Some of America’s proudest moments and two of its founding fathers, Thomas Jefferson And George Washington, are now under attack as well as the First American Flag made by Betsy Ross.
Is it better to be just color blind (to race), or change how we honor past historians figures based on race relations today? Dr Martin Luther King Jr said it very well: “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) is claiming it “is the right thing to do” to rewrite history and erase U.S. Presidents Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson from our public buildings and all other honors. Buttigieg would have us erase our forefathers because he believes they have legacies that are “problematic.”
Womanizing while President and married received our highest ranking
1. John Kennedy “If I don’t have a lay for three days I get a headache.” John F. Kennedy was possibly the most prolific philanderer ever to grace the Oval Office.
2. Lyndon B. Johnson once bragged that he’d “had more women by accident than Kennedy ever had on purpose.” Once, after Lady Bird walked in on her husband having sex with one of his secretaries on a sofa in the Oval Office, Johnson ordered the Secret Service to install a buzzer system to alert the President whenever his wife was close by.
3. Bill Clinton four women over the past few decades have publicly accused Bill Clinton of sexual assault or harassment. One woman accused Clinton of raping her.