In Memorium

Ten years ago we lost one of the greatest men to ever sit in the Oval Office. It was one of only two times I have ever wept as an adult.




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    God, has it only been ten years? I remember watching his state funeral on TV, expecting some low class disrespectful leftist group to crap all over it….but it never happened, what I saw was a lot of respect and a lot of love shown to Nancy by regular Americans. I remember when she stepped out of the Limo to enter the National Cathedral and someone shouted “God bless you Mrs. Reagan”, then someone else shouted “We love you Nancy”. Then she turned and acknowledged them with a wave, that’s when I got misty…..what class.

    do you think the Taliban would be talking about kidnapping more Americans if the Gipper were in charge?

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    Lord, give this nation another leader such as he.

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    LC cmblake6, Imperial Black Ops Technician says:

    Lord, give this nation another leader such as he.
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    LC ShadowFox growls and barks:

    The face that will complete Rushmore.

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    Library Czar growls and barks:


    And today we lost this Giant among men. And he was a Marine.

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    readerjp growls and barks:

    What, no comment from management about D-Day?

    Yesterday was the 47th anniversary of the Six-Day War, when Israel whupped Muslim asses.

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    bruce growls and barks:

    i remember truman,ike,kennedy,nixon,ford,carter,reagan ,bush1,clinton,bush 2,and bongo.of all them reagan was the best president because he thought more of our country than he did about himself. to day is the 70th anniversary of d-day and i hope all will say a prayer for those who fell in normandy.

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    LC MuscleDaddy growls and barks:

    I’m going to echo Jay – it feels like at least 20 years since he died.

    …it feels like 50 since we had an actual President…. who was, unsurprisingly, the same man.

    – MD

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    Retired Spook growls and barks:

    After the Viet Nam doldrums, and the Carter “malaise”, it was refreshing to have someone in the office of CinC who understood what we were, and what we were trying to do, AND thought it was a good idea.

    Between 1972 and today, Ronald Reagan was the only CinC that I’ve been proud to acknowledge.