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The deep-rooted corruption that resulted in the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy reaches into the upper echelons of the Government and the CIA in our day and time, more than 40 years after Kennedy was killed.

This corruption has eaten away at the fiber of American democracy for more than fifty years and caused bipartisan corruption to permeate both the Executive and the Legislative Branches of the United States Government.

It is no coincidence that the father and grandfather of President George W. Bush played significant roles in the Goldwater candidacy of 1964, a candidacy that required the assassination of President Kennedy.

Bush recently said that the insurgency in Iraq was a "power grab by ruthless extremists."

The Bush Presidency is a power grab by ruthless extremists" and so is the candidacy of Senator John Kerry.

Nothing has changed since Kennedy was killed, and democracy in America is all but dead.

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The deep-rooted corruption that resulted in the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy reaches into the upper echelons of the Government and the CIA in our day and time, more than 40 years after Kennedy was killed.

This corruption has eaten away at the fiber of American democracy for more than fifty years and caused bipartisan corruption to permeate both the Executive and the Legislative Branches of the United States Government.

It is no coincidence that the father and grandfather of President George W. Bush played significant roles in the Goldwater candidacy of 1964, a candidacy that required the assassination of President Kennedy.

Bush recently said that the insurgency in Iraq was a "power grab by ruthless extremists."

The Bush Presidency is a power grab by ruthless extremists" and so is the candidacy of Senator John Kerry.

Nothing has changed since Kennedy was killed, and democracy in America is all but dead.

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Oh, it's been longer than that. Democracy has been dead since 1947.

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Please note that my post said, "This corruption has eaten away at the fiber of American democracy for MORE THAN FIFTY YEARS."

Democracy didn't die in 1947, even though the CIA was created under the National Security Act that year. After Congress passed the Central Intelligence Agency Act in 1949, democracy began to die a slow death.

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