posted on Oct, 24 2010 @ 04:46 PM
I heard this on the radio yesterday. It's interesting to think about the implications of this occurring and how it may have impacted history. Lyndon
Johnson was responsible for, among other things, escalating the Vietnam War, the passing of social programs such as welfare, medicaid & medicare, the
Gun Control Act of 1965, and the Immigration Act of 1965. I have only listed the items that I can remember, I am not a fan so let's discuss it.
Blaine had the gun pointed at the man's chest and was about to fire when he recognized the new President.
"I swear he turned white," Blaine recounted. "He had just walked out for a breath of air! He hadn't told anyone. When Kennedy left the house, he would
notify the command post."
For a long moment in the shadows, LBJ and the agent looked at each other.
"Then he turned around and went back in the house. He didn't say anything. I think he understood he had no business being out there," Blaine said.
LBJ never mentioned the incident, he said.
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