A well written, entertaining piece by Tony Horwitz about his visit to the museum of Vice Presidents:
It is a nonpartisan collection of stories and artifacts on all 47 vice presidents – the only museum in the land devoted to the nation’s second-highest office 엣지오브 투모로우 다운로드. This neglect might seem surprising, until you tour the museum and learn just how ignored and reviled the vice presidency has been for most of its history 보드카레인. John Nance Garner, for one, said the job wasn’t worth a bucket of warm spit.
Humor is laced throughout the piece, but not because of the author – because Vice Presidents have been so ridiculed 워킹데드 시즌9 5화 다운로드. Some deservedly so – like the drunken gambler who had congress dock his pay – and some not so, like the small-town lawyer who was nearly president during World War I, when Woodrow Wilson had a series of strokes 버거킹.
Though that same lawyer quipped, “one ran away to sea, the other was elected vice president, and nothing was ever heard of either of them again.”