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Friday, June 11, 2004

Official statement on the death of R. Reagan

3 Comments

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let's see, President Reagan was investigated for nearly seven years and some $750K later on Iran-Contra and was completely exonerated.

May God rest Ronald Reagan the greatest president of the 20th Century, a man of freedom and liberty that pushed back the tide of repressive communism so others could be free.

6/15/2004 12:56:00 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ronald Reagan was a great American who let us believe in America again. May he rest in peace.

6/15/2004 05:13:00 PM

 
Blogger espd said...

Reagan was no more saintly than any other U.S. president of the 20th century. Like most of them, he did a lot of good, and a lot of bad.

Perhaps, friend, you should do a little more research:

1. Iran-Contra: He knew. And he knew it was illegal. And he was being stepped all over by his staff, who were the real ones running the country. Sound familiar?
2. Iran-Contra: Read the Tower Commission Report for yourself. I can lend you my copy.
3. Legacy: Reagan's policies weren't as "groundbreaking" as those with short memories prefer to believe.
4. Single-handedly ended the Cold War? Don't overlook the Gorbachev factor.

And I'll end with one more on Iran-Contra:"Americans came to believe he was larger than life. He isn't. He's a human being. He blew it."
--Newt Gingrich

6/15/2004 07:59:00 PM

 

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