Honoring Ronald Reagan
On Ronald Reagan’s birthday, let it be known 40 states choose to recognize his birthday. It’s not a holiday or anything. It’s just a note that someone very important to this country was born on this date. Eight states choose to intentionally ignore his birthday. It’s kind of sad really. Those eight states, and their party designation for your own conclusions why they would choose to intentionally snub a great President:
Yeah, that’s right, even my governor chose to be petty.
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