In San Francisco, natch. (Well, could have been Berkeley, too.) Because he was an icky President.
What mature, evolved people, eh?
Couple of updates:
1. Apologies to friends and loved ones in the Golden State. Remember, I lived there most of my life and I turned out OK.
2. The SF Chronicle has a story on it, of course. Supposedly this started off as a joke, a satire, and then grew. The comments were overwhelmingly positive toward the idea, of course. I particularly liked the one that said (something like) Bush removed all dignity from the office of the President. What a hoot! His predecessor did that all on his own, starting even before he took office when he answered the "boxers or briefs" question on MTV. It went all downhill from there. I can't believe anyone is foolish or blind enough not to see who started degrading the office.
3. I might not be happy with the next President (in fact I'm almost sure not to be) but my kids will learn that we respect the President, even if we respectfully disagree.
4. Maybe I just don't have a sense of humor.
5. I do miss the bread.