By Bill Maher
Most Americans think President Kennedy was killed by a conspiracy. Some combination of mobsters, Cubans, Texans and Yalies at the CIA. (Who were the two aides he was banging in the pool, according to Seymour Hersh? Frick and Frack? Do they have an alibi?)
Fifty-nine percent of people in a recent Associated Press poll think there was a conspiracy. But here’s the interesting thing: In a 2003 Gallup poll, 75 percent believed there were others involved. In fact, the percentage of people who think Oswald didn’t act alone is at its lowest point since 1966.
What could explain a sudden 16-point drop in people who believe in a Second Gunman? I think they knew too much. So someone is killing them.