George W Bush
Unemployment When Hitler took office in early 1933, there were over 6 million Germans out of work; in 1935, that number was already well under 3 million, dropping to under 1 million by the end of 1936.
Under Bush, the American unemployment rate has skyrocketed and layoffs continue to mount. The U.S. economy has lost 2.4 million jobs since February 2001. Many of those were manufacturing jobs, which have moved offshore to countries where labor costs are cheaper. Consulting firm Forrester Research has predicted that, in the next 15 years, 3.3 million U.S. service industry jobs and $136 billion in wages will move offshore to countries such as India, Russia, China and the Philippines. Source: money.cnn.com
Hitler built the autobahn, almost inventing the concept of high speed road travel. A 23-kilometer (14-mile) expressway between Frankfurt and Darmstadt, which opened on May 19, 1935, was the first section completed under Hitler. By December 1941, when wartime needs brought construction to a halt, Germany had completed 3,864 kilometres (2,400 miles), with another 2,496 kilometres (1,550 miles) under construction. The autobahns played a key role in the blitzkrieg ("lightning war"), which involved massive coordinated air and ground attacks to stun opponents.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower based his grand plans on a high system for America on his observations of the German autobahn network of freeways.
Source: The Man Who Changed America
George W. Bush has not created anything which remotely had the economic impact of the autobahns. In addition, Amtrak and America's airlines are bankrupt, putting transportation into its worst crisis in history.
It seems the Bush administration are more interested in building railways in far off nations than maintaining their own. See Iraq's Railways and Amtrak.
Hitler was a completely self-made man. He came out of poverty and rose to the top with no help from his father.
Bush rose to power through the guiding hand of his father and his father's oil friends.
Hitler was the first to unify Europe under a common currency and single foreign policy, inspiring the European Union of today.
Bush's unilateralism has split the international coalition, causing at least 4 nations (Canada, France, Germany, Russia) to vociferously oppose his war plans.
Hitler was a captivating speaker, inspiring throngs of Germans to lift their right arms at a 45-degree angle.
Bush has difficulty remembering words and certain syllables, causing American intellectuals to shudder at his frequent gaffes.
I thought id stick this on here, I just like the way that one of the most hated men ever to live and cause destruction and death sounds a better ruler than the most powerful man in the world. Ofcourse its been written to sound like that but its quite good