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Remember JFK tragedy

November 22, 2013

Fifty years ago today, charismatic young President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. The horror of a U.S....

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Nov-23-13 10:11 AM

Come to think of it bleekerbob, subversives like Clarabell the Clown, Howdy Dooty and Sherri Lewis taught us about crony capitalism how 'puppets' can work..Soupy Sales taught us racism with White Fang and Black Tooth..and the less said about that Commie pair Roy Rodgers and Dale Evens, the better. Just sayin'.

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Nov-23-13 9:35 AM

It's already been proven oswald shot JFK bleekerbob. The Gulf of Tonkin incident was not an illusion and hinckley shot Reagan because he's insane and wanted to impress Jodie Foster. Don't you know all this insanity started when Gumby and Pokey started sending subliminal messages through our TV's and then was reinforced by subversive West Coast Beach Boys music? I thought everybody knew that.

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Nov-22-13 8:38 PM

whoa there bleekerbob, been hang out at Frankie Young's ?? You've been obsessing over this for way too long. Jack Ruby ended all possibilities to obtain any information as to conspiracies or anything concerning that day

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Nov-22-13 6:50 PM

anyone believing that oswald did this is an idiot. There is plenty of evidence that he was murdered by the military industrial complex and they have controlled our government ever since.LBJ also new it.we then went into viet nam based on a lie, where they made billions,they also shot Reagan because he pulled our troops out of beruit after the bombing of our troops they wanted to go to war to make more money,and they are systematicly taken away our rights turning america into a slave state

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Nov-22-13 5:18 PM

Agree Ann, I was in Jr. High School 50 yrs ago...we all lost some of our innocence on that tragic day.

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Nov-22-13 5:03 PM

I remember the day too. Sitting in grade school, hearing that our President was dead over the loud speaker shocked us all, but most memorable was the first time I saw my mom cry when she heard the news. I remember Walter Cronkite shedding a tear on the black and white TV. It was the age where we lost our innocence.

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Nov-22-13 3:28 PM

Abraham, Martin and John, rest in peace. youtube****/watch?v=2hNLDigNVB8

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Nov-22-13 12:50 PM

I remember when he was shot, I was in elementary school. Two things that I wonder about and they are first, why was the secret service ordered not to ride on the back of the President's limo as what was normal everyday practice until the procession reached Dallas? Two of the bullets matched the rifle Oswald was using and the so called magic bullet did not and it also showed no damaged after striking both the President and the Governor and hitting bone? I think Johnson was involved somehow or at least had knowledge of what was to transpire.

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