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1.
The first un-elected American president. He was first appointed Nixon's VP when Spiro Agnew resigned and then after Nixon was forced to resign following Watergate, he became the president and remained so for 3 years.
Gerald Ford is good friends with Jimmy Carter despite the fact that he lost presidency to him.
by axon December 30, 2004
 
2.
Gerald R. Ford = 38th President of the United States 1974-1977. President Ford did an outstanding job trying to heal this country after the tragedies of Vietnam & Watergate. Considering the terrible mess that he inherited from Richard Nixon when he assumed office on 8-9-74 - he has to be congratulated for having done such a great job.

President Ford quiet demeanor was a refreshing contrast to the personalities of his immediate predecessors Richard M. Nixon and Lyndon B. Johnson. His common sense moderate approach to government will be treated better and better as time passes and history proves that he was right.

President Ford spared the country years of anquish & trial with his courageous and correct decision to pardon Richard M. Nixon - history has proven that he was right in making that decision. The country was able to - finally - move on and put the terrible Watergate mess behind us.

President Ford was presented with the Profiles in Courage award by Senator Edward M. Kennedy & Caroline Kennedy at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston back in May 2001 -- for his courage to put the best interests of the country first - before his own political interests -in granting the pardon to Richard M. Nixon. History has now proven that President Ford was totally correct in issuing the pardon to end the Watergate mess & tragedy that was tearing our nation apart during 1973 & 1974.

Gerald R. Ford represents what a Republican should be - moderate on social domestic issues, conservative on fiscal issues and a strong internationalist on foreign policy.

History will continue to treat President Gerald R. Ford better and better - as it should. President Gerald R. Ford is a wonderful human being - a very decent and honorable person.
President Gerald R. Ford was presented with the Profiles in Courage award at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in May 2001 by Senator Edward M. Kennedy for his courage in granting the pardon to Richard M. Nixon - thus ending the Watergate tragedy that was ripping the nation apart back in 1974.

Gerald Ford's quiet demeanor and steady leadership will be remembered with tremendous respect.
by WET CARGO BOY March 18, 2006
 
3.
A former football star at the University of Michigan. Gerald Ford's claim to fame comes from America' most recognizable rehabilitation center, the Betty Ford Clinic, which was set up by Ford's wife, Betty.
Gerald Ford's presidency was marked by two assassination attempts on his life. He's still alive now, so I'm assuming that they both failed.
by Diggity Monkeez January 09, 2005
 
4.
Apparently, one who enjoys the activities of watching football and eating high-calorie simultaneously with strangers.
Bob: Whoa, that's the last time I do that...
Julius: What happened?
Bob: This guy at the bar showed up with this huge grin on his face and asked me to come back to his place for nachos and to watch the Jet game.
Julius: Oh yeah, you were attacked by a rabid Gerry Ford... happens to the best of us.
by Nick February 03, 2004
 
5.
When a male has a semi or half erection; i.e. your cock is half-mast like a flag when a President dies.
Todd: For some reason I couldn't get it all the way up last night.

Dan: Oh........you had a Gerald Ford?

or

Vanessa: You have a Gerald Ford again? Do we have to have sex?
by d b August 30, 2007
 
6.
Alot of ppl think Gerald Ford was dumb, but honestly, whose dumber? Gerald Ford or the two ppl who tried to kill Gerald Ford, on two separate occasions.
Gerald Ford once hit a small child in the face with a golf club, by accident of course.
by norman May 09, 2005