(Audio) Mandeville, LA – It’s more than just your everyday averageGroundhog’s Day Monday here on the The Mike Church Show today, we’recelebrating the birth of one of the greatest individuals to come out ofthe Founding Generation, a man to which we more than likely owe ourwhole philosophy of Democracy on.
Washington was born onFebruary 22nd in the year 1732. He grew to eventually hold the positionof Commander in Chief leading the American victory over Britain in theAmerican Revolutionary War in 1775 to 1783. Once accomplishing thattask he then presided the architecture of the Constitution in 1787 andeventually was the first to hold the office of United States Presidencyfor two terms reigning from 1789 to 1797. He then gracefully bowed out, promoting a two-term limit, and went on to grow tobacco on his acreage at Mount Vernon.
Listen to the KingDude give his patronage to the leader of the free country on the day set aside to honor himself and his accomplishments. And in case you’re one of those that find rumors and conspiracies to be the truth hear the KingDude break down the real story on how George Washington really passed away on December 12th, 1799.
Related Material: It’s only fitting that here on the show we’ll give credit when credit’s due – and when it comes to the leader of this great nation (not currently, but originally) it comes down to the first President of these United States of America – George Washington. Check out the archives for all the historical information you could possibly handle from the Founding Generation including George Washington:
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