Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot Quotes.

11. "made to the American people. He"
- Bill O'Reilly, Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot

12. "infidelity is as common as sunrise."
- Bill O'Reilly, Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot

13. "If you have not lost your self-control, and sensibly conceive what this might lead to, then, Mr. President, we and you ought not to pull on the ends of the rope in which you have tied the knot of war, because the more the two of us pull, the tighter the knot will be tied. And a moment may come when that knot will be tied so tight that even he who tied it will not have the strength to untie it, and then it will be necessary to cut that knot."
- Bill O'Reilly, Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot

15. "I’m [having sex] for God. I’m not a negro tonight!"
- Bill O'Reilly, Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot

16. "John upon their return from a trip. The"
- Bill O'Reilly, Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot

17. "of character for John Kennedy, a man"
- Bill O'Reilly, Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot

18. "The end of the world is no time to keep the American people uninformed."
- Bill O'Reilly, Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot

19. "In Moscow, Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev, fearing that Kennedy’s popularity would lead to an erosion of support in East Berlin, quickly flew to that divided city to reassert his nation’s claims. He and Kennedy did not meet. In fact, crowds a fraction of the size that greeted Kennedy even noticed that Khrushchev was in town, underscoring JFK’s amazing popularity and sending a clear message that Khrushchev’s power was on the wane."
- Bill O'Reilly, Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot

20. "Most people live their lives as if the end were always years away. They measure their days in love, laughter, accomplishment, and loss. There are moments of sunshine and storm. There are schedules, phone calls, careers, anxieties, joys, exotic trips, favorite foods, romance, shame, and hunger. A person can be defined by clothing, the smell of his breath, the way she combs her hair, the shape of his torso, or even the company she keeps. All over the world, children love their parents and yearn for love in return. They revel in the touch of parental hands on their faces. And even on the worst of days, each person has dreams about the future—dreams that sometimes come true. Such is life. Yet life can end in less time than it takes to draw one breath."
- Bill O'Reilly, Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot

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