President’s Day 2018

Today we officially celebrate President’s Day.

Presidents’ Day is an American holiday celebrated on the third Monday in February. Originally established in 1885 in recognition of President George Washington, it is still officially called “Washington’s Birthday” by the federal government. Traditionally celebrated on February 22—Washington’s actual day of birth—the holiday became popularly known as Presidents’ Day after it was moved as part of 1971’s Uniform Monday Holiday Act, an attempt to create more three-day weekends for the nation’s workers. While several states still have individual holidays honoring the birthdays of Washington, Abraham Lincoln and other figures, Presidents’ Day is now popularly viewed as a day to celebrate all U.S. presidents past and present.

Therefore, we shall today also celebrate our current president:

MAGA, Mr. President!

And happy early birthday to our first president:

Enjoy your President’s Day holiday.



192 responses to “President’s Day 2018

    • There’s still something VERY CURIOUS about how the brother was locked up the day after the shooting. For what purpose? Is he really in a mental hospital or is he in “witness protection” as a “material witness?” How can someone so suddenly be involuntarily committed? Who committed him and why didn’t whoever that was similarly act soon enough to prevent his brother from murdering 17 people? (What about the injured, btw? They’ve been lost in the shuffle (if any).) His brother, iirc, has a different father, which explains why he looks like he could be Barry’s son. It’s rather frightening to think that because a relative does something horrific, then you may be punished or similarly suspected, simply because of the blood relationship! You know, just another way that the FL authorities failed: Is there no process to be followed when both parents die, leaving minor children? Don’t there have to be court proceedings to award custody or appoint a guardian, rather than the kids just having to couch surf until they reach adult age?

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