galenrox said:1) Bush Part 2, Electric boogaloo
Pacridge said:Nixon doesn't even make the top five?
1.) Warren Harding- completely incompetent
2.) James Buchanan- Slept while the country burned
3.) Richard Nixon- Caught with hand in cookie jar
4.) Woodrow Wilson- screw up the peace so bad we had to fight the whole war over again.
5.) Warren G. Harding- increases in gov. spending lead to great depression. Allowed his cabinet to take over.
vauge said:I agree with you except I would put Clinton in as #4. As a result of his actions and lack of morals - our country has headed into a direction that we cannot return.
Children are having sex at young ages because he refused to call it sex.
Clarification: much more so that years past. It is almost considered normal for young girls to give the boys oral sex (and vice versa) - just because they are bored. After all, it's not sex right?
Soviet_Guy said:How about Gerald Ford?
Pacridge said:4.) Woodrow Wilson- screw up the peace so bad we had to fight the whole war over again.
Plain old me said:Errrr.........I realise my knowledge of American Presidents is hardly vast, so please correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't it Wilson that first coined the idea of a parliament of nations thing, and it was his opposition in America that prevented the US taking more of an active role in maintaining world peace after that?
Soviet_Guy said:Okay, my final question, Lyndon B Johnson, have you people forgotten about him? He most likely helped out in the Kennedy Assasination and started Vietnam and didn't finish it, I think that deserves some blame.
Pacridge said:I just have no idea where you get your information regarding US history. He neither started nor finished Vietnam. Plus, I seriously doubt he had any involvement in JFK's death. Though I suppose that does make interesting movie plots.
Soviet_Guy said:Vietnam started in 1965 and ended in 1972 and Lyndon B Johnson served as President of the United States from 1963-1969.
Pacridge said:I could see why you would look at it that way. US involvment increased under Johnson. However the war itself started in 1957. Here's a link so you can read up on it: