Skip to comments.Krauthammer: Reagan would be very comfortable with today’s Tea Party movement (video)
Posted on 06/14/2012 2:27:51 AM PDT by Mozilla
Kruathammer says that Jeb Bush is wrong about Reagan, that he would indeed be very comfortable with the Tea Party movement. He adds that Reagans successes werent because Reagan was the great compromiser, but because he campaigned on a specific agenda and the American people awarded him with a clear mandate to accomplish that agenda, of which Democrat leaders couldnt stand in the way.
Krauthammer: Reagan would be very comfortable with todays Tea Party movement
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Sandra Day O’Connor wasn’t a great pick either.
Krauthammer’s trying to get back on the TEA party’s good side, I see...
He had to to avoid complete rebellion of the GOPe. They have always been the enemy of conservatives.
I agree with posts one and two.
Can we disperse of the Jeb Bush mentality in this party? No compromise... none....on basic issues of freedom and free enterprise and right to life...and guns.
Funny how we look at these poor people in Syria...All of us on this forum know exactly how that could be avoided.
You allow the masses to arm themselves...
No one would try pulling that over here as long as we are armed.
I used to think why allow Americans to own Bazookas and tanks.
I say, short of nuclear weapons, we should be free to buy what we want.
Bush as VP?
Bush is hardly a conservative. Bush is a UN liberal. I am sure Regan held his nose because of the stench.
Barack Husein is a traitor who Regan would have trashed continuously.
I wonder if Jeb thinks Reagan would be elected by today’s California.
“Tea party” and “Reagan Revolution” are two names for exactly the same thing.
Too true too true, but some people did warn him about that lying bitch.
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