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Ms. Donna: Apology unnecessary. I appreciate your sincerity & think constructive debate is healthy. I'm not bored! :)

Wallace...totally violationed the U.S. Constitution backed Civil Rights Act guaranteeing life, liberty & pursuit of happiness for ALL Americans regardless of race... Being the U.S. Constitution is the law of the land for ALL Americans, it gives the federal government "delegated authority" to regulate matters concerning ALL OF WE THE PEOPLE.

States rights is "residual power" given so states can tailor what's already Constitution law to fit their regional lifestyles. States rights are supplementary rights that don't go against (rebel) but parallel (favors) Constitutional rights for ALL.
---Leon on 4/16/10


( my apologies to all who may be bored by this debate)

leon,
Wallace entered the Democratic primaries in 1963 campaigning on his opposition to the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and support of states' rights. In Democratic primaries in Wisconsin, Maryland and Indiana, he won a third of the vote in each state. (Obviously, he didn't have nationwide support of ALL Democrats and I didn't mean to imply that! I was talking about his popularity in the SOUTH...thus my many references to his governorship.)

In the South he assuredly represented most Democrats. They were the predominant party in the South. And Democrats were the only party to support segregation.
---Donna66 on 4/16/10


Let me break up this fighting with my choice.

Teddy Roosevelt

Without Teddy, we would have no National Parks, National Monuments, National Forests, or areas for public use. He saved the land of USA for the people of USA.

I love the "rough cut" of the man, and how he did things without apology that he felt were right. Quick and decisive leadership were his greatest attributes.
---Mark_Eaton on 4/16/10


Donna66:

When George Wallace ran in 1964, he did not run as the Democratic party candidate. Lyndon Johnson did. As such, Wallace did not have the support of the majority of Democracts, since Johnson got more votes at the convention.

When he ran again in 1968, he did not run as the Democratic party candidate. Hubert Humphrey did. In fact, Wallace ran as an independent, and not as a Democrat at all.

So your assertion that George Wallace "represented the majority of the Democratic party" was not correct in either of these elections.
---StrongAxe on 4/15/10


\\StrongAxe... He DID run for president.
Wallace ran for president in 1964, speaking against what he called the "civil wrongs" bill\\

Wallace also withdrew from the race in 1964 when Barry Goldwater became the Republican nominee.
---Cluny on 4/15/10




Ms. Donna: "States Rights" (Bill of Rights, 10th Amend of the U.S. Constitution) gives states "residual powers" to supplement & support the overall spirit, & intent of the U.S. Constitution, e.g., state constitutions & laws. States have the right to stand against "actions that clearly violate the U.S. Constitution". The U.S. Government also has Constitutionally delegated authority/power to regulate matters as pertains to & affect the overall well-being of the country/nation/states --WE THE PEOPLE. :)

Bottomline: The U.S. Constitution regulates us all. It contains many Bible principles for our daily living. But, just like people twist Bible meanings, they likewise do so with the Constitution.
---Leon on 4/15/10


StrongAxe... He DID run for president.
Wallace ran for president in 1964, speaking against what he called the "civil wrongs" bill. He won enough votes in northern Democratic party primaries to frighten national political leaders and attract widespread media coverage. He repeated this performance as a 1968 third party candidate.
---Donna66 on 4/15/10


John....Your racial prejudice shows throughout all your posts on this site, yet you want us to believe that you had anything to do with the civil rights marches. I do not need to blog for my answer to the civil rights era. I live it! I remember vividly what happened, but you appear to have a selective memory.
---KarenD on 4/15/10


\\leon -- Gov. Geo Wallace ("segregation
now...tomorrow...forever") represented the majority of the Democratic party. He was popular and they even elected his wife governor when term limits kept him from running again.\\

Southern Democrats, aka Dixiecrats, until the 1970's or so, were quite different from their Northern counterparts.

