A True Patriot: This Professor Is Honoring JFK’s Memory By Cheating On His Wife
54 years ago this month, the course of world history was changed forever when President John F. Kennedy was cut down by an assassin’s bullet in Dallas, Texas. While more than half a century has passed since that tragic November morning, the memory of the charming, charismatic president lives on in the hearts of the citizens who loved him.
One such citizen is Gerard Hanley, a professor of American History at Boston College, who works to keep President Kennedy’s legacy alive by frequently cheating on his wife.
While Kennedy’s name lives on in countless memorials, schools, libraries and institutions of all kinds, his spirit lives on in every hotel, motel, and AirBnB where Hanley has engaged in nearly every sexual act imaginable with a host of women, none of whom are his lawfully wedded wife.
For many, the tragedy of Kennedy’s gruesome murder was the loss of so much potential. He was a man who promised change, who inspired hope, who was beloved by millions around the world, and who was tragically killed in the prime of his life.
The question of what might have been had Kennedy lived a full and presidential life has plagued our fine nation ever since. But perhaps the nation need not worry: by looking upon Hanley’s bold and often public liaisons with strange women, one can see a glimpse of what might have been had things gone differently on that fateful November day in 1963.
Hanley does the prestigious American History department at Boston College a service every day. Thanks to this humble horndog, students are inspired to envision a world in which they, too, can honor JFK’s legacy in their personal lives every day and night.