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Who is your favorite American president?

Who is your favorite American president?

  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    jefferson davis

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Daily reminder he was a crossdresser.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        uhh... keyed??

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        dress the cross and bear your arms

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I dress my walls with crosses too, based

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    He was the first.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Also annexed Japan as 51th states?

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    my boy was wicked smaht

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >for supper I want a party platter

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    George W then Teddy. Everyone else is kinda gay tbh

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Nixon.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    me in the future

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Rook same really. I can't for the life of me tell them apart besides the very modern ones after WWII.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Either Nixon or Teddy Roosevelt

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    A

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Based list Anon, but why the hate for H.W. in particular? What'd he do wrong?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        New World Order

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Reagan
      >overall positive
      You accidentally outed yourself as brain-dead

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Obama traitor

      The guy did so much to expand the US empire from Bush jr. Obama was at war with 11 nations, all while being seen as some sort of saint by the vast majority of the globe.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        He expanded globohomo

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Its amazing comparing what Obama could have been to what he actually was. He had so much potential clout to work with. You can't just blame the Republicans for the unpopularity he had with one part of the country. There were means he could have used for damage control, or even to appeal to them, which he never used. "cling to their guns" etc, that was his understanding of them lol. He saw half the country thorugh the lense of stereotypes you picked up in college in the 80s/90s. That was probably the real reason for the polarization of his term, along with the idiotic smart liberal vs bush retard cultural craze of the 2000s, which probably did a lot to divide the country along meaningless partisan lines.

        But yeah Obama is a joke of a president from both sides. From the right wing, he appeared clumsily incapable of understanding ordinary flyover ppl "folks hyuck huck" etc, from the more liberal progressive his health plan acually supplanted a much superior one that McCain of all people had. He spent years on that nonentity of a plan, and the Repulbicans spent as much time opposing it for nonsense reasons because they refused to propose something better. I guess it gave both sides something minor to fight over as a spectacle.

        The very last bit of "one America" credit Obama had he threw overboard when he swallowed the modern racial retardation whole. No matter your opinion on this ideology, it shows that he was nothing more than a shifty demagogue all along. How could he not have known about these things before the rest of the country? He was heavily involved in university groups and community planning, where these thoughts were present for years before the whites who voted for him ever heard of them. Either he rejected them then and suddenly changed his mind or he was hiding his opinions all this time.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Somehow Trump was an even bigger joke

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Discussing Obama
            >BUT DRUMPF
            its been nearly 7 years anon.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Thread is about presidents

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                That specific chain was about Obama
                >Okay, here's how Obama was a bad president
                >BUT DRUMPF
                Make your own reply to

                elucidating why drumpf is le bad, rather than going "yeh but drumpf" in response to a criticism of another president.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Seething trumptard

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I'm not even american, retard.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Okay Jose

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          good post I can't add much but I think that was a good post

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >make shitty healthcare plan
          >republicans are forced to oppose it because it is utter shit
          >they gradually forget the reason why they opposed it in the first place and slowly shift to being the party that is against public healthcare plans in general
          Genius move from Obummer, not gonba lie

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Nixon
      >not in tragic hero

      >Lincoln
      >not in overall negative

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Good list

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Madison
      failed to do what Adams and Jefferson had done before him- straddle the line between the war party its opponents to keep the young government out of a foolish war
      >Jackson
      there isn't much reason to rate Jackson so highly as a president. He was an extraordinary person, had a lot of feats in his life, but that doesn't mean his presidency was particularly good. There's reason at all to think the democratic reforms he encouragd actually improved the country.
      Props for Cleveland and Johnson in positive tho best chart ive seen in a while

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >but that doesn't mean his presidency was particularly good
        >is the only president to completely pay off the debt
        >most years of his presidency saw budget surpluses
        >settled the nullification crisis perfectly
        >discovered Antarctica
        >tamed the southeast for productive settlers and spearheaded the movement to push westward and annex texas
        >increased trade between england, russia, spain and the ottoman empire and opened relations with thailand
        >spearheaded the idea of the homestead acts
        >began the first push for expanded suffrage in the nation
        >funded more internal improvements than his six predecessors combined
        >modernized the navy
        >settled multiple spoliation claims giving the nation millions of dollars in reparations

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      JFK was a socialist retard.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      JFK was a papist-commie spy and got what he deserved

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >trump
      >not traitor tier
      He encouraged thousands of his followers to attack Capitol Hill because he believed in a conspiracy theory.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Okay, HASHren the BANNED.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Theodore Roosevelt not in Made America Great
      >Truman in overall negative
      >Herbert Hoover not in Traitor list but FDR is
      >Taft not in a separate tier for Apple Pie
      >Harding not in Negative or just outright Traitor
      who ever made this tier list is a fag

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        If it weren't for Harding your boy Taft would have never been in the court.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          This isn’t the “gotcha” you think it is

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    nixon

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Lincoln is the only correct answer
    >self made man
    >witty
    >brilliant politician
    >soldier
    >psychic warrior and vampire hunter

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      As a young man, Lincoln was the best wrestler in the county, and I’d imagine frontier wrestling was something akin to MMA.

