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    Re: Was it disgraceful when Reagan bowed to Queen Elizabeth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Scarecrow Akhbar View Post
    I don't know. No one's provided any evidence of Reagan bowing before the Queen of England as president that I've seen.

    I cant dfind it either, but you must consider the source. OC tends to not be honest some of the time.

    And, no, Eisenhower should NEVER have bowed to that jackass deGaulle, he should have unzipped his pants and said to deGaulle "you owe us, time to pay this installment."


    then beat him with it.
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    Re: Was it disgraceful when Reagan bowed to Queen Elizabeth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Scarecrow Akhbar View Post
    Reagan's honory knighthood was bestowed after he left office, in 1989, and as a private citizen he can bow and kneel to anyone he wants.

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    Re: Was it disgraceful when Reagan bowed to Queen Elizabeth?

    Blah Blah Blah, Who gives a ****...
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    Re: Was it disgraceful when Reagan bowed to Queen Elizabeth?

    I'd say no sitting President should bow to another head of state. Except possibly to some Asian heads of state where a bow could be substituted for a hand shake. The general point being the President is equal to any other head of state and should not show any sign of being inferior.

    That said, this such a minor point, its not worth even a fraction of the attention its been given. For conservatives, if this is the most pressing issue you can find to criticize Obama on, get ready for his re-election in 2012. There are far more important things we should be discussing.
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    Re: Was it disgraceful when Reagan bowed to Queen Elizabeth?

    Or we can continue to have people research cultures and their customs instead of trying to create a universal manners booklet.....
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    Re: Was it disgraceful when Reagan bowed to Queen Elizabeth?

    Quote Originally Posted by obvious Child View Post
    Was it disgraceful when President Ronald Reagan bowed to Queen Elizabeth?



    Still no proof?
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    Re: Was it disgraceful when Reagan bowed to Queen Elizabeth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    Still no proof?
    Maybe it was Margaret Thatcher.
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    Re: Was it disgraceful when Reagan bowed to Queen Elizabeth?

    The second link disproves the first link. What point are you trying to make?


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    Re: Was it disgraceful when Reagan bowed to Queen Elizabeth?

    Quote Originally Posted by obvious Child View Post
    Was it disgraceful when President Ronald Reagan bowed to Queen Elizabeth?
    He wasn't bowing he was looking for a quarter that he had dropped.
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