Pissed off about the liars!

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I was 15 months old when JFK was assassinated. Ever since I could remember, I've always regretted the loss to our country of such a great man. Unfortunately brothers and sisters who feel this way, there's nothing we can do about his passing. Yet, I've always blamed all the liars that existed in our government. The ones who devised this plot and carried it out. The ones who felt that the American people were so stupid that we would fail to see this farce that the Warren Commission has tried to sell us. Thank God there was enough evidence present to uncover the truth of this great injustice done to us. Richard Nixon knew the whole story. Those tapes that he never disclosed were all about the Kennedy assassination. We know that now. What disturbs me most is the thousands of Americans who died or loss their minds over in Vietnam. The extreme suffering brought about because of LBJ's asinine, traitorous, act of going against Kennedy's decision to pull the US out of Vietnam before it escalated. It's too late to punish all the traitors we had in the government at the time. They will all be punished one day by a higher power. For now the memory and legacy of JFK will live on inside the hearts and minds of those who loved him. Even if they were too young to understand what was going on at the time. I for one consider myself fortunate to have at least shared the planet with such a great man. After 20 years in the Navy, I consider myself a patriot first and foremost. I salute all others who share my views, and I strive to keep his memory alive. JFK, Robert, and MLK, were martyred for their beliefs in freedom for America. As long as we remember them, then they have not died in vain. Thanks for reading and God Bless, IB

-- Marc Allen (ironbuddha@lycos.com), August 03, 2002

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