Containing Multitudes Since 2004
Where is the carpet?You know the one they tried to sweep everything under.
Now, now. Don't let's be beating up on these old duffers. Four decades of pummeling has been sufficient (especially when you consider that they barely deserved any of it).
Even with Bugliosi's new book, the conspiracy theorists are still having a field day.
I wish I could remember who it was, but recently I heard someone say that conspiracy theorists are the only real masters of narrative fiction on earth. They truly do create compelling scenarios. Unfortunately (as is the case with the Kennedy assassination) they don't have a rational leg to stand on, and this is probably why no two theories of Who Killed Big Jack are ever alike.Frankly, I think the most disturbing theory of the case is the most plausible . . . that of the Warren Commission: One guy, on his lunchbreak, smashing the trajectory of American history to smithereens in eight seconds. No one else was, or need have been, involved.In other words, it can happen here. No wonder the Kennedy assassination has given rise to this unending river of plot and counter-plot. Who would want to believe such a thing in all its depressing purity if they could make up something else?
Gore Vidal was once asked what he thought had happaned on that late November day in 1963. His answer:"Well, it wasn't suicide"I can go along with that one.
The one I liked was"Mortal Error"He didn't spend any time worrying about Cubans or Gangsters or Texas Oilmen or Whomever.Did Oswald pull the trigger? Doesn't care.All he cared about wasHow many guns? how many shots?Its a good read
Bobby was gone by '68, and but for shear chance, Ted would've been killed in the plane crash in '64. Makes ya wonder, tha's all I'm sayin'.
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