Ronald Reagan on Religion

Ronald Reagan on Religion


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    yao

    No way. ST. Reagan was appointed President by baby Jebus so he could bring God’s law to the masses, as directed by the Constitution.

    przxqgl

    too bad he was such a fucker in every other realm of presidency…

    HoChunk

    ^Why is this now barely readable? Does the “hot debate” thumb rating make the background go pink?

    HoChunk

    Oh, awesome.

    Stonestead

    Something about “those who don’t know history…” comes to mind. Crack a book, idiots.

    anon

    Too bad this is a joke and a half nowadays.

    bstaples

    too bad Reagan believed in the Almighty CEO

    Brandt Hardin

    Reagan has a legacy so distorted by the Conservative idolization of him that we may never have a clear picture of the real man behind the television set beyond the elaborate myth now concocted around him. Did he really rid the world of commie scum? Did destroy or save our economy? Check out my portrait of The Gipper and help me figure it out on my artist’s blog at dregstudiosart.blogspot.com/2011/02/happy-100th-gipper.html with some Cold War Hollywood!

    Fuck no! Check out my nuts!

    Andy R

    Good one. The libtard left is always accusing conservatives of pushing religion on the nation, but history proves otherwise. Who’s doing all the pushing? The anti-religious atheists.

    Anonymoose

    You actually expect to be taken seriously saying something like that in the very year Rick Santorum gained this much ground? The guy who said that separation of church and state makes him want to vomit?

    crewmanguy

    Based on what you’ve written, your accusing anti-religious atheists of pushing religion. Logic fail.
    During Reagan and Bush Sr. time, neither president pushed religion as hand and hand with government. Both of them were religious, but they recognized that religion has no place in government. That’s changed quite a bit since then. Today, most Republican candidates campaign platforms discuss how they will promote religious values.

    TrAyVon'S GhOSt, nuCca

    That’s more of a reflection on the shift in voters and the surge in Christianity as a response to the moral decline America experienced during those days you’re referencing as if they were so great. He’s quite right. For every Rick Santorum there are 100 dumb shits whining about religion and how it hurts their feelings. Unless it’s one of those ‘other’ religions that they read about online that are so living and tolerant. Just admit you guys are a bunch of bitches afraid of Christians because they don’t think like you and everyone should. Right? That’s really all it… Read more »

    hvymetal86

    Right, christians are “tolerant” while pushing to have evolution banned from being taught in schools and creationism taught, while trying to defund programs/insurance for birth control to the poor and low income (who frankly need it the most as having to support more children is the last thing people with no money need), trying to ban abortion based on what their religion says and imposing that on others who don’t share their religion, denying or trying to deny marriage to those of sexual orientations they believe are “of the devil” or “evil”. Yeah… REAL FUCKING TOLERANT OF THEM HUH?

    crewmanguy

    I’m not knocking Christians or any other religion. Part of what makes America great is that we have freedom of worship. That’s something the founding fathers planned for, because they were persecuted in Europe for having different beliefs.
    However, they also intended for church and state to be separate.