I remember when I was a boy growing up in Birmingham that the Democratic runoff was more important than the general election, at least for state and constitutional office (including US Congress members). Whoever won the runoff automatically won the election, which was a mere formality.
---Cluny on 4/14/10


Donna66:

If George Wallace represented "the majority of the Democratic party", why didn't he run for president on the Democratic ticket? If the majority truly wanted him, they would have chosen him as their candidate. Instead, he ran as an independent, and lost.
---StrongAxe on 4/15/10




John. Indeed God calls every righteous person righteous, WOW! The Truth indeed is awesome! And he is proven to be worthy of all worship and praise! WOW! and again I say WOW! Praise you Jesus! and let everything that has breath praise the Lord!
---Eloy on 4/15/10


Leon, okay, sorry. I'll leave and make no more comments on this blog. Y'all do your Christian thing there and I won't interfere. God bless you.
---ger.toshav on 4/14/10


leon -- Gov. Geo Wallace ("segregation
now...tomorrow...forever") represented the majority of the Democratic party. He was popular and they even elected his wife governor when term limits kept him from running again.

The Democrat party has changed since then, but you can't pretend they weren't the main supporters of segregation at that time.

Another thing that has changed is that States Rights has nothing whatever to do with race, anymore.

The majotity of Southerners, regardless of party, still favor states rights as provided for in the Constitution. They are opposed to heavy handed federal control.
---Donna66 on 4/14/10


Ms. Donna: Democrats "In Name Only". George Wallace, Strom Thurmond & their ilk fervently practiced the same "States Rights*** (SR)" segregation of the racist Dixicrats. The only difference was in the years (1948-49 vs. 1960s) these "so-called" Southern Democrats raised unholy hell in the name of white supremacy.

Today, the cry of SR is just as loud as it was then. Supports of SR now hide behind other issues to push their racist agenda against the President & the government.

Ger.': Can we have a civilized, peaceful difference of opinions here without outside agitation? Thank you! :)

***Opposition to Truman's desegregation of the Armed Forces, etc.
---Leon on 4/14/10


leon--The Dixiecrats were a group that opposed Harry Truman as president and supported states rights. They were a minor 3rd party.
It doesn't matter. The majority of Southerners were Democrats (NOT Dixiecrats) and favored segregation. I know this from my own experience.
---Donna66 on 4/14/10


Whew! A lot of biblical Christian hatred on THIS blog!
---ger.toshav on 4/14/10


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Ms. Donna: Please Google "Dixicrats". There you'll find a plethora of information regarding this hateful, "segregation" avowing Southern white supremacy party that was a break away group from the Democratic party in the South.
---Leon on 4/14/10


KarenD,

I have been Gased, Beaten and jailed marching in many civil rights demostrations during the 60s. I definetely know what I'm talking about here. I was there in the front lines of the Civil Rights movement.

I have a scar on my back to proce it.

But instead of disagreeing with me CHECK THE FACTS I POSTED OF YOURSELF (Wiki/Google etc)

Otherwise we will just be going back and forth.
---John on 4/13/10


John...What you are spouting is ignorance of history. Since I lived through the Civil Rights Era, I will tell you that everything you have posted is not true. If you check your history, you will realize that LBJ passed more Civil Rights legislation than any president. You will also know that Black Americans were given the right to vote and register with any party. They were not all democrats as you say. By the way, I have been voting since the 1960's. How long you been voting? They say that "ignorance is bliss" but your posts are getting way out there.
---KarenD on 4/13/10


John, is your thinking so simplistic and immature as to believe that someone who does not join you in damning and blasting Obama (and what else does calling him "evil" and "antichrist" mean but damning and blasting him?) therefore worships him or thinks he's the messiah?
---Cluny on 4/13/10

Do you prefer more PC terms I.E. Idolize or Admires.

Do you like terms such as "Having an affair" inplace of Adultery

Do you prefer to call it "NO Fault" divorce.

In short do you hide from evil?

Does this reflect you...
1) See NO evil
2) Hear No evil
3) Speak NO evil non-PC words

Sorry "Mr. Conservative" but your "Messiah" has NO clothes!
---John on 4/13/10


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'For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist.'

'AN antichrist not THE antichrist. big difference

how can the antichrist mark the whole world if he does not claim to be god.
the antichrist will claim to be god, then he will deceive the whole world.
---mke on 4/13/10


Leon-- Where did you get your information? I was there!
The South was overwhelmingly Democrat.
I remember Gov. Geo. Wallace, a popular mainstream Democrat, vowing "segregation now, segregation tomorrow and segregation forever" I remember him trying to block the door of the U. of Alabama against black students (also elementary schools in Huntsville). It was televised for all to see. "Dixiecrats?", those who participated were "Democrats and proud of it!"

