Asked by alwaysmadnusuallydrunk
Aside from the whole “cheating on his wife all the time” thing, Kennedy was actually a pretty good president. Everyone loved him, even people who hated him (I mean, except for Lee Harvey Oswald, he just plain hated him).
I like Kennedy because he was a game-changing President in several ways:
One is that he was the youngest person to ever win a Presidential election.
Another is that he was the first, and, to date, only Catholic President.
Also, his debate against Nixon marked a turning point in electoral politics: People who heard the debate on the radio thought Nixon won, but people who saw it on TV thought Kennedy won.
This was because Kennedy looks like a Ken Doll and Nixon looks like a dollop of mashed potatoes. After that, it was no longer okay for the President to look like this:
Also, he has the 3rd best hair, following Obama in 2nd and Jackson in the lead.
Oh and he got shot, but that’s not why he’s so cool.
Except that John Wilkes Booth wasn’t a southerner (In fact, he was born above the Mason-Dixon line and spent most of his time performing in Union States), and that the Theater where Lincoln was shot was called “Ford’s” and not “Kennedy.” Also, both John Wilkes Booth and Lee Harvey Oswald were only known by three names after they committed their crimes. Oswald went by “Lee Oswald,” and Booth went by “John Wilkes.” Also, Booth was born in 1838, not 1839, and Lincoln never had a secretary named “Kennedy.”
Also, I can’t find any record of a town called Monroe, Maryland, and I certainly hope Kennedy wasn’t with Marilyn Monroe the week before he was assassinated, because she had already been dead for over a year.
Jefferson and Adams:
(I acknowledge that he is shouting “TRANFORM” instead of “TRANSFORM” but I stand by it)