by Teresa Kline '13
Really, who could possibly win the Hunger Games but Teddy Roosevelt?
As proven by his history, Teddy is the perfect mix of cunning and athleticism. Teddy founded the famous Rough Riders and led an expedition into the Amazon jungle, confirming beyond a doubt he has the physical ability to endure whatever arena the judges might choose.
The first sitting president to win a Nobel Peace Prize, he’s shown his prowess in diplomacy, but isn’t afraid to be forceful when necessary. In the Hunger Games, Teddy would “speak softly and carry a big stick” all the way to victory.