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Without Reagan's Treason, Iran Would Not Be a Problem

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posted on Nov, 27 2013 @ 02:28 PM
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burdman30ott6
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And if Reagan were never elected, America would be a much more progressive nation.


The above is reason enough to celebrate Reagan's victory for virtually everyone who doesn't depend on taxpayer redistribution for their personal wellbeing.


Yes Reagan was something to celebrate. His war on the middle class was really good for America not to mention skyrocketing national debt because of the tax cuts he gave his wealthy backers. Then he thought it was a good idea to get companies to move overseas another real good idea for America. Reagan was Americas worst president.




posted on Nov, 27 2013 @ 02:51 PM
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It's a damn shame John Hinckley, Jr. didn't have better aim.



posted on Nov, 27 2013 @ 02:54 PM
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LeatherNLace
It's a damn shame John Hinckley, Jr. didn't have better aim.


Adults are having a discussion here. Let's keep the ridiculous immaturity out of the thread, please.



posted on Nov, 27 2013 @ 02:55 PM
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burdman30ott6

LeatherNLace
It's a damn shame John Hinckley, Jr. didn't have better aim.


Adults are having a discussion here. Let's keep the ridiculous immaturity out of the thread, please.


Treason isn't punishable by death anymore?



posted on Nov, 27 2013 @ 02:59 PM
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buster2010
Yes Reagan was something to celebrate. His war on the middle class was really good for America not to mention skyrocketing national debt because of the tax cuts he gave his wealthy backers. Then he thought it was a good idea to get companies to move overseas another real good idea for America. Reagan was Americas worst president.


Reagan had insanely positive median income growth. The national debt under Reagan grew because of military and defense spending (which also generated real jobs and real growth, unlike the no-strings attached bailout spending and handouts we've become accustomed to lately), not because of "wealthy backer" glad handing. Also, Reagan neither forced the unions to strong arm their meal tickets out the door nor signed the free trade agreements allowing those businesses to leave sans negative impacts.

Bottom line, Reagan was a solid president. Not the GOAT, but certainly nowhere near the dreggs from the bottom of the leadership barrel we've seen from such presidents as Carter and Obama.



posted on Nov, 28 2013 @ 08:29 AM
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burdman30ott6

buster2010
Yes Reagan was something to celebrate. His war on the middle class was really good for America not to mention skyrocketing national debt because of the tax cuts he gave his wealthy backers. Then he thought it was a good idea to get companies to move overseas another real good idea for America. Reagan was Americas worst president.


Reagan had insanely positive median income growth. The national debt under Reagan grew because of military and defense spending (which also generated real jobs and real growth, unlike the no-strings attached bailout spending and handouts we've become accustomed to lately), not because of "wealthy backer" glad handing. Also, Reagan neither forced the unions to strong arm their meal tickets out the door nor signed the free trade agreements allowing those businesses to leave sans negative impacts.

Bottom line, Reagan was a solid president. Not the GOAT, but certainly nowhere near the dreggs from the bottom of the leadership barrel we've seen from such presidents as Carter and Obama.


The national debt increased because he spent money like a junkie with a credit card with no limit. The debt ceiling went up 18 times under him. All of Reagan jobs growth was defense jobs something we were warned about letting the defense industry having too much power something Eisenhower tried to tell America. So Reagan's voodoo economic job growth was nothing but corporate welfare.



Reagan didn't strong arm unions? Did you forget how he fired the Air Traffic controllers? And if you do a little research you will see that it was Reagan that laid all the ground work for the free trade agreement. In fact he was pushing for it in his 1980 presidential campaign. And who signed NAFTA? Why his Vice President. A good majority of the economic problems that America is having is a direct result of Reagan's policies.

The North American Free Trade Agreement: Ronald Reagan's Vision Realized



Long-Standing Support for Free Trade with Mexico. Ronald Reagan first proposed a free trade agreement between the U.S. and Mexico in his 1980 presidential campaign. Since that time, The Heritage Foundation is proud of the role it has played in articulating President Reagan's vision of free trade in Latin America and around the world.
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