Reagan on why people should be able to run their own lives



Blogger The Right Guy said...

How different and antithetical to our current president elect. Sometimes I forget how special Reagan was and how much we've had pretenders ever since.

11/10/2008 8:25 AM  
Anonymous Scott said...

Will there ever be another Republican who can articulate those principles as clearly and convincingly?

11/10/2008 1:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Crazy that Reagan's speech held today would make him a liberal moonbat today.

Freedom and the dignity of the individual, all things the past 8 years has led us away from. Dignity, what the Catholics and the Mormon church believe is a sin. Crazy.

11/10/2008 2:30 PM  
Blogger Matt said...

God bless Reagan. Great video. John, I really enjoy your blog and books. My economics class read More Guns Less Crime for an analysis paper. That is how I was first introduced to you.

I referenced Freedomnomics in my latest post - Why Capitalism is the Best Economics System.

If you have any comments, I would be flattered :)

11/10/2008 2:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Edited, yes. Born again hard, in the face of those who would decieve us? Yes. After all, must we endure one who will cheerfully sidestep issues? Misslead us? Say that he admires FDR, when FDR was racist?

Ronald Reagan was a grade 'B' actor, but he espoused that, which we who understand Freedom, believe in.

Deal with it!

Sincerly, Martin G. Schalz

Mr. Lott, may remember who I am, or he may not, but I, whom when challenged by the rules of the website here, will not be anonymous. For I fear not, the lies of others!

11/10/2008 6:31 PM  
Anonymous zach said...

Why is it so little known that Reagan was a gun grabber? He signed the Mulford Act as Governor of California, making it illegal for people there to carry concealed weapons to defend themselves.He also agitated for the "assault weapons" ban. Disgusting. Still, I'd sure take him over Obama

11/11/2008 6:50 PM  

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