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Answered: Who is considered to be the Weakest President in U.S. History?

The worst thing that ever happened to us was the democrat party, that still absolutely stinks of racism and hypocrisy. If it is a hypocrite, it is a democrat. Count on it.

Answered: Should Hillary Clinton be unelectable because she ...

She doesn't have ideas, she has slogans. Hmmmm?

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Mormons are honest people: they aren't racist enough to have tombstones vote for them like Obatso did. Too bad Democrats still burn crosses and club voters with lead pipes, but is that surprising?

Answered: Is the president coming to NYC this week?

To the U>N> I believe. TO the U N,Ibelirve

Answered: Will for President!

I would rather have him then obama

Answered: When was Dwight D Eisenhower president?

He was the 34th President from 1953 to 1961 he was a five star General in the US army. During the Second war he was Supreme Commander of the Allied forces in Europe, with responsibility for planning and supervising the successful invasion of France and Germany in 1944-45. In 1951 he became Supreme ...
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10 things you would do if you where President

Finabiscotti, the bust of Churchill was loaned to George W. Bush by Tony Blair as a reminder of American-British solidarity after 9/11 and the loan was for the remainder of Bush's presidency. Asa far as Obama's returning it to the British ambassador and replacing it with a bust of his hero ...

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That you! Mr. Drip....Great info to I didn't think it was that young in 1776.......Two thumbs up Buddy! George

Who was the best president in your opinion and why

Hands down Ronald Reagan...well here we go again...Tear down that wall...fuzzy math... He made you proud to be an American...times have changed

Next President 2009

No, I don't think so, based on the statistical likelihood of sons of Presidents becoming President. There is no reason to think that the Kennedy name is special, or that their progeny would have a special 'in' to the office of the Presidency.