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I’m a proud Reagan conservative. Ronald Reagan believed firmly in freedom of the individual, the sanctity of life, a strong military in support of peace and freedom, and limited government. He was a great leader because he stuck to those principles, communicated them, and implemented policies based on them. In the end, he left the United States and the world freer and more prosperous. I miss him.

I am happily married with four great children. We live in Virginia near where I work as an intelligence analyst for the U.S. government. I’m also a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), AKA the Mormon Church. I’m a big supporter of Mitt Romney for president.

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1. Michael Littlestone - July 13, 2009

I have created a line of merchandise and would love your comments.

2. nemo235 - July 19, 2010

were you alive during the Reagan administration? the man was a Tyrant. Military in support of peace? That is double talk my friend, the two cancel each other. you basicaly said war is peace. How does that make any sense. You sound like a citizen of oceania in George orwell’s 1984. what will you say next, oppression is freedom?

3. American Man - October 6, 2010

The correct quote is “Peace through strength”, which, by the way, is exactly how it worked when Reagan was in office(What do you think the world would be like if Reagan ended the Cold War by saying “We give up! Do whatever you want with Europe and Asia!”). The people who suffered the most back then were not the people who didn’t have jobs, but the people who didn’t have jobs and didn’t look for them. If I were you, I would watch the movie “The Pursuit of Happiness” that movie shows that if you want to have a good life, you need to fight hard for it (very hard), not leave it to welfare. So let me ask, were you alive during the Reagan administration?

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