The 5 most underrated presidents of all time

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Not necessarily in this order but my top 5 are..

President James Polk

Domestically, Polk stabilized the U.S. banking system and lowered tariffs, but his most notable accomplishments occurred on the frontier. Polk successfully navigated the U.S.-Mexican War and added territory that now includes the states of California, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and Oregon.

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President Calvin Coolidge

Coolidge was the president who gave America “the Roaring ’20s,” when the economy and stock market boomed and American living standards soared. He cut tax income tax rates from 75% to 20%. He was in favor of limited government and was famous for saying that “the business of America is business.” Had he run for reelection in 1928 rather than handed over the reins to the hapless Herbert Hoover, the Great Depression would have likely been avoided.

He is also the only president to be adapted into a Native American tribe. Coolidge Summers In Black Hills, Adopted By Sioux. This Date in Native History: On June 23, 1927, the Sioux County Pioneer, a newspaper in south central North Dakota, reported that U.S. President Calvin Coolidge would be adopted into the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Too bad for that Lakhota wack job that a Republican is the only president to be adapted into her people's nation eh?

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President James Monroe

As the last Founding Father to be president, Monroe often falls in the shadows of his better-known predecessors.

But Monroe deserves credit for his foreign policy achievements, including the establishment of the landmark Monroe Doctrine and the purchase of Florida from Spain. Monroe also maintained a surprising degree of political harmony in the U.S. and even ran unopposed for re-election.

Also Monroe was sending slaves back to Africa where he promoted the establishment of a new colony. Which is present day Liberia. The capital of Liberia is Monrovia. Only capital in the world outside of America named after a former American president. In 1824, the city was renamed Monrovia after James Monroe, president of the United States at the time. Monroe was a prominent supporter of developing the city as a place to relocate formerly enslaved Black people from the United States of America and Caribbean islands, as an alternative to abolishing the institution of slavery in America.

That must piss off the left.

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President Ronald Reagan

Just to see the left laugh out loud. It is interesting to speculate about why so many of the intelligentsia were anti-Reagan. For complicated reasons the intellectuals of the 1980s were almost reflexively opposed to Reagan’s policies. Unlike most intellectuals, who favored an expansive welfare state, Reagan favored only the limited programs associated with the New Deal of FDR but opposed the additions of LBJ’s “Great Society,” which he thought undermined family stability and the work ethic of the intended beneficiaries.

Most intellectuals also favored extensive regulation of business and “soak the rich” taxes, but Reagan thought those policies led to economic stagnation. Most intellectuals also favored détente, a policy that emphasized the importance of negotiating with the Soviet Union rather than a policy of containing and confronting communism. Reagan was not altogether opposed to negotiation, but he wanted to do so from a position of strength—after modernizing our military, a buildup that most intellectuals opposed.


These marxist doshonest intellectuals were mistaken and Reagan was proven correct. As the current generation of historians passes from the scene, Reagan’s reputation probably will rise because more people will be inclined to judge Reagan by the results, his success in reviving the economy and overcoming communism, and less predisposed to consider Reagan a failure because he did not conform to the policies favored by most liberal intellectuals. Although that is a rather flimsy hope considering what is running 95% of the schools today and what's graduating in the millions every year from the public schools and universities.

Reagan’s policies contributed significantly to the revival of the American economy and to our victory in the Cold War. In addition, almost everyone, friend and foe alike, understood that Reagan was a hopeful, decent, fair-minded man who embodied much of what is best in the American character. He lifted our spirits out of the doldrums of “malaise.” He reminded us that character is king.

Can you hear the jackals cackling laughter? I can.

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Donald J Trump

Unprecedented Economic Boom
Before the China PLANDEMIC invaded our shores, we built the world’s most prosperous economy.

America gained 7 million new jobs – more than three times government experts’ projections.

Middle-Class family income increased nearly $6,000 – more than five times the gains during the entire previous administration.

The unemployment rate reached 3.5 percent, the lowest in a half-century.

Achieved 40 months in a row with more job openings than job-hirings.

More Americans reported being employed than ever before – nearly 160 million.

Jobless claims hit a nearly 50-year low.

The number of people claiming unemployment insurance as a share of the population hit its lowest on record.

Incomes rose in every single metro area in the United States for the first time in nearly 3 decades.

Delivered a future of greater promise and opportunity for citizens of all backgrounds.

