So how would Ronald Reagan have handled the terrorist attacks on Paris and the grim aftermath?
“President Reagan would have done everything Barack Obama is not doing. He would have been rational, manly, intellectual and tough. He would not have been a shameful, spoiled little man child, irrationally attacking Americans while on foreign soil,” historian Craig Shirley tells Inside the Beltway.
“Ronald Reagan will go down in history as a president who made the world safer and freer. Obama will go down in history as one of the worst, most divisive, most shallow, most foolish, most immature presidents. As an historian, I am hard pressed to think of a worse president than Obama,” say Mr. Shirley, who has written three books on the 40th president, most recently “Last Act,” which covers Reagan’s life after leaving the White House.
You’re telling me that being the most divisive president in history won’t earn Obama a spot on Mt. Rushmore?
Say it ain’t so!
We’ll always remember our 44th president as the man who forced Obamacare down our throats, incited racial tension across the nation, and pulled out of the Middle East too soon which led to the rise of the “JV team.”
I almost forgot to mention that he attended an anti-American church for nearly two decades, advocated for gay marriage to be legalized nationwide, and blamed his predecessor with every chance he got.
While we’re (allegedly) vetting Syrian refugees who enter this country, I think 44 makes a good case for why we should vet liberal presidents who hold office and believe they are above the law.
I’ll just leave this here to really drill things home…