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Yep, we need someone to increase the debt by another 180% over 8 years! :laughing0301: :laughing0301: :laughing0301: :auiqs.jpg: :auiqs.jpg: :auiqs.jpg:


Too bad you aren't any good at math.


  1. Under Reagan, the debt went up $1.7 trillion, from $900 billion to $2.6 trillion.
  2. But….the national wealth went up $ 17 trillion
  3. Reagan's near-trillion-dollar bulge in defense spending transformed the global balance of power in favor of capitalism. Spurring a stock-market, energy, venture-capital, real-estate and employment boom, the Reagan tax-rate cuts and other pro-enterprise policies added some $17 trillion to America's private-sector assets, dwarfing the trillion-dollar rise in public-sector deficits and creating 45 million net new jobs at rising wages and salaries.
George Gilder: The Real Reagan Lesson for Romney-Ryan
Reaganomics - Wikipedia





And the tax cuts of the Economic Recovery Act of 1981 stimulated economic growth. “As a 1982 JEC study pointed out,[1] similar across-the-board tax cuts had been implemented in the 1920s as the Mellon tax cuts, and in the 1960s as the Kennedy tax cuts. In both cases the reduction of high marginal tax rates actually increased tax payments by "the rich," also increasing their share of total individual income taxes paid.” http://www.house.gov/jec/fiscal/tx-grwth/reagtxct/reagtxct.htm

“As inflation came down and as more and more of the tax cuts from the 1981 Act went into effect, the economic began a strong and sustained pattern of growth.” http://www.ustreas.gov/education/fact-sheets/taxes/ustax.shtml
 

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The worship is strong in this one


The term 'worship' can only be applied to Democrats,. who called their candidate god, Jesus and the messiah.

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Last week Fauci was interviewed, and sure enough, he had Fauci votive candles on his book shelf.
 
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Thanks for the correction, it was 188%, not 180%.


So your dishonesty extends to cutting the salient part of the post.


Lying scum.

  1. Under Reagan, the debt went up $1.7 trillion, from $900 billion to $2.6 trillion.
  2. But….the national wealth went up $ 17 trillion
  3. Reagan's near-trillion-dollar bulge in defense spending transformed the global balance of power in favor of capitalism. Spurring a stock-market, energy, venture-capital, real-estate and employment boom, the Reagan tax-rate cuts and other pro-enterprise policies added some $17 trillion to America's private-sector assets, dwarfing the trillion-dollar rise in public-sector deficits and creating 45 million net new jobs at rising wages and salaries.
George Gilder: The Real Reagan Lesson for Romney-Ryan
Reaganomics - Wikipedia





And the tax cuts of the Economic Recovery Act of 1981 stimulated economic growth. “As a 1982 JEC study pointed out,[1] similar across-the-board tax cuts had been implemented in the 1920s as the Mellon tax cuts, and in the 1960s as the Kennedy tax cuts. In both cases the reduction of high marginal tax rates actually increased tax payments by "the rich," also increasing their share of total individual income taxes paid.” http://www.house.gov/jec/fiscal/tx-grwth/reagtxct/reagtxct.htm

“As inflation came down and as more and more of the tax cuts from the 1981 Act went into effect, the economic began a strong and sustained pattern of growth.” http://www.ustreas.gov/education/fact-sheets/taxes/ustax.shtml
 

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Did the debt go up by 188% or no?

Simple question, can you answer it?



Are you lying scum.....yes or no?


Let reader's decide.


  1. Under Reagan, the debt went up $1.7 trillion, from $900 billion to $2.6 trillion.
  2. But….the national wealth went up $ 17 trillion
  3. Reagan's near-trillion-dollar bulge in defense spending transformed the global balance of power in favor of capitalism. Spurring a stock-market, energy, venture-capital, real-estate and employment boom, the Reagan tax-rate cuts and other pro-enterprise policies added some $17 trillion to America's private-sector assets, dwarfing the trillion-dollar rise in public-sector deficits and creating 45 million net new jobs at rising wages and salaries.
George Gilder: The Real Reagan Lesson for Romney-Ryan
Reaganomics - Wikipedia





And the tax cuts of the Economic Recovery Act of 1981 stimulated economic growth. “As a 1982 JEC study pointed out,[1] similar across-the-board tax cuts had been implemented in the 1920s as the Mellon tax cuts, and in the 1960s as the Kennedy tax cuts. In both cases the reduction of high marginal tax rates actually increased tax payments by "the rich," also increasing their share of total individual income taxes paid.” http://www.house.gov/jec/fiscal/tx-grwth/reagtxct/reagtxct.htm

“As inflation came down and as more and more of the tax cuts from the 1981 Act went into effect, the economic began a strong and sustained pattern of growth.” http://www.ustreas.gov/education/fact-sheets/taxes/ustax.shtml
 

