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19 Total Votes
1

Ronald Reagan

40th President, 1981-1989 (Republican)
9 votes
1 comment
2

John F. Kennedy

35th President, 1961-1963 (Democrat)
6 votes
1 comment
3

Bill Clinton

42nd President, 1993-2001 (Democrat)
2 votes
1 comment
4

Lyndon B. Johnson

36th President, 1963-1969 (Democrat)
1 vote
0 comments
5

Dwight D. Eisenhower

34th President, 1953-1961 (Republican)
1 vote
0 comments
6

Harry S. Truman

33rd President, 1945-1953 (Democrat)
0 votes
0 comments
7

George H. W. Bush

41st President, 1989-1993 (Republican)
0 votes
0 comments
8

Richard Nixon

37th President, 1969-1974 (Republican)
0 votes
0 comments
9

Gerald Ford

38th President, 1974-1977 (Republican)
0 votes
0 comments
10

Jimmy Carter

39th President, 1977-1981 (Democrat)
0 votes
0 comments
11

George W. Bush

43rd President, 2001-2009 (Republican)
0 votes
0 comments
12

Barack Obama

44th President, 2009-Present (Democrat)
0 votes
0 comments
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Stefy says2015-07-13T15:51:08.0004724-05:00
Is it just me or do Lindsey Graham and Jimmy Carter kind of look alike?
Texas14 says2015-07-13T15:51:57.5306470-05:00
Woah I see it now!
IndependentTruth says2015-07-14T05:25:52.8056808-05:00
I don't get all the votes for Reagan. He's probably the most overrated president of all time and he's seen as a model Republican president. It's not like it was only him who caused the fall of the Soviet Union, I'd argue that Gorbachev's policies towards openness and transparency in regards to politics was the main factor in increased cooperation between us. That being said he did a great job handling the economy when he came into office, even if it was only temporary.

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