10 Most Destructive Americans

Frank Hawkins at American Thinker, has penned a piece listing the ten most destructive Americans of his lifetime. I’m sure each of us could easily add ten more each, but he definitely has ten who qualify, along with several honorable mention.

10) Mark Felt – Deputy director of the FBI, aka “Deep Throat” during the Watergate scandal. This was the first public instance of a senior FBI officially directly interfering in America’s political affairs. Forerunner of James Comey, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and Andrew McCabe.

9) Bill Ayers– Represents the deep and ongoing leftist ideological damage to our education system. An unrepentant American terrorist who evaded punishment, he devoted his career to radicalizing American education and pushing leftist causes. Ghost wrote Obama’s book, “Dreams of My Father.”

8) Teddy Kennedy – Most folks remember Teddy as the guy who left Mary Joe Kopechne to die in his car at Chappaquiddick. The real damage came after he avoided punishment for her death and became a major Democrat force in the US Senate, pushing through transformative liberal policies in health care and education. The real damage was the 1965 Hart-Cellar immigration bill he pushed hard for that changed the quota system to increase the flow of third world people without skills into the US and essentially ended large-scale immigration from Europe.

I’ll let you read the rest at the link. Feel free to offer your ten in the comments. First one I could think of was FDR, but we don’t have to think long to come up with a few from the current news cycle, like Mad Max, Sheila Jackson-Lee, Al Sharpton, and a host of other Democrap politicians. Alexandra Occasional-Cortex will get on the list eventually, she’s definitely off to a good start.

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7 Responses to 10 Most Destructive Americans

  1. taminator013 says:

    I’m with you, RNG. The first one that popped into my head was FDR…………

  2. Eskyman says:

    That’s a good list, but it’s just within the writer’s lifetime (which is why no FDR or Wilson.)

    I would add Songbird McCain, who is another traitor like Kerry; he gave aid & comfort to the enemy during time of war, which is treason, and then went on to far more destruction of the USA by virtue of his being in Congress & voting for every anti-American bill that came by while destroying any good legislation.

    I wouldn’t piss on him if he were on fire, but I would if he were drowning.

    It’s no wonder that McShame is so dearly beloved by the left-wing media!

  3. Leonard Jones says:

    Having read George Gordon Liddy’s autobiography, I am convinced that the
    Plumbers were trying to plug leaks within the government. While he did not
    say it directly, I read between the lines. Watergate was not the Plumbers first
    operation. If you consider the Pentagon Papers and the fact that plans for
    one of our nuclear weapons were published in a communist newsletter, it is
    not a stretch to see the Plumbers as rat hunters.

    Then, as now our intelligence agencies and intelligence committee staffers were
    leaking like a sieve. Nixon was despised by the left because he was an outspoken

    PS Eskyman is spot on about Songbird McStain. The VVAW (which he headed,)
    was a new left radical communist group. I can forgive him for breaking under
    torture, but to lead a group that once discussed the assassination of Republican
    politicians was a bridge too far!

  4. redneckgeezer says:

    How many of us have to admit we actually VOTED for McStain? The choice was pretty damn poor, but I’ll have to admit it. I should have written in Pat Paulsen.

  5. Jeffrey says:

    For what it’s worth, I voted for Sarah in hopes McCain would…umm…reitre.

  6. Leonard Jones says:

    I will have to admit that I did vote for McStain ONLY because he was the lesser of
    two evils (and I mean that literally.) I would rather have a president who pisses me
    off 50 percent of the time than one who pissed me off 100 percent of the time
    like Ubangi. His every impulse and action revealed to me that his loyalties were
    not to America or her citizens!

    These ones for you Redneck:

  7. redneckgeezer says:

    LJ, great clip! My vote for McStain was exactly like yours. In hindsight, I really SHOULD have written in Pat Paulsen..

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