I remember the cry across the South: "Separate but Equal" and "States Rights", Wallace was a very popular Governor. And when term limits prevented his running again, his wife ran for and won the Governorship.
---Donna66 on 4/13/10


President Kennedy. He had courage. He was not afraid to stand up to our enemies.
---catherine on 4/13/10


\\We all know how moral and "righteous" YOUR Messiah is.
---John on 4/13/10\\

John, is your thinking so simplistic and immature as to believe that someone who does not join you in damning and blasting Obama (and what else does calling him "evil" and "antichrist" mean but damning and blasting him?) therefore worships him or thinks he's the messiah?
---Cluny on 4/13/10


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Trav

the meaning of anti christ is not only 'against' but 'in place of' or a substitute resembling him in a deceptive manner.

jim jones & david koresh were 'christians' but they deceived many. they claimed to be god.
the pope claims to have authority & power had over the church. he claims to be the vicar of christ.

if you think obama is the anti christ, then george bush too bec. he associated himself with the pope.
it is 2010 obama should hurry 'mark'ing the whole world with the infamous mark in rev. so they could buy & sell.
---jim on 4/13/10


Few Blacks know the truth!
---John on 4/11/10

What saddens me is that few Black Americans are even aware of these facts I posted.

Sadly, they have been brainwashed by Jesse Jackson and the naaLcp(L=Liberal) (AKA: The Klan with the Tan) who oppress and denigrad Black Americans to insure their own power.

Finally, I have seen the light at the end of this tunnel, as more and more Black Americans are waking up to the truth.

Many are now Tea-partiers and die hard conservatives. Many have formed Minute Men Groups as well.

To all this I say AMEN BROTHERS!!!
---John on 4/13/10


Trav, you give two Biblical quotations. Could you assist the others of us - how do these connect with the debate about Obama? Any assist here? I would be split between Lincoln and Roosevelt as favoourite
---peter3594 on 4/13/10


Little known flack: 1.) Contrary to popular opinion, Bill Clinton wasn't the 1st black president. Warren G. Harding was (kinda sorta). 2.) President Alfred E. Newman's VP, Bobby McFerrin, wrote & sang the pop song "Don't Worry, Be Happy" after he & Newman left office.

:)
---Leon on 4/13/10


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"History is re-written by those who think...Democrats favored racial integration..." Donna, 4/10

Not exactly Ms. Donna. :) Dixiecrats, a dissenting/break away group of Democrats in the South, formed the States' Rights Party in 1948 in opposition to the presidential run of "Democrat" Harry Truman & the civil rights stand of the overall Democratic Party. The Dixiecrats were a far right, Southern white supremacist party based on antisemitism & opposition to racial integration with African-Americans.

Tea anyone?! :)
---Leon on 4/13/10


John, Thus it is with the ungenerate, that whom you call "evil", God calls "righteous".
---Eloy on 4/12/10

WOW! Just when you think you heard it all, Eloy comes up with the most ludicrous statement I have ever read.

"G-d calls Obama Righteous!" WOW!!!

No further comment is needed to be wasted for that statement.

We all know how moral and "righteous" YOUR Messiah is.
---John on 4/13/10


Obama doesn't have the spiritual significance to be antichrist.
---Cluny on 4/13/10

He qualify's as an "anti-christ" like atheist the blogger here qualify's. Regretfully the head of the most powerful country in the world....he is quite an influence and provides a protected support base for all "anti-christ".
1 John 4:3
And every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is not of God: and this is that spirit of antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should come, and even now already is it in the world.
2 John 1:7
For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist.
---Trav on 4/13/10


\\Jesus has nothing to do with an Evil Man!

And G-d wil judge those who worship this antichrist!!!
---JOhn on 4/12/10\\

John, do you expect us to believe that you were born already righteous and saved? Since you were not, then you were evil, and by your own standards, Jesus has nothing to do with you.

