The last great Democrat, JFK!!! “ ask not what your Country can do for you, ask what you can do for your Country?” There is no more Democratic party, they are now all socialist. #walkaway
Happt birthday to my historical boyfriend, John F. Kennedy. I did a group project that composed of a twenty page paper and a thirty minute presentation to the public for you, John. I hate you.
Happy Birthday to former AGT judge and musician, Mel B, to the 35th US President, John F Kennedy, and to actress and LGTBQ+ Icon, Laverne Cox. I hope you have a wonderful Friday!
“The ignorance of one voter in a democracy impairs the security of all.”
- John F. Kennedy #botd in 1917. #JFK
Today (May 29th 2020) is national….
PUT A PILLOW ON YOUR FRIDGE DAY
….for good luck. :)
Black. Lives. Fucking. Matter.
happy birthday to my personal hero and role model john fitzgerald kennedy, thank you for inspiring me to use my voice and follow my dreams :)
“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.”
-John F. Kennedy
First Lady Jackie Kennedy
First Lady Jackie Kennedy
Jaqueline Onassis // 1970s
The Wedding of Former United States First Lady Jaqueline Kennedy to Greek shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis
“She was the world’s most beloved widow. And then that widow was gone. Fifty years ago, the world mourned the end of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy.
“The reaction here is anger, shock and dismay,” declared the New York Times.
“The gods are weeping,” read a quote in The Washington Post.
A German newspaper announced: “America has lost a saint.”
But Mrs. Kennedy hadn’t died. She had only become Mrs. Onassis.”
The Family of John and Jackie Kennedy
Jaqueline Kennedy with her brother- in- law Edward M. Kennedy
Jaqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onassis
“ Jackie was a reluctant celebrity. Shortly after her husband’s assassination, she told a reporter that she was going to “crawl into the deepest retirement there is.” For the most part, she tried to stay out of the public eye and avoid the media. She even attempted to keep her 1968 marriage to Greek tycoon Aristotle Onassis private in spite of the media frenzy surrounding the couple. One of the few exceptions was utilizing her celebrity status in the mid-1970s to save New York’s Grand Central Station from demolition, leading the fundraising efforts to restore the historic landmark.
She remained the target of the tabloids and paparazzi throughout her life. And the public is still fascinated with her. She ranks as one of the most popular and well-remembered first ladies according to a 2018 YouGov poll. Thanks to movies like 2016’s Jackie and the countless books written about her, we know a bit more about the woman behind the image. But, even 25 years after her death, there is still so much we don’t know about this very private woman. And that’s probably the way she would like it.”
John F. Kennedy & Jaqueline Bouvier Kennedy
“You are an atypical husband … so you mustn’t be surprised to have an atypical wife.”
“I can’t write down what I feel for you, but I will show you when I am with you — and I think you must know,”
- Jackie Kennedy in a letter to her husband, John Kennedy