Skip to comments.Was Woodrow Wilson a great wartime leader or a globalist disaster?
Posted on 04/02/2020 12:34:58 PM PDT by Ozguy1945
Today is the 103rd anniversary of Woodrow Wilsons speech to congress calling for a declaration of war on Germany.
Why has this feature of the American system congressional declaration of war as opposed to authorisation of military force disappeared? Which method worked better?
Is the rejection of the Democrats by the people at the elections of 2020 a fair judgement on Wilsons presidency?
Who were the fathers of The Greatest Generation?
Worst President, Ever.
Wilson was a Globalist disaster.
We should ask the League of Nations.......................
History says disaster; FDR copied and improved on it.
Probably because it seems so, well, war-like.
The mere fact that the federal income tax which is completely unconstitutional came about on his miserable watch puts him at the bottom of the shit pile.
He campaigned on keeping the US out of WW1, and then he flipped after the election, after listening to the financial elites and special interests of his day.
US entry into WW1 was a disaster, IMO.
That jackass also allowed the banksters to take over, via his approval of the Federal Reserve.
Worst presidents ever:
He was a racist who set race relations back decades, treated black soldiers like scum. Got us into a war we had no business being in.
Then there was secretly shipping munitions on passenger ships like the Lusitania.
Disaster, you betcha.
Most of our headaches arise from him and his politically, economically and spiritually demonic spawn.
I’d say James Buchanan and Wilson is a very close 2nd
It was a huge mistake to join this war.
Britain and the US should have stayed out of it.
The Anglosphere would be ruling the world even today had we stayed out.
Globalist disaster. Next question.
The latter, per most educated thinking people
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