Home - by BigFurHat - October 20, 2012 - 19:15 America/New_York - 25 Comments
October 20th, 2012
I regret that I was only able to vote for him three times.
According to the left, I am a “regressive” for wanting the times Ronald Regan gave us, and they are “progressive” for wanting more of Obama’s America…if that be the case, I am a proud “Regressive”!
oh, and a racis’
This is Obama’s vision of the future:
Can anybody imaging playing “God Bless America” as the background music to a damn thing asswipe 44 says?
^^^^sorry, I added text after the link…
I generally find myself voting for the the lesser of two evils in a presidential election. Ronald Reagan is the one and only president I had realistic high expectations of, and he far exceeded those. If it were not for the democrat congress he had to deal with we would have had a balanced budget and a functional national immigration system operating 30 years ago. Those two problems were solved through compromise with dem congress and they reneged on tens of billions of spending cuts and immigration law enforcement while hiking taxes and granting amnesty. Oh well, at least he won the cold war, brought freedom to millions in Eastern Europe, Restored pride in being American, and paved the way for employers to hire people. I can still hail to this Chief. God bless Ronald Reagan, and God save America from what we have become since he left.
Obama isn’t fit to wipe Ronald Reagan’s ass.
“Obama isn’t fit to wipe Ronald Reagan’s ass.”
I disagree. That is all that that putz is qualified to do, well, that, and singing in a minstrel show. Doo dah doo dah.
I truly miss him. Dear God will we ever see the light of day again?
unfortately he also gave millions in tax breaks, basicly funding meqiladoras withe teh taxpaers money and ‘send’ 100s of 1000s of decent manufacturing jobs to fking mexico – didn’t stem the flood of illegals, though
he also seemed to believe tip-em-back oneal when the fat bastard said we’ll get your taxbreaks (for the people) NEXT time…
I am 58 years old. I took this man for granted. God forgive me and may I in some small way help usher the next Patriot on the national stage, never again taking my American heritage as a given.
Thank you Ronaldus Magnus.
For four minutes and fourty-eight seconds, all was right with the world. Did everyone who watched that presentation feel their blood pressure drop a little? It is refreshing to listen to a President speak with out having the urge to vomit.
After Mitt locked it up, I thought, yet again, I was going to vote for him because he’s just not Obama. I mean while in 2008 McCain had my vote, it was a hold your nose pull-until Palin.
But I gotta tell anyone watching, Romney is making some pretty serious noises. He is constantly quoting our Founding documents. He has an under the radar transition team that are some really high powered CEOs. For crying out loud, he picked THE policy Republican wonk for his veep. I can hardly imagine the Oct MM telling the March MM this, but this man is inspiring.
He is poised to be a great president and I believe he knows it.
BTW Fur, thank you so much for that Reagan video, I had never seen any of it before
I was a dumb cluck barely 20 years old when Reagan was first president and completely uninterested in history and politics. And I think our teachers and others in our lives, when we’re young, make the whole thing too complex. The time to talk with our kids about our country’s and world affairs is while they are young. I think a lot of young people today will look back as I do and recognize how fortunate they were that presidents like Reagan and Romney led this country.
I listened to Nick Adams, an Australian author who wrote, “Exceptional America: A Message of Hope from a Modern-Day de Tocquville” on CSPAN’s Book TV. I know Reagan would have had him to dinner at the ranch.
Dare I say it. Romney seems to be channeling the Gipper. I’ve gone from, he’s not Barry, to, I’m impressed. I think the guy might have something to offer. He’s not stupid. Plus Ryan on the ticket is like Batman and Robin against Mr. Freeze the freaken economy. Bengazi just might do O in. Seems to be gaining a lot of momentum.
I gotta agree with MM. I held my nose and voted for Romney in the primary…I didn’t like it much, bit I did it.
Now, I am EXCITED about Mitt! He is strong, direct, and willing to take Bambam head on! I am so looking forward to darkening that circle next to his name on 11-6-2012!
and Bad Brad, that moment when Romney put O in the corner over the consulate attack and O begged for help from Candy, is when I knew Romey won…It moved the cover-up to front page news again and made O look scared, weak and insignificant!
There is nothing that can compare to a Man big enough that you can trust him with your country and sleep more peacefully at night knowing that it is safe in his hands.
I salute Ronald Reagan.
Menderman. Damn straight. Can’t wait for the next debate. The pressures on. Barry’s not what I would call a competitor. He might vapor lock. Watch for Romney to tie our weak anemic economy into a serious foreign policy issue.
Wm. A. "Bill" Fisher
October 21st, 2012
Reagan was a gentleman and a leader even before he became President. He spoke at Okla. State Univ. while Gov. of CA. I was a 15 year old who had gone to hear him because I had heard him speak for Goldwater on TV. After the speech, I made my way to the stage as everyone else was leaving. He stepped down to the front and I introduced myself to him and asked for his autograph. He could have blown me off, said he was too busy or on his way elsewhere. But instead, he stopped to visit with an inconsequential young man, took out his Governor’s business card and not having a pen on him, signed it with a littl “golf” pencil. It is one of my treasured keepsakes and along with the autograph from a Marine captured on Guam, one of the only two autographs I’ve ever requested. I’ve been around and worked with many stars, musicians and politicians since then, but along with my Dad and my Granddad, I have only two other heroes and I have their autographs to cherish their memories and what they have done for our Nation.
May Mitt Romney serve his Nation as they did theirs. Looking forward to seeing you again, President Reagan.
More, more, more, is all I can say, Fur. This was so wonderful I sat here and cried.
I’m like a few here… I took Reagan for granted. We were busy with our lives and he gave us time to live them. Now, I wonder what my country has become. I don’t recognize it anymore.
FEMA ORDERED 102,000 Boxcars With Shackles!”
FreeMan & Sarah Voting Early & Often
This is what an American leader is supposed to be like.
Let’s hope Mitt can live up to the task as well as he did.
Can anyone imagine 0bama saying anything remotely like this? Nope.
@ timmy g:
Yor publik ejakayshun iz shoeing thru. Go back to skool B4 U open yor ignant yaphole.
Stranded in Sonoma
We need your leadership more than ever now. And thank you for being the example to which we will hold all presidents from this day forward. George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Ronald Reagan. You have made us proud. All we can say is an insufficient but heartfelt Thank you for your service.
The American People
GOD bless Ronald Reagan
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