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Look! It’s the Dancing Presidents!

January 22, 2009

Blog Guy, I’m hoping you can help me. I collect photos of dancing U.S. Presidents.

Then I doubt if anyone can help you.

My collection begins with a priceless Daguerreotype of Zachary Taylor doing a polka in 1849, and includes a never-published photo of Dwight Eisenhower doing the Twist.

Awesome! You don’t have that rumored photo of Jimmy Carter on a disco floor, do you?

Yep, that’s mine. But I’m missing the last three presidents because of some unpleasantness, and I thought you might help me with those.

Sure. Do you think you’d want to exhibit your collection at my popular Goofy Face Museum and Doughnut Shop?

Let me think about it. I get out in six years, or maybe earlier with good behavior.

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President Barack Obama dances at an inaugural ball, January 20, 2009. REUTERS/ Jason Reed

President George W. Bush dances in front of the media in 2008 photo. REUTERS/Jason Reed

President Clinton and Brazilian soccer legend Pele appear almost as if they are dancing as they embrace in 1997 photo. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

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Comments

TOP- Now put your left foot here.
LEFT- Now where am I supposed to be?
RIGHT- Okay, I’ve danced with you; now , where is your wife?

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Dont you have photos of them dancing the cha-cha-cha?

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