Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Little Ducky

More Presidential Wisdom

“In 2003, President Bush, then two years into his tenure, was asked by journalist Bob Woodward about his place in history. ‘History,’ he replied. ‘We don’t know. We’ll all be dead.’”

—Robert W. Merry, author, Where They Stand, 2012 (See Salon

• Editorial Comment: Stay in the tub, Dub.

PeezPix by Ted Pease 

Sad Snowman

PeezPix. ted.pease@gmail.com

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