Mrs. JFK with the future editor of George.
Every single maudlin and/or dishonest article. There's Fletcher Knebel on "The Unknown JFK"; Robert McNamara on "The Competent American" ("He had a moral insight"); Martin Luther King, Jr. on how it's "a difficult thing to teach a President"; and somebody or other on "The Words JFK Loved Best" (Pericles, Shakespeare, Tennyson, Stephen Vincent Benét, Robert Frost . . .).
Anyway, I had about alls I can stands of the JFK myth decades ago (and yes, I know today's the anniversary of his assassination), so here's a couple of ads and we'll leave it at that:
Sexist, racist, anti-gay, genocidal Pilgrims go away--ye Indians.
Here's one that might have (but didn't) come from James Lileks' Gallery of Regrettable Food:
Looks like the slugs baked up just right, Aunt Bea! Them's good eatin'!
Update: The Drunkablog staff and to a lesser extent the Drunkablog himself wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving!
Update II: Last year's post honoring Thanksgiving.
Update III: See? Somebody writes to the News complaining that neither local paper marked the anniversary of JFK's death.