When JFK was shot, people from all over the nation wept over his passing. It was like their own family member had been killed. Have we had a president so liked and loved by all since him? Out of all the other presidents after JFK, who would you morn over? None perhaps? If not, isn't that a sure sign we are picking the wrong candidates? To answer my own question, I think I would have been pretty upset if Reagan had been shot and killed. Nobody else since him nor do I foresee anyone else especially from who I see running for next term now.
I seriously doubt I'll ever mourn a president's death. Nothing against them, I just don't feel any kind of emotional attachment to them.
probably stephen hawking, not because I am an atheist but because he is such a brilliant mind with such a terrible physical curse. Having said that I might be a little sad I dont think I would cry... Maybe Noam Chomsky?
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