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June 05, 2004

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The Kid

Time to add a face – that of the man of the century – to Mount Rushmore.

Let’s shout: “Ron on the Rock”

sym

That's a lovely quotation. However, please don't put him on Mount Rushmore.

TM

If I were a Polish entrepeneur, I would find a suitable spot in Poland for such a memorial.

http://www.reagan.utexas.edu/resource/speeches/1982/100982a.htm

Patrick R. Sullivan

Aah, the good ol' days when we had a smart guy as president. When the answer to our malaise was a Five Year Plan:

"I ask Congress to give me authority for mandatory conservation and for standby gasoline rationing. To further conserve energy, I'm proposing tonight an extra $10 billion over the next decade to strengthen our public transportation systems. And I'm asking you for your good and for your nation's security to take no unnecessary trips, to use carpools or public transportation whenever you can, to park your car one extra day per week, to obey the speed limit, and to set your thermostats to save fuel. Every act of energy conservation like this is more than just common sense -- I tell you it is an act of patriotism."

Then that idiot Reagan took over...and with one stroke of his pen, he cancelled the price controls on gasoline....The fool.

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