They sure as hell got #1 right.
I haven't clicked the link, but let's guess. Teddy Roosevelt? SHOCKER.
It's not what is said, it's how it's said:
Checking Teddy Roosevelt's resume is like reading a How-To guide on ass-kicking manliness. He was a cattle rancher, a deputy sheriff, an explorer, a police commissioner, the assistant Secretary of the Navy, the governor of New York, and a war hero. Out of all of his jobs, hobbies and passions, Roosevelt always had a special spot in his heart for unadulterated violence.