Frank Underwood and Selina Meyer offer two starkly different images of the American presidency. On House of Cards, Underwood is cold and calculating, given to directly addressing the camera and destroying anyone in his way. Veep's Meyer, on the other hand, is perpetually frazzled by the incompetence surrounding her and continually frustrated by the bureaucratic political machine. She is given to profanity and pettiness while Frank holds it together on the surface and has a hidden murderous streak. With House of Cards still enjoying the glow of its third season and Veep primed to return this weekend for another round of critical adoration, let's take a look at these two political giants (if only in their own minds), ranking everything from their stance on bloggers to how many murders they've committed. Selina and Frank go head to head in the tale of the tape: