Staying Positive

With the President’s approval rating lower than Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s weight combined, I feel this would be a wonderful time to reflect on the last six and a half years. We’re probably all familiar with the President’s numerous debacles (so numerous, in fact, that DailyWrit’s word count limit won’t permit me to list them), but instead of continuing to beat a dead horse, let’s list some positives. That’s right: think of every time the President has not screwed up. Use the comment section, please.


5 Responses to “Staying Positive”

  1. 1 Kedar

    1) He attended the funerals of Regan, Ford, and Lady Bird Johnson
    2) He tied his shoes correctly. Once.
    3) He behaved properly around foreign dignitaries. Nevermind.

  2. 2 Yao Yao

    4) He almost choked?

    Things he did wrong:
    1) He didn’t choke.

  3. 3 James

    He presided over a Department of Education that taught Kedar to spell Reagan “Regan”

  4. 4 Kedar

    Newt Gengrich would be proud. Right James?

  5. 5 James

    Ha


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