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Sept 8th is "Pardon Day," a day to seek forgiveness. If you have wronged someone or hurt their feelings, seek them out to say you're sorry and to sincerely ask their forgiveness. On the other side of the fence, it's also a good day to be gracious in giving forgiveness to someone who is truly sorry for what they have done. The origin of Pardon Day goes back to the Presidential Pardon granted by President Gerald Ford to previous president Richard Nixon which occurred on September 8th, 1974.

Sept 8th is "Pardon Day," a day to seek forgiveness. If you have wronged someone or hurt their feelings, seek them out to say you're sorry and to sincerely ask their forgiveness. On the other side of the fence, it's also a good day to be gracious in giving forgiveness to someone who is truly sorry for what they have done. The origin of Pardon Day goes back to the Presidential Pardon granted by President Gerald Ford to previous president Richard Nixon which occurred on September 8th, 1974.

PT 2/GERALD FORD- FORGER.   Leave the damage for the next guy to clean up =the mark of the GOP.    WIKI-    Domestically, Ford presided over the worst economy in the four decades since the Great Depression, with growing inflation and a recession during his tenure.[2] Controversial acts was to grant a presidential pardon to President Richard Nixon for his role in the Watergate scandal.

PT 2/GERALD FORD- FORGER. Leave the damage for the next guy to clean up =the mark of the GOP. WIKI- Domestically, Ford presided over the worst economy in the four decades since the Great Depression, with growing inflation and a recession during his tenure.[2] Controversial acts was to grant a presidential pardon to President Richard Nixon for his role in the Watergate scandal.

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President Richard Nixon signed and later was granted a pardon by the man who replaced him.

While also in office Gerald Ford ended up giving Richard Nixon a full pardon. He did this because he felt like that was the right thing to do even though he knew it would anger many and probably ruin his chance to be relected when the time came.

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Nixon's Justice Department warned that the president can't pardon himself - ThinkProgress

Nixon's Justice Department warned that the president can't pardon himself - ThinkProgress

Richard Nixon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

President Ford announces his decision to pardon Nixon, September in the Oval Office.

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