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Chipper Jones believes the U.S. government whacked JFK

Mar 22, 2011, 9:12 AM EDT

JFK

I’m about as likely to listen to Chipper Jones‘ theories on the JFK assassination as I am to listen to Luke Scott‘s theories about President Obama’s place of birth, but for those of you who demand more of your baseball players than mere athletic prowess, please know that Jones does, indeed, have a theory. At least a broad one, which he told to Dan Scholssberg of The Post Game:

“Having shot a hunting rifle all my life, I personally believe there was more than one shooter. The conspiracy behind it is what really intrigues me. I’m sure it went pretty high but I don’t know how high. Let’s just say somebody had to put it into motion—and it was somebody high-ranking in the U.S. government.”

Whatever you say, Chip. For my part I put more stock in James Ellroy’s theory as described in “American Tabloid.” It’s complicated, but let’s just say that you do not want to steal heroin from the mob as a way of taking revenge against them for failing to back you in your plan to assassinate Fidel Castro following your failure in the Bay of Pigs invasion. Because if you do, they’ll make you kill Jack the Haircut as payback, get me?

Or else it was Rand Corporation, in conjunction with the saucer people, under the supervision of the reverse vampires.  I could go either way with it.

  1. BC - Mar 22, 2011 at 9:17 AM

    C’mon folks. It was the mob. Remember Jack Ruby?

    • lmno7 - Mar 22, 2011 at 11:46 AM

      It was the Mob PLUS the FBI…
      The Mob may have had the bravado to pull off simple Jack Ruby style hits… But NO WAY, did they have the sophisticated machinations to pull off a sniper style hit on the most protected man in the country… the logistics and skills necessary were just beyond their abilities… This was an EXECUIVE decision, done in cahoots with lesser organizations… The Kennedy brothers had shaken things up too much for the men behind the scenes liking…

      Aren’t their more baseball related things that need discussing…?

  2. woodenulykteneau - Mar 22, 2011 at 9:19 AM

    “My name is Chiper Jones and I grew up in Pierson, Florida, a small town in Central Florida which is known as the “Fern Capital of the World.”

    Considering he can’t even spell his own nickname on his own website, I’m *shocked* that a Southern high school-educated person would hold such a belief.

    • nps6724 - Mar 22, 2011 at 9:26 AM

      Yeah, only Southern hillbillies believe in that theory. Should I assume all elitist douches like yourself think pro athletes build their own websites?

      • banksatdixie - Mar 22, 2011 at 9:45 AM

        Chipper has always been a model of sophistication and intelligence. Always.

      • woodenulykteneau - Mar 22, 2011 at 10:11 AM

        No, but you might want to look up the term hillbilly and consider the lack of mountains in Florida. Good luck with your GED!

      • nps6724 - Mar 22, 2011 at 10:14 AM

        The term hillbilly is commonly used in non-Appalachian areas as a reference in describing socially backward people that fit certain “hillbilly” characteristics. In this context, it is often (though not always) derogatory. Although the described person may not reside in a region that has hills of any kind, it is substituted in place of more disparaging terms like white trash. In urban usage, it is sometimes used interchangeably for terms like hick.

      • woodenulykteneau - Mar 22, 2011 at 10:51 AM

        If you say so, but none of that changes the fact that you used the slur first and then used another one in your ad hominem response.

  3. Jonny 5 - Mar 22, 2011 at 9:52 AM

    He was despised by the hat makers union. He was the first president to not wear a hat. They whacked him.

    That was the most comical conspiracy I heard, but of all of them I find one to be the most interesting.

    JFK vs. the Federal reserve. Kennedy in fact jeopordized the Federal reserve bank’s stranglehold on our economy by signing into effect bill 11110. The Federal reserve, which is fancy talk for “privately owned banking interests who print money with little to no collateral” had every reason to knock off JFK for issuing United States notes (backed by gold and silver), as opposed to Federal reserve notes (backed by debt).

