Speaking of delusions, The New York times (naturally) gives a forum to Marshall "scholar" James McAuley to spread a particularly vile one:
FOR 50 years, Dallas has done its best to avoid coming to terms with the one event that made it famous: the assassination of John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963. That’s because, for the self-styled “Big D,” grappling with the assassination means reckoning with its own legacy as the “city of hate,” the city that willed the death of the president.
President Kennedy was killed by a Castro-worshiping Commie nutjob. The shortcomings of Dallas notwithstanding, what the hell does the fact that Oswald selected that particular city for his atrocity have to do with anything?
Boy, talk about "hate."