Saturday, February 19, 2011

Counter-Intelligence Report: President's Day

Picture From: http://www.uiowa.edu/policult/bush/rushmore.html
Today is a very presidential day. Today we honor the Presidents who have presided over the presidential democratic state we call the United States of America. Today we honor the men who's faces have been carved into the side of a mountain. Today we honor the men who's names have been engraved into our minds as a part of our nation. Today we look up to our past leaders in the Lincoln Memorial. Today we gather by the Washington monument, the largest pencil in the world. Today we look into our pockets, pull out a rusty old dime, and smile at the face that had led our nation in the past. Today, we play with lincoln logs, chop down cherry trees, eat chicken out of a pot, and the list keeps going on!

But why exactly do we do this? We see how our nation's leaders have held this great country together in times of hardship and troubles, raised our nation up from its lowest point, kept families together during wars and conflict... and in the end, all the nation's troubles fall on their shoulders. Good ole' Abe Lincoln during the Civil War, Franklin D. Roosevelt during the Great Depression, George W. Bush during the Iraq War, and now President Barack Obama, who has had to deal with this recession, the oil spill, job crisis, and even more to follow.

Take this day to recognize those before us who sacrificed so much for you. Our counter-intelligence agency has worked tirelessly and have finally decoded the meaning behind President's Day.

P. - Presiding
R. - Revolutionaries
E. - Elevated
S. - Society
I. - In
D. - Democratic
E. - Elections
N. - Noting
T. - Those
S. - Serving

D. - Duties
A. - All
Y. -  Year

President's Day really is what it's supposed to be! As compared to "Valentines Day" which was simply a hoax and a cover up for an operation in gradner scheme.

Until next time when our next counter inelligence report gains approval!

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