Tweet of the Day: For Women’s History Month, Dems feature first ‘woman’ president

Black History Month 2014 is now a memory. Time to celebrate Women’s History Month (sigh!), which falls in March. And how better to kick off this tribute than with a visit to the Women’s Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls, N.Y.?

To get you in the spirit, the official Twitter account of the Democratic Party has a tweet replete with a photograph of a collection of bronze castings of notable women* … including, in the background, the nation’s first woman president. OK, maybe that’s misleading, so let’s try “the nation’s first effeminate president.”


Is it fair to hope that once his presidency ends, “Waldo” will stop cropping up in every picture the White House releases?

* Save your breath. We are fully aware that the statue at the center of the display is figure Frederick Douglass.

LU Staff

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