Tuesday, November 22, 2011
48 years ago today, Lee Harvey Oswald robbed the United States of its 35th President.
All political debate aside, the legacy of President Kennedy lives on today and his message of action that he delivered in his Inaugural Address rings as true today as it did in 1961. With the tough times our country faces today, Americans need to take responsibility for their situation and work to make things better for themselves and for their country.
While you sit around the family table this weekend, remember Kennedy's advice and think of ways that you can improve America so that future generations can enjoy living in the greatest nation on Earth.
Posted by TheBostonInsider at 1:03 PM