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Was the 35th President of the United States (1961 - 1963).
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Would John F. Kennedy have supported a Mormon president?


April 26th, 2011 By Kelly Smurthwaite Recently, CBS News did a story on the frontliners for the 2012 presidential candidates. Each person mentioned was given a list of campaign strengths and weaknesses. Two of the names mentioned have Utah connections and are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: Jon Huntsman Jr. and Mitt Romney. Amid claims that other candidates weaknesses included lack of fundraising power, name recognition and moral issues, CBS News cited belonging to the LDS faith as a weakness for both Huntsman and Romney. And CBS News is not alone in its views. ...


Taking the Kennedy tour


Rose Kennedy is said to have told a reporter, "Our family would rather be in Hyannisport in the summer than anyplace else in the world."And who could blame them, or anyone else who manages to while away the summer days in this place of tree-lined streets and sandy beaches?There are some who might say the Kennedys — who have made the Cape their summer sanctuary since the late 1920s — put Hyannis on the map.For those who didn't get that map and are interested in wandering around Kennedy-related sites, here is a list of some better-known Kennedy places.The Kennedy CompoundThe houses ...


John F Kennedy's speechwriter hails Obama's address


Tuesday 20 January 2009 20.28 GMT Kennedy's principal speechwriter - who wrote the January 1961 inaugural address which included the lines: "Ask not what your country can do for you…" - on President Obama's inaugural speech. Today was a very emotional day for me. Of course it brought back very powerful memories of January 1961, but I have been a strong supporter of Obama since the day he declared his intention to run. My friends told me that I was crazy, that he had no chance, a liberal Democrat and a black man. So yes, it was emotional to watch him take the oath of office. It was ...



 
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