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Old 01-10-2009, 03:47 PM   #1
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It's our time to choose, How will this generation be remembered


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I'm thirty years old, and that's the first time I have ever heard that. That speech was truly inspiring and left me almost stunned that men of such sincerity and courage once roamed the political landscape.

It's a stark reminder of how far we've fallen, when the best we can hope for these days, is phony conservative like McCain, and that millions gleefully vote themselves into servitude and dependency by electing dishonest, thieving marxists like Obama, Clinton, and Pelosi.

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I had the privelidge of attending a Reagan speech while he was campaigning for G.H.W. Bush in '88. That man had more leadership abilities than most US Presidents. Why are there more Clintonians than Reaganites active in todays political circles? I call it the *pussifacation of the Republican Party*.

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I had the privelidge of attending a Reagan speech while he was campaigning for G.H.W. Bush in '88. That man had more leadership abilities than most US Presidents. Why are there more Clintonians than Reaganites active in todays political circles? I call it the *pussifacation of the Republican Party*.
I wish i knew the answer to that. Why is there no contenders for president like that?
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I believe they are still there. Palin kinda gave a glimpse of a light at the end of the tunnel. I am still here.

If anyone has a candidate that embodies the whole Reagan ideal (remember, it worked), please post their credentials. We might find someone worthy and real and true to their ideals. Mainly, spending limitations. For 20 years, our elected have been spending like mad.

I'd like to see that throwback cadidate!

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I believe they are still there. Palin kinda gave a glimpse of a light at the end of the tunnel. I am still here.

If anyone has a candidate that embodies the whole Reagan ideal (remember, it worked), please post their credentials. We might find someone worthy and real and true to their ideals. Mainly, spending limitations. For 20 years, our elected have been spending like mad.

I'd like to see that throwback cadidate!
Maybe Ron Paul has that kind of conviction, Any others i'm not sure of.
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