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Here's another custard pie in the ugly kisser of that lying scum:


  1. The benefits from Reaganomics:
    1. The economy grew at a 3.4% average rate…compared with 2.9% for the previous eight years, and 2.7% for the next eight.(Table B-4)
    2. Inflation rate dropped from 12.5% to 4.4%. (Table B-63)
    3. Unemployment fell to 5.5% from 7.1% (Table B-35)
    4. Prime interest rate fell by one-third.(Table B-73)
    5. The S & P 500 jumped 124% (Table B-95) http://www.gpoaccess.gov/eop/tables10.html
    6. Charitable contributions rose 57% faster than inflation. Dinesh D’Souza, “Ronald Reagan: How an Ordinary May Became an Extraordinary Leader,” p. 116
http://www.ustreas.gov/education/fact-sheets/taxes/ustax.shtml



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While the ranks of the wealthy quickly multiplied, middle-class investors also entered the stock market in rapidly growing numbers. The creation by Congress in 1978 of the 401(k) tax-deferred retirement plan provided new incentives for workers to invest their savings in the stock market (often through mutual funds) rather than relying on company-funded pensions for retirement. The 401(k) led to a kind of democratization of Wall Street, as the percentage of American households owning some stake in the stock market—either directly or through mutual funds—shot quickly from 15.9% in 1983 to 29.6% in 1989.23 Thus the great bull market of the 1980s created more wealth, for more American families, than any previous boom in history.

Investment Company Institute, "Equity Ownership in America, 2005," http://www.ici.org/pdf/rpt_05_equity_owners.pdf,




Being stupid isn't enough for some.....they have to lie as well.

Perhaps one causes the other.
 

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That would be the finest President in at least a century.


1. On this very day, in 1984: U.S. President Ronald Reagan won reelection in a landslide victory over Democratic candidate Walter F. Mondale.
Incumbent Republican President Ronald Reagan defeated former Vice President Walter Mondale, the Democratic candidate, in a landslide victory, winning 525 electoral votes and 58.8 percent of the popular vote. No other candidate in United States history has ever matched Reagan's electoral vote total in a single election.
1984 United States presidential election - Wikipedia

Mondale was the stereotypical Democrat:
"Dan Rostenkowski, standing next to the candidate in front of the cameras and the cheering crowd at the convention after the fateful speech, whispered to Mondale, "You've got a lot of balls, pal." According to Rostenkowski, Mondale whispered back, "Look at 'em, we're going to tax their ass off." ("Showdown At Gucci Gulch," Jeffrey H. Birnbaum And Alan S. Murray, page 35)




2. When he entered office in 1980, Reagan believed that the United States had grown weak militarily and had lost the respect it once commanded in world affairs. Aiming to restore the country to a position of moral as well as military preeminence in the world, he called for massive increases in the defense budget to expand and modernize the military and urged a more aggressive approach to combating communism and related forms of leftist totalitarianism.

3. At his first press conference as president, Reagan audaciously questioned the legitimacy of the Soviet government; two years later, in a memorable speech in Florida, he denounced the Soviet Union as “an evil empire” and “the focus of evil in the modern world.”
Britannica.com



4. "Ronald Reagan came to the presidency in 1981 having declared that his strategy regarding the Cold War was 'We win, they lose.'

It was seen as a foolish and dangerous position by everyone from academic Sovietologists to Henry Kissinger and Richard Nixon. Presidents since the end of World War II had pledged themselves to no more than containing communism and, latterly, reaching detente with the Soviet Union. None had said anything remotely like 'We win, they lose.'

Ten years later the Soviet Union had ceased to exist.



5. ...it is clear that Reagan poked a shaky Soviet system in some vulnerable places- by arming the mujahedeen in Afghanistan with Stinger missiles; starting a technological arms race that the Soviet leadership knew it could not match; and assaulting the Soviet Union's pride rhetorically, from his 'Evil Empire' speech (surprisingly dismaying to the Soviets, we have since learned) to his 'Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall' speech in Berlin. "
Charles Murray, "By The People," p. 247-248.


Now.....we have this:

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Ronnie sucked as a leader! All he would do is shit on you.
 
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Yes, 188%. Thanks for verifying what I said.

Ronnie sucked as a leader! All he would do is shit on you.



I love it when this disgusting sub-human posts, as it verifies everything I say about Democrats, Democrat voters, and a large part of the government school graduation ranks.

He is a cautionary tale for what-not-to-become.
 

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That would be the finest President in at least a century.


