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Monday, April 5, 2010

A Mostly True History


I meant to repost this earlier, but in my headlong rush to promote all the flashy new media iterations of CdS I forgot this very important lesson in our nation's history.

2 comments:

Hinzi said...

John Philip Sousa wrote a march “Easter Sunday on the White House Lawn” about this cartoon, I believe...

Hinzi said...

Maybe it was “ Easter Monday on the White House Lawn” [I wonder when they outlawed Easter Monday in this country; it is still a holiday in the old country]

I always call it “Easter Bunny on the White House Lawn” anyway...