Top 20 Presidents In U.S. History

These are the top 20 presidents in U.S. history according to as of 8/5/2020 A.D. The link to my source is here:
This doesn't represent my personal opinion.
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Abraham Lincoln
George Washington
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Harry S. Truman
Thomas Jefferson
John F. Kennedy
Ronald Reagan
Lyndon B. Johnson
Woodrow Wilson
Barack Obama
James Monroe
James K. Polk
Bill Clinton
William McKinley
James Madison
Andrew Jackson
John Adams
George H.W. Bush
Level 83
Aug 5, 2020
LBJ and Wilson above Obama and Clinton? GTFOH
Level 67
Aug 5, 2020
I will just type this so it is made very clear. This in no way reflects my personal opinion.
Level 46
Aug 5, 2020
I know it does not reflect your opinion, but Lyndon Johnson and Hussein Obama were among the worst presidents of all time. End of story.
Level 67
Aug 5, 2020
I completely agree with that. Lyndon Johnson's model cities program essentially crippled the black community. The Obama healthcare reforms have done nothing to fix our (actually pretty good) healthcare system. Not to mention when compared to Trump and in the context of the market Obama had a far inferior economy.
Level 56
Apr 29, 2023
The US does NOT have an "actually pretty good healthcare system". We're literally the only western nation where people still go bankrupt because they cant afford their insurance and the prices of medication is extremely high
Level 59
Aug 6, 2020
Whats the unemployment level now? And when the rest of the world is banning us from travel (irony?), how good is our medical system? Can't wait for everyone who is unemployed to get sick and not be able to pay for health care!
Level 67
Aug 6, 2020
Actually the United States has done far better in most respects than some European nations (e.g. Italy) which do in fact have socialized healthcare. However making this point is somewhat dishonest because how well a nation has dealt with COVID-19 has little to no correlation with having a socialized healthcare system and everything to do with how they reacted to the virus (and arguably the vulnerability of their population). I think this also hits on a point that proponents of socialized healthcare don't really understand. The reason people advocate for privatized healthcare is usually because they believe it will make healthcare cheaper and better. The reason for this is because when you incentivize creation of more supply you do in fact get more supply. The demand for healthcare is pretty constant and as you learn in middle school that means the price when supply increases goes down making it more affordable and due to competition in the market you will also get better care.
Level 59
Aug 6, 2020
fair points about covid...however, the supply and demand argument for medical is not supported by evidence. The cost for common procedures in the US is by far the most expensive in world with no evidence of better This is why so many small businesses will pay to have people travel to the UK (also great care) for a routine procedure. Additionally, hospitals/facilities set the prices for procedures that have little basis in fact. A routine procedure at one hospital can be more than one down the block (see covid test s between $200 - $2k at same place). However, in most situations due to insurance not covering all places equally, it is impossible to shop around. Not really a free market ideal.

Final point, over 8% of bill cost is due to admin fees which is ludicrous. America need for medical is growing due to aging and poor health not staying constant.

Level 67
Aug 6, 2020
The problem with the American healthcare system is not that the market is too free. The problem with the American healthcare system is that it stuck in an ungodly balance between public and private healthcare. It is literally against the law for businesses to set different prices. Not to mention the fact that the red tape to enter the healthcare industry is enormous. This makes it almost impossible for supply to increase. In the U.K. wait times for some procedures can be ungodly long, and sometimes care has to be rationed. This is due to an artificial inflation of demand and no or little actual increase in supply. This drives up the costs enormously. This is all also under the assumption that the tax payer will have to bear the burden of the new system. What is to say that this will not hurt the economy and help stifle small businesses entering the market ? This has all been demonstrated by LASIK eye surgery where prices have been significantly reduced due to privatization.