Guest Robert Morrow Posted February 26, 2012 Share Posted February 26, 2012 Let's be honest, Michael Hogan, you have not read Mimi Alford's book "Once Upon a Secret: My Affair with President John Kennedy and its Aftermath." (Her book is 198 pages long and well written.) Yet you feel uninhibited in rejecting it. Again, you have no idea what you're talking about. The fact is, not one member of this forum knows whether or not Alford's account of her relationship with John Kennedy is entirely true. I don't know. It's impossible to know. I do know that skepticism is both healthy and warranted, and I cast my lot in this topic with Jim DiEugenio, Larry Hancock, Don Jeffries, Dawn Meredith, Robert Charles-Dunne, and Greg Burnham. I've read their posts for years and they've earned their insightful reputations here for good reasons. That's no slight of the other members I mentioned at the outset of this post. I respect their input on this thread, as well. What I do reject are your unprovable claims and your apparent lack of critical thinking when it comes to certain topics. Michael, I have a very simple question for you. Have you read Mimi Alford's book "Once Upon a Secret: My Affair with President John Kennedy and its Aftermath." I have read the whole thing. Have you read it? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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