Wednesday, December 22, 2004

No Party II

The Moose notes that recent Republican Presidents are fond of quoting their Democratic predecessors, perhaps they should emulate one.

"At the height of WWII, Franklin D. Roosevelt's fourth Inauguration was simple and austere with no fanfare or formal celebration following the event.There was no parade because of gas rationing and a lumber shortage. "

From the site of the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies
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