It was near the end of the school year. The teacher had already written the grade reports, and there was really nothing to do. All the kids were restless because it was Friday afternoon and not much was happening.
The teacher decided that whomever answered her questions first, and correctly, could leave early.
Little Kenny said to himself, "Good, I want to get out of here! I'm a clever boy - the answer's mine . . .!"
The teacher asked, "Who said, 'Four Score and Seven Years Ago'?"
Before Kenny could open his mouth, Susie announced, "Abraham Lincoln!"
The teacher said, "That's right Susie. You can go."
Kenny was mad that Susie had answered first.
Then the teacher asked, "Who said, 'I Have a Dream'?"
Before Kenny could open his mouth, Mary shouted, "Martin Luther King!"
The teacher declared, "That's right, Mary. You can go."
Kenny was even angrier than before because Mary had answered first.
Next, the teacher asked, "Who said 'Ask not, what your country can do for you'?"
Before Kenny could speak, Nancy hollered, "John Kennedy!"
The teacher said, "That's right Nancy. You can go."
Kenny was really angry now!
Then the teacher turned her back to get another question from her teacher's book, and Kenny shouted loudly, "I wish these girls would keep their mouths shut!"
The teacher turned around and asked angrily, "Who said that?"
Kenny announced, "BILL CLINTON! SEE YOU MONDAY, TEACHER! BYE!"
I don't understand this joke.