Think you know everything there is to know about Barack Obama? How about Franklin Delano Roosevelt, one of the biggest-name presidents in America's past? Well get ready for this -- telling the two apart may be harder than you think.
During his second inaugural speech, Franklin Delano Roosevelt spoke these words. The only prez to be elected a whopping four times, he would go on to deliver two more inaugural speeches before his death in 1945.
We won't go into exactly which dumb war he's referring to, but this quote goes to Obama.
The great Rough Rider himself spoke these words in 1899, shortly before he would become the youngest president of the United States to date, following the assassination of President McKinley.
Warren Buffet might be one of the most notable philanthropists of all time, but Obama spoke these words when he took office in 2009
This may sound modern, but business cycles are what they are. FDR spoke these words during his first inaugural address.
Not talking about today's terrorists, FDR spoke this quote during his speech to congress after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor in 1941.
Obama might be a fan of progress, but Forbes' 2009 mightiest moneymaker was the one who said this. Even if Gates did let loose a few billion in the past year -- with that kind of dinero, who wouldn't feel pretty optimistic about life?
These words were spoken by Barack Obama during his election night victory speech.
This quote came from FDR, the guru behind the New Deal.
Obama spoke these words back in February 2009.