The President Elimination Game

In this game you will pick one (1) president to eliminate, the one that you think is the worst of those listed. I have not included William Henry Harrison and James Garfield as their terms were too short and George W Bush and Barack Obama as their terms were too recent.

George Washington (None, 1789-1797)
John Adams (Federalist, 1797-1801)
Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican, 1801-1809)
James Madison (Democratic-Republican, 1809-1817)
James Monroe (Democratic-Republican, 1817-1825)
John Quincy Adams (Democratic-Republican, 1825-1829)
Andrew Jackson (Democrat, 1829-1837)
Martin Van Buren (Democrat, 1837-1841)
John Tyler (Whig, 1841-1845)
James Polk (Democrat, 1845-1849)
Zachary Taylor (Whig, 1849-1850)
Milliard Filmore (Whig, 1850-1853)
Franklin Pierce (Democrat, 1853-1857)
James Buchanan (Democrat, 1857-1861)
Abraham Lincoln (Republican, 1861-1865)
Andrew Johnson (National Union, 1865-1869)
Ulysses Grant (Republican, 1869-1877)
Rutherford Hayes (Republican, 1877-1881)
Chester Arthur (Republican, 1881-1885)
Grover Cleveland (Democrat, 1885-1889, 1893-1897)
Benjamin Harrison (Republican, 1889-1893)
William McKinley (Republican, 1897-1901)
Theodore Roosevelt (Republican, 1901-1909)
William Howard Taft (Republican, 1909-1913)
Woodrow Wilson (Democrat, 1913-1921)
Warren Harding (Republican, 1921-1923)
Calvin Coolidge (Republican, 1923-1929)
Herbert Hoover (Republican, 1929-1933)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Democrat, 1933-1945)
Henry Truman (Democrat, 1945-1953)
Dwight Eisenhower (Republican, 1953-1961)
John Fitzgerald Kennedy (Democrat, 1961-1963)
Lyndon Baines Johnson (Democrat, 1963-1969)
Richard Milhous Nixon (Republican, 1969-1974)
Gerald Ford (Republican, 1974-1977)
James Earl Carter (Democrat, 1977-1981)
Ronald Reagan (Republican, 1981-1989)
George Herbert Walker Bush (Republican, 1989-1993)
William Jefferson Clinton (Democrat, 1993-2001)

I pick James Buchanan.

Franklin Pierce

I vote Franklin Pierce off the island.

ETA: Damn you Mahaloth! shakes fist

Fine, gimme Millard Fillmore instead.

Ulysses Grant

Nixon. How could we forget Nixon?

I’m afraid there may be confusion. You have to vote for the next 24 hours on who to eliminate. The next I log on tomorrow I’ll count the ballots and decide which President to be eliminated which will continued everyday. Sorry for the ambigous message. :frowning:

Get Buchanan out of there.

Dude, that’s going to take a month. Oh well- back to Pierce.

John Quincy Adams. I think that electing the son of a former president sets a bad example, and all the worse for being so early in our history.

Millard Fillmore. Forgettable. Get him out of the way early.

Damn you all! I love Fillmore! The 13th President of the US. It’s the duck that gives him a bad name!

I vote Pierce off to save Millard!

My natural inclination is to avoid giving the obvious answer and to, instead, vote for McKinley. However, Richard Nixon should honestly have been hung from a sour apple tree, so I’ll go ahead and vote for Nixon.

Andrew Johnson is absolutely the worst. Someone back me up!

McKinley is great. I went to the McKinley Museum in Canton a couple of weeks ago and learned a lot about him. And Pierce, our only president from New Hampshire? Get rid of Filmore.

Buchanan. It’s the next one that’ll be interesting.

Someone has to say it: Warren Harding.

I’m going to go out on a limb here and just predict the winner will be Lincoln or Kennedy.

Eh…with the way this is set up, I’m not sure. I’m leaning toward “good, but inoffensive” here. We shall see.

+1 (Literally, a second vote for the man whose middle name inspired H.L. Mencken to coin the term Gamalielese.)

No question, Warren Harding.