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Dec 25 2015

Vintage Christmas Address From Ronaldus Magnus

Since America no longer has a president to represent it in any meaningful sense, let’s hear a Christmas address from a great president during better times:

Via the Daily Signal, on a tip from Stormfax.




29 Responses to “Vintage Christmas Address From Ronaldus Magnus”

  1. marcus tullius cicero says:

    …Thanks, there may still be some Hope left for America!

  2. marcus tullius cicero says:

    …Thanks, there may still be some Hope left for America!

  3. George Lortz says:

    Merry Christmas, and thanks, for keeping the Spirit of Freedom alive and well.

  4. George Lortz says:

    Merry Christmas, and thanks, for keeping the Spirit of Freedom alive and well.

  5. Eddie_Valiant says:

    I know many here are favoring Donald Trump. Even our pal Joe Dan Gorman at Intellectual Froglegs is touting Trump. I’m not certain about Trump, but I have a very good feeling about Ted Cruz. If he becomes out next President, addresses like this one may become common again. Ted has the firm belief in God that Reagan exhibited, and regardless of anyone’s faith, those strong beliefs are what we need as a nation.

  6. Eddie_Valiant says:

    I know many here are favoring Donald Trump. Even our pal Joe Dan Gorman at Intellectual Froglegs is touting Trump. I’m not certain about Trump, but I have a very good feeling about Ted Cruz. If he becomes out next President, addresses like this one may become common again. Ted has the firm belief in God that Reagan exhibited, and regardless of anyone’s faith, those strong beliefs are what we need as a nation.

  7. MAS says:

    Lord above how I miss that man…our last great President.

  8. MAS says:

    Lord above how I miss that man…our last great President.

  9. Pyrran says:

    Well now, I’d almost forgotten what a real President sounds like.
    I would trade in all my Christmas presents for one of those.

  10. Pyrran says:

    Well now, I’d almost forgotten what a real President sounds like.
    I would trade in all my Christmas presents for one of those.

  11. reaguns says:

    I want to thank the iranians for holding the hostages until after the 1980 election so I could win it. Your christmas presents are on the way!

  12. reaguns says:

    I want to thank the iranians for holding the hostages until after the 1980 election so I could win it. Your christmas presents are on the way!

  13. TED says:

    Oh look, the cute little Heathens are out…

  14. TED says:

    Oh look, the cute little Heathens are out…

  15. ScarletPimpernel says:

    How I miss this man!

  16. ScarletPimpernel says:

    How I miss this man!

  17. Jackson Furst says:

    You’e DELUSIONAL. Ted Cruz is a bought and paid for politician. He’s thoroughly unlikable to mainstream Americans thanks to his far right loony religious stances on social issues. Trump is far more Reagan-esque than Cruz will ever be

  18. Jackson Furst says:

    You’e DELUSIONAL. Ted Cruz is a bought and paid for politician. He’s thoroughly unlikable to mainstream Americans thanks to his far right loony religious stances on social issues. Trump is far more Reagan-esque than Cruz will ever be

  19. Eddie_Valiant says:

    I’M delusional? You’re sadly misinformed and ignorant of what Reagan had to say about someone like Trump:

    “The personal attacks against me during the primary finally became so heavy that the state Republican chairman, Gaylord Parkinson, postulated what he called the Eleventh Commandment: Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican. It’s a rule I followed during that campaign and have ever since.”

    Could it be Trump never heard of this?

    Do some background on Trump – he maybe a registered Republican now, but he’s in it for his own ego, nothing more.

  20. Eddie_Valiant says:

    I’M delusional? You’re sadly misinformed and ignorant of what Reagan had to say about someone like Trump:

    “The personal attacks against me during the primary finally became so heavy that the state Republican chairman, Gaylord Parkinson, postulated what he called the Eleventh Commandment: Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican. It’s a rule I followed during that campaign and have ever since.”

    Could it be Trump never heard of this?

    Do some background on Trump – he maybe a registered Republican now, but he’s in it for his own ego, nothing more.

  21. Jack Furst says:

    Ronald Reagan was also a registered Democrat at one time. As for “The 11th Commandment” — that was 35 years ago. We are in far different times now and a far different political climate. Trump has had to run a certain kind of campaign for the highest possible impact — and it has proven itself enormously effective of almost historic proportions.

