First, how did one man inspire a nation and motivate Americans to work harder and give something back to their government? John F. Kennedy will long be remembered for challenging the American people--to put a man on the moon, put aside racial prejudices, and join a volunteer corps to help undeveloped countries.
In this tape, taken from JFK Great Debate with Nixon in 1960, the relevance and prophetic nature of his words ring out loud and clear, unmistakably in touch with our times through its timeless message:
"I believe it incumbent upon the next President of the United States to get this country moving again", get our economy moving ahead, set before the American people its goals, its unfinished business, and then throughout the world appoint the best people we can get...
America, the best person we can get for this task is Barack Obama. When he is asked why now, when he's 46, why not wait to run for President? Obama answers: "America Can Not Wait".
As JFK reminds us, "We Need to Get America Moving Again". Vote for Barack Obama, vote for CHANGE, Vote to Get America Moving Again, Vote For Barack Obama...
The legacy of JFK can be seen overseas not only through the ongoing efforts of Peace Corps volunteers but also in a beautiful head of hair. Music by Brandon Follett
The 6th Floor Museum in Dallas, TX is dedicated to preserving the memory of President Kennedy and that fateful day on the Grassy Knoll in Dallas. The museum is located in Dealey Plaza and contains photographs, artifacts, news clippings, and more about JFK. Find more information here: *******www.vacationsmadeeasy****/GreaterDallasFtWorthAreaTX/activity/SixthFloorMuseumatDealeyPlaza.cfm.
Robert P. Fitton walked through Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas and wove his emotions into a poem about the experience of being where JFK was shot dead on November 22, 1963.
Journey back in time to America's most famous airport - NEW YORK JFK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT! AirUtopia takes you back to the early 1980s for a glimpse at the classic airlines and airliners that helped make JFK one of the greatest airports in the history of aviation!
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President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, was shot during a motorcade drive through downtown Dallas this afternoon. He died in the emergency room of the Parkland Memorial Hospital 32 minutes after the attack. He was 46 years old. He is the third President to be assassinated in office since Abraham Lincoln and the first since President McKinley in 1901.
In the late afternoon the Dallas police took into custody a former Marine, one Lee H. Oswald, aged 24, who is alleged to have shot a policeman outside a theatre. He is said to have remarked only, "It is all over now." He is the chairman of a group called the "Fair Play for Cuba Committee," and is married to a Russian girl. He is described at the moment as "a prime suspect."
Conspiracy Theory. JFK Assasination. *******www.vincemazzie****
The New York Times reported that on November 29, 1962, a benefit concert called "The American Pageant of the Arts" was to be held with "a cast of 100, including President and Mrs. Kennedy, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Leonard Bernstein (as master of ceremonies), Pablo Casals, Marian Anderson, Van Cliburn, Robert Frost, Fredric March, Benny Goodman, Bob Newhart and a 7-year-old Chinese cellist called Yo-yo Ma, who was brought to the program's attention by Casals."
Footage of Walter Cronkite breaking News of JFK's murder in Dallas from 1963. Original CBS Breaking News of John F. Kennedy Assassination.
You'll feel like you are on board as you watch live action, both day and night. See the intensity and the afterburners on board the aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy during the first wave of attacks in the Gulf War.
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