Saw this one another website… Here is just first part…
“Since the left seems to be judging George W. by War and the number of deaths in those wars, check out these guys.
- He shut down newspapers, imprisoned editors, and forced reporters to toe the official US government line long before the PATRIOT Act. Then he attacked US cities and burned them to the ground. Who was he?
- He lied to US voters, sided with one European imperial state against another, and plunged neutralist America into a disastrous war that cost 320,000 American casualties. Who was he?
- He promised voters the dawning of a new age in America . Instead he secretly dealt with a pair of dictators, providing weapons to both sides (while lying to Americans) and encouraged a murderous war between the two nations that cost nearly a million casualties. He also funded and encouraged repressive Central American regimes that killed thousands, murdering American citizens along the way. He spent trillions of taxpayer dollars on new weapons for enemies that no longer existed. Who was he?
If you answered Lincoln, Wilson and Reagan among the most “respected” presidents in high school history books– you know your American history well.
Lincoln, the “Great Emancipator.” Wilson, the “Peacemaker,” the vocal proponent of the League of Nations . Reagan, “The Great Communicator,” the mythical fighter of World Communism. At least that is how US history books portray them, among the Best Presidents Of All Time.
But how would they fare on any list of Worst Presidents Ever? Would embattled George Bush or disgraced Bill Clinton fare worse (or better) than Lincoln, Reagan or Wilson, and why?
Wouldn’t it be safe to say that once in power, ALL American presidents embrace a cruel conceit, to some degree, that whatever dictatorial power they wield is right? George Bush is thus no worse than Woodrow Wilson, certainly no worse than Nixon, Reagan, Clinton or LBJ.”
The left should be going ape-shit over how these past presidents are honored! Where is the outrage?!
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