17 Jan 2008

Obama loves Ronald Reagan

Astonished to find that Obama is reaching out to 'Reagan Democrats' and praising the late radioactive cowboy.

I remember Reagan for killing funding death squads in America and toying with first strike nuclear war, he made bonfire of environmental protection to.

Appparently Obama love his opposition to big government...now I don't centralised all powerful states but this not about self-mamaged socialism it is about giving the poor starving billionaires a bit of the cake.

I don't want to present myself as some sort of singular figure. I think part of what's different are the times. I do think that for example the 1980 was different. I think Ronald Reagan changed the trajectory of America in a way that Richard Nixon did not and in a way that Bill Clinton did not. He put us on a fundamentally different path because the country was ready for it. I think they felt like with all the excesses of the 1960s and 1970s and government had grown and grown but there wasn't much sense of accountability in terms of how it was operating. I think people, he just tapped into what people were already feeling, which was we want clarity we want optimism, we want a return to that sense of dynamism and entrepreneurship that had been missing. said Obama

So, am I right that he is the most right wing Democratic candidate out of Clinton, himself and Edward?

Ronald Reagan’s many admirers may find this idea offensive, but – given a new report by the Washington Post – it might be fitting to have a display at Reagan National Airport to show how Salvadoran baby skulls were used as candle holders and good luck charms. Perhaps the presentation could contain skeletal remains of Guatemalans and Nicaraguans, too.


It might be modeled after skeletons on display in Cambodia from the slaughters by the Khmer Rouge. After all, it was President Reagan – more than any other person – who justified and facilitated the barbarity that raged through Central America in the 1980s, claiming the lives of tens of thousands of peasants, clergy and students, men, women and children.

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