Monday, February 7, 2011


"I never thought of myself as a great man,
just a man committed to great ideas.
I've always believed that individuals
should take priority over the state.
History has taught me that this
is what sets America apart
not to remake the world in our image,
but to inspire people everywhere with a
sense of their own boundless possibilities. There's no question I am an idealist,
which is another way of saying
I am an American."
Ronald Reagan

The more I learn about Ronald Reagan
the more I understand what makes America great.
No, not what made America great, but the tangibles;
the principles of God, Country and Family
and the balance man tried to create
when this American experiment was launched.
This was a man unmovable in his nature and his faith.
Happy Birthday Mr. President.


Anonymous said...

My heart aches. I miss the man.

Eman said...

True dat....

Teresa said...

I grew up under Reagan. He will always be my favorite president. May the Reagan Way be passed on for many, many generations.

Eman said...

We really need to get Alexander Hamilton off the ten dollar bill and put a President on there, don't you think? This was the most loved President of our time. The only thing standing in the way, is liberals: The rewriters of history.

Anonymous said...

Funny how those that idolize Reagan always forget the 241 US Servicemen murdered by terrorists in Beirut or how Ronnie and his cronies were in bed with the same terrorists during "Iran/Contra".

Eman said...

So the fact that American blood was spilled in a terrorist attack is Reagan’s' fault?
I have never forgotten those men and women. I do not agree with your premise at all on these matters. Nor your implication this was forgotten by anyone. If amplifying the bad is important, check out today’s’ post on Obama being in bed with The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
It must be ok if Obama does it... So What's your point?