Saturday, June 7, 2008

Dancing With The Presidents

Chances are you have either heard of or follow a certain show called "Dancing With The Stars".
I've watched it from time to time too trying to pick up on cues so I can have a chance in wooing a future wife.

Last week, I thought of something cool: What would it be like if the format were "Dancing With The Presidents" who are stars in their own right.

Here is how I see it happening. Obviously, since George Washington was our first President of the United States
under the Constitution, he will go first.

Check out this interesting bit of history!

So anyways, since George Washington was 'first in war, first in peace and first in the hearts of his countrymen', he will naturally be first on the dance floor. He was accomplished in many things from dancing, social graces, horseback riding, you name it. If he were alive today, he would either be President of United States or the starting quarterback for the Redskins. Now while Martha Dandridge Custis Washington will always be first in his heart, Dolley Madison will always be the first woman to dance. They would make quite a pair!

If John Adams were alive today, he would be on prozac. So, he will sit this one out. In order to keep his lovely wife, Abigail Adams from dangling, she will be paired with Thomas Jefferson. This works out very well since Jefferson was a widower during the time he was President. James Madison will then be paired with Rachel Jackson.

Now who is Andrew Jackson going to dance with? Bear with me.
I'll get to that in a moment.

Anyways, in order to not irritate advertisers and to keep viewers from getting confused, Presidents No. 5, 6, 8-11, 13, 14, and 16-42 will remain as a pair. No. 15 James Buchanan will be paired with Zachary Taylor's wife Margaret Taylor

"Old Rough and Ready" himself will be paired with the original First Lady.

Which brings me back to "Old Hickory". He will then be reassigned to Laura Bush. This will then give her the chance to finally dump that lame excuse of a husband of hers.

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