When They Killed JFK, They Killed America

I wrote a blog recently about JFK and privacy entitled “Is Privacy Dead?”. I wrote it because I was recently watching a documentary about JFK and I began to see how things have changed in our political system since the 1960s. Things have gotten MUCH worse in my opinion.

Yesterday this piece was authored by the Great Paul Craig Robertson on Infowars.com regarding the ideals of JFK, particularly his desire to have government be more transparent and to have integrity. Mr. Roberts knows a thing or two about the JFK Administration: he was a part of it.

“In the JFK administration I was a White House Fellow. In those days it was a much larger program than the small insider program it later became. President Kennedy’s intention was to involve many young Americans in government in order to keep idealism alive as a counter to the material interests of lobby groups. I don’t know if the program still exists. If it does, the idealism that was its purpose is long gone.

All I can say is that my mind must be connecting to a greater consciousness, and I’m not the only one out there who pines for a leader like JFK. They killed America when JFK died, but they didn’t kill the great spirit that he stirred in us, and his voice and ideals are still alive in all of us patriots.

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