Squawker said:The likes of Kennedy and Clinton shouldn't be on the list at all. I think Soviet_Guy is more interested in causing trouble and being disruptive.
Soviet_Guy said::lamo :funny :2rofll: That's hilarious, you should do stand up!
Honestly, the pro-business Coolidge?ShamMol said:Coolidge-for sure.
Soviet_Guy said:... as for Clinton, he did much for U.S. economy during his administration.
Like line forty seven in the patriot act says..."the." Honestly, I don't care who the greatest is, just what is now. Plus, I picked the worst one there for sarcasm sake.anomaly said:Honestly, the pro-business Coolidge?
anomaly said:Honestly, the pro-business Coolidge?
I voted for FDR, beyond any doubt, the greatest President, IMO.
GarzaUK said:Reagon and Bush couldn't touch Lincoln when it comes to greatness.
Soviet_Guy said:Reagan was a very, very old man, too old to make good decisions, it's biologicaly proven that people lose intelligence after 60, he was what, 72 when he was elected?
Anyway, Bush, hardy, har, har, NO.
As for Kennedy, I've heard nothing but good things about him on these forums,
Clinton, he did much for U.S. economy during his administration.
galenrox said:Oh yeah, Kennedy, he didn't do anything great, cause that whole civil rights thing is so overrated, and getting us through the cuban missle crisis, that doesn't even hold water against starting secret wars to displace communist democracies with capitalist authoritarian governments, right? I mean, Regan was SOOO much better than Kennedy!
Just taste the sarcasm while it drips from what I just said!
Stinger said:They should certainly be on the long before Clinton and Kennedy. That you would even put Clinton on the list shows the falicy of your poll. Kennedy I can see because of the myth, the Camelot thing, that has grown around him. But Clinton? In the polls of historians that I read he's lucky to make it out of the bottom third. Reagan always scores high and will always be considered the great president he was. Bush(2) probably will if things continue to go as they are and the propagandist do not get to misrepresent history.