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Old 01-28-2013, 01:26   #51
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Sadly, Reagan is so far the best President in my lifetime by a LARGE margin. That being said, he was FAR from good enough and he is the only one that I believe actually had good intentions. Look at his actions compared to other presidents and he looks pretty good, look at A2, S1 and how the exec ensures A1, S8 is followed and he was a miserable failure.

We've only had a few Presidents that really tried to stick to their job and not overreach. Reagan should have been the President I think Goldwater would have been. If we don't start holding them accountable to their duties as President then what is the point? If you believe the Constitution needs amendment then fine, there is a process in place for that. Until we follow what we say is our law, we're just kidding ourselves.
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:43   #52
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How are these D failures? Looks to me like D huge successes. They got what they wanted with little or nothing in return.
I rely on your earlier reply.
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Old 01-28-2013, 13:58   #53
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Where is Bush-ism really THAT different from Obama-ism?

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Old 01-28-2013, 15:09   #54
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Where is Bush-ism really THAT different from Obama-ism?

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And, for that matter, is Obama Derangement Syndrome any different than Bush Derangement Syndrome?
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