Joke Of The Day

If Abe Lincoln were alive today, he would have become a baseball announcer before starting a career in politics.

I can hear him announcing in his strong voice, “Yes folks, the Yankees were once in this game But that was four scores and seven errors ago.”

Bonus Joke:

When Abraham Lincoln was a lawyer, he kept his tall stovepipe hat next to his desk and put papers in it as he worked. When the hat was full, he dumped the papers onto the floor.

On top of the pile he left a note: "If you can't find it anywhere else, look here."

Extra Bonus Joke:

One time a reporter asked John Tyler, "Do you want Texas to become part of the United States?"

Tyler answered, "Half of my friends are for it. Half of them are against it. I stand with my friends!"

Extra Extra Bonus Joke:

Some people claimed that Ronald Reagan had a poor memory.

At a press conference, a reporter said to the president, "You said that you would resign if your memory started to go."

Reagan laughed. "I don't remember saying that."

Extra Extra Extra Bonus Joke:

Grover Cleveland was always fighting the Senate, but he got along well with the House of Representatives. One night while he was sleeping, his wife shook him awake.

"There are thieves in the house," she whispered.

"No, my dear," he answered. "Thieves in the Senate, maybe. But not in the House."

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