Skip to comments.The Great Rediscovery of American Values - Cruz in Tx, Walker in Wis, Romney on Palestine and Poland
Posted on 08/02/2012 3:22:16 AM PDT by Cincinatus' Wife
The Great Rediscovery is in the headlines:
"Senate Candidate in Texas is Known as an Intellectual Force " -- The New York Times
"Romney: Media trying to 'divert' from real issues with focus on foreign gaffes."
"Romney praises Poland as model of economic liberty"
To borrow from Bob Dylan: "The times, they are 'a changin'"
There is no accident in all the headlines cited above, you know.
America is in the midst of the next chapter in what Ronald Reagan called "the great rediscovery" of American values.
And the Other Side knows it. Which is why the aroma of desperation that emanates ever more distinctly from Team Obama and its media allies.
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Plus adds the SUPER LARGE lines at the Chick-Fill-A restraunts yesterday.
There is no CFA restraunt close by for me, but seeing the pictures of the large lines in other locations made me smile. :)=^..^=
And Richard Mourdock defeating Richard Lugar!
Been thinking a lot about Reagan.
To the extent that Romney and other candidate levels can meet the moment with what it requires, this will be because they realize they stand on the shoulders of Ronald Reagan.
It almost doesn’t matter about all the Romney twists and turns. It matters some, but not very much. If he or whoever the candidate would’ve been can understand what we need in 2012 and beyond, and can stand up and speak halfway coherently and interact with the American people halfway appropriately, they will do so to the extent they “channel” Reagan - his life and presidency.
And once in office, try to deliver on that Reagan vision.
It has all been done before by RR.
America has Reaganism in its DNA.
Whether America of today knows it yet, or doesn’t know it yet.
We aren’t Europe and we aren’t Venezuela and certainly not Cuba. O and the Dems would like to believe we can be bribed and bullied and brainwashed into it.
They have a shot, but have underestimated America.