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Greatest US president of all time (in your opinion)
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Topic title is pretty self-explanatory.

But please:

-Keep the thread clean. No threats or mudslinging allowed.

-Respect each other's decision.

Personally, I think Theodore Roosevelt is the greatest POTUS of all time. He believed in progress, loved nature, and took on trusts and monopolies to promote a genuine free market.
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It's a toss up between Lincoln and FDR for me.
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Washington was the first Hokage.
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I'll have to say FDR.
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LONGNAMEYOUWONTMISS wrote:

It's a toss up between Lincoln and FDR for me.


Yep likewise for me.
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https://youtu.be/nGCuDDAPggw
not really tho, I just think it's a fun song.
I'll say Nixon.
JFK gets an honorable mention, he could have been legend, unfortunately, he didn't live long enough to accomplish what he could have.
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Lincoln
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President Harding
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All time: Lincoln is the only rational choice for me.

Best of my lifetime: Obama (not that he has any real competition)

Most underrated: Eisenhower
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Michformer wrote:Personally, I think Theodore Roosevelt is the greatest POTUS of all time. He believed in progress, loved nature, and took on trusts and monopolies to promote a genuine free market.


And even inspired the Teddy Bear: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teddy_bear#History
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Lincoln.
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Thomas Jefferson.



Or George Washington.

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George Washington

can't beat them apple trees
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The one and only Abe.
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