    I love me a good conspiracy theory. I don’t expect to ever know who did it, or speculate on it much. I just enjoy reading these things.

    • BC - Mar 22, 2011 at 9:55 AM

      JFK was cracking down on the mob (his brother was as well). It seems crystal clear that the mob was behind it. Oswald was the patsy, and Ruby took care of him.

      • Jonny 5 - Mar 22, 2011 at 10:22 AM

        Maybe it’s that simple, maybe it’s not?

    • Kevin S. - Mar 22, 2011 at 10:19 AM

      I thought the Fed didn’t gain control of the money supply until 1972. No?

      • Jonny 5 - Mar 22, 2011 at 10:28 AM

        Here, check this out.

        http://www.afn.org/~govern/mcfadden_speech_1932.html

      • Kevin S. - Mar 22, 2011 at 10:35 AM

        Well, that’s eye-opening. For some reason, I’d thought it was Nixon who took us from collateral-back tender to fiat currency.

      • BC - Mar 22, 2011 at 11:31 AM

        Yes, Nixon took us off the gold standard. But the Fed and a whole host of other financial controls came on the scene in 1932-1933 due to reaction to the Great Depression. Example: there was basically no regulation of prospectuses prior to then. Mutual funds and associated regulation came into existence at that time as well.

  4. yankeesfanlen - Mar 22, 2011 at 9:54 AM

    Craig, you should have saved your book review for HBT Daily so you could impress Tiffany with your Edward G. Robinson impression, y’see.

  5. jwbiii - Mar 22, 2011 at 10:06 AM

    The mob, the CIA, and Lady Bird Johnson. She just could not stand it that Jackie had a nicer house.

  6. proudlycanadian - Mar 22, 2011 at 10:15 AM

    Careful Chipper. Next thing you know, the star whackers might be after you too.

  7. snowbirdgothic - Mar 22, 2011 at 10:17 AM

    Funny how many of these guys go off into la-la land as they get near the end of their careers. Didn’t Lefty start spouting off about how the world is secretly run by five Jews in a luxury cave near Zurich right around the time his slider flattened out?

    • jamie54 - Mar 22, 2011 at 10:22 AM

      Chipper and Darren Daulton, two Einstein’s if there ever were.

      • snowbirdgothic - Mar 22, 2011 at 10:40 AM

        So do you think Chipper listens to Sammy Hagar?

      • banksatdixie - Mar 22, 2011 at 3:53 PM

        Probably just dueling banjos.

  8. heyblueyoustink - Mar 22, 2011 at 10:20 AM

    I’m thinking Dick Cheney did…..I mean he is the Lord of all Evil and is prone to shooting people……maybe he was on one of his famous “hunting” trips..

  9. derpdederpdederp - Mar 22, 2011 at 10:24 AM

    “Or else it was Rand Corporation, in conjunction with the saucer people, under the supervision of the reverse vampires.”

    you fool. that theory only applies to the fiendish plot to eliminate the meal of dinner

  10. cur68 - Mar 22, 2011 at 10:27 AM

    No one kills Canadian Prime Ministers. Know why? Hard to kill the undead. Chipper has always been a fave of mind. Had a dog a bit like him for a time; big, not overly committed with brains, lacked a bit of class on occasion (he leg humped like it was the last leg on earth) and his breath could only charitable described as best suited for stripping varnish form furniture. But he was loyal, largely good natured, did whatever you asked of him (providing he understood what you asked of him), and never failed to do something memorable when confronted with a female. Larry and my old doggie woulda got along great. Hope he has a good season.

    • thegoche - Mar 22, 2011 at 1:27 PM

      Who could dislike this?

      • cur68 - Mar 22, 2011 at 1:45 PM

        Well it’s safe to say it wasn’t me and certainly not Oilcan (the dog in question). RIP, buddy. Maybe Larry reads these things and didn’t care for the comparison to my faithful old pal?

