How Consequential A President Was Ronald Reagan?

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Consequential enough to inspire a whole line of argument at last night's Democratic debate. At this rate, the Democrats will carve his likeness into Mount Rushmore while denouncing him at the same time to their constituencies. It's more than a little amusing to witness the split personalities on this issue, but I guess this is the result of two big Reagan electoral wins that continue to live on in the Democratic consciousness.


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will carve his likeness into Mount Rushmore

And maybe he belongs there.

By then, his most vociferous haters will have long since died of old age.

Besides, there's no reason to add him there: we've got plenty of mountains*.

The Fuzzy Puppy of the VRWC. I've been usurped!

*Personally, I'm all for more Mucking Big Heroic Statuary carved from the living rock.

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"Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it."
-Thomas Paine: The American Crisis, No. 4, 1777

This is all we need to win in November, especially if Obama is the candidate. He says it himself that the Republicans have all the ideas that have propelled us into the future. Nuff said.

I don't think that applies to the other side.
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"Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it."
-Thomas Paine: The American Crisis, No. 4, 1777

Can't we remind the dem's how they "felt" during the Reagan years? Those really were the good old days.

 
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