||"A historical political resource."
Lyndon Johnson - State of the Union (January 4, 1965)
|Contributor||Thomas Walker |
|Post Date|| , 12:am|
|Description||Mr. Speaker, Mr. President, Members of the Congress, my fellow Americans: |
On this Hill which was my home, I am stirred by old friendships.
Though total agreement between the Executive and the Congress is impossible, total respect is important.
I am proud to be among my colleagues of the Congress whose legacy to their trust is their loyalty to their Nation.
I am not unaware of the inner emotions of the new Members of this body tonight.
Twenty-eight years ago, I felt as you do now. You will soon learn that you are among men whose first love is their country, men who try each day to do as best they can what they believe is right.
We are entering the third century of the pursuit of American union.