Who's your own greatest president of America?

Philippines
February 24, 2012 1:40am CST
Kindly share the president of America who influenced you and your personality by their greatness? I think it would benefit you to share your thoughts on them, maybe your hero will influence us and the others as well making peace and harmony of thought in our world. I for one likes to commend Pres. Abraham Lincoln for his bravery and greatness in dealing with his subjects and other aspects of his life. How about you?
4 responses
@redhotpogo (3935)
• United States
26 May 12
George W. Bush. Just look at the obstacles he had to deal with during his presidency. And when the whole country was against him he just kept working. He took the blame for everything, even though it wasn't really his fault. He still took the blame and quietly did his job. And even with all he had to do he almost managed to turn everything around. He didn't succeed in the end, but he tried. He left office the most hated president because of the democrat party controlled media who just blasted hate propaganda left and right. His successor had a lot less to deal with, but managed to undue all the progress made and take us back 10 times worse, while managing to spend trillions more doing nothing. And still the majority of Americans blame all of the problems on George W. Bush. Whenever something goes wrong, "It's George W. Bush's fault."
• Philippines
20 Jun 12
Hmm.. Yes, it is quite sad that Pres. George Bush was being blamed for everything even the things he has nothing to do with. He is indeed one of the great presidents of the united states. Thanks for sharing. Have a great day!
@Ernnesto (180)
• Slovak Republic
24 Feb 12
I am not american citizen, so I am not sure if I can attend this discussion. Anyway, for me it was John Fitzgerald Kenedy for sure. I think he did the best things not only for America but also like a player on international level. That´s my opinion.
• Philippines
27 Feb 12
Don't worry, everything is open here in mylot. Yes, JFK was a great man as well, unfortunately, he was assassinated. Anyways, i read a book about JFK as well and i could say, he did a good job. Thanks for sharing.
@Lucas818 (378)
24 Feb 12
I have to say Abe Lincoln. The 16th President of United States, guided his country through the most devastating time - civil war. Who will forget the guy who fight against slavery? Besides, his personality has made an impact on me. Mr. Lincoln is honest, instinctively cautious, charitable and a good listener. I have read his biography in few version. Honestly, I think Mr. Lincoln should be in $100 notes instead of $5. :D
• Philippines
27 Feb 12
He he he, i agree with you. Abe Lincoln was a great man as well. I would like to recommend a book about his life and his love life as well entitled "Love is Eternal". It's a story about how Mary Todd and Abe Lincoln met. It's a great book and it has facts about Abe Lincoln. Thanks for sharing.
@SarahAlyx (181)
• United States
24 Feb 12
Hands down: JKF (John F. Kennedy) He wanted to abolish the federal reserve which if he succeeded we wouldn't be in the financial mess we are in now He landed us on the moon He exposed secret societies such as skull&bones He predicted the rise of the TSA (the jackasses who like to frisk you and your family up at the airport) Which also violates our 4th ammendment right innocent until proven guilty, but that's not the point (I guess) "National security will be seized upon by those anxious to expand it's meaning" There are many more reasons to list but he was a great president and had he not been assassinated I believe things would be A LOT different. Abe Licoln was a great president also, every man/woman has their flaws but I believe both of them were great men.
• Philippines
27 Feb 12
I agree. Thanks for that post of yours, it was interesting.