I say Franklin Roosevelt. He brought this country out of the depression and instituted social security and medicare
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Answer by okmanders at 1:24 AM on Dec. 2, 2010
FDR policies prolonged the great depression, WW ll is what got us out of it. I know I lived through it. Also President L. B. Johnson gave us medicare, not FDR.
The three great Presidents were Washington, Lincoln, and Reagan.
The 3 worse Presidents, Obama, Carter, Wilson.
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I guess I like looking at the complex person. I enjoy Washington for leading the way and not making a king out of himself. I enjoy Jefferson because he is complicated and wonderful. I love Lincoln for his socialist views, his writings are a window into his personal thoughts, wishes, and reflections. I love Carter for his humanitarian work after he left office. I love Clinton's ability to move things in the direction politically that agreed with my philosophy. Yes they were all flawed. All of them. Womanizers, cheaters, temperaments, lying...all past presidents have had their good points and bad. Each left an imprint that could be debated as both good and the not so good. We expect perfection and God like. But I prefer the wonderfully rich and complex. Much more interesting.
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Where do babies go when they die? Do they go straight to heaven?