Ronald Reagan is not coming back, Republicans. Accept it.

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The Republican Party is still waiting for their beloved head coach, Ronald Reagan, to come out of the locker room and lead them to another victory.

Greg Russak‘s insight:



"Like any politician, Reagan changed his mind. As Governor of California, he signed pro-choice legislation into law that he later regretted. He supported a tax increase to balance the state budget, then ran against tax increases. As president, Reagan supported the equivalent of amnesty for illegal immigrants. He rejected Republican supported plans to invade Panama and Lebanon to protect American national security. 


If he were starting out as a candidate today, the real Ronald Reagan could not measure up to the Ronald Reagan of myth."


– Ford O’Connell is a long-time Republican strategist and frequent guest on Fox News and CNN. He was an advisor to the McCain-Palin presidential campaign and author of Hail Mary: The 10-Step Playbook for Republican Recovery

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Author: Peaceful Patriot

Proud middle class husband, father, and progressive liberal. Registered Non-Partisan but have much more in common with Democrats than Republicans. Consider Libertarians to be immature and underdeveloped in their understanding of reality. An atheist who doesn't care what you believe so long as you stop pretending the Founding Fathers intended for you to legislatively force your beliefs on everyone else. Laughs out loud in mocking disdain at the abject lunacy of birthers, climate science deniers, and hard core tea partiers. If that offends you, too bad. You're not rational and have no place at the adult table.

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