Thursday, February 10, 2005
I was sitting here and for some reason my mind went to John F. Kennedy, and I got to thinking about what made him so great. And I couldn't actually think of anything. When we hear a news reporter or the man on the street talk about him, they talk about him like he was the greatest president of all time. I'm guilty of it as well. When talking about Ted Kennedy, I've said "He's no JFK". But what did he actually do to earn that way of thinking? Was it the Bay of Pigs fiasco? Or was it the fact that he was the first to send Americans into Vietnam? I think it was more of the timing of his presidency rather than what he did during his time in office. If someone who was around in the early 60's could let me know what he did to be so revered I would appreciate it.

Bein' a bad boy ain't that bad
I had me more dirty women than most men ever had
All you women come along with me
And I'll show you how good a bad boy can be

I said right and they said left
I said east and they said west
I said up and they said down
I do the bad boy boogie
All over town

The Only Thing Necessary For Evil To Triumph
Is For Good Men To Do Nothing