2. Why do you suppose car sales are an important aspect of our President's Day observations in the U.S.? Because car sales have been a huge component of our economy since the days of Henry Ford. But I've noticed white sales are a bigger deal on Presidents' Day. I have no idea why.
3. Have you ever been President of a club or organization? How did that feel? Nope. I have never even run for anything.
4. If you could have dinner with any President of the United States no longer living, who would it be? Any particular questions you would like to ask? (Mr. Lincoln. Of course. I'd love to just hear him speak. Such eloquence, such heart. Have you ever read his Farewell Address, given off the cuff when he left Illinois for the last time? It's beautiful and wise. I also would love to ask him about the Reconstruction. Like JFK with Viet Nam, the tantalizing what-would-have-been is how Lincoln would have/could have brought us together. And then there's the Mrs. I have always found Mary Lincoln a very moving character.
5. On a more serious note, what are the qualities you hope for in our next President? I long to inspired by a President the way JFK and FDR rallied us. I want a Commander in Chief who touches what Lincoln (Abe, again!) referred to as "the better angels of our nature."