Discussion in 'Politics' started by elvis, Feb 16, 2010.
or how does he rank?
Not only no.....HELL NO!
FDR ranks in the bottom three.
I read a book called the "forgotten man" about the great depression & FDR. Overall--FDR very smart man--much more so than we have today--actually spent 6 months in office, prior to cutting 100 MILLION out of the budget--something that was huge in the 1930's.
Some claim that by his spending actions he actually ended up extending the Great Depression--others or should I say liberals & this administration that he brought us out of it.
My opinion after reading this book--we had our little pops in employment gains that were not prolonged--& then we they would see unemployment rise again. In reality the only thing that brought us out of the great depression was WW2.
Left sided of the table: High Up.
Right Side: Bottom.
Moderates: Back and forth.
Really? You rank them lower than Grant, Harding, and Buchanan?
Buchanan would be in my bottom three for sure. As would Harding. Though not sure about Hoover.
Dude's just being his usual self.
is harding toward the bottom because he got a girl pregnant?
I thought Obama was
If by girl you mean America and by pregnant you mean the economy, then perhaps.
You're confusing President with Messiah.
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