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Dec 10 2012

The Religious Reagan

This ought to cause some moonbat skulls to explode:

As Ronaldus Magnus observes, the First Amendment was clearly intended to protect religion, not to repress it. Anyone who pretends otherwise is an enemy of the Constitution.

On a tip from Rich.

15 Responses to “The Religious Reagan”

  1. shared says:

    Bless us all, and Merry Christmas!

  2. Backbone 76 says:

    Ugh, where is this guy when we really need him??

  3. Backbone 76 says:

    Can you imagine any modern republicans coming out and saying stuff like this?

  4. Grunt says:

    Mmh-mmh-mmh…how far we have drifted from our moors. If only we had a greater majority of courageous leadership, or if Washington (the Government) knew its place.

    Sadly, it’s like this when you grant license to a group of people who don’t appreciate their role in the first place. For those who are at this deliberately, they should thank the Merciful God they throw rocks at that I’m not the one sitting in judgement–because Lord knows, I do. It’s not my place to judge…but if it were, woe betide them.

    May God forgive my hardened heart, and I hope He can teach me to forgive those who trespass against me (as well as those I love) as HE forgives.

    (Also, while I know this isn’t an ‘open thread’, I thought I’d let y’all know there’s a critique video out for that claptrap shoveled out by the Californica Teacher’s Union (narrated by Ed Asner), and you can find it here: )

  5. Max Headroom says:

    Easily the best president of our lifetimes. It is always fun to look back on the go-go 80s. Funny how the standard of living just keeps going down since Reagan. That must be that glorious socialism where we are all broke and miserable together.

  6. Jimbo says:

    Anything that even slightly suggests they aren’t the complete master of the universe will make a silly liberal head explode. They can even control the weather if you let them – just ask one. The liberal religion even comes with it’s own silly little brown girlie-guy god who tells them what to think.

  7. Clingtomyguns says:

    “We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion . . . Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”
    John Adams, 1798

    “[T]he Christian religion, in its purity, is the basis, or rather the source of all genuine freedom in government. . . . and I am persuaded that no civil government of a republican form can exist and be durable in which the principles of that religion have not a controlling influence.”
    Noah Webster

    “[F]or avoiding the extremes of despotism or anarchy . . . the only ground of hope must be on the morals of the people. I believe that religion is the only solid base of morals and that morals are the only possible support of free governments. [T]herefore education should teach the precepts of religion and the duties of man towards God.”
    Gouverneur Morris, Penman and Signer of the Constitution

    “Religion and morality are the essential pillars of civil society.”
    George Washington

    These founding father’s thoughts are the exact opposite of our federal government leaders and the public school curriculum today. The courts have revised the First Amendment, erecting a wall and religion of atheism around every public school in America, where God is not allowed to be mentioned.

    We might as well face it that Obama and his ilk have little use for our religious values, Constitution or form of republic. Those values, that document, and what this country was founded to represent, are not something that can coexist in a Marxist/collectivist nanny state.

  8. Dr. 9 says:

    You’re right Clingtomyguns. Our Constitution has been made into an irrelevant joke by the Marxist-in-Chief and his Obamunist followers. It’s exactly what Cloward and Piven taught him to do.

  9. Mr Evilwrench says:

    That’s a face and a voice I never minded seeing on TV. I won’t watch TV anymore. I’m not religious myself, but watching this video reminds me why I’d rather hang around with those that are than those that aren’t. If I’m wrong, maybe I’ll get to meet him. I would be humbled.

  10. St. Gilbert says:


    “Those values, that document, and what this country was founded to represent, are not something that can coexist in a Marxist/collectivist nanny state.”

    And yet those values have somehow evolved into a Marxist/collectivist/secular/atheistic nanny state, all the while, apparently, never literally violating that Founding document.

    Apparently, everything from abortion to Obamacare is perfectly Constitutional. Apparently, everything from prohibiting certain speech to prohibiting certain religious expression is perfectly Constitutional. Apparently, controlling what one eats to controlling what one thinks is perfectly Constitutional. Is that just the consequence of living in a free society? Does liberty always leave open the potential for tyranny? Or does liberty need to be explicitly tied to something greater than itself to be enduring?

    Why, if our Founding documents were so solidly religious, do God-fearing, God-trusting, God-serving Americans find ourselves on the brink of needing another Declaration of Independence?

  11. IslandLifer says:

    Why America will never be the same. It lacks men like this with a strong moral character willing to lead

  12. dan says:

    wow… or as Ronnie might have said, Whoha !
    Missing him.

  13. What?? says:

    Thanks for showing us the way to charge up the nations credit card. The only thing every president after has maintained from the Reagan presidency.

  14. TonyD95B says:

    RE: IslandLifer at December 11, 2012 at 2:35 am :

    “America…….lacks men like this with a strong moral character willing to lead.”

    Well, the good news is, there’s YOU, there’s ME, and a bunch of others, too.

    Things are FUBAR right now – which is exactly why we cannot give up.

    “Viva La Reagan Revolucion!!!!!”

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