Wow---didn't know something good came out of Hyde Park. Bet it really bugs Obama to have Reagan that close to him.
Posted by Vikki on 12/15 at 08:53 PM | #
Such sad and scandalous news is fully in line with Gorbachev's insidious appearance three years ago at the 20-year celebrations of the (deceptive and illusory!) fall of the Berlin Wall, right there at the Brandenburg Gate. Ronald Reagan had already died; Margaret Thatcher couldn't attend because of health problems; Helmut Kohl did attend, but played a very minor role; and so, sure enough, Gorbi Superstar had the stage all for himself and was hailed and thanked by the Germans as if he had been the only player back in 1989. - Not to mention, of course, that premier Soviet defector Anatoliy Golitsyn -- who hasn't been read by too many and has been properly understood by even less -- pointed out again and again that the whole alleged fall of communism in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, that he had predicted many years in advance, was basically the biggest deception operation in the history of mankind. There is no 're-Sovietisation' now, simply because there was no de-Sovietisation in the 1990s, in the first place. Reading and grasping Anatoliy Golitsyn as well as Christopher Story is KEY to come to realise the horrifying scope of what we are in today.
Posted by Contemplatix on 12/15 at 02:09 PM | #
That must be eating at him. Does it need it? I love him as a president and as an actor, but mainly as a person. God bless him and his family!
Posted by Tammy on 12/15 at 12:37 PM | #
Ronald Reagan’s Boyhood Home Set for Wrecking Ball by Month’s End
Posted by Judi McLeod on Dec 16, 2012 at 05:12 AM
Saving one for the Gipper:
To the beat of Joni Mitchell’s song, Big Yellow Taxi running in the background, we’re calling on Michael Reagan and NewsMax.com to come to the rescue of an American tragedy in the making.More...
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