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    Where did the wild post go?

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    I just watched that show about her - she was a surprising lady. And very human.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    I just watched that show about her - she was a surprising lady. And very human.
    And said Martin Luther King was a phoney.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    And said Martin Luther King was a phoney.
    Well now, what she said was that she had been talking to her husband and exclaimed a little "Oh no" when he told her that the FBI said MLK had been cheating, and then she said, disappointedly, with some shock, "that would make him a phoney!"

    She said herself just a few months after her husband's death that her politics were his politics and that women had no place in politics themselves. This was very typical of her in her early life and for women in the 1960s - change was under way but traditional views still held very strongly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    And said Martin Luther King was a phoney.
    Link, please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    Well now, what she said was that she had been talking to her husband and exclaimed a little "Oh no" when he told her that the FBI said MLK had been cheating, and then she said, disappointedly, with some shock, "that would make him a phoney!"

    She said herself just a few months after her husband's death that her politics were his politics and that women had no place in politics themselves. This was very typical of her in her early life and for women in the 1960s - change was under way but traditional views still held very strongly.
    Actually the first lady said it in a recorded interview that has been kept secret until today. And the first lady had not only ugly things to say about Martin Luther King but a number of other famous people the first lady had the privilege to meet.

    The first lady had also ugly things to say about Charles De Gaulle amd Indira Ghandi. All recorded, and kept secret for obvious reasons, and only released today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Link, please.
    "The Australian", newspaper of 14th September, 2011, page 12.

    The same information was published in, "The Times", under the byline of Giles Whittell in Washington, of the same date.

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    The quintessential American, the first lady of the USA, saw the world through the distinction of sincere and phoney.

    So anyone the first lady didn't see as a sincere American, she saw as a phoney.

    And as Americans believe we all want to be American but don't quite make it, they see us as phonies.

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