1. On this very day, in 1984: U.S. President Ronald Reagan won reelection in a landslide victory over Democratic candidate Walter F. Mondale.
Incumbent Republican President Ronald Reagan defeated former Vice President Walter Mondale, the Democratic candidate, in a landslide victory, winning 525 electoral votes and 58.8 percent of the popular vote. No other candidate in United States history has ever matched Reagan's electoral vote total in a single election.
1984 United States presidential election - Wikipedia

Mondale was the stereotypical Democrat:
"Dan Rostenkowski, standing next to the candidate in front of the cameras and the cheering crowd at the convention after the fateful speech, whispered to Mondale, "You've got a lot of balls, pal." According to Rostenkowski, Mondale whispered back, "Look at 'em, we're going to tax their ass off." ("Showdown At Gucci Gulch," Jeffrey H. Birnbaum And Alan S. Murray, page 35)




2. When he entered office in 1980, Reagan believed that the United States had grown weak militarily and had lost the respect it once commanded in world affairs. Aiming to restore the country to a position of moral as well as military preeminence in the world, he called for massive increases in the defense budget to expand and modernize the military and urged a more aggressive approach to combating communism and related forms of leftist totalitarianism.

3. At his first press conference as president, Reagan audaciously questioned the legitimacy of the Soviet government; two years later, in a memorable speech in Florida, he denounced the Soviet Union as “an evil empire” and “the focus of evil in the modern world.”
Britannica.com



4. "Ronald Reagan came to the presidency in 1981 having declared that his strategy regarding the Cold War was 'We win, they lose.'

It was seen as a foolish and dangerous position by everyone from academic Sovietologists to Henry Kissinger and Richard Nixon. Presidents since the end of World War II had pledged themselves to no more than containing communism and, latterly, reaching detente with the Soviet Union. None had said anything remotely like 'We win, they lose.'

Ten years later the Soviet Union had ceased to exist.



5. ...it is clear that Reagan poked a shaky Soviet system in some vulnerable places- by arming the mujahedeen in Afghanistan with Stinger missiles; starting a technological arms race that the Soviet leadership knew it could not match; and assaulting the Soviet Union's pride rhetorically, from his 'Evil Empire' speech (surprisingly dismaying to the Soviets, we have since learned) to his 'Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall' speech in Berlin. "
Charles Murray, "By The People," p. 247-248.


Now.....we have this:

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Reagan was certainly a great candidate. Unfortunately, being a great candidate doesn't necessarily mean a great Presidency. I'd put Reagan, Carter, and Trump in that class, all mediocre Presidents at best. There are, rarely, good candidates who make good presidents. I'd put Bush Sr., Clinton, and Obama in that group. Just my $0.02.
 

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Nobody said Reagan was perfect.

Fortunately, most of us knew that Nancy was really running things, and we accepted that. Personally, I preferred it.

Reagan had his own problems with dementia and alzheimers type of issues. Although Nancy wasn't allowing Ron to be used as a puppet, like Biden is.....there wasn't much she could do with the real corrupted politicians using Reagans medical issues as a stepping stool for their corrupt agendas.

Nancy did what she could to hold it all together and keep Ron's name from being used as an anchor for all the illegal shit going on that was out of her control.

If it wasn't for Nancy and her brass balls, Ron would have been a puppet, just like Biden.
 
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6. To get an idea of how prescient Reagan was, see this from Britannica:

"A significant component of Reagan’s military buildup was his 1983 proposal for a space-based missile defense system that would use lasers and other as-yet-undeveloped killing technologies to destroy incoming Soviet nuclear missiles well before they could reach their targets in the United States.

The Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI), dubbed “Star Wars” after the popular science-fiction movie of the late 1970s, was denounced by the Soviets, including Gorbachev, as a dangerous escalation of the arms race, a position also taken by many critics at home. Meanwhile, others argued that the project was technologically impossible and potentially a “black hole” in the country’s defense budget."



Let's see what those critics......Democrats....say today, after they aided Communist China to do what they claimed impossible.




Chinese military seeks to dominate from space, deploys war ...​

https://www.washingtontimes.com › news › oct › chines...

The weapons include ground-launched “kinetic kill vehicles” — precision-guided missiles that slam into satellites at extremely high speeds.



China's secret space weapons could kill 90% of people on US ...​

https://www.the-sun.com › news › space-weapons-kill-90-...

CHINA has allegedly stolen US technology to develop space based weapons that can neutralize aircraft carrier groups and kill 90 percent of Americans on US ...

Chinese scientists build anti-satellite weapon that can ...

https://www.scmp.com › news › china › military › article › 3153174 › chinese-scientists-build-anti-satellite-weapon-can-cause
China conducted its first anti-satellite test in 2007, destroying a defunct weather satellite with a missile and drawing international criticism over the cloud space debris it created. Advertisement

Chinese Anti-Satellite Capabilities

https://www.globalsecurity.org › space › world › china › asat.htm
Under the 640 Program, the space and missile industry's Second Academy, traditionally responsible for SAM development, set out to field a viable antimissile system, consisting of a kinetic kill ...