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It certainly isn't LBJ, I mean why would anyone think to pick him and endlessly rant their nonsense on a Mongolian cave painting board.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >twatter
      >10.6k
      Lowest IQ on earth. Truly we live clown world.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        they liked it because they found it funny dumb dumb

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >It certainly isn't LBJ, I mean why would anyone think to pick him and endlessly rant their nonsense on a Mongolian cave painting board.

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The shortest, yet the greatest

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The guy who succeeded lincoln.

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Master W.O.O.D.R.O.W.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      A scholar, a gentleman and a true patrician.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >revived the Klan from the brink
      Unironically based beyond belief

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      A scholar, a gentleman and a true patrician.

      Based

      >Madison
      failed to do what Adams and Jefferson had done before him- straddle the line between the war party its opponents to keep the young government out of a foolish war
      >Jackson
      there isn't much reason to rate Jackson so highly as a president. He was an extraordinary person, had a lot of feats in his life, but that doesn't mean his presidency was particularly good. There's reason at all to think the democratic reforms he encouragd actually improved the country.
      Props for Cleveland and Johnson in positive tho best chart ive seen in a while

      >to keep the young government out of a foolish war
      Retarded take. US would have been fine in 1812 if Jefferson hadn’t been a massive sperg about “muh military” while sucking Nappy’s dictator dick

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >US would have been fine in 1812 if Jefferson hadn’t been a massive sperg about “muh military
        That wasn't just Jefferson's position though, that was the positin of his party. The controversy relating to the maintenance of a standing army has a long history in the discourses of liberty going back hundreds of years to Cromwell. He did not invent that idea, and many people did not yet see that a militia could not compete with the new uniform standing armies, however large it may be.
        Gallatin and Madison went right along with Jefferson. Gallatin balanced the budget of the nation by subtracting naval funds for the first few years of Jefferson.

        Fact is both Adams and Jefferson, despite massive pressure to go to war with either France or England held back from war. Madison did not and the result shook the union to its foundations.

        >but that doesn't mean his presidency was particularly good
        >is the only president to completely pay off the debt
        >most years of his presidency saw budget surpluses
        >settled the nullification crisis perfectly
        >discovered Antarctica
        >tamed the southeast for productive settlers and spearheaded the movement to push westward and annex texas
        >increased trade between england, russia, spain and the ottoman empire and opened relations with thailand
        >spearheaded the idea of the homestead acts
        >began the first push for expanded suffrage in the nation
        >funded more internal improvements than his six predecessors combined
        >modernized the navy
        >settled multiple spoliation claims giving the nation millions of dollars in reparations

        >is the only president to completely pay off the debt
        I mean Jefferson nearly did that but something even better came up- territorial expansion
        >settled the nullification crisis perfectly
        It was not settled at all. South Carolina simply gave in becaue it was alone and isolated. Nullification was widely touted by both sides and was one of the causes of the civil war. Completely failed to solve it.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >Madison did not and the result shook the union to its foundations.
          And came out the better for it
          I’m not here to argue the details or theoretical basis for a standing army, I’m saying Jefferson is absolute bottom-tier for letting the Navy rot under his presidency (thankfully they just straight up ignored him or the entire War would have been lost), “muh democratic gun boats”, chimping out over Adams and Washington’s “monarchism” and then sucking Nappy’s dick for 8 straight years, and just generally being a massive sperg of a hypocrite
          Madison also, despite being a manlet bookworm, actually hopped on a horse while DC was under attack and did his best to confer with his generals, whereas Jefferson, while governor of colonial Virginia, literally did nothing to protect his state from the Bri’ish and then ran away with his dick tucked between his legs. Madison will forever rank higher than Sally Hemming’s baby daddy for that alone

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >Gallatin nearly did that
          ftfy
          Jefferson was the most financially retarded president in the countries entire history

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >nearly
          Doesn't count.
          >South Carolina simply gave in becaue it was alone and isolated
          Because Jackson lowered the tariff and threatened to destroy them. They didn't just come to heel because of shits and giggles, they were very belligerent people.
          >Nullification was widely touted by both sides and was one of the causes of the civil war. Completely failed to solve it.
          Because the idea of nullification and secession itself wasn't settled until after the Civil War doesn't mean that the Nullification Crisis wasn't solved by Jackson, brainlet.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Because Jackson lowered the tariff and threatened to destroy them. They didn't just come to heel because of shits and giggles, they were very belligerent people.
            And this did nothing to get rid of nullification as a doctrine. The state simply wasn't prepared to secede over a tariff when they had so many options. It had nothing to do with some master plan by Jackson. Actually he gave in to them while blustering against them, thereby encouraging nullification threats in the future.

