Discussion in 'Politics' started by Douger, Aug 21, 2010.
If they weren't Presidents, how can they be great?
Clearly you are talking about candidates who weren't elected rather than Presidents who actually never were.
Ill through a controversial one in: Joseph Smith Jr.
Bob Dole. Warts and all, he correctly predicted that the US would experience huge GDP growth.
Henry A. Wallace.
FDR's VP before the DNC party bosses put an unknown, malleable, and corrupt junior Senator from Pendergast in because they knew FDR was on his "last legs" and didn't want Wallace's populist, progressive, and wildly popular policies to limit their power and hurt their bottom line.
Since such data has been collected, he's still the most popular individual to ever hold Executive office, with a 92% approval rating held for more than a year solid.
We'd be a vastly different country and world if he hadn't been kicked off the ticket in a shady backroom deal. No nuking Japan, no Cold War, and a second Bill of Rights. If only...
HE should have been the first black President, not this monkey we have now.
And I'm talking about honest Colin Powell, not the shell who sold himself out to BO.
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