toonsday - what's in a name...?


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  1. Dwight, Franklin, even Thomas...all much more presidential sounding than a newt:)

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  2. Oh ToonMan, I love the things you say!



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  3. Ha, good one. I've just checked the US president list...lots of Johns and Jameses! And then there's Grover...but one of his namesakes made it big on Sesame Street.

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  4. I'd love another Grover as Pres., or better yet a Kermit

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  5. Hey, Teddy Roosevelt had a son named Kermit, so why not? ;)

    Stopping over from the NaBloPoMo blogroll. :)

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  6. You're right, some names just don't do justice to the title do they?

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  7. Grover, Kermit?? Why not Miss Piggy???

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  8. Too funny -- Why aren't there more Rutherfords?

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  9. Seriously - we need a Thor or something, at this point.

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  10. You are such a freaking hoot!! As a Michelle, how am I supposed to respond to a question like that? MICHELLE IS A GREAT NAME FOR A PRESIDENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Now Rutherford? Grover? What about Nixon's middle name - Milhouse. Now that's jacked-up for sure. Toons, you the man. Great post! Cheers!!

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  11. I thought it was a law that you had to have an odd name to be President. At the least, odd midle name, i.e., W. Jefferson Clinton, R. Millhouse Nixon, J. Fitzgerald Kennedy, L. Baines Johnson, etc.

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