      • Utley's Hair - Mar 22, 2011 at 3:07 PM

        I hear Brian Mulrooney isn’t too fond of being likened to Vlad the Undead, author of HardballTalk.

  11. aaronmoreno - Mar 22, 2011 at 10:50 AM

    Down and to the left….

  12. randomdigits - Mar 22, 2011 at 10:56 AM

    You forgot to call him a “Nutjob”. I will also say the entire tenor of this piece is rather kinder then the Scott piece during the winter meetings.

    • nps6724 - Mar 22, 2011 at 11:00 AM

      There’s a big difference between the two: Scott’s statement was easily and quickly proven wrong.

      • randomdigits - Mar 22, 2011 at 11:39 AM

        You don’t think Chipper’s statement has been proven wrong? Back before Chipper was even born?

      • nps6724 - Mar 22, 2011 at 11:53 AM

        I don’t think much of anything regarding JFK’s death is *proven*. There’s a reason there’s so many conspiracy theories and TV specials and even a big-budget movie about the subject. Even if you think there’s proof, Obama’s birth certificate was still proven much easier and much quicker.

  13. Rosenthals Speling Instrukter - Mar 22, 2011 at 11:22 AM

    You want a good nutjob theory than your wish is about to be granted:

    Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio were together and Monroe was going to spill the beans about her involvement with the president to the media, the firestorm was a brewin and JFK decided he had to off the broad. DiMaggio was boiling inside and decided to hire the mafia (It is New York after all) and put a hit out on the big man. Oswalt was leery of shooting and after he did he spilled the beans to a prison guard. Well that prison guard was in cahoots with the mafia and let big Tony from the north end know the jig. After plannin’ all night Jack Ruby decided to play the patsy and take out Oswalt before anyone could get any more information. It was DiMaggio I tell ya, DiMaggio.

    Took me 7 minutes to think of that. 2 extra minutes to add the 1950′s stereotype wording.

    • BC - Mar 22, 2011 at 11:37 AM

      Wait a minute. Roy Oswalt was involved in all of this?

      • nps6724 - Mar 22, 2011 at 11:41 AM

        Well yeah. He IS a Philly.

  14. apbaguy - Mar 22, 2011 at 11:48 AM

    Fabulous post. But my favorite Chipper line is “Having shot a hunting rifle all my life…I personally believe there was more than one shooter.” Not if the shooter is a zombie brainwashed dupe of the Reds (meaning commies in this case, not the guys from Cincy). There’s been tons of stuff on History channel about how a trained shooter can get off multiple rounds using Oswald’s weapon.

    I’m totally on board with Jonny5 here. Probably in my lifetime I’ll never know with certainty who was responsible for JFK’s assassination. But it is fun to read the various theories.

    Though interestingly, one of my first business trips out of college in the 70′s was to Dallas. I came in a day early, and went to Dealey Plaza. The Texas Book Depository was open, so I walked in, climbed the stairs, and looked out over the motorcade route. The shot was closer than I’d thought. And the angle of the motorcade relative to the window made the shot relatively easier, as the car would have been moving up hill and straight. Still, Chipper’s right in one respect. Getting off 3 shots with 2 hits on a moving target in 5 seconds is serious shooting. But having grown up on Army bases and having spent way too much time with guys who could really shoot, there are definitely some guys who could manage that.

    • spudchukar - Mar 22, 2011 at 1:51 PM

      Except Oswald never showed in his training that he was even a good shot much less a marksman.

      • trajanthe1st - Mar 22, 2011 at 3:25 PM

        Yes , he did
        His Marnie corp records show him qualified as marksman scoring as high as 48 of 50 at 200 yards. The shot was within his capability. It was Oswald. He already had tried to kill a retired general several weeks earlier.The shot has been duplicated several times by experts. The so-called “magic bullet” is not magic at all.