            Okay, he "solved" a crisis by doing what anyone else would have done. Great point retard lmao

            As for the budget, he would have done the same thing as Jeffreson in Jefferson's shoes. The idea of Jackson passing up western territory is insane

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >he would have done the same thing as Jeffreson in Jefferson's shoes.
              holy KEK
              Jackson would have just taken it, and Florida along with it. Only Jefferson was enough of a cuck to pay for land that France could do literally nothing to protect

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >holy KEK
                >Jackson would have just taken it, and Florida along with it.
                are you retarded

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                not anon, but....

                Hang on, the way the song describes it, maybe he could:

                Then again, music told us that Davy Crocket killed a bear at 3; and went on to metallurgy.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Not an argument homosexual
                I bet you’re the “Nappy would have sailed from Europe to burn down DC” homosexual

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                If the US invaded highly likely it'd get fucking invaded by the brits too

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                The Brits were hogtied by Napoleon retard

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >And this did nothing to get rid of nullification as a doctrine
              Nobody has argued otherwise, you giga retard. The conversation was specifically about the Nullification Crisis.
              >The state simply wasn't prepared to secede over a tariff when they had so many options
              Except they literally were, which is why this is an event we're discussing in the first place.
              >It had nothing to do with some master plan by Jackson
              Find one person saying he had a "master plan"
              >Actually he gave in to them while blustering against them, thereby encouraging nullification threats in the future.
              Completely false. Jackson principally opposed high tariffs and opposed the bill before it was signed. He was never not going to reduce it. And when they threatened nullification anyway, that's when he threatened to destroy them. The idea that Jackson, the man who projected strength and compromise came out looking like the pussy and not South Carolina is the biggest load of revisionist Dixie cope I've heard in a long time.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Except they literally were,
                Nope, they were bluffing tard
                >e man who projected strength and compromise came out looking like the pussy
                "looking like a pussy" yeah thats how you rate a president lmao

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Booooo. Down with Wilson this dry old fartbag

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    These 2 made Amtrak and Conrail which prevented the total collapse of American railroading in the East Coast, and for that I am thankful

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Read and wheap /n/igger homosexual

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >From the earliest days of the nation, the loose and strict constructionists argued, most notably over centralized banking. Thomas Jefferson insisted the Constitution did not allow a national bank, Alexander Hamilton claimed it was allowed under the currency clause. Hamilton also took a fairly broad reading of the general welfare clause, claiming it could be used to justify Federal infrastructure projects. Jefferson also disagreed. Still, it must be stressed that Federalist leaders such as Hamilton and John Marshall would still be aghast at how the general welfare, commerce, and necessary and proper clauses have been misused since the 20th century to create entire armadas of unconstitutional Federal laws, spending, and agencies, much of them patronage handouts to the party currently in power. The Supreme Court justices appointed by FDR added yet more fantastical doctrines such as the "could theoretically affect interstate commerce" doctrine of Wickard vs Filburn. I've joked to one of my students that I could be fined by the government if I had a head cold, sneezed, my neighbor caught my cold, and then he went across the state line, ate at a restaurant, and accidentally dripped snot into the salad bar, forcing the restaurant to close the salad bar to clean up the snot, as it being closed could theoretically affect interstate commerce.

    >Among the list of Federal agencies with no constitutional grounding to speak of include the EPA, Department of Education, NHTSA, Department of Agriculture, HUD, FDA, and DEA. If the states had balls, they would arrest, fine, and evict any EPA or DEA agents who enter their borders.

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Texas is the most recently admitted state in which the Federal government did not illegally retain pieces of its territory. Nearly the entire national park system constitutes such illegally taken land.

    >It is therefore extremely ironic that Thomas Jefferson led what became the forerunner of the Democrat Party, given that it has been the principle instigator behind gross expansion of Federal authority and that FDR of all people honored him and put his face on one of our coins.

