President Johnson’s thanksgiving speech after Kennedy assassination (Video)

This speech after the Kennedy’s assassination from Lyndon B. Johnson highlights not just this day in history, but how far people have come. President Johnson who although not the greatest orator did call the American people to solidarity and to come before the grace of God.
I shutter when I think of many in the democratic party today who in recent years took a vote to expel any mention of God from the DNC platform. Many embrace anti-God principles, and how even high profile democratic politicians like Nancy Pelosi postponed payments to Americans during the pandemic in order to hurt a political rival i.e. Trump and not because the payments or that bill were morally objectionable to her.

When I read, listen, or watch older speeches on both sides “in general” there seems to be an era of civility and faith filled integrity. Today most of that faith filled integrity seems to “mostly” come from our conservative counterparts. That sense of fear for God and national unity from the left seems to be missing in today’s day and age.

As you watch this quick clip do you think our political sphere especially on the left has changed for the worse? Do you see a difference between the political speeches of today compared to then?

I leave you with this while I do not claim to be a huge fan of President Johnson one thing he said has always resonated with me and something I feel the left needs to take to heart which is this “If future generations are to remember us more with gratitude than sorrow, we must achieve more than just the miracles of technology. We must also leave them a glimpse of the world as it was created, not just as it looked when we got through with it.”

Happy Thanksgiving to all.

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