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Who was the most liberal democrat president in American history?
Franklin Roosevelt. He was responsible for the "New Deal" politics which began the march toward the current entitlement programs and the beginning of Socialism in the U. S. government practices. Other than several welfare programs which are the legitimate offspring of the "New Deal" legislation, three banner programs still survive.
Although most regulations on businesses have been repealed, the regulation of Wall Street by the Securities and Exchange Commission is still in place. Also, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, established in 1933 still guarantees the funds of depositors up to $100,000. This program was established by fear of another bank run like was seen in 1929.
The last major program to touch on is Federalized "Social Security", a misnomer if there ever was one. As distributed today, it offers no security whatsoever, nor even the normal return on monies invested. Erroneously labeled as an "entitlement", it is no such thing. An entitlement is monies paid out for distressed families, such as welfare, food stamps, or WIC, monies that exist for no investment on the part of the individual receiving the funds.
Social Security is monies repaid for monies invested, although anyone on Social Security will tell you there is no chance of getting even an equal return on monies paid in due to mishandling of these funds by Congress. This is why there is a cry for privatized Social Security, based on sound investment practices, but don't hold your breath. Congress never willingly gives back your money when it already has it.
I do not know for sure but Obama is very close to the top of the list - with his take on Gay marriage and Illegal Immigrant Amnesty. His repeal of the Clinton welfare act and his Obama Care Healthcare plan.
I agree that he is at the top, but he didn't repeal Clinton's welfare act. He has gutted it with the lessening of work requirements, but he can't repeal anything as President, Congress does that. He hasn't granted amnesty either, although he may.
by ptosis21 months ago
The most reckless president in American history!?!Really? There has to be some historic President that considered that? Who would that be? Not the worst - the most 'reckless'. Fifty Republican national security...
by lesliebyars5 years ago
I have several presidents I loved for various reasons including: FDR, LBJ, JFK, Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan. What I wanna know is who is the best and most accomplished president of the United States ever and why?
by The Medicine Man3 years ago
Is President Obama The Worst President In American History? If yes why? If Not, why not?
by Grace Marguerite Williams4 years ago
Why? How did this president impact the United States in terms of social and economy policy? How was this country worse because of this president?
by arizonataylor5 years ago
Who was the most conservative republican president in American history?
by Marwan Asmar6 years ago
Who do you think has been the best president in American history and why?
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