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While we are all familiar with our George Washington and his Whiskey Rebellion, few know about the contribution our 27th President gave to “America’s Native Spirit.” The next time you bend an elbow with a glass of straight, blended or imitation; you can toast the big guy from Ohio.
To my knowledge, no one participating in our 2010 Presidents Day festivities will be going as LBJ, and that’s just too bad. No matter what you feel towards LBJ’s politics, positive or negative, you have to appreciate his directness and attention to details. Of course, I am speaking of how he orders his slacks.
All presidents wore pants of some type. All of them put their leg in one at a time. However, I’m not sure if they all had such attention to details like long pockets so “when you sit …
Although 2009 proved another successful installment of our Presidents Day activities, one area we vowed to improve on for 2010 was transportation. Even the gallant George Washington has trouble looking presidential getting in and out of a taxi, let alone Mr. Roosevelt. And so, for 2010, you may see the Presidents Day Society traveling betwixt local public houses in a beautiful limo bus.
One might exclaim, “There were no limo buses in the 18th century!” and that gentleman would be right. However, presidents have been known throughout history for adopting new …
After an important set of caucuses which involved all manner of drafts, revisions, etc. The Presidents Day Society is proud to present the new, official seal of the Colorado Society. Unfortunately, potential legal action has delayed the unveiling of the national seal, but we are hopeful all issues will be settled quickly and fairly. While the national seal may yet see revisions the Colorado Seal is here to stay. A tremendous amount of effort was exerted by presidential society appointee Mr. Jefferson on this design.
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