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He lost, but won more votes in his congressional district than John F. Vidal was, however, defiantly unimpressed by his association with America’s first family.He said JFK was ‘one of our worst presidents’, his brother Bobby was ‘a phoney’ and their father, Joseph, was ‘a crook’ who ‘should have been in jail’ and who had ‘bought’ the presidency for his son.He lived in Paris and Florida and his name appeared as a scriptwriter in the credits of several movies such as Ben-Hur.There followed a series of novels about the early years of the American Republic.He said: ‘The genius of our ruling class is that it has kept a majority of the people from ever questioning the inequity of a system where most people drudge along, paying heavy taxes for which they get nothing in return.’The Vidals were American aristocracy.
He insisted that they observed his rule of life that ‘sex drives more couples apart than it holds together’ by not sleeping with one another. foreign policy and the attempts of successive presidents to impose the standards of the West on developing countries. In his final years, saddened by the death of peers and close friends, he still raged about the world and mused about what he had called that ‘divine discontent’.‘Because there is no cosmic point to the life that each of us perceives on this distant bit of dust at the galaxy’s edge ...’ he once said, ‘... He described the Kennedy family’s ascent as an ‘ardent struggle ever upward from the Irish bog’ and with tragic foresight he called the job of the presidency ‘literally killing’ and worried that ‘Kennedy may very well not survive’.Nor was he charitable about Jackie Kennedy, who he claimed ‘lost her virginity in a lift to a writer from the Paris Review’.He wrote in his memoir that he’d had more than 1,000 ‘sexual encounters’.Also, he was fond of drink and claimed that he had sampled every major drug.