        Oliver Stone’s movie is a huge pack of lies. He even admitted that he used” artistic license” to make the movie.

  15. sanzarq - Mar 22, 2011 at 11:53 AM

    Slow day at the Sports News desk, Craig?

  16. mrznyc - Mar 22, 2011 at 12:21 PM

    Late at night and unable to sleep I see the History Channel has the 7,000th redo of the Kennedy assination on and I obviously tune in – Insomnia being the root of most conspiracy theories – Well, this guys contention is that Lee Harvey acted alone and that was that – I have to say, the documentary maker was very convincing, leadin me to the conclusion that the believability of all the JFK stuff has to do with the skill of the film maker before it has to do with much or anything else.

  17. robzar - Mar 22, 2011 at 1:43 PM

    After reading about the Navy Seals picking off those filthy pirates from a heaving ship, at night, into an enclosed lifeboat, without hitting the hostage, I think just about any shot is possible.

  18. xmatt0926x - Mar 22, 2011 at 2:27 PM

    has anyone determined Hank Steinbrenner’s whereabouts when Kennedy was shot?

    • Utley's Hair - Mar 22, 2011 at 4:42 PM

      Pugsley didn’t do it—he was busy trying to trade Mickey Mantle to the Cardinals for a case of Bud and a pack of smokes.

  19. trajanthe1st - Mar 22, 2011 at 4:06 PM

    I was on the grassy knoll on November 22nd, 1963, In fact, I was behind the picket fence on the grassy knoll. Yea, I was five years old and I had to pee, so my dad took me back there.
    By the way, I didn’t see second gunman, or fake cops as portrayed in the movie”JFK”.
    It was Oswald! That’s it, nothing to see here. One pathetic loser that wanted to make a name for himself.

    • Utley's Hair - Mar 22, 2011 at 4:31 PM

      Maybe they were there, but you just didn’t see them, since you were trying to avoid peeing on your shoes…? Or, maybe trying to pee on your shoes? Or maybe you weren’t 5 years old, but rather a late-teen revolutionary trained by the Communafia? How can we know for sure? Hmm?

  20. macjacmccoy - Mar 23, 2011 at 1:24 AM

    Your all nuts he was shot by a lunatic and thats it. They proved if a shooter was at the grassy knoll he would have had to been about 100 yards behind it standing on top of ladder in the middle of a field for the trajectory to fit. It would be kinda hard to miss a guy with a rifle on a ladder if you ask me. Ive been to where Kennedy was killed and right next to the window where Oswalt took the shot(the actual area is taped off and it hasnt be distrubed since the shooting) and any hunter or miltary man could make that shot even with the weapon he used especially if you are familiar with that weapon like most were back then.

  21. macjacmccoy - Mar 23, 2011 at 1:26 AM

    All those injections and pain killers Chipper has taken over the years bc of all the injuries he constantly suffers most have fried his brain.

  22. morrow321 - Mar 23, 2011 at 2:36 AM

    Lyndon Johnson and the CIA murdered John Kennedy in the 1963 Coup d’Etat. You can contact me, Robert Morrow, at 512-306-1510 or Morrow321@aol.com.

    http://lyndonjohnsonmurderedjfk.blogspot.com/

    Lyndon Johnson made a dirty deal with CIA Republicans to murder John Kennedy in the 1963 Coup d’Etat. (People like Clint Murchison Sr., H.L. Hunt, Nelson Rockefeller, David Rockefeller, top Nelson Rockefeller aide Henry Kissinger, McGeorge Bundy, George Herbert Walker Bush and Gen. Edward Lansdale all are excellent candidates for elite sponsorship.) Lyndon Johnson and Allen Dulles may very well have been co-CEOs of the JFK assassination; with the CIA in charge of the killing of JFK, and Lyndon Johnson and (his close friend and neighbor of 19 years in Washington, DC) FBI director J. Edgar Hoover in charge of the cover up.

