Hoover, FDR, Kennedy, Nixon, and LBJ each won presidential primaries as write-in candidates.
Quaid had another brilliant turn on the tube when he played Lyndon Johnson in the miniseries LBJ: The Early Years, in 1987.
Everybody else has let me down,” LBJ once told a friend, “except Lady Bird.
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A large and growing number of Republican voters consider the middle-class welfare state LBJ built to be as American as apple pie.
I was on the plane with LBJ, liaison to the Kennedy entourage.
LBJ left exactly as he would have wished—with absolutely no advance notice to the press.
Richard Nixon and LBJ sat in the Senate before they sat in the Oval Office.
Well, it is true that LBJ was almost surely scarier, to some people anyway, than Obama is.
The danger for President Obama is that his presidency is, after a few short months, entering its LBJ phase.