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I really do wonder what Ben Franklin would be like if he were around today. He's the "most likely to have been President, but wasn't" among our founding fathers, and I'm sure he'd make a good President today as well. Of course, he'd have to keep his libido in his pants, and both sides would probably consider him too wacky even to nominate.
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If Abraham Lincoln could be a vampire hunter, then Nikola Tesla (who has been portrayed as a vampire on TV) could be President. In all seriousness, Nikola spent his life trying to find free and cheap energy solutions for the world. Granted, some of his experiments, if carried out to their logical conclusion, might have set our atmosphere ablaze, but isn't that a fair price to pay for unlimited, free energy pulled from the air around us?
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Half of you claim that I'm liberal, half of you claim you know for a fact I'm a conservative. Half of you claim I'm a secret Democrat, while the other half of you claim I'm hiding my Republican roots. In reality, I can't stand either party. But the simple fact that I'd put America first over either party puts me head and shoulders above any of our current politicians.
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