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Thursday, March 27, 2008

The Most Influential Person of the 20th and 21st Centuries


Not one American Presidential Aspirant in the current political arena comes close to holding a candle to Ronald Wilson Reagan. The closest men we had aspiring to the Presidency are Fred Thompson and Duncan Hunter. All others can only dream as such.
Why do the Leftinistra so dislike men of steel, men of moral fortitude? Why do they cater to the enemies of the bastion of freedom, the United States of America? Why is that? Why have the alleged conservatives turned their backs on their calling? What is that all about anyway?

What America needs is another Ronald Wilson Reagan. Regardless of one's personal and/or professional politics, one should have the personal integrity and moral fortitude to admit that President Ronald Wilson Reagan was the most influential person of the 20th and 21st centuries whether believing in his politics or not. He was a visionary second to none in that era and history has proven this to be so. President Reagan set the pace for demonstrating strength in the face of adversity. I was a witness to the brilliance of this man, the most powerful and influential President our country and the world may have ever seen.

President Reagan was labeled a cowboy by his foreign enemies and fellow citizens of the United States, mostly his opposition in the political arena. In the face of unsightly opposition at home amongst the political hacks, on all fronts, of that era, President Reagan stood his ground. He shared his dreams and using his extremely effective powers of persuasion, emerged victorious in many areas, in spite of his critics, whether Independent, Democratic or Republican opposition.

President Reagan's Tax Relief Reforms, Domestic Policies in regards to Welfare and other similar programs, and his build up of the depleted and near ineffective Military Apparatus was very controversial but he pushed his agenda forward anyway, to the betterment of the United States and her citizens as well as her allies. One of his agendas was the political defeat of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) which brought about the unification of East and West Germany, desecrated and divided up after WWII, as well as averting a military confrontation with the USSR, a nation possessing nuclear armament. I can still remember and hear President Reagan's words to President Mikhail Sergeevich Gorbachev...
"...Mr Gorbachev, tear down this wall!"... the rumblings of the collapse of East Germany, the DDR (German Democratic Republic) came to the forefront. Shortly thereafter, the Berlin wall came tumbling down. President Reagan brought this event to pass.

President Reagan was evangelistic in the way he made his points of view public to the American people and the world, via speeches, State of the Union addresses and Radio America broadcasts. His enigmatic personality traits brought about the dashing of Fidel Castro's Cuban hopes and aspirations for Caribbean conquest with the invasion of the island of Grenada, to rescue American students on the verge of being hostages taken by Cuban troops.

President Reagan was able to shed the Paper Tiger stigma given to America after the Vietnam fiasco...a political police action run by cowards and spineless men. This was a rough road and an unpleasant journey for America but the journey was accomplished. The road to shedding the Paper Tiger stigma began with the successful release of American hostages from Iran, seemingly within hours of his Inaugural Address. I remember explicitly this event, first hand.

Yes, I believe President Ronald Wilson Reagan to be the most influential person of the 20th Century. And, I also believe that only such a man can save America from itself.

As we rebuild the Reagan Era Conservative Movement, let us always remember what we all, collectively, let all that we built slip by while we slept and by our lack of action and dedication to The Cause, we effectively said to the creeping socialist rule, "This too shall pass."