President's 100th Birthday To Be Recognized

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President's 100th Birthday To Be Recognized

President Barack Obama signed a bill that established a panel to commemorate Ronald Reagan's 100th birthday on June 6, 2011. What do you think?
  • "Quickly, we must assemble a great pageantry of nuclear and military might in honor of this departed leader!"

    Eddie Williams
  • "I am looking forward to a calm, decent celebration. Let us not have sex in the streets as we often do during parades."

    Diane Poole
    Sluggish Cleaning Person
  • "Celebrating our nation's past glories on President Reagan's birthday will provide a welcome reprieve from the crushing realities of our ongoing military, economic, and cultural decline.”

    Frank Frankson
    Hotel Clerk