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President's Day

>Happy President’s Day

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7 thoughts on “>Happy President’s Day

  1. >father of our huge, centralized government. I’m not sure I’d give Lincoln that designation. Grandfather, perhaps. In my opinion, the daddy of the federal Leviathan is FDR. It means the banks are closed! That’s about it. And it means great sales at Bed, Bath & Beyond! Seriously, I just read that the “President’s Day” designation is just a marketing ploy from retailers. Officially, at least on the federal level, we still commemorate Washington’s birthday on the third Monday in February.

    Posted by Dwight | February 19, 2008, 5:29 pm
  2. >And we don’t get mail. I called out sick from work so I could stay home an reflect upon each of the Presidents.

    Posted by Jeff Wright | February 19, 2008, 5:18 pm
  3. > “But, back to President’s Day, can anyone tell me what it means?!” It means the banks are closed! That’s about it.

    Posted by Mark Mathews | February 19, 2008, 5:03 pm
  4. >Still upset that you guys lost that war, huh? ;)Sad to say that I will never have a class with Hannah. He’s been on sabbatical this past fall and this semester.Lincoln trampled on the Constitution and can be called the father of our huge, centralized government. Launching invasions without congressional approval? Thank Lincoln for that. Plenty of respectable historians consider him to have been a dictator.But, back to President’s Day, can anyone tell me what it means?!

    Posted by Jeff Wright | February 19, 2008, 12:37 pm
  5. > “We’ve gone from recognizing two tremendous men, Washington and Lincoln, for their impressive accomplishments to handing out participation ribbons for all Presidents, heroes and embarrassments alike!” Have you ever spoken to Dr. Hannah about Lincoln’s “impressive accomplishments?” I’m afraid you would get quite a different take from him! I think you would find this to be an interesting conversation.

    Posted by Mark Mathews | February 19, 2008, 9:20 am
  6. >Ah, President’s Day. A good example of what happens when we let liberals get their hands on things. We’ve gone from recognizing two tremendous men, Washington and Lincoln, for their impressive accomplishments to handing out participation ribbons for all Presidents, heroes and embarrassments alike!

    Posted by Jeff Wright | February 19, 2008, 3:11 am
  7. >AAHHHH! A Welcome Sight! Thanks Wizzle.

    Posted by Mark Mathews | February 18, 2008, 7:30 pm

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