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Who is the most overrated world leader of all time?

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Who is the most overrated world leader of all time?

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    Jerry Parker says:

    Louis the 14th

  2. 2
    Steve says:

    I narrowed it down to Ronald Reagan and Henry VIII.

  3. 3
    Mike H. says:

    Ronald Reagan…by a country mile.

  4. 4
    Craig says:

    Ronald Reagan

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    Dave E. says:

    Just love those liberal "Reagan-haters" that are in denial, ignoring or ignorant of the truth that he did more to bring about the collapse of the Soviet Union and the containment of Communism that any other person.
    Overratted? How about his wimp predecessor? Although rightly remembered for his impotence against Russia, Iran and for giving up the Panama Canal he's been given far too much credit as a diplomat.
    Addmittedly he did win the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002 for his part in orchestrating the Camp David Accords but it has been proven since then that a Democrat President does not have to do anything to get the Nobel Peace Prize. He has been good at building houses.
    Maybe should have been a carpenter instead of a President.

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    ajmarfoldi says:

    Barak Obama -seriously people our president gets more credit for having done nothing than any single man in world history . But for All Gore this would seen remarkable.

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