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the nixon library
the carter library
the ford library
the reagan library
the clinton adult book store
Funny it shows their net worth 100 million and over and 4 of them were in debt towards the end. Of the 4 roosevelt republican, the other 3 democrats.
George Washington was an independent what does that tell you.
We need to get rid of our idiotic party system
about 99 % of them should have left broke and had to move back into Lincolns' log cabin and enjoyed life for awhile !!!!!
If the past four years shows us anything it is that Obama is not worth anything....though he will leave far wealthier than when he came in.
Can you imagine how much this President will have when he leaves office (Most likely by gunpoint)?
He was making $16,000 a year as a Community Organizer and had a $1,500,000 house. I made $25,000 a year had have a $40,000 Mobile Home, so much for him being in touch with the common man.
Judge them by their deeds, and how they tried to improve our nation for the welfare of the majority. Measure their accomplishments against their adherence to the "Preamble" to our constitution. They all had their faults and failures. Signing a pledge to the likes of Grover Nordquist should be a clue to a person who has personal expectations and put them before the welfare of our nation. True leaders take their oath to our constitution and live to honor that oath.
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