When I was ten years old, I went to visit Gampy [Prescott Bush] in Washington. He and my grandmother took me to a gathering at a Georgetown home. As I wandered among the adults, Gampy grabbed my arm. «Georgie,» he said, «I want you to meet someone.» He led me toward a giant man, the only person in the room as tall as he was.
«I’ve got one of your constituents here,» Gampy said to the man. A huge hand swallowed mine. «Pleased to meet you,» said Gampy’s colleague, Senate Majority Leader Lyndon B. Johnson.
George W. Bush (2010) – Decision Points (s. 9).