HOOTIE wrote:I didn't really care for the list. Carter and Ford were the bottom 2 imo.
The president doesn't effect the economy as much as people think.
Carter was an aweful president.
Franklin Pierce and James Buchanan pretty much lead to the Civil War, while Andrew Johnson screwed up reconstruction, so those three do deserve their rankings as the bottom 3.
Nixon despite being a terrible person did do some good for the country and was extremely popular before Watergate, so he probably deserves to be higher. especially His "Public Persuasion" ranking (#21) is way off, in 1972 he won every state except Massachusetts.
How is JFK 11th in Moral Authority?
"I do not think baseball of today is any better than it was 30 years ago... I still think Radbourne is the greatest of the pitchers." John Sullivan 1914-Old athletes never change.