Unemployment rates for African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans,

Native Americans, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those without a high school diploma all reached record lows.

Unemployment for women hit its lowest rate in nearly 70 years.

Lifted nearly 7 million people off of food stamps.

Poverty rates for African Americans and Hispanic Americans reached record lows.
Income inequality fell for two straight years, and by the largest amount in over a decade.

The bottom 50 percent of American households saw a 40 percent increase in net worth.


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Now let's listening to the demonic screeching by the left and let them choke on the truth.
 
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Calvin Coolidge was the last conservative President we have had. He was a veto king. We need a few more like him.
We weren't as of yet a full fledged demagoguery at that time. So, the presidents, although susceptible and in fact were bought and paid for by big money, still had to do things for the BEST INTEREST of THIS NATION if they wanted to remain in the Oval Office.

Our power was starting to ripped from us though as the pseudo-marxists began infiltrating the country under the disguise of seeking opportunity and carrying out the new politician correctness (identity politics) they contrived at the Frankfurt School in the early 1920s. The long term divide and conquer plan came into effect and essentially began in the 1930s, especially in hollywood.
 
Not necessarily in this order but my top 5 are..

President James Polk

Domestically, Polk stabilized the U.S. banking system and lowered tariffs, but his most notable accomplishments occurred on the frontier. Polk successfully navigated the U.S.-Mexican War and added territory that now includes the states of California, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and Oregon.

-------------------------------------------------------

President Calvin Coolidge

Coolidge was the president who gave America “the Roaring ’20s,” when the economy and stock market boomed and American living standards soared. He cut tax income tax rates from 75% to 20%. He was in favor of limited government and was famous for saying that “the business of America is business.” Had he run for reelection in 1928 rather than handed over the reins to the hapless Herbert Hoover, the Great Depression would have likely been avoided.

He is also the only president to be adapted into a Native American tribe. Coolidge Summers In Black Hills, Adopted By Sioux. This Date in Native History: On June 23, 1927, the Sioux County Pioneer, a newspaper in south central North Dakota, reported that U.S. President Calvin Coolidge would be adopted into the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Too bad for that Lakhota wack job that a Republican is the only president to be adapted into her people's nation eh?

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President James Monroe

As the last Founding Father to be president, Monroe often falls in the shadows of his better-known predecessors.

But Monroe deserves credit for his foreign policy achievements, including the establishment of the landmark Monroe Doctrine and the purchase of Florida from Spain. Monroe also maintained a surprising degree of political harmony in the U.S. and even ran unopposed for re-election.

Also Monroe was sending slaves back to Africa where he promoted the establishment of a new colony. Which is present day Liberia. The capital of Liberia is Monrovia. Only capital in the world outside of America named after a former American president. In 1824, the city was renamed Monrovia after James Monroe, president of the United States at the time. Monroe was a prominent supporter of developing the city as a place to relocate formerly enslaved Black people from the United States of America and Caribbean islands, as an alternative to abolishing the institution of slavery in America.

That must piss off the left.

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President Ronald Reagan

Just to see the left laugh out loud. It is interesting to speculate about why so many of the intelligentsia were anti-Reagan. For complicated reasons the intellectuals of the 1980s were almost reflexively opposed to Reagan’s policies. Unlike most intellectuals, who favored an expansive welfare state, Reagan favored only the limited programs associated with the New Deal of FDR but opposed the additions of LBJ’s “Great Society,” which he thought undermined family stability and the work ethic of the intended beneficiaries.

Most intellectuals also favored extensive regulation of business and “soak the rich” taxes, but Reagan thought those policies led to economic stagnation. Most intellectuals also favored détente, a policy that emphasized the importance of negotiating with the Soviet Union rather than a policy of containing and confronting communism. Reagan was not altogether opposed to negotiation, but he wanted to do so from a position of strength—after modernizing our military, a buildup that most intellectuals opposed.


These marxist doshonest intellectuals were mistaken and Reagan was proven correct. As the current generation of historians passes from the scene, Reagan’s reputation probably will rise because more people will be inclined to judge Reagan by the results, his success in reviving the economy and overcoming communism, and less predisposed to consider Reagan a failure because he did not conform to the policies favored by most liberal intellectuals. Although that is a rather flimsy hope considering what is running 95% of the schools today and what's graduating in the millions every year from the public schools and universities.