    Clint Murchison, Sr – more so than even H.L. Hunt – was a key player in the JFK assassination because of his close ties to the inner core of US intelligence (Allen Dulles, Nelson Rockefeller, John J. McCloy), close ties to Lyndon Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover of the FBI, bankers Rockefellers; Murchison was even friends with key Kennedy-hater mafia godfather Carlos Marcellos of New Orleans. Not only that, Murchison, Sr. was a patient and partner of Dr. Alton Oschner, the former president of the American Cancer Society and who ran covert cancer research for the CIA. Oschner, likewise was a Kennedy-hater. John Simkin: “One of Ochsner’s friends described him as being ‘like a fundamentalist preacher in the sense that the fight against communism was the only subject that he would talk about, or even allow you to talk about, in his presence.”
    When JFK was slaughtered, Russia’s Khrushchev was literally crying, fearing nuclear war. Cuba’s Castro worried and feared an US invasion and gave an impressive speech the next day deconstructing the CIA’s deception provocation for war. Meanwhile at Clint Murchison’s home, their family maid May Newman describes the scene: “The mood in the Murchison family home was very joyous and happy. For a whole week after like champagne and caviar flowed, every day of the week. But I was the only one in that household at that time that felt any grief for his assassination.”
    The Warren Commission should have really been called the “Allen Dulles Commission” because he controlled it and made it the farce that it was. Dulles was probably an elite sponsor (i.e. murderer), as well as certainly Lyndon Johnson. The 3 hardcore cover up artists on the Warren Commission were the 3 Council on Foreign Relations members: Allen Dulles (president CFR 1946-50), John J. McCloy (then chairman of the CFR 1953-1970) and Gerald Ford (CFR member, later president). John J. McCloy was a Rockefeller man, former head of Chase Manhattan bank, and very deep US intelligence since the OSS days. John J. McCloy’s nickname was “Chairman of the American Establishment,” and he mixed at the highest levels of business, intelligence and he was close to the Kennedy-hating Texas business elite. Cover up artist Gerald Ford was secretly reporting to Hoover and the FBI what the Warren Commission was doing. In 1970, Newsweek called Gerald Ford the CIA’s “best friend in Congress.” The CFR especially 40 years ago, was heavily Rockefeller influenced and it top players were deep CIA.

    The CIA has been called the military wing of the CFR; and actually that is not too far from the truth. The CFR was in its heyday from 1950-1990.

    Here is an absolutely spectacular article why the National Security State murdered John Kennedy: http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig10/marshall10.1.html John Kennedy was despised by and did not control his CIA nor his Joint Chiefs of Staff.

    Lyndon Johnson’s reasons to murder were out of his deep desperation and fear of what would become of him after his imminent expulsion from the 1964 Democratic ticket and his fears of going to jail over the exploding Bobby Baker scandal. LIFE magazine, being fed extremely damaging info by Robert Kennedy, was set to run an expose on Lyndon Johnson’s corruption that would blow him out of the water once and for all (Dec. 6th issue, but due to be printed and mailed on 11/29/63: source James Wagenvoord who worked at LIFE then). Bobby Baker was the protégé of a wildly corrupt LBJ in the Senate; Lyndon Johnson was like both a dad and a big brother to Bobby Baker (who named two of his children after LBJ: Lynda and Lyndon). Both Lyndon Johnson and Bobby Baker were receiving tremendous amounts of under-the-table money while Johnson was running the Senate. The Kennedys and LIFE Magazine were literally days away from politically executing Lyndon Johnson with the rope of the unraveling Bobby Baker scandal. After vaporizing the despised Lyndon Johnson, John Kennedy was going to replace LBJ most likely with Terry Sanford of North Carolina or possibly his good friend George Smathers of Florida as VP on the 1964 Democratic ticket.

