(Original post by Cleomenes)
Well I'll just give my opinions, but nothing is so black and white as this:
8 - For the reason you said, I would say bad
7 - But he was still a vicious dictator, definitely bad.
6 - Pros and cons, rampant alcoholic and warmonger, and very arrogant, and an elitist. But he did bring Britain through World War II. Neither good nor bad.
5 - Things only turned bad for the USSR after his death, so I would probably view Lenin as good.
4 - If you even have to question whether Stalin was good I would doubt both your historical knowledge and sanity. Bad.
3 - Definitely bad. Watch the documentary "Hell's Angel" by Christopher Hitchens, he sums it up better than most can.
2 - Pros and cons again, but I cannot remember the cons off the top of my head, yet I'd still say there are more pros, so good.
1 - He brought Germany out of one of the worst economic crises the world has ever seen, but that doesn't do anywhere near redeem him. See my answer for Stalin.
For the Presidents question, I sincerely doubt it except perhaps George Washington and John Adams.
Clinton - a highly immoral and questionable man, see Christopher Hitchens' work on him, again sums it up better than myself.
Lincoln - only freed the slaves to win the support of Britain and France in the Civil War by blackmail, and his refusal to let the Southern States succeed purely because he needed their revenue can be seen as tyrannical.
FDR - no complaints, probably the best the US has ever voted in.
I'd also nominate Jimmy Carter for one of the best US Presidents. They haven't had a lot of other really good ones: though I'd say the worst are; Truman, Eisenhower and W. Bush.