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November 11, 2009


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forget that Obama speech, another classic and timeless Reagan speech.

Lone Wolf

Just another example of why Reagan was in my opinion the best President the U.S. has ever had.


Whenever I hear Ronald Reagan now, I cry. To see how far we've fallen is just sometimes almost unbearable. That man was amazing, and hearing him gives me chills (but not tingles down my leg, thank you). Barry is a jackbutt. What a bloated narcissist! What a sad and disturbing time in our history.


Good READING. Nearly every American adult could do the same... so what's so special about BHO?

Maddie - Saukville

I cry too buff. This was one of his finest, General Secretary Gorbachev, if you seek peace, if you seek prosperity for the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, if you seek liberalization: Come here to this gate! Mr. Gorbachev, open this gate! Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!

Even without the dramatic music Charlie Sykes plays in his audio bump, it makes me cry. This and the Challenger address, they slipped the surly bonds of earth to touch the face of God.

You hear his hope in the Wall address, always with President Reagan the message was hope and that the best days were ahead. What a tragedy his mind was taken from all of us so much sooner than his body. If ever a fifth face is carved into the Black Hills, his is most deserving.


Did you know that Rasmussen polled the importance of the fall of the Berlin Wall: 93% believe the event is of great importance to world history.

That leaves BHO in the 7% category... he didn't think it important enough to accept the invitation to attend in Germany to mark the anniversary. "Nero" fiddled in DC and sent a video-taped message... mention of himself but nothing of the impact Reagan had in this historic event.

His attempt to re-write history by deleting any mention of Reagan will not work... many everyday citizens were there as witnesses.

Maddie - Saukville

I did not know that Joyce but I think it stands to reason. Has there ever been a greater symbol of division between ideologies among the human race? I can't think of it. I won't let Dutch be forgotten either.

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