Obama doesn't have the spiritual significance to be antichrist.
---Cluny on 4/13/10


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John, Our Lord God Jesus commands us to give honor where honor is due, and this includes the righteous President of the United States of America. Now "honor" to the nonChristian may be misjudged as "worship", yet honor is not the samething as worship. Just as we are also commanded by the Lord God Jesus to love our enemies, and to love others as we would want others to love us, so too this "love" also is not the samething as "worship": For we the saints from Christ worship only our Christ Jesus, the proven Perfect one and Most High God, and no other can we worship.
---Eloy on 4/13/10


Jim --

roosevelt still had 12 years of presidency
AFTER WHICH the twenty-second amendment (term limits) was promptly written and passed.
---Donna66 on 4/12/10


John, Thus it is with the ungenerate, that whom you call "evil", God calls "righteous".
---Eloy on 4/12/10


trav

ronald reagan supported dictators like saddam hussein, marcos, & noriega. and with military support those dicators killed thousands who opposed these dictators.
---mike on 4/12/10


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donna66

even though that it was not roosevelts policies that did not brought america out of the depression, many were greatful for the jobs created, homes saved.

roosevelt still had 12 years of presidency.
---jim on 4/12/10


to john

and george bush was not evil? he neglected the intel on osama & 911, lied about the wmds, lied about the iraq & connection with osama.
then awarded his cronies for the rebuilding of iraq.
---mike on 4/12/10


President Barack Obama that my Lord Jesus Christ will continue to be with him in all his decisions and endeavors, help him mightily, and keep him safeguarded from the bigots.
---Eloy on 4/12/10

LOL!!!

Jesus has nothing to do with an Evil Man!

And G-d wil judge those who worship this antichrist!!!
---JOhn on 4/12/10


the presidents of high regard to me are: George Washington. Then the 4th one, Abraham Lincoln. Then not until the 21st one later, Richard Nixon, was there an active president who made peace talks and negotiations with our foreign neighbors, and unfortunately he got wrongly blamed for alot of our American boys dying in Viet Nam and was wrongly scandalized with watergate tapes. Then the 7th president after him, Barack Obama, he is very dynamic and doing great things for restoring our country and repairing our broken health system just as he promised. My prayers are truly with President Barack Obama that my Lord Jesus Christ will continue to be with him in all his decisions and endeavors, help him mightily, and keep him safeguarded from the bigots.
---Eloy on 4/12/10


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Do you mean your favorite king that we call "president"? Senators and Congressmen = princes. You get the picture, or at least, one day you will. In the end, we will all bow to the only King (President) there ever was and ever will be.

Conspiracy theorist...yes. Before you judge...let me present one thing and ask a question. Chapter 3 of Genesis was full of conspiracy. So, do you think the Serpent, Adam, and Eve were done when Adam and Eve moved to East of Eden Lane?
---aka_joseph on 4/11/10


I also like Millard Fillmore. He opened up Japan for trade with the West in 1853.
---ger.toshav on 4/11/10


Jesus Christ for President. I am looking forward to the soon return of the Lord. Acts 3:19-20, 15:16-17, Colossians 3:4, 1John 2:28, 3:2., Revelations 19:11-16, 22:20.
---Glenn on 4/11/10


Re the Civil war...the South felt their state rights were being threatened. And it's true, they were. The North didn't want to lose half the country, especially to perpetuate an unjust practice like slavery.

It was a horrible war. More men were killed in the Civil War than all of America's other wars combined (many were lost to disease) It practically decimated a whole generation.

We are not a "democracy" and never have been. Chaos would reign if we were.
But we were, and are, a Democratic Republic.
---Donna66 on 4/11/10


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Leon, I'm totally with you. Don't let these crazy white history revisionists get away with anything. They are just plain wacky.
---ger.toshav on 4/11/10


Also Donna66.

The KKK was the official Branch of the Democratic Party(in the Enclypedias)It was the Terrorist arm used to Prevent Blacks and whites who helped them, from acheiving freedom.

FACTS...

Blacks could only vote as Republicans until 1960s. Democrats did not allow Black folks.

MLK was a Conservative Republican!

THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT WAS WRITTEN AND PASSED BY THE CONSERVATIVE REPUBLICANS AGAINST OVERWHELMING OPPOSITION AND ATTEMPTED FILABUSTER OF THE DEMOCRATS TO STOP IT!!!

Under Ronald Reagan Black Americans achieved the highest and fastest social economic growth of any race in the entire history of Mankind!

Al Gore's Dad was THE Grand Wizard of the KKK

Few Blacks know the truth!
---John on 4/11/10


\\Cluny ---History is re-written by those who think that Democrats favored racial integration. It was the Democrats who championed "separate but equal" and blocked the schoolhouse doors. I know because I remember it quite well.
---Donna66 on 4/10/10\\

Oh, I do, too Donna66.

