I generally try to stay away from political topics as a rule but I thought I might have some fun with the Fourth of July. Please take this as tongue in cheek and have a GREAT fourth!
James Madison, our fourth President and “Father of the Constitution”, might have had a little something to say about the whole notion of affordable health care… Of course he was a rich Virginia aristocrat so he could afford it.
Not to be outdone Thomas Jefferson, our third President and slightly more radical thinker…who was known to cavort with the French from time to time…probably would have made a more all encompassing observation. Love how their expressions seem to fit the quote…
Ol’ Ben Franklin would probably have let that whole hot issue go but he certainly couldn’t ignore the spectacle of the Occupy Movement could he?
Or was he talking about Tea Parties? At least perhaps those not in Boston?
What do you think of his choice in rouge? I’d say he’s more of a winter really..
John Adams, our second President, would have followed suit with George I suppose. No need to rock the boat too early on.
Of course we might never agree on what “moral and religious” means so we’d have to enlist the aid of one last patriot…
Samuel Adams, who was NOT President but who made quite a name for himself in beer would probably have chosen to make comment on a much more comical period in our recent political history…assuming of course he had read Bill’s quote:
“It depends upon what the meaning of the word ‘is’ is. If the—if he—if ‘is’ means is and never has been, that is not—that is one thing. If it means there is none, that was a completely true statement”
Ahhh…don’t you just love politics?
Enjoy the day, don’t take politics too seriously, speak up for what you believe in but not at the expense of the other person in the conversation, and celebrate this great country in which we get to live.
To my friends in other countries, feel free to have a chuckle at our expense. We probably deserve it!