HomeHistory88 Years 88 Years Jay Tea November 11, 2006 History 6 Comments At this minute of this hour on this day 88 years ago, the armistice ending The Great War, The War To End All Wars, was signed. How little we learned. How much we owe. Won't get fooled again Senator-Elect Webb's Surprises for the Moonbat Base Related Posts Chris Christie: Historical Illiterate The Great Crusade Top Presidents Review Part 1 About The Author Jay Tea 6 Comments theExecutioner November 11, 2006 FDR became a hero because only tens of millions of people were killed. Bush, on the other hand, is an a**hole because there have been JUST TOO MANY DEATHS! JB November 11, 2006 “How little we learned” Wadja expect? Wilson let the French dictate the terms. theExecutioner November 11, 2006 Here is how Americans have ranked 3 war presidents: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historical_rankings_of_United_States_Presidents FDR (ranked in top 3) – WWII dead: 62,537,000+ Wilson (ranked in top 10) WWI dead: 37,000,000+ Bush (worst president ever) War on terror dead: less than 5,000 theExecutioner November 11, 2006 Which proves that if you want to be a hero to Americans, let alot of ’em die. This has been learned by the Democrats. The “war to end all wars”? Not as long as there are idiots running the world. kaz November 11, 2006 It just keeps getting better and better for Big Mr. War on Terror: Newsweek announced a new poll to be published Monday which places President Bush’s approval rating at the lowest it has ever been — 31 percent — while 63 percent of Americans said they were dissatisfied with how things are going in the country. bob November 11, 2006 Nice post theExecutioner, I never thought of it that way. Americans that hate Pres. Bush are really stupid.