Being a president is not an easy task, not then and not ever.
He must be an imposing figure that expresses all the good and important things in life and society, a real model for people and their kids, a person they should look up to when in need of help or advice.
Someone you can trust you money with. This fellows coming up in this top right here are definitely not the case of what I had described early on.
From Calvin Coolidge to Richard Milhous Nixon these were the Top 6 Worst Presidents of the United States of America:
6. Calvin Coolidge
Calvin Coolidge, on his full name John Calvin Coolidge, Jr., born on 4th of july 1872, being the only president born in the day of the Independence, was the 29th vice-president and the 30th president of United States of America, succeeding in the office after the death of Warren G. Harding.- Coincidence? I think not. Everything happens with a purpose. Calvin Coolidge conducted a very conservative policy in the economic area.
Besides the fact that he is one of the fugliest motherfuckers I’ve ever seen, he was a man of few words but fairly humoristic as many say. He had one of the most eloquent saying about persistence there ever was, saying: “Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not: nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not: the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent.”– And he is fucking right. I can relate to that quite well. And it’s nothing funny in this saying at all, cause nobody wants to do hard work for anything in this world, especially for others like the presidents themselves must do.
One of his statements was aiming at the press who didn’t like him very much in that period, being one of the most conservative presidents of all time:” They criticize me for harping on the obvious; if all the folks in the United States would do the few simple things they know they ought to do, most of our big problems would take care of themselves.”- Not at all true, even though he was a lawyer, he still was a simple man.
Nobody likes paying taxes for nothing in return, and nobody really understands them, probably she should’ve said what they are for “the folks” that don’t do what they do. Where are problems there are money involved- by me, let’s face it, he had few words cause he was pretty damn stupid. Sincerely most of his quotes are stating the obvious, really annoying to be fair, sounding more like my father when he theoreticizes about nothing in particular wanting to sound smart. Clue: you will not. Au contraire.
5. Franklin Pierce
Born 23rd November 1804 and died 8th October 1896. He was a military and an American politician, as well as the 14th president of United States of America, serving a single presidential act between 1853 and 1857. He didn’t deserve more.
He took part in numerous army conflicts, one on them with Mexico where he was acknowledged as a decent candidate from the democrats. While Pierce was pretty popular and outgoing, his personal life wasn’t all that thriving, having a wife suffering from illness and depression cause all of their kids died young-probably he did bads as a revenge- the last one being killed in a train accident, gruesomely.
An interesting fact is that after he entered Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, one of nineteen freshmen and joined the Athenian Society, a progressive literary society, alongside Jonathan Cilley and Nathaniel Hawthorne, he organized and led an unofficial militia company, the Bowdoin Cadets, performing a drill on campus near the president’s house until the noise caused him to demand halt. The students later on rebelled and went on strike. During his final year at Bowdoin, he spent a period of time teaching in a school in rural Hebron, Maine, where his students included future Congressman John J. Perry, and earned his first salary.
This one looks more like an emo vampire down in the 18’s, even though he was military he still looks like a sissy. He didn’t left much quotes to study on but he seems to be pretty accurate in what he is saying:” Frequently the more trifling the subject, the more animated and protracted the discussion.” Or “ The dangers of a concentration of all power in the general government of a confederacy so vast as ours are too obvious to be disregarded. “. He is not saying something new, but rearranging in a nice manner something knew.
He did however had one of the most… self-standing statement, telling us practically that the egg is egg-shaped: “A Republic without parties is a complete anomaly. The histories of all popular governments show absurd is the idea of their attempting to exist without parties.” Heeey, I wanna party as well… Who I must call?!
4. James Buchanan
Born 23th April 1791, was the 15th president of the United States of America(1857-1861). He was the only American president who wasn’t married and the only president coming with Pennsylvanian origin. Buchanan was widely criticized for his unsuccessful in stopping the country’s sliding towards the American Civil War and, in general, for the absence in judging politically and the moral courage of saying what must’ve been said and doing what have needed to do.
In his last day of his presidency, addressing to the future president, Abraham Lincoln, Buchanan said: “ If you are as happy entering the presidency as I am leaving it, then you are truly a happy man.” This man left in ruin everything it was good about this country and left it out of balance, but if there wasn’t for him, nobody would’ve knew Lincoln as well as nobody knows this fellow ova’ here. The main reason he was unsuccessful was his political view about the essence of good self-government, being founded on restraint.
Automatically, how the fuck can an institution be self-governing? Doesn’t it need to be ruled by somebody? Anyhow. This is what he said:”…restraints, imposed not by arbitrary authority, but by the people upon themselves and their representatives… In an enlarged view , the people’s interests may seem identical, but “tot the eye of local and sectional prejudice, they always appear to be conflicting… and the jealousies that will perpetually arise can be repressed only by the mutual forbearance with pervades the constitution”- Total nonsense if you are to ask me,” the eye of the local and sectional prejudice”… they have other kind of eyes, really? They are the kind of predators in seeking out their prey or something, otherwise I can’t imagine.