    The Kennedys and Lyndon Johnson were having a sub rosa fight: Jack and Robert Kennedy brought knives to the battle and Lyndon Johnson brought guns and it was settled on 11/22/63 at 12:30 PM in Dallas.

    Lately, I have been studying the role of McGeorge Bundy, the National Security Advisor for JFK and Henry Cabot Lodge, JFK’s insubordinate ambassador to Vietnam who Kennedy was planning to fire on Monday, 11/25/63. It is probable that both McGeorge Bundy and Henry Cabot Lodge were involved some way with the JFK assassination. McGeorge Bundy, astonishingly, was already drafting sharp escalations to JFK’s Vietnam policy NSAM 273 (which JFK would not have approved) on 11/21/63, the night before the 1963 Coup d’Etat! McGeorge Bundy was also assuring others very quickly on 11/22/63 that there was no conspiracy to kill JFK, at a time when it was impossible for him (or anyone) to credibly be saying that. Bundy later ran the Ford Foundation from 1966-1979.

    JFK’s Secretary of State, Dean Rusk, who ran the Rockefeller Foundation from 1952-1961, and was also a hawk on Vietnam, is another one who merits close scrutiny in the Coup of 1963. Kennedy had appointed Rusk because it was unlikely that the Senate would confirm JFK’s first choice J. William Fulbright, who later became a prominent opponent of the Vietnam War. After the 1963 Coup d’Etat, Rusk lasted through all the blood and guts of Vietnam and all the way through Jan., 1969, as Johnson’s Secretary of State. Walt Rostow (CFR), another Vietnam hawk, replaced McGeorge Bundy (CFR) as National Security Advisor in 1966. The CFR and the Rockefellers, not John Kennedy, lusted for the Vietnam War.

    The midlevel murderers (field operations) of JFK would include CIA guys like Richard Helms, James Angleton, David Morales, William King Harvey, E. Howard Hunt, Frank Sturgis, David Atlee Phillips and perhaps Cord Meyer. Deputy Harry Weatherford is a good candidate to have been on the Records Building as a sniper. Influential mobster Johnny Roselli was especially close friends with the CIA’s William King Harvey, a rabid Kennedy hater. The most likely mafia godfathers involved would be Carlos Marcello and Santo Trafficante, particularly in the Jack Ruby murder of Oswald and perhaps in the JFK Assassination as well and other murders in the post assassination cover up.

    We now know Lyndon Johnson was far worse than he is presented in current biographies. Far beyond ballot stuffing, bribery, massive under-the-table kickbacks, and being a consummate and pathological liar, Lyndon Johnson was murdering a lot of people in Texas to cover up his eye popping corruption. A prime example is the murder of US agricultural official Henry Marshall in June, 1961, and who then Vice President Lyndon Johnson arranged to have murdered. In the 1980’s, Billie Sol Estes, a close and corrupt partner of LBJ, began confessing to the murders that he, Lyndon Johnson, Cliff Carter and LBJ’s personal hit man Malcolm Wallace committed. Lyndon Johnson, a manic depressive – and at times a barely functioning psychopath – murdered perhaps 10-20 people to avoid exposure before he got his knife wet with John Kennedy’s blood.

    Lyndon Johnson and Sam Rayburn taking advantage of Hoover’s dossier on JFK, used sexual blackmail and other threats on John Kennedy on the night of July 13th at the 1960 Democratic convention in Los Angeles to force Kennedy to put LBJ on the ticket. Johnson was not on JFK’s short list for VP; he was not on the long list. LBJ was not on the VP list – period. Johnson made a hostile take over of the vice presidential slot.

    John Kennedy told his close friend Hy Raskin: “You know we had never considered Lyndon, but I was left with no choice. He and Sam Rayburn made it damn clear to me that Lyndon had to be the candidate. Those bastards were trying to frame me. They threatened me with problems and I don’t need more problems. I’m going to have enough problems with Nixon.” Evelyn Lincoln, JFK’s secretary for 11+ years, also confirms that Lyndon Johnson used sexual blackmail combined with other threats to force JFK to put LBJ on the 1960 Democratic ticket.

