posted on May, 2 2016 @ 08:46 PM
a reply to: BoxFulder
Nixon lost to Kennedy and one of the reasons was that he was not camera friendly. He had no visual charisma, where JFK was full of it. Big business
learned from this experience. It took them twenty years to find the right face at the right time to put before the American public as a strong
father figure. Reagan.
He was an amiable and mostly a milquetoast whose face was familiar to the public from B grade movies and soap commercials on TV. Once in office he was
'advised' by his big business handlers to open the floodgates that paved the way for the corporate personhood we have today. He was well into his
alzheimers syndrome in his second term and received from his closest advisor, his wife, advice she gleaned from her spiritualist beliefs, tarot and
Yes, many Americans loved Reagan because they could love their government again. He was supposedly an outsider. But not really, he was a puppet of big
Now Trump is considered an outsider. But for me he is just another case of big money grabbing power. They have just cutout the middle man which is
what Reagan was. Sure, Trump appears like a political outsider but you can bet your bottom dollar any policies he helps put in place will serve big
business, big money, and the powers that rule through the financial stranglehold that Reagan helped to establish..