China Will Soon Be Able to Destroy Every Satellite in Space

https://nationalinterest.org › blog › buzz › china-will-soon-be-able-destroy-every-satellite-space-27182
China will soon be able to destroy every satellite in space, a senior U.S. military official has said. According to Breaking Defense, Lt. Gen. Jay Raymond, commander of the 14th Air Force, said ...

China hails satellite killer - and stuns its rivals in space

https://www.theguardian.com › science › 2007 › jan › 19 › china.spaceexploration1
Jan 19, 2007China has given notice of its increasing power in space - and provoked widespread international concern - with a successful test of an anti-satellite weapon that could be used to knock out enemy ...




And this:
"The troubling reason why Biden is so soft on China
In 2013, then-Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden flew aboard Air Force Two to China. Less than two weeks later, Hunter Biden’s firm inked a $1 billion private equity deal with a subsidiary of the Chinese government’s Bank of China. The deal was later expanded to $1.5 billion. In short, the Chinese government funded a business that it co-owned along with the son of a sitting vice president."
The troubling reason why Biden is so soft on China


Sounds a lot like the $145 million Putin gave the Clintons.
 

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Nancy was a class act. Not so sure she ran things but she was a classy lady. Her husband was definitely a fan of corporate power.
 

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That would be the finest President in at least a century.


1. On this very day, in 1984: U.S. President Ronald Reagan won reelection in a landslide victory over Democratic candidate Walter F. Mondale.
Incumbent Republican President Ronald Reagan defeated former Vice President Walter Mondale, the Democratic candidate, in a landslide victory, winning 525 electoral votes and 58.8 percent of the popular vote. No other candidate in United States history has ever matched Reagan's electoral vote total in a single election.
1984 United States presidential election - Wikipedia

Mondale was the stereotypical Democrat:
"Dan Rostenkowski, standing next to the candidate in front of the cameras and the cheering crowd at the convention after the fateful speech, whispered to Mondale, "You've got a lot of balls, pal." According to Rostenkowski, Mondale whispered back, "Look at 'em, we're going to tax their ass off." ("Showdown At Gucci Gulch," Jeffrey H. Birnbaum And Alan S. Murray, page 35)




2. When he entered office in 1980, Reagan believed that the United States had grown weak militarily and had lost the respect it once commanded in world affairs. Aiming to restore the country to a position of moral as well as military preeminence in the world, he called for massive increases in the defense budget to expand and modernize the military and urged a more aggressive approach to combating communism and related forms of leftist totalitarianism.

3. At his first press conference as president, Reagan audaciously questioned the legitimacy of the Soviet government; two years later, in a memorable speech in Florida, he denounced the Soviet Union as “an evil empire” and “the focus of evil in the modern world.”
Britannica.com



4. "Ronald Reagan came to the presidency in 1981 having declared that his strategy regarding the Cold War was 'We win, they lose.'

It was seen as a foolish and dangerous position by everyone from academic Sovietologists to Henry Kissinger and Richard Nixon. Presidents since the end of World War II had pledged themselves to no more than containing communism and, latterly, reaching detente with the Soviet Union. None had said anything remotely like 'We win, they lose.'

Ten years later the Soviet Union had ceased to exist.



5. ...it is clear that Reagan poked a shaky Soviet system in some vulnerable places- by arming the mujahedeen in Afghanistan with Stinger missiles; starting a technological arms race that the Soviet leadership knew it could not match; and assaulting the Soviet Union's pride rhetorically, from his 'Evil Empire' speech (surprisingly dismaying to the Soviets, we have since learned) to his 'Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall' speech in Berlin. "
Charles Murray, "By The People," p. 247-248.
I knew you were going to say Ronald Reagan when I saw the title. :)
 
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Nobody said Reagan was perfect.

Fortunately, most of us knew that Nancy was really running things, and we accepted that. Personally, I preferred it.

Reagan had his own problems with dementia and alzheimers type of issues. Although Nancy wasn't allowing Ron to be used as a puppet, like Biden is.....there wasn't much she could do with the real corrupted politicians using Reagans medical issues as a stepping stool for their corrupt agendas.

Nancy did what she could to hold it all together and keep Ron's name from being used as an anchor for all the illegal shit going on that was out of her control.

If it wasn't for Nancy and her brass balls, Ron would have been a puppet, just like Biden.



That's nonsense.

Democrat propaganda.



Consider reading this:

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Ronald Reagan was a shit President and made the country weaker for a generation to come.
 

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Reagan more cracka than Donald Trump **** that old-*** crimp muhfukka.
 
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