THINGS SAID ABOUT U.S. PRESIDENTS THAT I NEVER WANT TO BE SAID ABOUT ME

I took a personal day and spent my afternoon in the National Portrait Gallery. Decided I will have failed in life if these are ever written in a description accompanying my portrait.
  1. "Undistinguished" and "Rigid and humorless"
    Re: President John Quincy Adams (1825-1829)
  2. "Not a man who would have entered anybody's mind" as a Presidential candidate
    Re: President Chester Alan Arthur (1881-1885) VP who became president when President Garfield was assassinated
  3. "Known as the 'Iceberg' Harrison was unusually detached...and in domestic matters his presidential style was essentially passive."
    Re: President Benjamin Harris (1889-1893)
  4. "...at least promised no unsettling changes." And "Escaped having to face the corrupt behavior of his appointees"
    Re: President Warren G. Harding (1921-1923)
  5. "Married his cousin."
    Looking at you, Franklin D. Roosevelt (1933-1945)