Fat president stuck in bathtub

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The Presidents Stuck in the Bathtub: Poems About the Presidents by Susan Katz

Playful political poems about the penchants and peccadilloes of the presidents!Sure, William Taft got stuck in his tub, but did you know that John Quincy Adams used to skinny-dip in the Potomac? Herbert Hoover spoke Chinese with his wife, and Gerald Ford had his name changed from Leslie Lynch King. It’s true! In The President’s Stuck in the Bathtub, the lives of the presidents are served up as fact-filled and fanciful poems that will make you laugh, cringe, and gasp with amazement at the colorful cast of men and women who have lived in the White House. With footnotes relating the facts behind the inspiration for each poem, and a section called “Presidential Notes and Quotes” in the back, this is one hilarious history lesson that kids will elect to read over and over again!
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William Howard Taft Is Still Stuck in the Tub

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President William Howard Taft. Weighing in at more than pounds, he was once rumored to have gotten stuck in a White House bathtub. Taft was born on this day in , and that humiliating story is often the only thing people remember him for — a real shame, considering his unique position in American political history. As the 27th president and the 10th chief justice of the United States, Taft is the only person to have served in the highest office of both the executive and judicial branches. The secretary of agriculture, summoned to advise the quadruple-chinned president, suggests they grease up everything up with butter. To share, copy this permalink: Copy to clipboard.

In “President Taft is Stuck in the Bath,” Taft isn't just overweight, but morbidly obese, red-faced and stark naked, with ample rolls of flesh.
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He was born the son of a prominent judge in Cincinnati, where he developed a deep affection for baseball, though not for baserunning. Here is another indisputable truth: William Howard Taft, the heftiest president in United States history, once got himself stuck in a wash basin, otherwise known as a bathtub. Categorically false. It is the presidential history equivalent of saying Michael Jordan was cut from his high school varsity basketball team he was not. I do not profess to be a reputable historian or even a half-reputable writer. The overwhelming majority of assertions and quotes included in this decidedly unhistorical account are pure inventions of an infantile sense of humor. Any desperate middle-school student seeking to plagiarize a last-minute history paper on the life and times of William Howard Taft would be unwise to place their copy-and-paste faith in this bogus tale of voluminous flesh and constricted porcelain.

Taft was born on this day in , and that humiliating story is often the only thing people remember him for — a real shame, considering his unique position in American political history. As the 27th president and the 10th chief justice of the United States, Taft is the only person to have served in the highest office of both the executive and judicial branches. The secretary of agriculture, summoned to advise the quadruple-chinned president, suggests they grease up everything up with butter. And how did he or they get Taft out? There are no other eyewitnesses.

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