Really? Even on it's face this makes no sense. Put aside the chutzpah of claiming to be a better President than George Washington or Thomas Jefferson or Theodore Roosevelt or Ronald Reagan. As a matter of history this is extraordinarily shallow and silly. What were FDR's foreign policy accomplishments up to December 1935? I don't recall any. And during the first three years of his Presidency, LBJ presided over the escalation of the Vietnam War? Is that really what Obama thinks of as a great accomplishment? Did anybody in December 1967 really think LBJ's Presidency had been such a rip-roaring success? If so, it might be news to most of the left-wing of the Democratic Party. And, as for Lincoln, at this point in his first term (December 1863), the war was dragging on, and there was serious doubt that he would be reelected, or that the war would be concluded victoriously for the North. To be sure, Grant had just succeeded in breaking the Confederate Army at Chattanooga, but the carnage of the summer of 1864 awaited (the Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, etc.).
Obama '12: I'm the Greatest... Just Ask Me!