The topic of the week this week is should the republicans keep policy items and pork projects out of the budget. Despite their promise to do just that(it would take a month of posts to cover broken republican campaign promises), this budget is filled with policy items and pork projects.
There is one specifically that I wanted to call out. The Republicans declared February 6th as \"Ronald W Reagan day\". While not even remotely related to the budget it is fitting for this current group of Wisconsin republicans. Like Reagan, Fitz and Co., are disengaged “fiscal conservatives” who run up huge debts and give millions to supporters. This is where the state Republicans need our help.
The Motion reads: “appropriate exercises and celebrations may be held on that day, his birthday, to honor him and remember him as the 40th President of the United States and a promoter of freedom and democracy throughout the world,”
So we need to help them come up “appropriate celebrations and exercises” to commemorate the Gipper.
My suggestion would be on February 6th we all change our persona to reflect our favorite movie character and pretend that is who we really are. Since we know Reagan used to pretend he fought in the war, instead of realizing he just starred in a war movie…
Any other suggestions?
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Even in 1961 he was wise to the dangers of liberalism.
My name is Ronald Reagan. I have been asked to talk on several subjects that have to do with the problems of the day. …
Back in 1927, an American socialist, Norman Thomas, six times candidate for president on the Socialist Party ticket, said the American people would never vote for socialism. But he said under the name of liberalism the American people will adopt every fragment of the socialist program. …
One of the traditional methods of imposing statism or socialism on a people has been by way of medicine. It’s very easy to disguise a medical program as a humanitarian project. Most people are a little reluctant to oppose anything that suggests medical care for people who possibly can’t afford it.
Notalib, during much of the 20th Century, the City of Milwaukee had a string of very popular and successful Socialist Mayors who cleaned up the city and developed a large number of public services that made the city a very livable environment. And many of those institutions are still respected and recognized as important contributions to the area.
Tear Down This Myth! http://www.amazon.com/Tear-Down-This-Myth-Right-Wing/dp/1416597638/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1307917140&sr=1-2
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