Now, tell me who that sounds like?
is just and what is unjust-whether or not the voters have all the facts of the issues.
I wonder what the voters thought of President Eisenhower’s decision to use military force to
enforce the Supreme Court decision, Brown v. Board of Education?
Much like President Washington, who was put in a comparable situation, Eisenhower had a pretty
good idea that he would not have to use any ammunition, as he was the hero of World War II; the
Supreme Allied Commander who took charge on D-Day.
President Dwight Eisenhower knew he could afford the political capital to gamble his presidency-
and he won.
However, Eisenhower was a crappy Republican by today’s standards. This is because no
Republican cares about race relations and no Republican would build the Interstate System, as
It was after the election of 1960 that the two parties permanently switched sides, although Franklin
D. Roosevelt and Harry Truman were staunch liberals. However, back to Lincoln.
President Abraham Lincoln was, for the most part, a just man-at least if you leave out the way he
treated the Indians like crap. By in large, however, Abraham Lincoln was a just man who was
slightly ahead of his age-and that’s why he is featured on this website.