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      06-06-2010, 06:28 PM   #1
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      06-06-2010, 06:29 PM   #2
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Lol wut?
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should we have a bush thread as well?
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      06-06-2010, 06:45 PM   #5
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should we have a bush thread as well?
... "and then the man said: Prescott? Senior? George? (laughs, applause)"

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We never meet again a decade of prosperity like the 80's in a long time. And i thanks Ronald because he spread that spirit shaped in dollars to all world. Face it: the best movies, the most legendary cars, the most impressives athletes and sportsmans, the most wonderfull songs... all my goods and sweet childhood memories, and yours too, all that, we owe to Ronald. God keep him in his glory. Like it or not.

I said.
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      06-06-2010, 07:14 PM   #7
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You are giving the man waaaaay too much credit.
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This is the same obsessive kid that had that julio iglesias worship thread.
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This is the same obsessive kid that had that julio iglesias worship thread.
Yes i am and you should know, Yulio sings for president Reagan in many of his birthday party. Thats make me proud and belive we all live in a wonderfull world.

I dedicate this one

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      06-08-2010, 02:58 AM   #11
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probably belongs in the politics section
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We never meet again a decade of prosperity like the 80's in a long time. And i thanks Ronald because he spread that spirit shaped in dollars to all world. Face it: the best movies, the most legendary cars, the most impressives athletes and sportsmans, the most wonderfull songs... all my goods and sweet childhood memories, and yours too, all that, we owe to Ronald. God keep him in his glory. Like it or not.

I said.
This ^.
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You are giving the man waaaaay too much credit.
The truth hurts.
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This ^.
I left this thread fall because i being to feel alone. Reagan supporters came here and pay tribute to this man.
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Speaking as a British socialist there is much about Reagan's social and economics policies to hate - if only for the influence he had on Thatcher to replicate them here.

But Reagan is, was, and always will be the man who won the cold war, and that alone is enough ti make me like him.

Essentially the Strategic Defence Initiative bankrupted the Soviet Union - they couldn't afford to outspend the US in the race to develop space weapons. The fact that the technology didn't exist makes it even better. Gorbachev realised he couldn't protect himself militarily from such a system and instead worked to disarm the belligerence that had driven the old men that preceeded him. And Reagan was as happy planning for disarming as he was for rearming, showing remarkable flexibility.

Regardless of the damage his economic policies did, he left America and the world safer than he had found it. And the money saved from not having to worry about nuclear holocaust far outweighs the damage anyway. I grew up fascinated by nuclear war as I was genuinely afraid of the bomb. My kids don't have to be afraid, thanks in part to Ronald Reagan.
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You gotta love a president who made a deal with Iran to hang onto the US Prisoners there, until after he got elected. Fuck Ronald Reagan.
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Speaking as a British socialist there is much about Reagan's social and economics policies to hate - if only for the influence he had on Thatcher to replicate them here.

But Reagan is, was, and always will be the man who won the cold war, and that alone is enough ti make me like him.

Essentially the Strategic Defence Initiative bankrupted the Soviet Union - they couldn't afford to outspend the US in the race to develop space weapons. The fact that the technology didn't exist makes it even better. Gorbachev realised he couldn't protect himself militarily from such a system and instead worked to disarm the belligerence that had driven the old men that preceeded him. And Reagan was as happy planning for disarming as he was for rearming, showing remarkable flexibility.

Regardless of the damage his economic policies did, he left America and the world safer than he had found it. And the money saved from not having to worry about nuclear holocaust far outweighs the damage anyway. I grew up fascinated by nuclear war as I was genuinely afraid of the bomb. My kids don't have to be afraid, thanks in part to Ronald Reagan.
Wow, you've actually said something I agree with.

There were quite a few negatives about Reagan and his policies, but the sole fact that he forced an end to the cold war is enough in itself. I don't think those who are too young to remember what it was like living during those times would really understand how much of an impact that had on the outlook and daily life of individuals worldwide.

I wouldn't put the man on a pedestal, but to ignore that accomplishment is... well... ignorant.
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Speaking as a British socialist there is much about Reagan's social and economics policies to hate - if only for the influence he had on Thatcher to replicate them here.

But Reagan is, was, and always will be the man who won the cold war, and that alone is enough ti make me like him.

Essentially the Strategic Defence Initiative bankrupted the Soviet Union - they couldn't afford to outspend the US in the race to develop space weapons. The fact that the technology didn't exist makes it even better. Gorbachev realised he couldn't protect himself militarily from such a system and instead worked to disarm the belligerence that had driven the old men that preceeded him. And Reagan was as happy planning for disarming as he was for rearming, showing remarkable flexibility.

Regardless of the damage his economic policies did, he left America and the world safer than he had found it. And the money saved from not having to worry about nuclear holocaust far outweighs the damage anyway. I grew up fascinated by nuclear war as I was genuinely afraid of the bomb. My kids don't have to be afraid, thanks in part to Ronald Reagan.
My old headed dad believes the same thing.

Its almost as if you expect to believe that reagan takes office in 80s, creates this bullshit "stars wars" crap, and the russians go broke 5 years later. The man was just in the right place at the right time. The russians had been pissing in a steel pot for decades. They were going broke long before he ever came around.
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