Sunday, February 10, 2008

Historians rates U.S. Presidents

George Bush, for example, is already being penciled in as a failure and will undoubtedly join the list when his administration is distinguished.

Of 415 historians who expressed a view of President Bush’s administration to this point as a success or failure, 338 classified it as a failure and 77 as a success.

Historical rankings of United States Presidents

4 comments:

Angela said...

You've been awarded..come grab it!

Jim said...

Wow.. thank you very much. :)

Merelyme said...

congrats on your awards! you deserve them!

Bush = BIG FAILURE of astronomical proportions! i cannot wait to see him go. ugh.

Rob said...

Article is from 2004, update in Dec. of 2005. Historians are known for jumping the gun on most recent US Presidents (up to Carter). As a general rule, historians should wait 30-40 years before deciding such Presidential decisions made in the Presidents' terms have profound impacts on the nation ever since. Today, nationally, we are still impacted by the disastrous decisions made by Pres. Jimmy Carter (energy security issues) and we are beginning to feel the impacts of Reagan's decisions (economy and national security issues).

Historians have already rated Jimmy Carter as the worst President ever, so it could be soon that Dubya would join Carter, Andrew Johnson and James Buchanan.