  22. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I have several favorites

    Top of the list:
    GHW Bush
    Nixon

    Also included:
    L Johnson
    TR
    Reagan

    Remembering that favorite doesn't mean best

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Johnson
      >Nixon
      >Reagan
      Explain

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Nixon Johnson and Bush go toward my liking presidents who actually know how to do the job. These three were experts at their trade; though Bush was more the quiet type.

        Johnson in particular, is the only reason Kennedy has a legacy, since K had fucked it all up in process; and J fixed it all later when he was P

        Reagan... right guy at the right time; allowed us to forgive ourselves for losing vietnam; to cancel out guilt on the 60's, and to get back to making money

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Based take oldfag
          >I was emotionally involved in Watergate
          In what way? Please share more of your wisdom

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Back in elementary school; still young enough to come home for lunch. Used to eat my PBJ in front of the TV, so I got to watch the hearings.

            Didn't understand them at that age, but the watergate question dominated politics for the next decade, so it was like everywhere and everything.

            The problem is that he was caught fair and square. The american people loved his ass; but there was still enough morality that said if he was honestly guilty he musts honestly go.

            So it broke our hearts. You knew he had to go, but you so much wanted him to be not guilty.

            When agnew was kicked out after getting caught for bribery, who would become VP became an essential question because everyone knew nixon would probably have to resign eventually.

            At the announcement (which nixon didn't tell them in advance), he stalled them for minutes with them on the edge of their seats.

            As soon as he gave enough of a hint that it was gerald ford, the cheer that was let out was from politicians who were at last sure that the country would make it through. Ford had planned on retiring, and didn't want to be president. Here's the video, the cheers start around the 5:33 mark. (yes, he made them wait 5 minutes, kek).

            I remember where I was when nixon resigned and when ford took office. He was such an old folksy type; he interrupts his own first speech (which, you know, would go down in history) for a side comment. Can't remember where, but it's something like (...and, if I could meet you later, we can talk...)

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Thank you oldfag. You are a treasure trove of wisdom and insight

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I am a collector of stories; and I have a memory like a sponge. Can't remember names, but I never forget a good story.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Exceedingly based

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                1988 election. Mike Dukakas, a liberals liberal, is well behind. He needs something that makes him look tough a commander-in-chief-ish.

                So he decides to do a photo op riding in a tank (or armored vehicle). Big mistake. He was wearing one of the new helmets, which made him look like a little boy, and looked a lot like the guy in a popular comedy called spaceballs.

                His staff told him not to do it, and he did it anyway. When he came out, the entire washington press corp burst out into laughing, some doubling over.

                The story of the tank event:
                https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2013/11/dukakis-and-the-tank-099119/

                The IMDB from Spaceballs, which should include at least one picture of him in the oversized darth varer hat:

                https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0094012/

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                an image from Spaceballs, with a look similar to the candidate in the tank.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                early in the 1988 campaign. Gary Hart is leading the democrat field. He thinks of himself as his generations JFK; and the press are working hard to make the public believe it.

                Totally lost in his ego. He's accused of cheating on his wife, and the press ask him. His answer is:
                > why I have nothing to hide, why don't you follow me, ha ha

                So they do. They follow him. Where they catch him with his girlfriend. Best part...
                > they're on their boat, the "Monkey business"

                https://www.americanheritage.com/node/132685

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >He thinks of himself as his generations JFK
                Jesus
                What led the Dems to go full retard with every single one of their candidates post-LBJ?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                the Camelot myth; thinking that had he lived; he would have done everything perfect, and would have fixed everything.

                But also, the press corp was actively working. My mom's aunt worked for the state department at the time, and they were actively making the choice to avoid all the times JFK was fucking around.

                Even the secret service; who would block Jackie from entering entire wings while he was skinny dipping with the girls.

                Nixon took out the pool. The area is not the White House Briefing room that you always see them in during WH-based press conferences.

                More on the pool:
                https://www.whitehousehistory.org/questions/does-the-white-house-have-a-pool

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Imagine if Trump decided to close down the press corps forever and rebuilt the pool. He would be swimming in the seethe of the press every time he used it.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Back in elementary school; still young enough to come home for lunch. Used to eat my PBJ in front of the TV, so I got to watch the hearings.

            Didn't understand them at that age, but the watergate question dominated politics for the next decade, so it was like everywhere and everything.

            The problem is that he was caught fair and square. The american people loved his ass; but there was still enough morality that said if he was honestly guilty he musts honestly go.

            So it broke our hearts. You knew he had to go, but you so much wanted him to be not guilty.

            When agnew was kicked out after getting caught for bribery, who would become VP became an essential question because everyone knew nixon would probably have to resign eventually.

            At the announcement (which nixon didn't tell them in advance), he stalled them for minutes with them on the edge of their seats.

