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A Good Man -- and a Funny One!

anonymous16470 Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 10:30 AM
Many out there probably don't remember when Reagan was running against Carter, but he was extremely adept at being very charming and cordial while being tough when negotating. His beliefs allowed him great faith in his abilitym to come out on top and secure what was best for the nation (despite the media). The left has spent the years since trying to deminish his accomplishments and elevate their hero, Clinton, to his level. Clinton is a slob and would be just like Carter and Obozo if not for a Republican Congress. Romney looks to have the same qualities as Reagan and let's hope he gets close to the same results.
Dreadnaught011 Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 3:36 AM


Romney has qualifications if it's finance and solvency he must be graded on. Reagan was a great man, period. He would have been a leader in any kind of role. As an actor he made no impression, though he was handsome. They can't all be Brandos, after all.

You're right about Clinton. A bag of hot air who had all the character of a polecat.

Here is Mitt Romney, speaking last night at the Al Smith dinner in New York.  Most of it is very funny -- but watch also around the 8:40 mark. Governor Romney's comments about the President are genuinely gracious, and his remarks about the Catholic faith are moving (here is a transcript).

I would be proud -- and reassured -- to have a man with this kind of heart occupying The White House.