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After treating them shabbily, he essentially poses the question to them, “Where are you going to go? ” Given Oprah Winfrey’s lackluster response of an endorsement (and Klein writes how both the first lady and President Obama snubbed her badly too, when he reached the Oval Office) and taking union support for granted while blowing off the union pushed Wisconsin recall election, 2008 Obama supporters may very well just stay home.As for Caroline Kennedy, she may just be going through the motions or the Obamas made her promise, if he wins, she could not refuse.To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not alter, edit or update them.He had known her for more than 30 years and had been her constant companion for more than a decade, sharing everything: the daily victories, big and small, the adventures and frustrations of her complex life, and then her final months of suffering.It was Caroline’s hope that such a meeting would further her late Uncle Teddy’s dream of forming a close bond between the Kennedys and the Obamas.Once again, the White House spurned Caroline’s overture.
Obama appears to be treating a number of his major and base supporters in the same fashion.“There were catty remarks about how badly the Kennedy women dressed, and how their houses were shabby and threadbare.Caroline got the impression that most of this negativity was coming from Michelle, who didn’t want the Kennedys to be part of the administration for fear that they would have too much influence over the president.”“Gradually, Caroline began to change her tune and side with Bobby and Kathleen [Kennedy Townsend] against the Obamas.He walked with her in the park in her last days, steadying the frail body with his hand, and he was at the bedside Thursday night when she died.Maurice Tempelsman always seemed to be there for Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. "It was filled with adventure and wisdom, laughter and love, gallantry and grace. Tempelsman, a 64-year-old financier who amassed a fortune as a diamond dealer and industrialist, was the third man in her life, friends said, but he has never been divorced from his wife of 45 years, Lily, the mother of his three grown children. Onassis were seen together with increasing frequency at private dinner parties, consular affairs and other discreet occasions.