1920! THE LEAGUE OF MATRONS!

In a late night poker game between President Warren G. Harding, several senators, Fatty Arbuckle, and Eddie Rickenbacker, the conversation turned to the suffragette movement. Women had successfully won the right to vote in 1919 and Harding and his cronies sought to derail the movement via a covert crew of women appointed to public office only to make fools of themselves and discredit the feminist cause. Harding, who hadn't bothered to write any of it down, woke up the next day with a terrible hangover and spent nearly twenty minutes walking the Rose Garden trying to remember it before playing golf with Al Jolson.



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