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February 23, 2004
Quote of the Day

Mark R. Levin:

Call it preemption. Call it self-defense. Call it liberation. In truth, President Bush is advancing the Reagan Doctrine, or what should now be called the Reagan-Bush Doctrine. Ronald Reagan rejected the Iron Curtain, he rejected Communism, and he rejected the status quo. He came to office when the Soviet Union was extending its tentacles over several continents, including South America. He believed that, for humanitarian and national-security reasons, the Soviets had to be defeated, not tolerated. And against all conventional wisdom, and severe criticism from many of the same Democrats who now disparage George Bush, Reagan did just that. Hundreds of millions were freed, and the Russians are no longer the threat they once were. Who would have thought it? Certainly not the Democrats.

Posted by Russ at 12:22 PM, February 23, 2004 in Quotes

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There's a key difference though. The Soviets had tentacles and the Islamonuts have pseudopods.

Posted by: George Turner at February 24, 2004 12:14 AM

I heard him read his entire piece on his radio program. It was terrific.

Posted by: Jim - Parkway Rest Stop at February 24, 2004 04:53 AM

Yeah, but it was Kennedy who whipped the Russians by starting the program that put American men on the moon! The Russians were whipped without ever firing a shot and they were the worst threat this nation has ever faced! If the Islamists were as big a threat as the former USSR once was, then Bushy head and his bully cohorts would be thinking of ways that wouldn't require so much bloodshed.

Come on America! Quit letting the elephants drop dung on your heads! Vote Yellow Dog for President and together we'll herd those beasts right out of town!

Posted by: YELLOW DOG '04 at February 28, 2004 01:50 AM