Reagan’s policies contributed significantly to the revival of the American economy and to our victory in the Cold War. In addition, almost everyone, friend and foe alike, understood that Reagan was a hopeful, decent, fair-minded man who embodied much of what is best in the American character. He lifted our spirits out of the doldrums of “malaise.” He reminded us that character is king.

Can you hear the jackals cackling laughter? I can.

------------------------------------------------

Donald J Trump

Unprecedented Economic Boom
Before the China PLANDEMIC invaded our shores, we built the world’s most prosperous economy.

America gained 7 million new jobs – more than three times government experts’ projections.

Middle-Class family income increased nearly $6,000 – more than five times the gains during the entire previous administration.

The unemployment rate reached 3.5 percent, the lowest in a half-century.

Achieved 40 months in a row with more job openings than job-hirings.

More Americans reported being employed than ever before – nearly 160 million.

Jobless claims hit a nearly 50-year low.

The number of people claiming unemployment insurance as a share of the population hit its lowest on record.

Incomes rose in every single metro area in the United States for the first time in nearly 3 decades.

Delivered a future of greater promise and opportunity for citizens of all backgrounds.

Unemployment rates for African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans,

Native Americans, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those without a high school diploma all reached record lows.

Unemployment for women hit its lowest rate in nearly 70 years.

Lifted nearly 7 million people off of food stamps.

Poverty rates for African Americans and Hispanic Americans reached record lows.
Income inequality fell for two straight years, and by the largest amount in over a decade.

The bottom 50 percent of American households saw a 40 percent increase in net worth.


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Now let's listening to the demonic screeching by the left and let them choke on the truth.
Trump was among the very best. That's why it's purely laughably partisan which a bunch of leftwing "historians" rated him last while placing the Vegetable 14th, the red-nosed philanderer/rapist Clinton 12th, and incompetent Marxist 0bama 7th.
 
Trump was among the very best. That's why it's purely laughably partisan which a bunch of leftwing "historians" rated him last while placing the Vegetable 12th.
Those things are a joke.
The usual top two were the biggest tyrants in our history.
Look at Calvin. They say he wasnt good because he didnt do enough. IE meaning he didnt abuse his power and make the fed gov do things they didnt have the power to do.
Fuck those "historians"
 
Not necessarily in this order but my top 5 are..

President James Polk

Domestically, Polk stabilized the U.S. banking system and lowered tariffs, but his most notable accomplishments occurred on the frontier. Polk successfully navigated the U.S.-Mexican War and added territory that now includes the states of California, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and Oregon.

-------------------------------------------------------

President Calvin Coolidge

Coolidge was the president who gave America “the Roaring ’20s,” when the economy and stock market boomed and American living standards soared. He cut tax income tax rates from 75% to 20%. He was in favor of limited government and was famous for saying that “the business of America is business.” Had he run for reelection in 1928 rather than handed over the reins to the hapless Herbert Hoover, the Great Depression would have likely been avoided.

He is also the only president to be adapted into a Native American tribe. Coolidge Summers In Black Hills, Adopted By Sioux. This Date in Native History: On June 23, 1927, the Sioux County Pioneer, a newspaper in south central North Dakota, reported that U.S. President Calvin Coolidge would be adopted into the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Too bad for that Lakhota wack job that a Republican is the only president to be adapted into her people's nation eh?

‐-----------------------------------------------------------

President James Monroe

As the last Founding Father to be president, Monroe often falls in the shadows of his better-known predecessors.

But Monroe deserves credit for his foreign policy achievements, including the establishment of the landmark Monroe Doctrine and the purchase of Florida from Spain. Monroe also maintained a surprising degree of political harmony in the U.S. and even ran unopposed for re-election.

Also Monroe was sending slaves back to Africa where he promoted the establishment of a new colony. Which is present day Liberia. The capital of Liberia is Monrovia. Only capital in the world outside of America named after a former American president. In 1824, the city was renamed Monrovia after James Monroe, president of the United States at the time. Monroe was a prominent supporter of developing the city as a place to relocate formerly enslaved Black people from the United States of America and Caribbean islands, as an alternative to abolishing the institution of slavery in America.

That must piss off the left.

