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President John F. Kennedy and the sickness and pain he endured during his time in office.
The Constitution of the United States of America states that to be eligible to be elected President, one must be a citizen and be at least thirty five years olds. It does not say one should be intelligent, good looking, or healthy. We take it for granted that the person is intelligent. Good looks, I think is just a bonus if in fact it is an attribute of the President. Good health is a quality that is very rarely discussed. Is this a good thing or not? John F. Kennedy, our thirty-fifth President, was intelligent, good looking, but his health was questionable at best.
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