President Obama is the worst President in History.
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I pretty much despise President Obama, and he is one of the worst Preisdents ever, but he isn't the worst President we've ever had. Let's look at some really, really strong candidates for 'worst president ever':
Warren G. Harding - One of the most utterly incompetent Presidents in history. His administration was chock-full of scandals such as the Teapot Dome scandal, where the Secretary of the Interior basically took bribes from oil companies to sell oil production rights to them on the cheap. He mostly rewarded his friends (the so-called 'Ohio Gang') with high-level jobs. Not the best way to run the country.
James Buchanan - Refused to deal with the looming crisis of secession, despite sterm warnings from the Commanding General of the Army, and once it started he was utterly inept in handling it. Outside of it, he was very close to being impeached due to supposedly bribing Congressmen for their votes.
William Henry Harrison - Served for a total of 32 days before dying, leaving a massive constitutional crisis in his wake.
Richard Nixon - Watergate.
Jimmy Carter - Poor economic manager, even worse at foreign policy.
GRANTHOLBEN forfeited this round.
My opponent has forfeited, so vote Con!
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Vote Placed by Fruitytree 3 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Better conduct is for Con cause Pro forfeited . Pro had some grammar mistakes. Con made enough convincing argument and Pro didn't refute it.
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