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Skipping past Bush-the-Elder, we come to the great William Jefferson Clinton, the man whose vice president invented the Internet. Clinton presided over the last big bump in our economy, along with helping along some of the banking deregulation that led to the economic crash of the Dubya years. Even so, you can't help but like Bill Clinton.
Choosing an app to honor Bill is tough. Do we go with some buy-one-get-one-free app? Do we go with some sort of policy wonk app? Or do we instead go where all our brains tend to go? Yeah, you know that's where we're going. And so, it's our great pleasure to bring you Cigar Monster, for all your discount cigar needs.
Wow, what can you say about George W. Bush that hasn't already been said. He is our most recent two-term president. He was the president in office during the fateful events of September 11, 2001. He sent us to war, not only in Iraq, but in Afghanistan, and his search for weapons of mass destruction turned out to be a fool’s errand.
What app does one buy for our last, great Republican president? I tried to find a blow-up Karl Rove doll, but I'm told they're all sold out. What to pick? What to pick? Ah, of course! For all your mission accomplished needs, I present to you Aircraft Carrier for your Android device.
Will Barack Obama be a two-term president? Is he destined to serve his last day in office less than a year from now? Was he the president that turned back the tide of the next Great Depression, or did he merely preside over the most ineffectual Congress in recent history? You can turn to the pages of ZDNet Government and our regular commenters will certainly let you know what they think.
In the meantime, I'm going to recommend an app. This one, well, this one's a bit personal. Back when the App Store first opened, I built 40 completely silly and extremely simplistic iPhone applications in the space of a month. I did DaysTo Christmas, DaysTo Baby, and my final app recommendation for you, DaysTo Election Day 2012. Oh, and as a final disclosure, I make about three bucks a month off this thing, so now you know how I pull in the big bucks!