Sunday, April 18, 2004


From No Way Out by Doug Saunders in the Saturday, Apr. 17, 2004 Globe:

On April 21, 1961, John F. Kennedy stood before his public to discuss why his efforts to bring democracy to the newly totalitarian Cuba, through the badly botched Bay of Pigs invasion, had become futile. "There's an old saying that victory has a hundred feathers and defeat is an orphan," he lamented. "Further statements, detailed discussions, are not to conceal responsibility, because I am the responsible officer of the government." Cuba would not be invaded again.

Might I amend the motion to read "fathers" instead?