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Who Makes the Cut for the Worst Presidents Ever?

NovusOrdoSeclorum Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 9:21 PM
Surprise! All democrats. Ooh, and a link to a blog. You folks' futile attempts at affecting change are precious!
Walter1776 Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 9:04 AM
Add Teddy and Lincoln to the list. Teddy and Wilson had very similar policies of destroying the Constitution.
M444ss Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 10:00 PM
Why not all dems? Wilson overtly tried to subvert the Bill of Rights, suggesting that rights are really privileges allowed by the govt and calling for a new bill of rights guaranteeing stuff. When FDR ran for VP in '28, he spewed more of the same and effectively moved us toward that reality. Anyone who understands that the founding principles of individual liberty and property rights are what created the greatest level innovation, fueled the most productive and efficient economic engine, created more wealth, and lifted more people from poverty than all other systems in all other societies in all the rest of human history combined… Anyone who understands that would, of course, list Wilson, FDR, LBJ & BHO among the worst presidents ever.

As President Obama prepares his State of the Union Address and the nation looks forward to a Presidents Day holiday, Americans should consider the warning examples of our worst chief executives.

While few of Washington and Lincoln's successors could hope to replicate their epic achievements, every president can — and must — focus on avoiding the appalling ineptitude of John Tyler, Franklin Pierce, James Buchanan and their feckless fellow travelers on the road to presidential perdition. The common elements that link our least successful leaders teach historical lessons at least as important as the shared traits of the Rushmore Four:...