            As soon as he gave enough of a hint that it was gerald ford, the cheer that was let out was from politicians who were at last sure that the country would make it through. Ford had planned on retiring, and didn't want to be president. Here's the video, the cheers start around the 5:33 mark. (yes, he made them wait 5 minutes, kek).

            I remember where I was when nixon resigned and when ford took office. He was such an old folksy type; he interrupts his own first speech (which, you know, would go down in history) for a side comment. Can't remember where, but it's something like (...and, if I could meet you later, we can talk...)

            OK, fun story... back in the day there was a show called "All in the family"; where with a conservative character archie bunker and his hippie son in law Mike.

            In one episode, archie gets mad that mike is writing a protest letter to nixon, so archie decides to write his own. Being a letter to the PRESIDENT, he showers, combs his hair, and puts on a suit before writing the letter. Can't find the video but this episode:

            https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0509956/

            Now the funny part... nixon is flipping channels one night and lands on the program, he think's it's some freaky shit and starts talking to HR haldemnan; who tells him about the episode I jsut mentioned. The whole thing is caught on the watergate tapes, and can be heard here:

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >the last six Roman emperors were fags

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Gerald Ford was a nice guy, a relatively honest guy, and pretty well liked.

              This is him becoming homer simpsons new neighbor (after George Bush moved out)

              He was also clumsy (tripped a lot) which became the signature thing on the comedy shows.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Nixon Johnson and Bush go toward my liking presidents who actually know how to do the job. These three were experts at their trade; though Bush was more the quiet type.

        Johnson in particular, is the only reason Kennedy has a legacy, since K had fucked it all up in process; and J fixed it all later when he was P

        Reagan... right guy at the right time; allowed us to forgive ourselves for losing vietnam; to cancel out guilt on the 60's, and to get back to making money

        Also with Nixon, he was the first president I have solid memories of; I was emotionally involved in Watergate; and his life is just such a Shakespearian tragedy

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          man am I not the oldest guy here now?

  23. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    More pies, your grace?

  24. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The one and only. Modern ~~*opinion*~~ of him is undeservedly low.

  25. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    (Generations according to Strauss-Howe)
    >Liberty Generation - 1724-1741:
    George Washington (b. 1732)
    John Adams (b. 1735)
    >Republican Generation - 1742-1766:
    Thomas Jefferson (b. 1743)
    James Madison (b. 1751)
    James Monroe (b. 1758)
    >Compromise Generation - 1767-1791:
    John Quincy Adams (b. 1767)
    Andrew Jackson (b. 1767)
    Martin Van Buren (b. 1782)
    William Henry Harrison (b. 1773)
    John Tyler (b. 1790)
    Zachary Taylor (b. 1784)
    James Buchanan (b. 1791)
    >Transcendental Generation - 1792-1821:
    James K. Polk (b. 1795)
    Millard Fillmore (b. 1800)
    Franklin Pierce (b. 1804)
    Abraham Lincoln (b. 1809)
    Andrew Johnson (b. 1808)
    >Gilded Generation - 1822-1842:
    Ulysses S. Grant (b. 1822)
    Rutherford B. Hayes (b. 1822)
    James A. Garfield (b. 1831)
    Chester A. Arthur (b. 1829)
    Grover Cleveland (b. 1837)
    Benjamin Harrison (b. 1833)
    >Progressive Generation - 1843-1859:
    William McKinley (b. 1843)
    Theodore Roosevelt (b. 1858)
    William Howard Taft (b. 1857)
    Woodrow Wilson (b. 1856)
    >Missionary Generation - 1860-1882:
    Warren G. Harding (b. 1865)
    Calvin Coolidge (b. 1872)
    Herbert Hoover (b. 1874)
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (b. 1882)
    >Lost Generation - 1883-1900:
    Harry S. Truman (b. 1884)
    Dwight D. Eisenhower (b. 1890)
    >Greatest Generation - 1901-1924:
    John F. Kennedy (b. 1917)
    Lyndon B. Johnson (b. 1908)
    Richard Nixon (b. 1913)
    Gerald Ford (b. 1913)
    Jimmy Carter (b. 1924)
    Ronald Reagan (b. 1911)
    George H.W. Bush (b. 1924)
    >Silent Generation - 1925-1942:
    Joe Biden (b. 1942)
    >Baby Boomer Generation - 1943-1960:
    Bill Clinton (b. 1946)
    George W. Bush (b. 1946)
    Donald Trump (b. 1946)
    >Generation X - 1961-1981:
    Barack Obama (b. 1961)

    Which Generation has produced the best presidents?

  26. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Move aside homosexuals, only correct tier coming through

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