The first President I have any memory of is vague and fuzzy recollections of Bush Senior during the first Gulf War.
So no memories of Kennedy here. As far as I'm concerned JFK is an overrated President. Not overrated in the sense of how much people liked him, but of his actual historical significance. Some people might argue the Cuban Missle crisis, but so what? It was the Cold War Era. I fail to see what he did that shaped any real issue we deal with today. The only real significance I can grasp is that he was asassinated which stunned everyone at the time even though it wasn't like he was the first President to be murdered after Lincoln. I also find the obsession many have over Camelot to be repulsive and proof that my Social Studies textbook lied to me when it said all the Loyalists moved to Canada.
Johnson and his Great(or should it be Not-So Great?) Society had by far more impact on the issues we face today, and Camelot is nothing but a sideshow.