-----------------------------------------


President Ronald Reagan

Just to see the left laugh out loud. It is interesting to speculate about why so many of the intelligentsia were anti-Reagan. For complicated reasons the intellectuals of the 1980s were almost reflexively opposed to Reagan’s policies. Unlike most intellectuals, who favored an expansive welfare state, Reagan favored only the limited programs associated with the New Deal of FDR but opposed the additions of LBJ’s “Great Society,” which he thought undermined family stability and the work ethic of the intended beneficiaries.

Most intellectuals also favored extensive regulation of business and “soak the rich” taxes, but Reagan thought those policies led to economic stagnation. Most intellectuals also favored détente, a policy that emphasized the importance of negotiating with the Soviet Union rather than a policy of containing and confronting communism. Reagan was not altogether opposed to negotiation, but he wanted to do so from a position of strength—after modernizing our military, a buildup that most intellectuals opposed.


These marxist doshonest intellectuals were mistaken and Reagan was proven correct. As the current generation of historians passes from the scene, Reagan’s reputation probably will rise because more people will be inclined to judge Reagan by the results, his success in reviving the economy and overcoming communism, and less predisposed to consider Reagan a failure because he did not conform to the policies favored by most liberal intellectuals. Although that is a rather flimsy hope considering what is running 95% of the schools today and what's graduating in the millions every year from the public schools and universities.

Reagan’s policies contributed significantly to the revival of the American economy and to our victory in the Cold War. In addition, almost everyone, friend and foe alike, understood that Reagan was a hopeful, decent, fair-minded man who embodied much of what is best in the American character. He lifted our spirits out of the doldrums of “malaise.” He reminded us that character is king.

Can you hear the jackals cackling laughter? I can.

------------------------------------------------

Donald J Trump

Unprecedented Economic Boom
Before the China PLANDEMIC invaded our shores, we built the world’s most prosperous economy.

America gained 7 million new jobs – more than three times government experts’ projections.

Middle-Class family income increased nearly $6,000 – more than five times the gains during the entire previous administration.

The unemployment rate reached 3.5 percent, the lowest in a half-century.

Achieved 40 months in a row with more job openings than job-hirings.

More Americans reported being employed than ever before – nearly 160 million.

Jobless claims hit a nearly 50-year low.

The number of people claiming unemployment insurance as a share of the population hit its lowest on record.

Incomes rose in every single metro area in the United States for the first time in nearly 3 decades.

Delivered a future of greater promise and opportunity for citizens of all backgrounds.

Unemployment rates for African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans,

Native Americans, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those without a high school diploma all reached record lows.

Unemployment for women hit its lowest rate in nearly 70 years.

Lifted nearly 7 million people off of food stamps.

Poverty rates for African Americans and Hispanic Americans reached record lows.
Income inequality fell for two straight years, and by the largest amount in over a decade.

The bottom 50 percent of American households saw a 40 percent increase in net worth.


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Now let's listening to the demonic screeching by the left and let them choke on the truth.
You were doing well till you tried to slip Trump in there
 
Calvin Coolidge was the last conservative President we have had. He was a veto king. We need a few more like him.
Trump is your man then.

He will be impeached so many times he won't have enough time to sing legislation, let alone veto anything.
 
We weren't as of yet a full fledged demagoguery at that time. So, the presidents, although susceptible and in fact were bought and paid for by big money, still had to do things for the BEST INTEREST of THIS NATION if they wanted to remain in the Oval Office.

Our power was starting to ripped from us though as the pseudo-marxists began infiltrating the country under the disguise of seeking opportunity and carrying out the new politician correctness (identity politics) they contrived at the Frankfurt School in the early 1920s. The long term divide and conquer plan came into effect and essentially began in the 1930s, especially in hollywood.
That was Dale Smithy sans chemtrails.
 
You were doing well till you tried to slip Trump in there
trumpdrangemeter.jpg
 
Not necessarily in this order but my top 5 are..

President James Polk

Domestically, Polk stabilized the U.S. banking system and lowered tariffs, but his most notable accomplishments occurred on the frontier. Polk successfully navigated the U.S.-Mexican War and added territory that now includes the states of California, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and Oregon.

-------------------------------------------------------

President Calvin Coolidge

Coolidge was the president who gave America “the Roaring ’20s,” when the economy and stock market boomed and American living standards soared. He cut tax income tax rates from 75% to 20%. He was in favor of limited government and was famous for saying that “the business of America is business.” Had he run for reelection in 1928 rather than handed over the reins to the hapless Herbert Hoover, the Great Depression would have likely been avoided.

