Presidential Wisdom


Lessons learned from Presidents past and present:

Lincoln – Understand that the White House belongs to the people represented and let them camp out in it when they need a place to stay.

Kennedy – Never take a ride in a convertible in a parade.

F. Roosevelt – Use the Fireside chat to comfort an entire generationT. Roosevelt – Ban guns?  Are you kidding?

Eisenhower – Everyone is entitled to vote regardless of color.

Truman – The buck stops here!  And I don’t need the salary given the President.  I have enough money.

L Johnson – You can be defeated by public opinion.

A Johnson – You can be defeated by the bottle.

Taft – The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration.  What a guy!

Washington – With very little support from your peers, but with Providential wisdom, you can defeat an empire and establish a nation.

Wilson – Transfer the control of currency to an independent bank and call it the Federal Reserve.

Nixon – Don’t record anything you don’t want everyone to hear at a later time.

Clinton – Define even simple words with new meanings to keep yourself out of trouble.

Busch 43 – Be a cowboy who doesn’t care about what people perceive allowing the opposition to gain a foothold.

Bush 41 – 1000 points of light can lead you to darkness

Carter – Just because you get elected doesn’t mean you can handle the job.

Obama – Don’t define terms – like CHANGE

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