Only a few minutes transpired between these two photographs. In the interim, the horizon turned blood red. Could this be some supernal message arriving on the occasion of this seminal date in history? If so, what can it mean? And why is it sanguine in nature? Maybe it's a cheerful message indicating we have a bright and colorful future. Then again, the red could be a caution, telling us to stop our bullying ways. Perhaps the red signifies a heavenly tribute to fallen American soldiers; after all, George founded the American army, and was its first field commander as well as its first Commander-In-Chief. What if he's blushing? You folks are embarrassing me with your foolish antics. I can't look any of my friends in the face. Whatever the meaning, George seems determined to have his say. One can almost hear the gavel striking the podium and the president's booming voice, "My fellow Americans ..."