What U.S. State do you think has produced the greatest president[s]?
Massachusetts. J.F.K. had the potential, as did R.F.K., to be the greatest leaders in the entire world. Because those were unrealized potentialities, I have to defer to wherever Lincoln and Jackson were from, as they both successfully did away with the Ashkenazi Jewish controlled central banks, institutions that do not represent the interests of Americans, and who's administrators have loyalties that do not include the sovereignty of this nation.
You brought up an interesting point WTS. What do the three presidents mentioned and probably RFK if he had been elected have in common? If one can answer that, then the fact that three of these men were assassinated; plus the numerous attempts that were made on Jackson's life - a definite pattern emerges - and another question is possibly answered.
Virginia. It produced George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, to name a couple. But it was hard not to choose Kentucky -- the state where Abraham Lincoln was born.
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