I was nearly 13 when King came to Birmingham. There's a side to that story that most people don't know, but I won't tell it here, as it would take too many words.
---Cluny on 4/11/10


Cluny: "I grew up in Alabama." .... And you told me you were from Middle Earth! I too am from the South. We live in a conquered nation, occupied by an opressive and dominating power. (That's what I like to tell the liberals who complain about the USA "occupying" Iraq.)
---jerry6593 on 4/11/10


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Ronald Reagan,

Mary, If you read on Lincoln you will probably conclude he was worst president ever.
He ended states rights and has been the one who established Federal rule.
Lincoln never cared about the plight of slaves. His plan was to ship them back to Africa He is the beginning of the end of our democrasy.
---John on 4/9/10

Well I'm with your majority on Reagan. Licoln, killed thousands...just to get re-elected. He was sending the africans home, met a delegation of them asking him his reasoning. Which reasoning was logical and far seeing in wisdom. Most Americans are not aware of this fact of history.

We are a republic, though...not a democracy. Say the pledge of Allegiance...you'll hear the word.
---Trav on 4/11/10


Cluny ---History is re-written by those who think that Democrats favored racial integration. It was the Democrats who championed "separate but equal" and blocked the schoolhouse doors. I know because I remember it quite well.
---Donna66 on 4/10/10


Donna: My great-great grandfather...was in servitude (slavery) on a plantation in Georgia until his freedom came by way of Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation. So, African-Americans in general appreciate Mr. Lincoln.

Cluny: You can believe the Civil War wasn't about slavery if you want. But, the truth of the matter is abolishing immoral slavery was an economic shortfall the South dreaded. Sure, the South wanted to secede from the Union only so they could keep their unpaid slave workforce & continue to live the aristocratic lifestyles they'd grown accustom to.

Yes, the love of money is the root of all evil. Also, pride goes before destruction, & a haughty spirit before a fall. That sir is what the Civil War was all about!
---Leon on 4/10/10


Ol' John's trying to rewrite history for us, trying to tell us that moral and political issues are mutually exclusive. I think he's read a little too much Marx. It is extremely doubtful that the Civil War would have happened if no one in the USA thought that slavery had no moral character, good or bad...
---ger.toshav on 4/10/10


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The Civil War wasn't really about slavery, but about secession (originally a Yankee idea) and preserving the Union.

General Robert E. Lee was actually AGAINST slavery, but believed in Virginia's right to secede.

Union general Sheridan, OTOH, was against secession, but believed in slavery and keeping blacks as second class citizens.

I grew up in Alabama. Until the mid 60's, the Democratic Rooster (not a donkey) on ballots and in voting machines held a ribbon that said, "White Supremacy for the right." This was changed to "Democrats for the right."
---Cluny on 4/10/10


Leon, I'm glad to hear that. I've never heard any African-American, in the North or the South, say so. My great-great grandfather served in the Union Army.
---Donna66 on 4/10/10


If you read the history of Lincoln you would be shocked. I am NOT from the south. Lincoln fought against the slave issue. And could care less about Blacks. His cabinet convince him that if they could elminate the slaves (which the North had as well). they would win the war.

WHY???

Because the North could survive without slaves, but the agricultural South could not. MORAL ETHICS HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH IT.
It was only a tool of war. The slave were fee NOT BECAUSE OF LINCOLN, BUT INSPITE OF LINCOLN.

He was very unpopulsr, because he wanted to force federalism on all the states. This is what we have now as well. Thus the Teaparties.
---John on 4/10/10


Donna66: I'm with you on Washington and Reagan. They were men of honor and integrity, and extolled the virtues of limited government and American exceptionalism. I also like Jefferson for the way he handled the Muslim terrorists of his day. The buffoon we now have in the white house is hardly recognizable as an American at all.
---jerry6593 on 4/10/10


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At your service KarenD. We'll see, won't we? :)

Donna: Despite his having clay feet just like everyone else, African-American southerners...appreciate Mr. Lincoln.
---Leon on 4/10/10


for anyone who does not know, "dead presidents" is another name for money. as in all the presidents that are pictured on bills are not living anymore.
---aka_joseph on 4/9/10


The choice of Abraham Lincoln is interesting. I would choose him, myself. It wasn't until I moved to the South that I discovered those whose heritage is in the South still dislike him, some strongly.

