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President Ronald Reagan

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by Garry, Nov 12, 2012.

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  1. Garry

    Garry Active Member

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    I know many of you have seen this video before but it's worth watching again.
     
  2. Snowjet

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    Wish we had him back, what a great american. Thanks for the video.
    Bob
     
  3. GW22

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    Reagan was a pretty good President but he was never able to get 400,000 new people on food stamps in one month like Omaba just did.

    -Gary
     
  4. crusha

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    Well, hey...you're just a racist.
     
  5. GW22

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    Comb the desert!


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  6. blade819

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    Too bad Grover Nordquist wasn't around then to prevent Ronnie from raising taxes!

    blade819
     
  7. wayno

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    actually, contrary to what most of you on this forum might think, i thought reagan was an excellent president. he was a genius at the operation of foreign affairs, while having the ability to pretend that he had the slighest idea of how to control the economy. clinton, and the world economy itself, cured that problem. thus, he will likely go down in history as one of the near great presidents.
     
  8. X2 fan

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    Last time I checked, Ronald Reagan is still dead and he won't be coming back to life anytime soon.

    Tim
     
  9. lwr_

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    Well, even as a Zombie with alzheimers, Ronnie would be a better than the tick turd we have in office now.
     
  10. Rick Barker

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    Can we clone him?
     
  11. schwabby

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    Possibly, but the clone will be demented also.
     
  12. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    lwr, quote: <i>"Well, even as a Zombie with alzheimers, Ronnie would be a better than the tick turd we have in office now."</i>


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    Reagan 2016!
     
  13. Setterman

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    At least Reagan had morals, ethics, and the best interest of his country in mind.

    I'm getting tired of the "tolerance" BS the progressives and the media are preaching.

    Call me old fashion.
     
  14. schwabby

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    I'll go with the Marxist usurper any day.
     
  15. normanboy

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    This is sure a sharp contrast to the piece of crap we call a president today! I think it is fair to say that we all miss "The Gipper".
     
  16. mtimney

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    Reagan would likely have a heck of a time making it through a Republican primary election. Here's a recent AP news story:

    "Respected Republican Jeb Bush suggested Monday that neither adored conservative icon Ronald Reagan nor his own father, George H.W. Bush, would have enjoyed much success in today's ultra-conservative, intensely partisan Republican party.

    "They got a lot of things done with bipartisan support, but right now it's just difficult to imagine,” Bush, brother of the 43rd U.S. president and son of the 41st, said in a round-table discussion with reporters and editors held by Bloomberg View in Manhattan."

    Mark T.
     
  17. jakeduke

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    I was just wondering. Why do we need so many people in public service offices?
    Is there a logical answer to this question? I would like to know. I am open for a logicical explanation.
     
  18. John Galt

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    Nothing more entertaining than a little professoral jaw flapping.
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  19. mtimney

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    Galt..... Nothing less entertaining than a bore.
    Mark T.
     
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