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    Presidents ranked by political scientists

    Here are the greatest U.S. presidents as ranked by the American Political Science Association:

    1: Abraham Lincoln

    2: George Washington

    3: Franklin Delano Roosevelt

    4: Teddy Roosevelt

    5: Thomas Jefferson

    6: Harry Truman

    7: Dwight Eisenhower

    8: Barack Obama

    9: Ronald Reagan

    10: Lyndon B. Johnson

    11: Woodrow Wilson

    12: James Madison

    13: Bill Clinton

    14: John Adams

    15: Andrew Jackson

    16: John F. Kennedy

    17: George H.W. Bush

    18: James Monroe

    19: William McKinley

    20: James Polk

    21: Ulysses S. Grant

    22: William Howard Taft

    23: John Quincy Adams

    24: Grover Cleveland

    25: Gerald Ford

    26: Jimmy Carter

    27: Martin Van Buren

    28: Calvin Coolidge

    29: Rutherford B. Hayes

    30: George W. Bush

    31: Chester Arthur

    32: Benjamin Harrison

    33: Richard Nixon

    34: James Garfield

    35: Zachary Taylor

    36: Herbert Hoover

    37: John Tyler

    38: Millard Fillmore

    39: Warren Harding

    40: Andrew Johnson

    41: Franklin Pierce

    42: William Harrison

    43: James Buchanan

    44: Donald Trump

    Color me shocked
    “Religion is an insult to human dignity. Without it you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things.
    But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.” ― Steven Weinberg

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by XD40scinNC View Post
    Here are the greatest U.S. presidents as ranked by the American Political Science Association:

    1: Abraham Lincoln

    2: George Washington

    3: Franklin Delano Roosevelt

    4: Teddy Roosevelt

    5: Thomas Jefferson

    6: Harry Truman

    7: Dwight Eisenhower

    8: Barack Obama

    9: Ronald Reagan

    10: Lyndon B. Johnson

    11: Woodrow Wilson

    12: James Madison

    13: Bill Clinton

    14: John Adams

    15: Andrew Jackson

    16: John F. Kennedy

    17: George H.W. Bush

    18: James Monroe

    19: William McKinley

    20: James Polk

    21: Ulysses S. Grant

    22: William Howard Taft

    23: John Quincy Adams

    24: Grover Cleveland

    25: Gerald Ford

    26: Jimmy Carter

    27: Martin Van Buren

    28: Calvin Coolidge

    29: Rutherford B. Hayes

    30: George W. Bush

    31: Chester Arthur

    32: Benjamin Harrison

    33: Richard Nixon

    34: James Garfield

    35: Zachary Taylor

    36: Herbert Hoover

    37: John Tyler

    38: Millard Fillmore

    39: Warren Harding

    40: Andrew Johnson

    41: Franklin Pierce

    42: William Harrison

    43: James Buchanan

    44: Donald Trump

    Color me shocked
    As soon as I saw Ike and BO in front of Reagan and Woodrow Wilson anywhere in the top 25 then I knew this list was sketchy. Woodrow Wilson in front of Clinton and JFK is some funny stuffPresidents ranked by political scientistsPresidents ranked by political scientists🤣. Was this an onion story?

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  4. One would almost think that the OP is a Trump hater .

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    Quote Originally Posted by niceshootintex View Post
    Was this an onion story?
    Nope!
    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/...ey/2857075002/
    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...46uVOx9RhFcFj4
    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...isQMOpfrfBmU-j

    I notice you don't cast the same doubt or scrutiny for things that Ops posts..... just saying
    “Religion is an insult to human dignity. Without it you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things.
    But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.” ― Steven Weinberg

  6. Quote Originally Posted by Nodpete View Post
    One would almost think that the OP is a Trump hater .
    I didn't even bother talking about it based on OP past history and with 45 only being at the 1/4 point in his presidency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niceshootintex View Post
    I didn't even bother talking about it based on OP past history and with 45 only being at the 1/4 point in his presidency.

    The Place to Be
    44th is as low as he can go, and he's over half way through his failed presidency.
    “Religion is an insult to human dignity. Without it you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things.
    But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.” ― Steven Weinberg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nodpete View Post
    One would almost think that the OP is a Trump hater .
    No, I am an American that believes the the US Constitution, and this ******* lying bastard is a traitor.

    I noticed you didn't respond in the other thread.... nothing to counter my point that the stock market has been stagnant for the past 14 months, and that Trump has increased the deficit over $2 Trillion in only 2 years?
    “Religion is an insult to human dignity. Without it you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things.
    But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.” ― Steven Weinberg

  9. No, I did not respond to that post because as they say " I do not suffer fools gladly". As much as I didn't care for obama, I didn't hate him to the degree that you hate Trump. It's not healthy to be like that. Hope you enjoyed President's Day yesterday in honor of Mr. Trump !

  10. Quote Originally Posted by XD40scinNC View Post
    44th is as low as he can go, and he's over half way through his failed presidency.
    The problem will likely be that no one in the current field of Democrat competitors will be able to distance themselves from the very far left policies they're embracing. My SIL is a liberal with nary a clue most days and she is already decrying their field of useful idiots and hoping upon hope that Biden joins the fray.

    Did hear a theory over lunch yesterday that the Democrats are planning another Bernie like takedown. This iteration has Michelle Obama sitting on the sidelines until Democrats are in a progressive food fight with polling showing them all suffering from their socialist rhetoric and then Michelle Obama entering the primary battle with a full war chest and a moderate message. That would be a stick in the spokes for all the current widgets and might be a challenge to an incumbent with a flourishing economy.

    None of their current crop stands a chance in 2020 if they keep being honest about their intentions to transform America into a socialist state. They should just lie like every other politician until they get elected and stop talking about this Green New Deal or they're heading for a McGovern like butt kicking. It's an uphill battle to another loss for Democrats if their message is We Hate Trump and We Love Socialism.

    XD, do you see any of POTUS's potential adversaries in 2020 as a viable option including Schultz?


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    Quote Originally Posted by niceshootintex View Post
    The problem will likely be that no one in the current field of Democrat competitors will be able to distance themselves from the very far left policies they're embracing. My SIL is a liberal with nary a clue most days and she is already decrying their field of useful idiots and hoping upon hope that Biden joins the fray.

    Did hear a theory over lunch yesterday that the Democrats are planning another Bernie like takedown. This iteration has Michelle Obama sitting on the sidelines until Democrats are in a progressive food fight with polling showing them all suffering from their socialist rhetoric and then Michelle Obama entering the primary battle with a full war chest and a moderate message. That would be a stick in the spokes for all the current widgets and might be a challenge to an incumbent with a flourishing economy.

    None of their current crop stands a chance in 2020 if they keep being honest about their intentions to transform America into a socialist state. They should just lie like every other politician until they get elected and stop talking about this Green New Deal or they're heading for a McGovern like butt kicking. It's an uphill battle to another loss for Democrats if their message is We Hate Trump and We Love Socialism.

    XD, do you see any of POTUS's potential adversaries in 2020 as a viable option including Schultz?


    The Place to Be
    Ah yea, a theory over lunch.... Did they start with "this ain't no ****", or I saw this on the internet?

    As for 2002, I'll let things sort out further, I'm more concerned about the lying traitor in office at the moment. The primary here and in TX is still over a year away, and who knows there may be a republican presidential primary, and being registered 'unaffiliated' I can choose which primary to vote in. There might be a republican candidate I could support, just not a lying narcissistic traitor.
    “Religion is an insult to human dignity. Without it you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things.
    But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.” ― Steven Weinberg

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