in body and spirit. My parents were never the same after that day. It ripped America apart as nothing else.

For all of these years, the perpetrators and their accomplices have carefully nurtured the cover-up of what happened that day.


I so fervently hope, as you have stated, that this will be reexamined by a cleansed and restored Department of Justice and the truth allowed to see the light of day. We will never heal as a country unless we know the truth of this tragedy and how certain families and associates engineered it and buried what they did.


The loss of President Kennedy paved the way to 45 years of murder, war, greed, poverty and destruction, from which we are still struggling to escape.


Peace, Octafish.





GHWB at Gerald Ford's eulogy, January 2, 2007







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