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What would Reagan do?

March 9, 2014

Mike Schauer, Mandan President Obama and his advisors can add foreign affairs to their list of dismal failures....

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matman1

Mar-09-14 12:37 AM

What would Reagan do?

I don't recall...

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Larry7

Mar-09-14 1:57 AM

What would Bush do, what would Nixon do, what would Ford do, what would Jefferson do ?

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mallrats

Mar-09-14 4:16 AM

What would Jesus do?

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Legend

Mar-09-14 11:01 AM

He called American workers lazy. He let the republican private sector economics plan give us 10% unemployment. His policies r the reason it now takes 2 parents to support a family. He already has a legacy and only the blind right calls it great. We gave him a chance and supported him. I suggest u do the same for our current president. The civilized world is behind our president--but not u.

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Legend

Mar-09-14 11:13 AM

Clinton cleaned up Reagan's mess and is an advisor to our President. I expect Obama and our allies will do the right thing and after this is over someone will take putin's trophy wife away from him. How about getting behind our cause. Reagan did not tear down the wall--he just said it after the USSR was failing. It was our will and the support for our presidents and our cause with the help of Korean and Viet Nam vets that brought the wall down. Putin did the same to Bush--but oh! he is republican and therefore perfect. Another mess he left 4 our president. U owe this president a chance b4 u spout bengazi talk.

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Legend

Mar-09-14 11:17 AM

I say let em destroy it all like they want to. Nothing short of that will have any hope of exposing this greed. Let them prove their God is oil.

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JackAaah

Mar-09-14 12:10 PM

I know that I have the RSPECT for Obama that his getting the Peas Prize WILL bring everlasting peas to the World....

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rajiihammr

Mar-09-14 12:53 PM

Reagan would invade Granada.

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The1RugbyReader

Mar-09-14 1:17 PM

Reagan is dead. He wouldn't do anything. Duh...

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BillGarr2016

Mar-09-14 1:55 PM

Reagan would tuck his tail between his knees and do nothing just like he did when those 300 Marines died in Beirut. Just like he did when Russian tanks rolled into Poland

Reagan today wouldn't even get to speak at this weeks CPAC convention. The right wing has grown way too extreme. Just wait for the cameras to expose their true vileness. You are toast!

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JackAaah

Mar-09-14 3:38 PM

With RSPECT, I think we really should be asking "What Would Rugby Do?"

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Legend

Mar-09-14 5:33 PM

Reagan would have gone to someone like cheney for advice. cheney would understand putin because they think alike--to*****with the general public we can schmooze em into believing anything. Jesus was not a war monger--like those who currently badmouth our president. putin lied about troops in Crimea, lost the respect of the civilized world and is starting to show the strain of his misbehavior. He has made many enemies including russians who will pounce when his chips r down. Wouldn't want to b him.

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BillGarr2016

Mar-09-14 9:19 PM

landslide14, We are talking about how a President reacts to a crisis on a world stage. As soon as some one gives you a factual history lesson about how poorly Bush and Reagan reacted you change the subject to abortion?

Are you embarrassed by Beirut, Poland and Georgia? You well should be.

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Legend

Mar-09-14 11:06 PM

Someone needs their medication. bengazi--the needle; iraq--the haystack.

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chadk66

Mar-09-14 11:16 PM

even though it's total hogwash, I think this country would love a 10% unemployment rate right now lol

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chadk66

Mar-09-14 11:16 PM

even though it's total hogwash, I think this country would love a 10% unemployment rate right now lol

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chadk66

Mar-09-14 11:16 PM

Clinton an advisor to Obama? Now that's reassuring

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EarlyBird

Mar-10-14 8:36 AM

Half the people in this country are getting or are planning to get some type of government pension or retirement check, they will always vote for more taxes and government expansion. Someday the government will have to support itself like it was intended to do with import and export taxes.

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EarlyBird

Mar-10-14 8:38 AM

As far as Reagan he would look for popularity no matter how many times he flip-flopped parties.

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Legend

Mar-10-14 10:10 AM

Snowden may not need a nail file anymore. Probably rethinking his choice of hellholes to hideout. Is putin so brazen because he knows more from snowden? LS: Said another way--the ACA caused the cancellation of some policies often called "junk" because those do not have good coverage, often cost much more than worth and recognized by those in the know as a bad buy. Reds have been calling blues "weak" 4 scores of years--all while they pick fights they can't win. putin would like those who badmouth our Pres. right now--and probably knows who they r.

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locomotive

Mar-10-14 10:25 AM

Legend: "His policies r the reason it now takes 2 parents to support a family."

This is patently false.

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chadk66

Mar-10-14 10:57 AM

Reagan didn't have to look for popularity. He was simply just popular with an overwhelming majority of people in both parties.

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EarlyBird

Mar-10-14 11:28 AM

Reagan served as President of the Screen Actors Guild and later as a spokesman for General Electric (GE); his start in politics occurred during his work for GE. Originally a member of the Democratic Party, his positions began shifting rightward in the 1950s, and he switched to the Republican Party in 1962.

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EarlyBird

Mar-10-14 11:32 AM

Do you see the the connection he had with EPA and big business in his history? He went from helping the government to helping himself, he never did anything for the USA citizens.

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EarlyBird

Mar-10-14 11:35 AM

You have to go back over 100 years to find a POTUS who left the White house with less than they entered it with.

And yeah there were some who did.

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