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July 13, 2007
It is my hope that Texas will forever be associated with two things other than big money and big cities: Lady Bird Johnson and her Bluebonnets.

Lady Bird now joins the legions of other Texas Steel Magnolias who have left us, namely: Ann Richards, Nellie Connally, and Molly Ivins.

Lady Bird represented the last of a dying breed of exquisite grace, gentility and compassion, all the while possessing a quite force and strength that no one dared question or stand in her way.

I would imagine that at the moment God has Lady Bird at his side, next to Molly Ivins. What a glorious exchange that must be going on!
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