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

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    Obama Administration screwed up in setting the IPO price and cost the American taxpayers billions. It is now highly unlikely that the American taxpayer will ever be paid back.
    LOL doom and gloom doom and gloom. Citigroup has paid AIG is paying, GM is paying people have made money. I guess you just hate capitalism, money making money.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Di Salvo View Post
    Even if what he says is true, Ron Reagan has intentionally dishonored his father. What does that say about him?
    Why is it dishonorable to admit that a relative has alzheimers? Is that something to be ashamed of? Wouldn't it be more dishonorable to lie about it?
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    Re: Ron Reagan Saw Signs of Father's Alzheimer's at White House

    Quote Originally Posted by Catawba View Post
    Why is it dishonorable to admit that a relative has alzheimers? Is that something to be ashamed of? Wouldn't it be more dishonorable to lie about it?
    Ron Reagan seeks to profit by drawing attention to his new book. He uses his father's affliction as the means to draw the desired attention.

    The use of his father's affliction for solely selfish pecuniary purposes is a betrayal of the blood ties to his father. The relationship between father and sons is the most important relationship on earth.

    To dishonor one's father for any reason (except to warn others in danger) is the most evil thing I can think of. This is a betrayal of his father.

    This episode proves two things. First, Ron Reagan has serious character defects. Secondly, President Reagan was a better leader than parent.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    LOL doom and gloom doom and gloom. Citigroup has paid AIG is paying, GM is paying people have made money. I guess you just hate capitalism, money making money.
    So where is it? it is not being used to pay down the deficit it created

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Di Salvo View Post
    Ron Reagan seeks to profit by drawing attention to his new book. He uses his father's affliction as the means to draw the desired attention.

    The use of his father's affliction for solely selfish pecuniary purposes is a betrayal of the blood ties to his father. The relationship between father and sons is the most important relationship on earth.

    To dishonor one's father for any reason (except to warn others in danger) is the most evil thing I can think of. This is a betrayal of his father.

    This episode proves two things. First, Ron Reagan has serious character defects. Secondly, President Reagan was a better leader than parent.

    Thanks for the clairvoyant perspective!
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    Re: Ron Reagan Saw Signs of Father's Alzheimer's at White House

    Quote Originally Posted by Catawba View Post
    Thanks for the clairvoyant perspective!
    You're welcome. But don't mistake insight for clairvoyance.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    Says to me he is trying to sell books and appealing to the left that always has hated Reagan.
    he couldn't be telling the truth now could he?

    How silly of me. Gods don't get mental problems. Do they?
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    Re: Ron Reagan Saw Signs of Father's Alzheimer's at White House

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    he couldn't be telling the truth now could he?

    How silly of me. Gods don't get mental problems. Do they?
    What purpose does it serve today to raise the alzheimer issue if not just to sell books? The record speaks for itself, a record you want to ignore, doubling GDP, doubling govt. revenue, 18 million jobs created, all coming out of the worst recession in history.

    By the way, still waiting for you to explain how Bush spent the 350 billion TARP money he left Obama, created the 842 billion dollar stimulus plan, and the 2010 budget? As usual you ignore the questions. Then of course there is a matter of where did the repayment of TARP go since most of it has been paid back.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    How old were you?
    Unfortunately old enough to vote for Reagan in 84.....dumbest decision I ever made. I chalk it up to youthful ignorance. How I wish I could take that vote back today. If I knew then what I know now.......
    <font size=5><b>Its been several weeks since the Vegas shooting.  Its it still "Too Early" or can we start having the conversation about finally doing something about these mass shootings???​</b></font>

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

    Quote Originally Posted by catawba View Post
    why is it dishonorable to admit that a relative has alzheimers? Is that something to be ashamed of? Wouldn't it be more dishonorable to lie about it?
    thank you!!!
    <font size=5><b>Its been several weeks since the Vegas shooting.  Its it still "Too Early" or can we start having the conversation about finally doing something about these mass shootings???​</b></font>

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