Buchanan began his journey throughout the political life in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, as a member of the Federalist Party. After he was elected in the 17th United Congress and to the next succeeding Congresses as a chairman of the U.S. House Committee of the Judiciary in the 21st United States Congress. He was one of the members appointed by the House to conduct proceedings against James H. Peck, judge of the United States District Court for the District of Missouri, being charged with abuse of the power, but was acquitted till the end. He didn’t seek reelection, and later on(1832-1833) he was a Minister to Russia.
3. Andrew Johnson
Born 29th December 1808, he was the 16th vice-president and the 17th president of the United States of America(1865-1869) succeeding right after the assassination of the 16th American president, Abraham Lincoln. I vaguely believe that this was a total purely coincidence, well look at this mo-fo face, it perfectly resembles to a cold blooded killer and it wouldn’t amaze me that he seek power over his attributes by hiring someone to kill him.
He was born in poverty-just as I assume, looking for blood and guilty parties– in Raleigh, North Carolina. Firstly he was an apprentice as a tailor, working in several frontier towns before settling in Greeneville, Tennessee, being elected in the House of Representatives in 1835, becoming Governor of Tennessee for four years in 1857. During his congressional service, he fought a way for himself towards Homestead Bill, which was enacted a short period after he left the Senate in 1862.
Johnson was president during the Reconstruction that followed the American Civil War. Cause his numerous acts of treating extremely indulgent of the defeated party rebels, as well as the denial thought veto of law projects regarding the change of civil rights, he was put in the position to have a long bitter dispute with USA Congress, leading, in the end, to his impeachment in Congress, becoming the first president judged in Congress, probably for the murder but shhh. He was acquainted of the accusations brought by a simple single vote in the Senate.
2. Richard Milhous Nixon
Born 9th of January 1913, he was the 37th president of the United States of America, fulfilling this task between 1969 and 1974, when he became the first and yet the single American president that quit his post.
Before being president, Nixon was a member of the Representations Room from tha state of California and the Republican Party, and then senator of California and the 36th vice-president of USA between 1953 and 1961 between the presidential mandates of Dwight Eisenhower.
Nixon was born in Yorba Linda, California. He graduated Whittier College in 1934 and the law school from Duke University in 1937, coming back in California to practice law. Alongside with his wife, Pat Nixon, he moved back to Washington to work for the federal government in 1942. After that he served in the U.S. marine in the Second World War.
Nixon was elected in the Representations Room from the state of California in 1946 and then in Senate in 1950. His involvement in the Alger Hiss case brought him a great anticommunist, as well as a nationwide notoriety. He was elected candidate to vice-president alongside the republican candidate Dwight D. Eisenhower at the election 1952. Nixon was vice-president for eight years, wanting to candidate afterwards to the presidential spot in the 1960 elections, being defeated at a straw by John F. Kennedy, loosing as well the governor post of California in 1962. In 1968 he candidate again for presidency and was elected.
Even though Nixon was very sure about the United States involvement in the Vietnam War, he ended up by withdrawing USA from the conflict in 1973. The visit he done in 1972 in the Chinese Popular Republic opened communications between the two countries and ended up in normality in the diplomatic area.
Nixon initiated a distension in the Soviet Union relations and signed in the same year the Treaty against Ballistic Rockets. Internally, his administration adopted in general politics which transferred the power from Washington towards the states. Amongst others he launched initiatives to combat cancer and illegal drugs, imposed salary check and prices. Applied desegregation of the schools in the south, implemented reforms of the environment/ Introduced laws for reforming the sanitary system and social protection.
Even though he was a president during the landing which started with Apollo 11, he replaced spatial exploring with humans cu those of the space shuttles. He was easily reelected in 1972 being forced to quit his post after the Watergate monstrous scandal, costing him a lot of the politic sustain, quitting in 1974, being almost sure he was going to be shipped out by the Congress.
1. Warren G. Harding
Born in 2nd of November 1865, he was the 29th president of the United States, serving from 1921 till 1923 when he died.
Even though he died, he was one of the most popular presidents of all time and the worst in my top, being exposed to scandals that took place under him, especially the one called “Teapot Dome” in which numerous people affiliated with him were convicted of being bribed in the most successful business that times, and nowadays as well, oil area.
Afterwards came the Great Railroad Strike in 1922 in which 11 people were killed having connection with the strike and the President’s veto in Bonus Bill in 1922, all of them causing a great amount of stress triggering his death later on. One of the most corrupt presidents of all times, with stains all over his name.
He was the eldest of eight children born to George Tryon Harding Sr. and Phoebe Elizabeth (Dickerson) Harding. His father was a farmer, teacher. In the time he was an apprentice, with a year in the medical school, Tryon became a doctor, an started in a small place. It was rumored that one of Harding’s great-grandmothers was African America. The rest of his history is a decent one so I’m not going to say anything. Tihee.