In the 50 years since the assassination of John F. Kennedy, many of us have played the “what-if” game.


What if Lee Harvey Oswald’s shots had missed? Or what if Oswald had never been born?


What if Kennedy had survived his wounds? Of what if he had cancelled his trip to Dallas?


What if……?


But no matter the what-ifs, political scientist Larry Sabato writes HERE that “JFK was unlikely to have made it out of his presidency alive”:




John F. Kennedy’s assassination might have been almost inevitable. It didn’t have to happen on Nov. 22, 1963, but given a host

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In the 50 years since the assassination of John F. Kennedy, many of us have played the “what-if” game.

What if Lee Harvey Oswald’s shots had missed? Or what if Oswald had never been born?

What if Kennedy had survived his wounds? Of what if he had cancelled his trip to Dallas?

What if……?

But no matter the what-ifs, political scientist Larry Sabato writes HERE that “JFK was unlikely to have made it out of his presidency alive”:

John F. Kennedy’s assassination might have been almost inevitable. It didn’t have to happen on Nov. 22, 1963, but given a host

...

Read more