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Oh what a treat to have watched the 1968 interview and then this one 40 years later (tho I would love to see any interview opinions that Vidal might have had after Bobby was shot).God: Mea Culpa! Mea Culpa!I am glad that he retains a superior sense of humor. And it's touching that he cares so much for this country that he takes the time to CARE about this country. I didn't know he was a blood relative to Al Gore! I know Vidal is gay, and I guess I just want to say that, above all, I hope that this gem of a man had the greatest love affair a person can have. (I don't really know -- or need to know -- anything about his love life).Hmmm, I guess that's what I hope for all of us who are fighting/struggling with the good fight for our constitution. Since we seem to be LOSING the fight, I hope we all have great lifetime love affairs. Hey, we deserve it.Yes, here I am...with insomnia... just rambling. I love the videos you post. They inspire me. Thanks Doug.
Oh, forgot to mention. I think it is soooooooooo precious that Mr. Vidal was being interviewed by a youngster with piercings and addida tennies and a goatee. The interviewer was respectful, knowledgeable and conscientious. Refreshing!