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    Re: Ron Reagan Saw Signs of Father's Alzheimer's at White House

    Quote Originally Posted by justabubba View Post
    time for some introspection if you find a discussion of the observations made by the president's son as attacking ronnie
    blinders do not enhance one's world view
    How close was the President's son, Ronnie, to the President? Did you even watch the 20-20 interview? You want to believe what WH Doctors refuse to acknowledge all coming from a outcast son and the question is why?

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    Re: Ron Reagan Saw Signs of Father's Alzheimer's at White House

    Quote Originally Posted by justabubba View Post
    time for some introspection if you find a discussion of the observations made by the president's son as attacking ronnie
    blinders do not enhance one's world view

    Ron Reagan Jr. is a snarky little lib putz. Always has been.


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    Re: Ron Reagan Saw Signs of Father's Alzheimer's at White House

    So Ronnie Junior who is hawking his left wing book, is now claiming that his father was senile in his term as presidency.....


    Is this the "new tone"?
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    Re: Ron Reagan Saw Signs of Father's Alzheimer's at White House

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    So Ronnie Junior who is hawking his left wing book, is now claiming that his father was senile in his term as presidency.....


    Is this the "new tone"?
    the improvement is noted. it only required 203 posts for you to catch on to the thread topic
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    Re: Ron Reagan Saw Signs of Father's Alzheimer's at White House

    Quote Originally Posted by justabubba View Post
    the improvement is noted. it only required 203 posts for you to catch on to the thread topic


    Ironic... anything on the topic?
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    Re: Ron Reagan Saw Signs of Father's Alzheimer's at White House

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    Re: Ron Reagan Saw Signs of Father's Alzheimer's at White House

    Michael Reagan on Ron’s Alzheimer claims: Let’s face it, he’s an embarrassment Hot Air

    Honestly, if you're a liberal, you will tend to believe Ron.
    I'm no liberal, so I'll believe Michael any day over that douchbag.
    He's always made my skin crawl anyway.
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    Re: Ron Reagan Saw Signs of Father's Alzheimer's at White House

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    LOL, here we are 23 years after Reagan left office and you along with others still attacking him. Says a lot about how great Ronald Reagan really was. Keep up the attacks as it says a lot about you especially someone who lives in Southern England. Thanks to the strength of this country and the great friendship between the U.S. and England, you aren't speaking German now. I am sure that friendship wasn't built on attacking former U.S. Presidents especially one who understood freedom comes through military strength.
    Like that war was won before you guys eventually pitched up. If it wasn't for Britain, you would all be speaking French right now. (maybe with a German accent.)
    Peter Ustinov was famously given a tour of the White House by Reagan. During a visit of several hours duration, including a break for lunch, Ustinov found that the most illustrative aspect for him was the fact that during the entire time, nobody interrupted to ask the President for his opinion or decision on any topic whatsoever.
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    Re: Ron Reagan Saw Signs of Father's Alzheimer's at White House

    Quote Originally Posted by Manc Skipper View Post
    Like that war was won before you guys eventually pitched up. If it wasn't for Britain, you would all be speaking French right now. (maybe with a German accent.)
    got it backwards mate, if it weren't for the French, we'd still be colonists under british rule. and the war in europe was far from won before we eventually pitched up.
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    Re: Ron Reagan Saw Signs of Father's Alzheimer's at White House

    Quote Originally Posted by Manc Skipper View Post
    Like that war was won before you guys eventually pitched up. If it wasn't for Britain, you would all be speaking French right now. (maybe with a German accent.)
    Peter Ustinov was famously given a tour of the White House by Reagan. During a visit of several hours duration, including a break for lunch, Ustinov found that the most illustrative aspect for him was the fact that during the entire time, nobody interrupted to ask the President for his opinion or decision on any topic whatsoever.
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