Well Wellstone got alot of free media attention by being creative with his creative commercial advertising. I think in his ads he said something like "I don't have alot of money so I'll have to talk fast" and that was pretty effect in getting him more coverage.
Lincoln had one of the highest inflation rates of any President, he appointed bad general after bad general that extended the Civil War, and was a racist much to the opposite of the myth of Lincoln, now Lincoln did help to heel some of the wounds of the Civil War, but wasn't a great President.
LBJ was the second greatest domestic President, but because of his mistake of esculating the Vietnam war and then lying about it how the war was going.
My 5 worst Presidents list in no particular order:
Ulysses S. Grant
This law does not give a pharmacy the right to descriminate. What it does is say that a pharmacist can chose not fill a certain perscription, provided another pharmacist is on duty. Now the pharmacist would be in vilation if no other pharmacist is on duty.
I don't see any problem with this legislation provided it has a means by which pharmacies that don't fill prescriptions can be held accountable.
Right now its about 1 Representive for 630,000 people, I think it would make sense to make that number around 1 for every 200,000 people. So that Congressional districts wouldn't streak for over a 100 miles in most cases, which would be a benifit to all.
Probably someone that believes its not do-able to make abortion illegal because it will lead to "back alley abortions." Believes late-term abortions should be strongly restricted and there should be things like parental notification. Believes that more money should be put into anti-poverty measures for pregnant women, giving more information about adoption and making the adoption system better, and providing more help to the parents of children, also educating more about safe-sex. All of those things would be smart mesures to reduce the number of abortions.