John F. Kennedy was a fallible human being, like the rest of us. He did more good than bad. A lot more good than bad – 90 % good/ 10% bad – if you ask a presidential historian. Marilyn Monroe sang “Happy Birthday” to JFK, while he was sitting with his wife, Jackie. Frank Sinatra also campaigned with the Kennedys: a family that possessed celebrity status and attracted other celebrities. The administration knighted by somebody as “Camelot” – which kind of sucked for the cuckolded King in the story – spun its own romantic dramas and possibilities of infidelities…which, in the Washington, D.C. version, kind of sucked for the First Lady.

source: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/camelot





the legendary site of King Arthur’s palace and court, possibly near Exeter, England.

any idyllic place or period, esp. one of great happiness.

the glamorous ambience of Washington, D.C., during theadministration
of President John F. Kennedy, 1961–63.
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