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Invasion of the Body Snatchers: Now the Liberals Covet the Corpses of Milton Friedman, Ronald Reagan

togubin Wrote: Aug 02, 2012 10:24 PM
Sigh. Wotan, we could actually find the names if anyone actually had the time or patience to deal with people like you. But it wouldn't make any difference. You'd simply go on to the next leftwing talking point, all the while accusing your enemies of being morons. If you can't honestly remember how Reagan was vilified in life, honored in death by the same leftwing pundits, you simply weren't paying attention.
soccerman Wrote: Aug 03, 2012 4:02 PM
I'm sure you, O Wotan, have compared the economic record of Reagan, that "appallingly bad" president, to your two most accomplished libtard presidents, Carter and Obama. What a difference. And don't bring up Clinton, who enjoyed the fruits of the Reagan era economic programs during his term.

Milton Friedman, the great economist, was one of a handful of intellectuals whose work forms the foundation for the modern Conservative movement. He has been dead since 2006, but this week would be his centennial. He lived a long and prodigious life. In his lifetime, he was viewed as an odious figure by the Liberal brethren, a close advisor to dictators, an advocate of child labor, a favorite of fat cats.

Yet with the passage of time, his repute as the prophet of an age of unsurpassed prosperity for just about everyone has only spread. Thus, the Liberals have adopted...