The Boston Globe is reporting that "[t]he director of the John F. Kennedy Library has resigned, the most prominent in a long line of recent departures from the iconic institution, triggering a new round of rancor among longtime library figures."
Be still, my heart.
That vile temple to the God of Obstruction of Justice should be shuttered, its green grass sown with salt.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy hangs his head in shame at the thought of how the presidential library that bears his name desecrates his name, his memory, his sacrifice, his legacy, his murdered brother's memory, his murdered son's memory.
For it was the John F. Kennedy Library that bestowed Profile in Courage Awards upon Gerald Ford and George H. W. Bush, accessories after the fact to the murder of John F. Kennedy.
We would like to think that the whole starry universe would curdle at such a monstrosity: the conjunctions of Orion twisted askew, the arms of the Southern Cross drooping.