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Obama's Misleading Reagan Reference

Steve84 Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 9:24 AM
While Obama's blatant falsehood in comparing himself to Reagan is despicable to put it kindly, I think it's time for conservatives to stop worshiping at the alter of Reagan. Reagan was a great President. Possibly the greatest man this country has known, but he was a man nonetheless, and as a man, he made mistakes. The GOP is looking for the lesser of 4 evils right now, and if Reagan were up there today, the search would be for the lesser of 5. Test which GOP candidate savors the least of evil/corruption, and pledge your support, no matter their media image or "electability". I know who I'm pulling for... Ron Paul 2012.
Mike ATX Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 11:53 AM
Sounds like you're worshiping a false idol, because Ron Paul has 0% chance of winning the Presidency, and anyone voting for him is no different than not showing up to the polls at all.
Charles SWVA Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 9:29 AM
While you worship at the "alter" of Reagan, I will continue to worship at the "altar" of Reagan. Why do you want to "alter" Reagan?
Steve84 Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 9:26 AM
Sorry, I forgot that Santorum suspended his campaign. Make that the lesser of 3 evils now, and 4 if Reagan were up there today.
In President Obama’s latest class-war, tax-the-rich gambit, he has stooped to a new low with misleading and out-of-context quotes from Ronald Reagan. Apparently, the president is now trying to use the Gipper for cover while he attacks Mitt Romney with the so-called Buffett Rule.
In an address this past week, Obama cited a couple of Reagan speeches from June 1985, in which the former president quoted a letter from a wealthy executive who grumbled that he paid less in taxes than secretaries or bus drivers. Obviously, Obama was trying to draw a parallel with Warren Buffett’s complaint that his...