Friday, March 23, 2012

Two Generals Walk Into The Presidential Gladiatorial Arena...

George Washington may have won our independence from Britain, but Andrew Jackson won a spot in the HttCttD Championship.
As expected, it was the closest match either of them had been in, and it's not going to get any easier from here.

Jackson vs. Washington
Andrew Jackson     27 (54.0%)
George Washington     23 (46.0%)

Though the voting numbers were slightly in Jackson's favor, our commentariat was leaned towards Washington heading to the Championship.

Good point. Washington took 100% of the electoral vote. Twice! Even James Madison, who ran unopposed in 1820, couldn't even manage that.

Though Washington was defeated, he will return to the Arena April 2 and attempt to gain the 3rd Place spot.
Jackson will return April 9 for the HttCttD Championship.
Join us next week when Barack Obama and Theodore Roosevelt vie for the chance to go up against Jackson for our final fight.

1 comment:

  1. Unlike every other bracket match up this one might actually produce the fight I would really want to see

    A. Jackson v. Teddy R

    literally the two baddest asses every to be president. I literally do not know who would win that fight...who ...who ...who