Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Which President are You






Which Great US President Are You Most Like?
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You scored as Thomas Jefferson

3rd President, in office from 1801-1809
Born: 1743 Died: 1826


Thomas Jefferson



57%

Abraham Lincoln



57%

Ronald Reagan



55%

George Washington



52%

Dwight Eisenhower



45%

Franklin Roosevelt



45%

John Kennedy



43%

Harry Truman



41%

Woodrow Wilson



40%

Theodore Roosevelt



17%

Lyndon Johnson



17%


13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Matt P

83% Ronald Reagan, 74% FDR, the first time I took it, Kennedy came in third second time, IKE did, the first two stayed the same both times. I guess I do like to inspire people.

The Scylding said...

Heh, we're different. Johnson & T Roosevelt on 69%, Eisenhower 67%, Wilson 62%, Reagan 57%, Jefferson 55%, Lincoln 52%, FDR 50%, Washington 48%, JFK 36%, Truman 12%.

I have no idea what that means...

Peter said...

I can't believe I am so high on FDR, JFK and Wilson. I am definitely not a fan of Wilson nor Wilsonianism.! At least FDR and JFK are in the lower half.

+ Alan said...

Well, I'm Dwight Eisenhower, 67% - then Jefferson and Lincoln, 62% each, then Washington and Teddy Roosevelt. Funny.

#Debi said...

Apparently, I'm like Ike...

I'll post all the %ages on my site.

#Debi said...

I suppose I should ask you to help me analyze the results...

Kyle said...

What about the sucky presidents?

Anonymous said...

Matt P

Yeah, what if your score was like 90% Jimmy Carter, 80% William Harrison, and 70% Andrew Johnson.

Peter said...

I would ask for prayer -- especially if it was ole' James Earl.

The Scylding said...

Hey, it could have been 100% GWB! (lol..)

Alice C. Linsley said...

I scored 64% John F Kennedy and 59%George Washington. What gives with that? I specifically remember answering "strongly disagree" to You come from a wealthy family.

I've always admired George Washington. He was a devout Anglican and a man of prayer who read the Book of Common Prayer every day.

Peter said...

I am also a Washington fan. He could have easily gone the way of Napoleon immediately after the revolution. There were many who would have happily crowned him emperor/dictator. But it was Washington's own convictions and character that kept that from happening.

I deeply believe in proper constitutional order as a central safeguard to liberty, however, the personal character of leaders is an important aspect as well.

Alice C. Linsley said...

Washington was amazing! When the army wasn't paid and there was talk of a military takeover, Washington refused to go along, admitting to the officers in the room that he was almost blind in the service of his country.