Iconic presidential images from the last 50 years

Published: Friday, May 6 2011 1:29 p.m. MDT

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Lyndon B. Johnson was born in 1908 in Texas. He joined Kennedy on the campaign trail in the 1960 race as his vice presidential candidate. When Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, Johnson was sworn in as president. This memorable image shows Johnson taking the oath of office aboard Air Force One while Jacqueline Kennedy looks on.
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kiaoraguy
Provo, UT

Let's see, 9 out of 10 of those weren't staged

jcmom
Sandy, UT

Bill Clinton was impeached for perjury and obstruction of justice, not for "personal indiscretions with a White House intern". These were serious charges for an attorney and the president of the United States.

Considering
Stockton, UT

Bill Clinton was not impeached for having an affair with an intern.

He was impeached for perjury and obstruction of justice. And while the Senate refused to remove him from office, he was disbarred for the perjury and obstruction after he left office.

When did the Deseret News begin sugar coating adultery? Bill Clinton is a married man. He engaged in sexual conduct with a young woman, not his wife. He did so under the same roof he shared with his wife. He did so in the official office of the President of the United States. Oral sex and sex play involving cigars are not merely "personal indiscretions." They are an affair; adultery.

For the owners of the Deseret News and the bulk of your readers, such sexual misconduct ranks as the 3rd most serious sin after only denying the Holy Ghost and the shedding of innocent blood.

The command to judge righteously is not a license to sugar coat or downplay. Quite the contrary.

When good men refuse to call a spade a spade, evil begins to overtake good.

As a newspaper should be well aware, words matter.

"Adultery", "extra-marital affair". Not merely "indiscretion."

Walt Nicholes
Orem, UT

Hillary was stifling a cough? Really? In a room with probably the most filtered air in the world, she was having an allergic reaction?

Tell me another one. Her future as a politician is now a sealed book.

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