Skip to comments.Holy (Bleepin') Reagan: Best Advertorial You'll See
Posted on 08/16/2010 12:08:24 PM PDT by Qbert
Seriously, watch it.
This comes from the Republican Study Committee, which is headed, if I have the information right, by Rep. Tom Price of Georgia.
So now you can't say the GOP isn't doing anything to advance the message.
I wrote to congratulate them and ask if they'd be doing a sequel -- Reagan asking "Are you better off than you were four years ago?"
loading up. Thanks for the link...it must be good.
Beautiful! Thank you!
Excellent! Prophetic, I’d say.
I was reading their comments and came across this link to another speech of Reagan’s.
In it he says we have 17 billion in gold, but foreigners own 27 billion. What is it today, and if I am correct, if you have a mortgage, or credit debt, foreigners own that debt, right?
Houston, we have a problem.
Every American must see this!
New movie this Fall.
I Want Your Money Trailer (2010) HD
Reagan was without a doubt the best president and orator of the 20th century. Nobody could deliver a speech like Ronald Wilson Reagan. Note: he did this without a teleprompter.
ping for later
Bookmark for home viewing.
He could announce a baseball game he wasn’t even at, that’s how good he was.
Awesome absolutely awesome.
Not quite. Coolidge was better. He wrote his own speeches and delivered them well.
That is an absolutely brilliant ad.
My God we were blessed to have Ronald Reagan as our President for eight years. Thank you, dear Lord. Now, we need him again.
WOW. I hope some Republicans have the guts to use this.
Reagan wrote many of his speeches too. Can’t say I have heard Calvin speak. Thanks for the tip. Reagan still stands as best president of the 20th century.
Coolidge is rather underrated. Unlike Reagan, in every political position he held, he managed to run surpluses and attack the debt.
Don’t get me wrong, I like Reagan, just he’s firmly in my 2 seed for best presidents of the 20th century.
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