To: The Raven; EGPWS; steelie; MarkDel; raisincane; lainde; Capitalism2003; MeekMom; All
You're all very welcome. It has been nothing but a pleasure to read his speeches, addresses and transcripts.
Of all the presidential speeches I've waded through, his are hands down the most inspiring and easy to read. Culling short quotes is difficult, because after reading his speeches you find it hard to cut anything because they are so memorable and to the point--unlike Clinton, which are always long, boring and least of all, memorable.
Most of his presidential stuff is available online at this link
posted on 02/08/2003 9:14:09 AM PST
I still remember his speech to the British Parliament (classic Reagan at his peak)
posted on 02/08/2003 1:02:46 PM PST
by The Raven
(Liberalism: The dream world called denial)
And of course, listening to the libs on some C-SPAN forum earlier today, Brian Lamb asks the panel how Pres. Reagan's hypothetical (at the time) demise might affect the political dynamic, the libs could help to use the opportunity to couch their Reagan faint-hearted praise as a back-handed slap at W. F'n liberals.
posted on 06/05/2004 6:46:10 PM PDT
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