Sunday, May 13, 2007

Least recognizable president in U.S. History


The award for least recognizable president in U.S. History goes to 15th president James Buchanan. Has anybody heard of this idiot?

4 comments:

nicksargylesweater said...

Why yes, Nocedog, I have heard of James Buchanan. As a graduate of James Buchanan Middle School, I learned that he was a Pennsylvanian Democrat who was probably our first homosexual president. Hope this helps.

nocedog said...

That actually does help. Where is the middle school located? I wonder if he had a fling with Walt Whitman, who my high school was named after. They were both alive around the same time, too.

Zim Fabulous said...

Excuse me for being incompetent on 18th century happenings, but was Henry L. Stimson around at the said time period?

Anonymous said...

That's okay, I didn't know either. Stimson was born around that time, but did not make an impact until the 20th Century. His dealings were mainly with Coolidge, Hoover, Roosevelt, and Truman. I am unsure of Stimson's sexual preference.