Jackie O: MLK Was Terrible, FDR a Phony

By:  R. Cort Kirkwood
09/16/2011
       
Jackie O: MLK Was Terrible, FDR a Phony

The truth is out. The leading lady of liberal America between 1960 and her death in 1994, the standard setter of au courant women with her pillbox hats, bouffant hairstyle, and jet-set friends, the Guinevere to Camelot’s King Arthur himself, didn’t much care for lesbians and Martin Luther King and other leftist world leaders.

The tapes of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis are out, as The New American reported, and their first installment weeks ago revealed that she thought Vice President Lyndon Johnson, the most prodigious and successful election thief in American history, had a role in the killing of her husband.

The latest release contain the whisper-voiced First Lady’s thought on everything and everyone, and she even reveals a weird fact about her husband. As London’s Daily Mail rightly put it, “The fact this purring, Chanel-clad kitten had claws shouldn’t have come as a shock.”

The truth is out. The leading lady of liberal America between 1960 and her death in 1994, the standard setter of au courant women with her pillbox hats, bouffant hairstyle, and jet-set friends, the Guinevere to Camelot’s King Arthur himself, didn’t much care for lesbians and Martin Luther King and other leftist world leaders.

The tapes of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis (photo as a young First Lady) are out, as The New American reported, and their first installment weeks ago revealed that she thought Vice President Lyndon Johnson, the most prodigious and successful election thief in American history, had a role in the killing of her husband.

The latest release contain the whisper-voiced First Lady’s thought on everything and everyone, and she even reveals a weird fact about her husband. As London’s Daily Mail rightly put it, “The fact this purring, Chanel-clad kitten had claws shouldn’t have come as a shock.”

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