|Quoting N1120A (Reply 4):|
It is pretty close between the current one, George W. Bush and Dwight Eisenhower, to whom most of the problems of today and yesterday (Iran, Israel, Vietnam) can be attributed.
Here we go... it only took til reply number 4 and one of the usual suspects comes up with the typical answer.
On the other hand...
|Quoting FlyDeltaJets87 (Reply 19):|
James Buchanan have to be up there (or rather, down there) too.
My compliments FlyDeltaJets87, you took a long-term view of history and came up with probably the best answer to the question as far as the US goes. I couldn't agree with you more. Without a doubt the worst US president was James Buchanan, a man so partisan he allowed the US to descend into Civil War. His inaction has him down at the bottom in my book and more scholarly ranks as well. Close behind him is Warren G. Harding. However corrupt he and his administration were at least the country didn't descend into civil war.
|Quoting Disruptivehair (Reply 248):|
Gore won Florida anyway; Bush and the Supreme Court stole it from him.
That's so laughable I won't even answer. Amazing the delusions people continue to live under.