In every generation, there are...
In every generation, there are those who would kill the dreamers. John F. Kennedy
dreamed of a "new frontier" -- and Lee Harvey Oswald's bullet cut him down in Dallas.
His brother, Robert, liked to quote George Bernard Shaw: "You see things; and you say
'Why?' But I dream things that never were; and I say 'Why not?' " -- Sirhan Sirhan ended
that dreamer's life in the kitchen of a California hotel. Martin Luther King Jr.'s most
famous speech was all about having a dream -- a dream that placed him squarely in the
crosshairs of James Earl Ray's riflescope.