But, in 1830, our nation was so poor that the President and cabinet members found it necessary to draw from their own “ personal funds ” to help pay the expenses of the government.  
     
  Are you running
low on money again,
Mr. Van Buren ?
 
     
  In that year many of the people went
hungry because the country did not raise enough food to feed them. It wasn ‛t until 68 years after I was translated that the United States became even the fourth most powerful nation in the world.
 
  Beans again ?  
  We ‘re lucky to
have anything !
 
     
  What are you trying to do,
make us look foolish in the
eyes of the members of
the bar ?
 
     
  They ‘re not trying. They did !  
  Maybe we should
have defended the Book of Mormon.
 

 

 

 

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