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Old 04-19-2014, 02:48 PM
 
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not a republican alive can beat hillary, yes i can agree with that, oh not that they not some good republican out there but more how sorry the average american voter is, they would be happy unless 99% of untied states was on welfare
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Old 04-19-2014, 02:50 PM
 
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Default Dems on the Run from Reality!

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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.
Of course I speaking of Reagan and this business about hockis pockis,is crazy talk. I remember Reagan and everyone return to good paying jobs and we were respected by every Nation. Lending rates dropped and people actually were in the position to buy homes. Americans income increased!
The fall of the Soviet Union

Ms.. Clinton is damage beyond words. Obama successful kept her out, and the Clintons at the time, thought it was a good deal to pay for Hilary's Failed Presidential Run. The mountain of facts are certainly against Clinton.

Just the mere quote" why does it Matter" speech Clinton done before Congress is a show stopper!
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Old 04-19-2014, 03:24 PM
 
Location: north central Ohio
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Of course I speaking of Reagan and this business about hockis pockis,is crazy talk. I remember Reagan and everyone return to good paying jobs and we were respected by every Nation. Lending rates dropped and people actually were in the position to buy homes. Americans income increased!
The fall of the Soviet Union

Ms.. Clinton is damage beyond words. Obama successful kept her out, and the Clintons at the time, thought it was a good deal to pay for Hilary's Failed Presidential Run. The mountain of facts are certainly against Clinton.

Just the mere quote" why does it Matter" speech Clinton done before Congress is a show stopper!

I'm 63 years old and I remember the crappy inflation/job losses/homelessness during the Reagan Reign of terror,and I also remember the Iran-Contra affair! Yeah, real swell guy,that cowboy was!

But I will not respond to anymore ridiculous nonsense about him.
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Old 04-19-2014, 04:54 PM
 
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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!
You are obviously too young to remember the Reagan presidency. Look up trickle down economics. Reagan tripled the national debt. He raised the debt ceiling 17 times. He expanded the size of government. As a Conservative, you would never vote for him today.

He will not be remembered as a great anything except by Republicans who routinely rewrite history to their advantage. Who you think you know as President Reagan, the saint of the right wingers, is largely a myth.

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Old 04-19-2014, 05:19 PM
 
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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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
Let's just leave it at: I know a heck of a lot more about Reagan than you could ever know from what you read. Yes, Nancy did consult with Joan Quigley and yes, on a regular basis. End of story. There is no way I will ever convince you the rest of what you think you know is 75% not true. So I guess, we will have to leave it at that.
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Old 04-19-2014, 05:21 PM
 
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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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?
leave it at I do know. End of story!!!!!
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Old 04-19-2014, 05:58 PM
 
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leave it at I do know. End of story!!!!!
Well, alrighty, then. Ignore Reagan's own Chief of Staff, pay no attention to Reagan spokesman Marlin Fitzwater and the other White House officials who were actually there and have confirmed that Mrs. Reagan's astrology beliefs influenced the scheduling of important events, because Nita knows, folks. End of story!!!!
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Old 04-19-2014, 06:09 PM
 
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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Well, alrighty, then. Ignore Reagan's own Chief of Staff, pay no attention to Reagan spokesman Marlin Fitzwater and the other White House officials who were actually there and have confirmed that Mrs. Reagan's astrology beliefs influenced the scheduling of important events, because Nita knows, folks. End of story!!!!
did I saw she did not consult and did not play a part? No I didn't, but I can assure you Reagan had nothing to do with astrology and yes, I do know.. end of story!!!! Have you ever heard of taking things out of context?
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Old 04-19-2014, 06:33 PM
 
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this probably depends on where you live. We all know there are some states that will support her for that reason, if none other. But I am guessing most of those states would be hard pressed to support many Republicans. I do not think, for instance Hispanics will automatically support her just because she is a woman. Yes, there are many who will and it makes me wonder, where our heads are. This goes for supporting a minority candidate, or not supporting a woman cause she doesn't belong in politics.
Time to break the country up if she wins.
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Old 04-19-2014, 06:44 PM
 
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I'm 63 years old and I remember the crappy inflation/job losses/homelessness during the Reagan Reign of terror,and I also remember the Iran-Contra affair! Yeah, real swell guy,that cowboy was!

But I will not respond to anymore ridiculous nonsense about him.

I do not know what you were doing, but it was a good time and finically growth period for my family. During Carter inflation was out of control home rates were untouchable and we had double digit unemployment from the Man from Plains Georgia,

The Iran Contra thing played out and those involves were punished. That being said, to have strong foreign policy one must break a few eggs and will to put yourself out there. That's leadership.

No matter who is President is, these kind of operation go on all the time for the sake of National Defense or US Interest. Some must do the dirty work. We do live in the world where not everybody plays by the same rules.
Regardless to popular believe, the office of President is more than shooting hoops or playing golf with Tiger.

I guess we were in alternate universes and there was something you missed! For the record I am glad you will not respond, its a waste of time.
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