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Old 04-19-2014, 09:05 AM
 
Location: north central Ohio
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One word will doom any chance Hillary 'might' have had~Benghazi!


She doesn't have a chance in Hell. If she couldn't win the primaries against an unknown black man,it is totally ludicrous to think she has any chance now!
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Old 04-19-2014, 09:08 AM
 
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Denial is not a river in Egypt.
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Old 04-19-2014, 09:46 AM
 
Location: SE Arizona - FINALLY! :D
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oh how little you know about Reagan. Just making a statement like that shows you know nothing. He did not consult with astrologists!!!! You know being biased is one thing, most of us here do have strong political views, but to make a statement you want to believe that isn't true is like having your head in the sand all the time.
Sure he did. Reagan said the consultations didn't affect policy but apparently they consulted them for SOMETHING, so to say he "didn't consult with astrologists" is apparently a flat out lie:

"President Reagan and his wife, Nancy, are both deeply interested in astrology, the White House spokesman, Marlin Fitzwater, said today, and two former White House officials said Mrs. Reagan's concerns had influenced the scheduling of important events.

A California astrologer said she had been consulted by the Reagans regarding key White House decisions, but Mr. Reagan said astrology had not influenced policy.

Followers of astrology believe the alignment of stars and planets influences human affairs. Such people consult charts, based on their birth dates, for clues concerning many decisions.

Mr. Fitzwater said Mrs. Reagan is particularly worried about the impact astrological portents can have on her husband's safety. But he declined to say exactly how Mrs. Reagan had used astrological information. And the President, answering a question at a photo-taking session, said, ''No policy or decision in my mind has ever been influenced by astrology.'"


White House Confirms Reagans Follow Astrology, Up to a Point - NYTimes.com

Now, what was it you were saying about having your head buried in the sand?

Ken
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Old 04-19-2014, 12:44 PM
 
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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Sure he did. Reagan said the consultations didn't affect policy but apparently they consulted them for SOMETHING, so to say he "didn't consult with astrologists" is apparently a flat out lie:

"President Reagan and his wife, Nancy, are both deeply interested in astrology, the White House spokesman, Marlin Fitzwater, said today, and two former White House officials said Mrs. Reagan's concerns had influenced the scheduling of important events.

A California astrologer said she had been consulted by the Reagans regarding key White House decisions, but Mr. Reagan said astrology had not influenced policy.

Followers of astrology believe the alignment of stars and planets influences human affairs. Such people consult charts, based on their birth dates, for clues concerning many decisions.

Mr. Fitzwater said Mrs. Reagan is particularly worried about the impact astrological portents can have on her husband's safety. But he declined to say exactly how Mrs. Reagan had used astrological information. And the President, answering a question at a photo-taking session, said, ''No policy or decision in my mind has ever been influenced by astrology.'"


White House Confirms Reagans Follow Astrology, Up to a Point - NYTimes.com

Now, what was it you were saying about having your head buried in the sand?

Ken
she said, he said: I can assure you Reagan did not consult any astrologer. Yes, Nancy did. This was known all over Ca when he was governor and everyone in DC when he was Pres. but he never was even mildly influenced by what was said. Being interested in something does not mean you believe it or follow it.. Just because someone says they were consulted by someone doesn't make it true.
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Old 04-19-2014, 01:07 PM
 
Location: north central Ohio
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oh how little you know about Reagan. Just making a statement like that shows you know nothing. He did not consult with astrologists!!!! You know being biased is one thing, most of us here do have strong political views, but to make a statement you want to believe that isn't true is like having your head in the sand all the time.
YEAH RIGHT!!!! That's why there is so freakin much information and history about the idiot and his wife consulting his astrologist!

There is no way in 'you know where' that you don't know that is a fact!


Joan Quigley - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The President's Astrologers - Joan Quigley, Nancy Reagan, Politicians and Their Families, Ronald Reagan : People.com

Sydney Omarr, Reagan, and Astrology

He was a superstitious fool,and who can forget 'Voo-Doo Economics' and the other crazy crap he dreamed up?

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Old 04-19-2014, 01:33 PM
 
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she said, he said: I can assure you Reagan did not consult any astrologer. Yes, Nancy did. This was known all over Ca when he was governor and everyone in DC when he was Pres. but he never was even mildly influenced by what was said. Being interested in something does not mean you believe it or follow it.. Just because someone says they were consulted by someone doesn't make it true.
Sorry, Nita, but it's been pretty widely reported that especially after Reagan was shot, Nancy became obsessed with controlling his schedule according to what her astrologer said. More than one person from his administration has admitted this.

Nancy consulted astrologer, Joan Quigley, who "offered insight on which days were "good", "neutral", or should be avoided, which influenced her husband's White House schedule. Days were color-coded according to the astrologer's advice to discern precisely which days and times would be optimal for the president's safety and success. The White House Chief of Staff, Donald Regan, grew frustrated with this regimen, which created friction between him and the First Lady."

Nancy then orchestrated Regan's ouster as Chief of Staff shortly thereafter.

Nancy Reagan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Old 04-19-2014, 02:20 PM
 
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Sorry, Nita, but it's been pretty widely reported that especially after Reagan was shot, Nancy became obsessed with controlling his schedule according to what her astrologer said. More than one person from his administration has admitted this.

Nancy consulted astrologer, Joan Quigley, who "offered insight on which days were "good", "neutral", or should be avoided, which influenced her husband's White House schedule. Days were color-coded according to the astrologer's advice to discern precisely which days and times would be optimal for the president's safety and success. The White House Chief of Staff, Donald Regan, grew frustrated with this regimen, which created friction between him and the First Lady."

Nancy then orchestrated Regan's ouster as Chief of Staff shortly thereafter.

Nancy Reagan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Why are we talking about this? This has do all about nothing except to attempt to tarnish one of the Greatest Presidents.

Socialist Liberals and the DNC trying to rewrite History.

Why does some close this thread!
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Old 04-19-2014, 02:27 PM
 
Location: north central Ohio
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Why are we talking about this? This has do all about nothing except to attempt to tarnish one of the Greatest Presidents.

Socialist Liberals and the DNC trying to rewrite History.

Why does some close this thread!
One of the 'Greatest Presidents' good lord,when you spout such nonsense you're asking for rebuttal!!!!!!ROTFLMBO

But I'll let history speak for itself,and return to the topic~ I believe Benghazi will sink Hillary's chances,and though she was a very respected senator,I don't think she or anyone else that I know of is Presidential material.
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Old 04-19-2014, 02:29 PM
 
Location: Maine
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Default Two reasons (there's more, of course)

for Hillary to not be president: Benghazi and grandbaby (thank you, Chelsea!)

The United States would also improve if Eric Holder, Harry Reid, and Nancy Pelosi no longer worked in politics.
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Old 04-19-2014, 02:34 PM
 
Location: north central Ohio
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for Hillary to not be president: Benghazi and grandbaby (thank you, Chelsea!)

The United States would also improve if Eric Holder, Harry Reid, and Nancy Pelosi no longer worked in politics.
I can agree with that,well no,actually we need to get rid of all the liars and thieves on Capital Hill!
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