And The Dead Presidents
What This Is All About....
1898: Oh sure we rode rough, but he was just a big teddy bear.
1902: When he moved to Pennsylvania Avenue, he bought us all new suits.
1913: Woody shuffled the cabinet the next day, just because I liked some land near Teapot Dome.
1930: Yeah, it was a Depression, but we sure knew how to dress!
1932: It wasn't easy ushering the opposition in -- I had to go incognito for a while.
1933: Man, those were the days! Those White House fountain pens were THE BEST!
1944: Frank & Winny kept saying, "Both hands on the wheel where we can see them!" Sacked me the next day.
1945: Whenever Harry sat in close quarters he laughed uncontrollably. He claimed it just tickled.
1954: The annual "Court-martial Mamie Day" was always a hoot.
1957: The thing I remember best is thinking, "Gee, Dick's hair smells terrific!"
1961: I was at EVERY event and I don't remember ANYone who even SLIGHTLY resembled Tom Hanks.