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Tampa Bay Rants And Raves



Special Edition - Ten questions radicals should be able to answer before they vandalize monuments.


(Editor’s note: as we approach the 4th of July, the birthday of our country, we are sickened by a bunch of radicals who want to rewrite American history in 90 days. Before they try to do so, we propose they be able to answer at least eight of the following ten questions).


1. How many Presidents are on Mt. Rushmore – and who are they?

2. Teddy Roosevelt distinguished himself in what war?

3. Who were the first and last generals to become President of the United States?

4. Who was the last President to serve in the military?

5. How many Presidents did not serve in the military?

6. Before the Civil War, in what war did Robert E. Lee serve?

7. In what city was the U.S. Constitution signed? And the Declaration of Independence?

8. How many Vice-Presidents have become President without the benefit of incumbency caused by their predecessor’s death?

9. Who is the only President to win the Congressional Medal of Honor?

10. Which of this year’s presumptive Presidential candidates served in the military?

The answers are below. And shame on the know-it-all radicals who have to go to Google or somewhere else to ascertain the answers. But at least they would have learned a thing or two about the nation they are trying to disassemble.

1. Four - Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt.

2. The Spanish American War.

3. Washington the first, Eisenhower the most recent.

4. George W. Bush

5. Thirteen with an asterisk. Taft was appointed a General in the Red Cross during WW I, but had no actual military service. There were 12 others including three of our last four.

6. The Mexican-American War

7. Both documents were signed in Philadelphia.

8. Only five – John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Martin Van Buren, Richard Nixon and George H.W. Bush

9. Teddy Roosevelt won the Congressional Medal of Honor for his service in the Spanish American War.

10. Trick question – neither President Trump nor Joe Biden ever served in the military.


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