    My current thinking on US intelligence agent Lee Harvey Oswald is that he was indeed involved in the JFK assassination, but he was a patsy who shot NO ONE that day, neither John Kennedy nor Officer J.D. Tippit. Both murders were complete frame jobs. Oswald was a fake defector to Russia and his behavior in New Orleans 1963 was all about Oswald’s sheep dipping as he passed out pro-Castro flyers and pretended to be a “pro-Castro Marxist.” Meanwhile Oswald was working in concert in New Orleans with folks like David Ferrie and Guy Bannister whose politics were the equivalent of a 1960’s Strom Thurmond or Jesse Helms. Oswald’s fake public persona as a “pro-Casto Marxist” meant that he was an ideal pick as a patsy and his likely knowledge of and/or participation in the JFK Assassination meant that he had to be murdered quickly. The folks who killed Oswald wanted a “dead Red” not a “talking head.” The JFK assassination was a deception provocation intended to facilitate a US military invasion of Cuba. It was that bad and ugly. A US invasion of Cuba might have provoked a broader war with Russia and from the point of view of some like Air Force General Curtis LeMay that was fine because, astoundingly, he wanted to wage and “win” a nuclear WWIII. Curtis LeMay hated Kennedy so much that a child could have recruited him into a plot to kill Kennedy. LeMay told Kennedy during the Cuban Missile Crisis that he was an appeaser equivalent to Neville Chamberlain for not bombing Cuba.

    That was the pool of sharks John Kennedy was swimming in: a desperate and psychopathic serial killer Vice-President Lyndon Johnson who was literally murdering a string of people down in Texas and who was waging a sub rosa war with the Kennedys, an out-of-control CIA hell bent on a coup; an FBI director Hoover who detested JFK and who was close friends and neighbors with LBJ, and a JCS military brass who wanted to invade Cuba, wage the war in Vietnam, and Curtis Lemay who, according to Robert McNamara, wanted to wage full scale nuclear war with Russia, giving them the “Sunday punch” while the USA still had first strike capability. Add to that the white hot mafia hatred that Robert Kennedy was engendering with his prosecutions. This same mafia had been working hand in glove with their friends the CIA to take out Castro in Cuba. Think of these enemies of JFK as fasces: “a bundle of wooden sticks with an axe blade emerging from the center, which is an image that traditionally symbolizes summary power and jurisdiction, and/or strength through unity.”

    The elite domestic murderers of JFK did it for many reasons, both personal and ideological. At the core it was Lyndon Johnson, the CIA, and the shadow government of Texas oil barons and the Rockefellers. It was not either/or the Western “Cowboys” or the Eastern “Yankees” who murdered John Kennedy: it was the elites of both.

    • Bochy's Head/Timmy's Bong - Mar 23, 2011 at 4:31 PM

      I envy people with this much spare time. Independently wealthy? Marry well?

      I guess their are explanations I’m somewhat less likely to envy… Insomnia? OCD?

    • rapmusicmademedoit - Mar 24, 2011 at 8:08 PM

      yo, who is going to read all this shit.

    • rapmusicmademedoit - Mar 24, 2011 at 8:10 PM

      I never read such big word’s and so many of them, oh my god, is this legal??

  23. banksatdixie - Mar 23, 2011 at 8:37 AM

    I hate the Cowboys.

  24. rapmusicmademedoit - Mar 24, 2011 at 8:12 PM

    Donald Rumsfield said Sadaam is behind it, Obama said it was Khadafi, oh
    my god someboddy gettin bomb……..

  25. lanflfan - Mar 25, 2011 at 3:55 PM

    Hey Larry, stick to baseball.

    And everyone knows Roger McDowell did it, thanks to Kramer and Newman :)

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