Top 10 Most Presidential Candidates Who Should Have Won



Top 10 Most Presidential Candidates Who Should Have Won


 

Like clockwork the great subjects of this nation drag themselves to the voting corner (well, really about a large portion of them do, the rest being dreadfully occupied to worry about such things as picking the pioneer of their country) to pick the hopeful they trust will do the slightest measure of harm to the nation through the following 48 months. Generally they are sensibly fruitful at picking, if not the best man conceivable, in any event the best one accessible, however occasionally they end up longing they'd pulled the other lever. The following is my arrangement of those men who, in the insight into the past of history, would likely have brought about a noticeable improvement president than the victor did. Some of these men were sitting presidents who were unseated by a lesser rival, yet most were first time applicants who offered a true option however were disregarded for whatever reason. I'm mindful that a rundown like this is exceptionally subjective and I understand that some of my picks will be disputable bringing on extraordinary anguish and dangers of reprisal yet such is the cost for doing things like making main ten rundowns. Without a doubt, you will have the capacity to bring up different types of individuals that ought to be on this rundown however are not—or, on the other hand, why some who are on it ought not be—which is normal in most circumstances. What's more, at long last, none of my picks ought to be translated as an arraignment of any applicant's close to home character; I'm not attempting to waste individuals here, however only give the peruser a gander at what may have been yet for the flightiness of destiny and the electorate.

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10.  GERALD FORD over JIMMY CARTER, 1976

It's not that Gerald Ford was the best president the nation had ever seen or that Carter fail to offer the brainpower and experience to be president, its simply that Carter was illsuited to settle on the truly intense choices the employment requested, while Gerald Ford had officially demonstrated that he was fit for settling on those choices. How t...

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9.  HENRY CLAY over JAMES K. POLK, 1844

It's not that Polk wasn't a skilled man, its simply that Henry Clay was a man with a noteworthy résumé. A congressman and representative from Kentucky with in excess of forty years of administrative and official experience (counting a past run for the administration in 1832), Clay had served as Speaker of the House and Secretary of State before r...

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8.  GEORGE BUSH over BILL CLINTON, 1992

Alright, I know Bill Clinton regulated one of the incredible financial blast times in late history (much obliged to a great extent to assenting to the GOP controlled congress) however I submit that old George got shafted out of a merited second term. All things considered, here was a man with a résumé as thick as a telephone directory who had reg...

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7.  RICHARD NIXON over JOHN F. KENNEDY, 1960

This is effortlessly my most questionable pick, particularly in light of the Kennedy persona that created in the consequence of the man's death. I don't make this choice, nonetheless, in light of the fact that I accept Kennedy was an awful president. My position is that in light of the Cold War strains that were going ahead in 1960 and the circumst...

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6.  HORACE GREELEY over ULYSSES S. GRANT, 1872

While the Civil War General was still fiercely famous and Grant was a man of particular honesty, his initial four outrage ridden years in the White House exhibited that he was in route over his head as president. None-the-less, the Democrats couldn't appear to discover any individual who thought they could unseat him, so they designated none other ...

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5.  HORATIO SEYMOUR over ULYSSES S. GRANT, 1868

There's no denying that Grant was a wonderful military officer. The issue is that wonderful military leaders regularly don't make for good presidents, as Grant's defilement tormented and generally clumsy eight years in the White House later demonstrated. Seymour, then again, had heaps of political experience, including two tumultuous spells as Gove...

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4.  SAMUEL TILDEN over RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, 1876

Really, Tilden won this decision however lost the appointive school vote check through some fanatic shenanigans, yet that is an alternate story. Regardless, this was the man who assumed the degenerate Boss Tweed and his Tammany Hall young men in New York and won. An authentic reformer, it is likely that he would have improved significantly than the...

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3.  JAMES COX over WARREN G. HARDING, 1920

After the eight years of turmoil made by the Wilson organization, the nation was prepared for a "come back to commonality" and in doing so sent a standout amongst the most degenerate and bumbling men ever to be president to Washington while disavowing the one man who truly may have done some incredible things had he been chosen. Unmistaka...

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2.  WINFIELD SCOTT over FRANKLIN PIERCE, 1852

This is somewhat an intense call for not, one or the other man was particularly qualified to be president, yet Pierce ended up being to be such an awful one—regardless of being, by most records, a reasonably decent gentleman all in all that it presumably would have been sensible to have let ol' Winfield take a shot at it. In any event Scott wasn'...

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1.  THEODORE ROOSEVELT over WOODROW WILSON, 1912

It would have been fascinating to perceive how the twentieth century would have turned out had the hawkish TR been given his parties' designation and won a third non-continuous term as president in 1912. It's difficult to envision him standing without moving by for two years while war boiled over in Europe as Wilson managed without tossing America'...

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