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Recently, I wrote about how I dislike doing rankings of the Presidents because it always is the catalyst for a lot of whining, complaining, and annoying comments from readers who disagree or think I am a hack. Performance rankings are also difficult to do because history is always-evolving. However, I’ve decided to rank something that is much more important than job performance. I’ve decided to take the time to give my expert opinion — after years and years of deep study — to this very specific aspect of history which affects all of us each and every day.
So, without further ado, here are the Top 5 examples of Presidential Facial Hair in American History:
5. JEFFERSON DAVIS
And we’re already off to a controversial start! Jefferson Davis was an American President. I understand he wasn’t President of the United States. People mention this to me everytime I call him an “American President”. Guess what, I’ve been studying the Presidents for a long time; I know which ones were Presidents of the United States. Anyway, Jefferson Davis rocked the coolest goatee of any President — United States, Confederate States, Texas, Bear Flag Republic, Continental Congress, wherever — in American History. Abraham Lincoln wasn’t the only President with a beard during the Civil War! Davis also gets bonus points because, as an old man, he grew his goatee into a white Van Dyke that should be a requirement for all retired Southern statesmen.
4. YOUNG BILL CLINTON
Please try to divert your attention from the Secretary of State’s gigantic glasses. Hillary’s glasses were so big in the 1970s that she was able to see into the future and yell at Bill for cheating on her. As for Bill, the beard alone wouldn’t be as impressive as the beard of Rutherford B. Hayes or James Garfield, but the combination of Clinton’s beard and his lion’s mane of hair gives him this coveted spot on the list. Sure, Bill, we know you didn’t inhale…there weren’t any potheads who looked like this. Interesting historical note: this photograph captures the only two people who voted for George McGovern in 1972.
3. MARTIN VAN BUREN
They called him the “Red Fox of Kinderhook”, but Martin Van Buren looked like a mad scientist. When facial hair was out of style and before sideburns got their name (from Civil War General Ambrose E. Burnside, who popularized the look), the 8th President of the United States possessed side whiskers that looked like they were styled with jolts of electricity. Van Buren was considered a “dandy” by many fellow politicians of his day, but his fashionable clothing, expensive jewelry, and fancy gloves often seem mismatched with facial hair that resembled solar flares.
2. WOLVERINE…I MEAN, YOUNG THEODORE ROOSEVELT
How can you not love Theodore Roosevelt? He looks like one of the X-Men! A century before Marvel Comics apparently stole his image for a superhero, Theodore Roosevelt roamed the Badlands, herded cattle, hunted buffalo and horse thieves, and boxed for fun. “That damned cowboy”, as Mark Hanna would later call him, would eventually clean up and grow a normal-looking mustache but as a young man, TR looked every bit the Rough Rider that he wanted so much to be. With age and higher office, Roosevelt would resort to nice suits and his pretentious pince-nez glasses. That came after his Spanish-American War successes in Cuba, but young TR looked like a present-day prisoner at Guantanamo.
1. CHESTER ALAN ARTHUR
Let’s not kid ourselves, my fine readers. There could only be one winner for best Presidential facial hair and that man is Chester Alan Arthur, 21st President of the United States. Arthur was a trendsetter in fashion — an owner of over 80 pairs of pants who changed clothes several times a day. Any Mount Rushmore of Presidential facial hair must feature Arthur in the Washington position. Those aren’t “whiskers” or “sideburns” — those are MUTTON CHOPS. And they are monumental. Lemmy from Motörhead wakes up every morning, smokes a cigarette, washes down some amphetamines with swigs of Jack Daniels, looks in the mirror, sighs, and a single, solitary tear rolls down his cheek in envy of President Arthur’s facial hair. Washington is the Father of His Country, Jefferson made the Louisiana Purchase, and Lincoln freed the slaves, but Chet Arthur sported the most badass chops in American History. If you are an aspiring President or an aspiring Wizard of Oz, look no further than Chester Alan Arthur’s facial hair because that’s how legends are made.