He is also the only president to be adapted into a Native American tribe. Coolidge Summers In Black Hills, Adopted By Sioux. This Date in Native History: On June 23, 1927, the Sioux County Pioneer, a newspaper in south central North Dakota, reported that U.S. President Calvin Coolidge would be adopted into the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Too bad for that Lakhota wack job that a Republican is the only president to be adapted into her people's nation eh?

‐-----------------------------------------------------------

President James Monroe

As the last Founding Father to be president, Monroe often falls in the shadows of his better-known predecessors.

But Monroe deserves credit for his foreign policy achievements, including the establishment of the landmark Monroe Doctrine and the purchase of Florida from Spain. Monroe also maintained a surprising degree of political harmony in the U.S. and even ran unopposed for re-election.

Also Monroe was sending slaves back to Africa where he promoted the establishment of a new colony. Which is present day Liberia. The capital of Liberia is Monrovia. Only capital in the world outside of America named after a former American president. In 1824, the city was renamed Monrovia after James Monroe, president of the United States at the time. Monroe was a prominent supporter of developing the city as a place to relocate formerly enslaved Black people from the United States of America and Caribbean islands, as an alternative to abolishing the institution of slavery in America.

That must piss off the left.

-----------------------------------------


President Ronald Reagan

Just to see the left laugh out loud. It is interesting to speculate about why so many of the intelligentsia were anti-Reagan. For complicated reasons the intellectuals of the 1980s were almost reflexively opposed to Reagan’s policies. Unlike most intellectuals, who favored an expansive welfare state, Reagan favored only the limited programs associated with the New Deal of FDR but opposed the additions of LBJ’s “Great Society,” which he thought undermined family stability and the work ethic of the intended beneficiaries.

Most intellectuals also favored extensive regulation of business and “soak the rich” taxes, but Reagan thought those policies led to economic stagnation. Most intellectuals also favored détente, a policy that emphasized the importance of negotiating with the Soviet Union rather than a policy of containing and confronting communism. Reagan was not altogether opposed to negotiation, but he wanted to do so from a position of strength—after modernizing our military, a buildup that most intellectuals opposed.


These marxist doshonest intellectuals were mistaken and Reagan was proven correct. As the current generation of historians passes from the scene, Reagan’s reputation probably will rise because more people will be inclined to judge Reagan by the results, his success in reviving the economy and overcoming communism, and less predisposed to consider Reagan a failure because he did not conform to the policies favored by most liberal intellectuals. Although that is a rather flimsy hope considering what is running 95% of the schools today and what's graduating in the millions every year from the public schools and universities.

Reagan’s policies contributed significantly to the revival of the American economy and to our victory in the Cold War. In addition, almost everyone, friend and foe alike, understood that Reagan was a hopeful, decent, fair-minded man who embodied much of what is best in the American character. He lifted our spirits out of the doldrums of “malaise.” He reminded us that character is king.

Can you hear the jackals cackling laughter? I can.

------------------------------------------------

Donald J Trump

Unprecedented Economic Boom
Before the China PLANDEMIC invaded our shores, we built the world’s most prosperous economy.

America gained 7 million new jobs – more than three times government experts’ projections.

Middle-Class family income increased nearly $6,000 – more than five times the gains during the entire previous administration.

The unemployment rate reached 3.5 percent, the lowest in a half-century.

Achieved 40 months in a row with more job openings than job-hirings.

More Americans reported being employed than ever before – nearly 160 million.

Jobless claims hit a nearly 50-year low.

The number of people claiming unemployment insurance as a share of the population hit its lowest on record.

Incomes rose in every single metro area in the United States for the first time in nearly 3 decades.

Delivered a future of greater promise and opportunity for citizens of all backgrounds.

Unemployment rates for African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans,

Native Americans, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those without a high school diploma all reached record lows.

Unemployment for women hit its lowest rate in nearly 70 years.

Lifted nearly 7 million people off of food stamps.

Poverty rates for African Americans and Hispanic Americans reached record lows.
Income inequality fell for two straight years, and by the largest amount in over a decade.

The bottom 50 percent of American households saw a 40 percent increase in net worth.


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Now let's listening to the demonic screeching by the left and let them choke on the truth.
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