Benjamin Harrison

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Mr Dull,
Benjamin Harrison
Mr Dull, Benjamin Harrison
Political career
Order 23rd President
Vice President Levi P. Morton
Term of office March 4, 1889March 4, 1893
Preceded by Grover Cleveland
Succeeded by Grover Cleveland
Political party Originally Whig Party, later Republican
Personal details
Nationality American
Date of birth August 20 1833, 1833, Dead March 13 1901.
Place of birth North Bend, Ohio
Date of death 1901
Place of death N/A
First Lady Caroline Scott

Benjamin 'B-Sizzle' Harrison (August 20, 1833 - March 13, 1901) was the 23th President of the United States. However, he doesn't even hold that distinction, because he supposedly died in office, and was replaced by a double.

Harrison was the grandson of President William Henry Harrison who lasted in office for one month back in 1841. By then end of Ben Harrison's presidency they wished his had ended prematurely like his grandpappy's.

This presidency is also called the 'sandwich administration' as he was preceded and succeeded by that of Grover Cleveland. Ben Harrison had started political life as a Whig but then joined the Republican Party as he couldn't whistle 'Dixie' in tune.


Benjamin is described as America's crazy president, having had parties, dated twelve high school girls, and drinking an entire bottle of wine in under 12 seconds. He never got anything done, which was fine, as nothing really happened.


Harrison is credited with supporting tariffs against the cheap skate Europeans and ghastly Canadians. He was also in favour of voting rights which would today make him a left winger in the Democrat Party, even though Ben's political affiliation (affliction?) was with the Republicans.


Harrison invited Dick Cheney over for a fun hunting trip, where Cheney accidentally mistook Harrison for a bear and shot him. This killed Harrison, and that's why Harrison served only one year.