John McCain Calls JFK Assassination An 'Intervention'

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by brocklanders, Oct 20, 2008.

  1. Oops. Nice Freudian slip McSenile. Your mouth was just ahead of your brain on that one. I wonder what kind of "intervention" he is talking about? What an odd word to bring up when relating to the death of a former president.

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  2. I know, I know, you are going to say "he said intervention OF the tragedy in Dallas" but I'm not so sure. Also, his facial expression and hand gestures right after he said it are quite odd. I've listened to it over and over and it still strikes me as a very strange word to use.

    Oh and Kennedy never agreed to any debates with Goldwater for the 1964 presidential race. McCain is just making that part up to fit his narrative. Goldwater was not even the Republican nominee at the time Kennedy was assassinated as the primaries had not yet taken place. It would be like John Kerry agreeing to a series of debates with George W. Bush in 2003 before he even won the nomination of his party.