am I right?
【On a sudden impulse she blurted out that she disliked Governor Connally.
He asked, "Why do you say that?"
"I can't stand him all day. He's just one of those men—oh, I don't know. I just can't bear him sitting there saying all these great things about himself. And he seems to be needling you all day."
"You mustn't say you dislike him, Jackie. If you say it, you'll begin thinking it, and it will prejudice how you act toward him the next day. He's been cozying up to a lot of these Texas businessmen who weren’t for him before. What he was really saying in the car was that he's going to run ahead of me in Texas. Well, that's all right. Let him. But for heaven's sakes don't get a thing on him, because that's what I came down here to heal. I'm trying to start by getting two people in the same car. If they start hating, nobody will ride with anybody."】
1. in "He's been cozying up to a lot of these Texas businessmen who weren’t for him before." does "Connally" flattered those businessmen, or those businessmen flattered him? does "for him" equals to "support him?"
2.what does "run ahead of me" mean?
3.does "don't get a thing on him" mean "don't have a prejudice against him?"