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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN ON FAITH AND OUR NATIONS FUTURE

The following two video clips are from a formerly lost speech from President Ronald Reagan speaking to a group of High School students in July of 1988. His subject - Faith and the Future of America. A masterful speech from a great leader whose faith in God and in the American people brought strength and prosperity to our Nation. A subject that will never be heard and leadership that will never happen by the current pretender in the Oval Office.

Enjoy listening to a great President and a truly honorable man whose faith, integrity and strength of character and purpose place him among our greatest Presidents.





Ken Taylor

10 Comments:

Blogger Michael said...

Hey this seems the perfect place to share this with you.

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12:48 PM, February 24, 2010  
Blogger bbunk said...

Michael,

Clever (technology) but meaningless.

4:02 PM, February 24, 2010  
Blogger bbunk said...

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5:05 PM, February 24, 2010  
Blogger bbunk said...

Boy, this President could give a good speech.

From the video, you can see he is most certainly is using a teleprompter.

Wait a minute; is this guy Obama? Those are two of his most ridiculed characteristics.

Can it be true that using those ideas to describe a president is totally ridiculous?

Either Obama and Reagan are both complete jokes, or they need to be judged by other measures.

Nuff said.

5:19 PM, February 24, 2010  
Blogger Mike's America said...

bbunk: Reagan actually believed what he was saying. Can anyone say Obama really is the centrist he said he was going to be? Or did he just read the words off the teleprompter that were written by someone else.

You might not know that Reagan put a great deal of personal time into the development of his speeches. I know from personal experience.

6:06 PM, February 24, 2010  
Blogger bbunk said...

mike,

Before we move on to your thoughts, why don't you talk about what was posted? Nothing to say?

As to your points; I agree that Reagan did believe what he was saying; that doesn't automatically make his words the truth (his mention of Cadillac driving welfare queens, his tale of being there in WWII when a German camp was liberated, etc.) I do recall a specific night when, speaking to the nation, he said he had provided arms for hostages (a matter of breaking the law?). His words were, as I recall: A few months ago I told the American people I did not trade arms for hostages. My heart and my best intentions still tell me that's true, but the facts and the evidence tell me it is not. Slick MF'ing Liar. As an honorable person, what did this president do about this breach of justice?

On Obama as (or as not?) a centrist:

* in 12 months he has not repealed DADT (although it seems the idea is moving forward, there may be another year of delay on this)
* on health care, single payer was never anywhere close to the legislation, and the public option is something he apparently doesn't want to happen either
* doubling down on Afghanistan (twice) is hardly far left or even left (maybe not even centrist?)
* including tax cuts in the recovery act(about 1/3 of the total) was a Republican idea
* his stance on not getting tough with Wall Street is hardly liberal
* his statement to close Gitmo has languished, and is not close to happening any time soon
* upheld the position of the Bush administration that detainees do not have habeas corpus rights
* invoked Bushes "state secrets" argument to block a lawsuit against the NSA's wiretapping program
* he doesn't support going after those who carried out the interrogations under the guidelines, those who crafted the guidelines -- former Justice Department attorneys
* keeps suggesting that it's time to look forward, not backward (breaking the law is therefore always OK; it always happens in the past, don't you know)
* the military budget does not reflect the radical reforms Obama had campaigned on last year

I grant you that there are more aspects to this president than just these selected items. I just wanted to show a few reasons why he is harder to pin down on the political spectrum. I'm sure you or anyone else could reply with many counterpoints. If you must, OK; but I'm not interested in definitive scoring his exact left-center-right position.

Which brings me back to "teleprompter", as you close your centrist comments; if neither of us can factually prove that these presidents each believe and participate in the selection of the words they speak, off the cuff or not, can we agree to drop the GD teleprompter language? That would be a bipartisan start.

Regards.

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