Thursday, June 01, 2006

Worst modern United States President

I have started a poll asking you who the worst recent President of the United States is. You may vote ONCE per day. Please vote. It will be interesting to see who wins...

I have started this thread for commentary on the question.

I my opinion they are ranked from WORST to BEST as follows:
LBJ (D)
Bush Jr. (R) He is still in office and has the opportunity to go up or down...
Carter (D)
Nixon (R)
Clinton (D)
Bush Sr. (R)
Ford (R)
Reagon (R)

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

when was RR's last name spelled with an "O"?

William Larsen said...

"The average life expectancy in 1900 was 47 years. Today it is 77, and rising. The infant-mortality rate has dropped from 1 in 10 to 1 in 150. "

Life expectany is increasing, but the quote above is very misleading. First they are using the average life expectancy of the entire population. A baby born in 1900 could expect to live 55 years. But this is misleading as well for if you live one year life expectancy jumped to 62 additional years and if you lived to 18, you could expect to live an additional 51.68 years.

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Anonymous said...

how long is ".68" years?

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