Jim -- It was WWII that brought us out of the great depression (not Roosevelt's policies)
---Donna66 on 4/9/10


The dead president's are my flesh's favorite. But, God warns us about that a plenty.

My answer would be all of them. They were hand picked by God to fulfill biblical prophecy especially towards the N_W_O.
---aka_joseph on 4/9/10


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Yep, like John said, old Abe Lincoln ruined the happy, carefree life of all those black folks picking cotton on the plantations for their masters...
---ger.toshav on 4/9/10


Hard to choose.I was born in '77 so I'm only use to Regan & after. ,but to my memory I liked George bush SR & Jr, & Obama, but if we had 1 to choose I choose the elder, GB senior
---candice on 4/9/10


Leon....You are so funny! Now I'm waiting on other comments on that president!!!! LOL
---KarenD on 4/9/10


JFK and LBJ, but I'm thankful for all of the presidents in my life time and pray for them all. All the other presidents were pre-me.
Not a day goes by that I don't ask for the blood of Jesus to cover our leaders and restrain the enemy.
---larry on 4/9/10


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Harry Truman. He was his own man.
---ger.toshav on 4/9/10


Franklin D Roosevelt had 4 terms or 12 years in office.

as C-I-C, he defeated germany, japan & italy. freed millions under axis control,

restored america from the depression to the prosperous & powerful nation on earth.

freed countries under colonialism.

marshall plan under truman fed the hungry even the enemies after ww2. stop the spread of communism, stop N. korea aggression.
---jim on 4/9/10


President Alfred E. Newman because he worried about absolutely nothing! :) In fact, his campaign slogan was "What Me Worry" & his tenure in office was a time of complete worry-lessness for all Americans. (Matt. 6:25-34)
---Leon on 4/9/10


Thus far President Obama is leading the pack.

The healthcare bill, giving health insurance to millions is one of the best things to happen in america in a long long time (Post President Lincoln)

None proliferation of nukes: A step in the right direction.

Energy independent: great move, I am not so sure thatgreen jobs is all it's said to be but...
---francis on 4/9/10


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Hmmm, a favorite?, not sure. Because God put these men in the pres-seat to fulfill Bible prophecy, & it's the same with the other nations.
---Lawrence on 4/9/10


Ronald Reagan,

Mary, If you read on Lincoln you will probably conclude he was the worst president ever.

He ended states rights and has been the one who established Federal rule.

He knew the counrty was absolutely against it. It was his VP who advised him to isolate the rural south and use slavery as a means to take over our country. Lincoln never cared about the plight of slaves. His plan was to ship them back to Africa.
If you read our history you will be shocked at who he really was. He is the beginning of the end of our democrasy.
---John on 4/9/10


I've been studying the founding fathers with reference to the actual letters and documents they wrote (not the revisionist history taught by government schools).

I admire Geo. Washington
Negotiating with Congress, the colonial states, and French allies, he held together a tenuous army and a fragile nation. He was not in favor of slavery and would have freed his, had their been been someplace for them to go.

And the fourth president James Madison,
"Father of the Constitution," he was the principal author of the document. All the signers risked their lives by signing the document and many lost everything.

In recent history, my favorite was Ronald Reagan. He understood the Constitution and the people.
---Donna66 on 4/9/10


Abraham Lincoln tops my list. Not only did he have morals (today they ask what morals are!) but he overcame hardship and many election failures only to become President of the United States--or at least what there was of it in his time of the civil war.
---Mary on 4/9/10


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I believe my favorite is also the majoritys favorite,abraham lincoln.
---tom2 on 4/9/10


President Obama is my favorite President, because I like the unity of him trying to get along with people when it's difficult to please everyone. No one agrees with a person all the time, and that's life.
---Kimbe7395 on 4/9/10


Which president do I like the most, I will restrict them to ones I have personally observed.

Harry Truman I heard him speak at the Truman Library in 1960. He shot from the hip and did not mix words you knew where he stood on issues.

Richard Nixon the most comment president in the area of international relations of any president in the last half of the 20th century to current date. Henry Kissinger helped significantly to achieve that.

Ronald Reagan, for dealing with the Soviet Union and reuniting Germany.

George W. Bush, took this country through 9/11 and prevent reoccurrences, achieved a regime change in Iraq.
---Friendly_Blogger on 4/9/10


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