A Hopi father lined up all of his little sons and stood in front of them.
He then asked, "Who pushed the outhouse over the cliff?"
Nobody answered him.
He then asked again, "Who pushed the outhouse over the cliff?" ...again nobody answered.
The Hopi father said, "I'll tell you a story of George and George's father. George chopped down the cherry tree. George told the truth, Big George didn’t punish George.”
So the father asked again, "Who pushed the outhouse over the cliff?"
The littlest son replied, "I pushed the outhouse over the cliff."
The Hopi father then punishes his son. When he is done, the little kid asks, "George told the truth and didn’t get punished. I tell the truth, I get punished. Why, father?"
The Hopi father replied, "Big George was not in the cherry tree when it got chopped down!!!"