Leaflet Distributed in Dallas the Day JFK Was Assassinated

The Price of Encouraging Political Violence

The comparisons to much of the rhetoric and language used by the McCain campaign frighteningly contain many of the same sentiments of the above leaflet, which was handed out in Dallas, Texas the day of John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Indeed, words and phrases like “anti-American”, “anti-Christian”, and “treasonous” are more of a call to arms than a call to the ballot box. With this in mind, we should all be cautious of what the Republicans are aiming for in their attacks on Barack Obama.

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