    As for Trump being in this “for his own ego” I’m not buying that for a second. Trump is a billionaire with a great life. He did not need to run for President and take on all the headaches and responsibility of such an office. He already has all the “power” he needs to satisfy his ego. If YOU would do your research on Trump, perhaps read a few of his books like “Crippled America” or “The America we Deserve”, you would know that under all the bluster and bombastic personality is a man who truly loves this country.

  22. Jack Furst says:

    Ronald Reagan was also a registered Democrat at one time. As for “The 11th Commandment” — that was 35 years ago. We are in far different times now and a far different political climate. Trump has had to run a certain kind of campaign for the highest possible impact — and it has proven itself enormously effective of almost historic proportions.

    As for Trump being in this “for his own ego” I’m not buying that for a second. Trump is a billionaire with a great life. He did not need to run for President and take on all the headaches and responsibility of such an office. He already has all the “power” he needs to satisfy his ego. If YOU would do your research on Trump, perhaps read a few of his books like “Crippled America” or “The America we Deserve”, you would know that under all the bluster and bombastic personality is a man who truly loves this country.

    One last point regarding Cruz and Religion. We have a separation of CHURCH and STATE for a reason. Cruz would try and apply religious principles to laws in this country where they simply are not warranted. “Gay Marriage” is a perfect example. Cruz would try and take us backwards and get the Supreme Court decision reversed on “Gay Marriage”. This shows me that he really isn’t about “Less Government in our lives” — and this makes him a hypocrite at the very least. Government has no business butting in to the personal lives of Americans — straight, gay, or somewhere in between. This also tells me that Cruz would be a President for only SOME Americans not ALL. Any candidate who does not stand for “Equal Rights for ALL Americans” is not someone I want anywhere near The White House. I’d vote for Hillary before I’d vote for Cruz.

  23. Eddie_Valiant says:

    When someone says they’d vote for a criminal like Shrillary, then I know I’m dealing with a brain dead democrap.

    From the New York Slimes:
    An analysis of Donald Trump’s support among various demographic groups shows something that may surprise most – his biggest base of support is among registered Democrats, according to The New York Times:

    He is strongest among Republicans who are less affluent, less educated and less likely to turn out to vote. His very best voters are self-identified Republicans who nonetheless are registered as Democrats. It’s a coalition that’s concentrated in the South, Appalachia and the industrial North, according to data provided to The Upshot by Civis Analytics, a Democratic data firm.

    Mr. Trump’s huge advantage among these groups poses a challenge for his campaign, because it may not have the turnout operation necessary to mobilize irregular voters.

    The analysis is based on 11,000 interviews conducted since August. Trump’s strongest support, says Civis Analytics, includes New York State:

    Mr. Trump’s best state is West Virginia, followed by New York. Eight of Mr. Trump’s 10 best congressional districts are in New York, including several on Long Island. North Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Louisiana and South Carolina follow.

    According to the analysis Trump leads even among Republican-leaning women and Hispanics.

  24. Eddie_Valiant says:

    When someone says they’d vote for a criminal like Shrillary, then I know I’m dealing with a brain dead democrap.

    From the New York Slimes:
    An analysis of Donald Trump’s support among various demographic groups shows something that may surprise most – his biggest base of support is among registered Democrats, according to The New York Times:

    He is strongest among Republicans who are less affluent, less educated and less likely to turn out to vote. His very best voters are self-identified Republicans who nonetheless are registered as Democrats. It’s a coalition that’s concentrated in the South, Appalachia and the industrial North, according to data provided to The Upshot by Civis Analytics, a Democratic data firm.

    Mr. Trump’s huge advantage among these groups poses a challenge for his campaign, because it may not have the turnout operation necessary to mobilize irregular voters.

    The analysis is based on 11,000 interviews conducted since August. Trump’s strongest support, says Civis Analytics, includes New York State:

    Mr. Trump’s best state is West Virginia, followed by New York. Eight of Mr. Trump’s 10 best congressional districts are in New York, including several on Long Island. North Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Louisiana and South Carolina follow.

    According to the analysis Trump leads even among Republican-leaning women and Hispanics.

  25. Jack Furst says:

    The GAYS also support Trump – https://youtu.be/XuNqNEAIbSA

  26. Jack Furst says:

    The GAYS also support Trump – https://youtu.be/XuNqNEAIbSA

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