About Favorite American President and why. Page 3
|November 16th, 2005||#23|
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I think my favorite president is Abe Lincoln because he supported the deaf people like me, I am deaf. But FDR was the best ones. He has been in office for 12 years.
I shall return-
General Douglas MacArthur
|November 16th, 2005||#24|
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William Henry Harrison, because he died before he had a chance to screw anything up.
"The purpose of fighting is to win. There is no possible victory in defense. The sword is more important than the shield and skill is more important than either. The final weapon is the brain. All else is supplemental." - John Steinbeck
|December 8th, 2005||#26|
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Harry Truman, a straight shooter who inherited the job and did just fine.
"The Buck stops here"
"It doesn't take a hero to order men into battle. It takes a hero to be one of those men who goes into battle." - Norman Schwarskopf, Commander of Desert Storm Operations
|December 8th, 2005||#29|
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The best lover of them all! info
John Fitzgerald Kennedy was the greatest president who ever lived.
Fooled ya didn't I - you thought I'd say Clinton! lol
JFK cause he shot for the moon - remember the women who he chose:
First Lady Jackie Kennedy (Onassis) (one of the best looking and classiest first ladies ever).
Sex symbol Marilyn Monroe (one of the most gorgeous women to ever appear in a bathing suit).
Leaving the humor out of the equation, JFK stood resolute when the Missiles of October (Cuba/Russia) crisis was about to cause WWIII. His character, coolness under fire, religion without being flashy about it, and his character place him at the top of the list of presidents that history has judged kindly.
|December 15th, 2005||#30|
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Can't really pick one, but I can narrow it down.
George Washington, Abe Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, and Ronald Reagan.
Washington because he was the first President and set a precedent for all those who followed. Abraham Lincoln because he had the courage to do what needed to be done in holding together the Union and freeing the slaves on top of that. Teddy Roosevelt because he turned the US into a player on the world stage. FDR because he led the US through two of the three most dangerous times in our nation's history. Finally, Reagan because he, and the Pope, were the two people who did most to bring down that "Evil Empire" and defeat the greatest threat the world has ever known and they did so without firing a shot.
Let's not forget, Reagan was recently chosen as "The Greatest American" by a nation wide poll last summer, beating out such notables as Tom Cruise and wtf? TOM CRUISE!? Well, in all honesty, that was pre-mid life crisis/scientologist Tom.
Please note that 98% of what I say is my opinion and/or my "version" of the facts. Most of what I say is rumor with little to no evidence to back it up, just something I picked up somewhere.