Originally Posted by Piobaire
Nope. That's why I said what I said in my first post in this thread. He showed great dignity in how he publicly dealt with the disease.
I agree, and even though you didn't see him as much in the later years especially post 2002, there weren't really any signs (atleast in the public), that he was suffering from Alzheimers. He was an amazing man, who stood for causes that were relatively unpopular at the time.....i.e. civil rights and gun ownership.