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The Reagan in Romney

March 24, 2012

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Kudlow makes the best case for the best candidate. The personal deficiencies of Gingrich and Santorum are a bit too much. And I doubt that those who have not entered the race are that much better than those that have. Well tested (and examined)character and experience are key.

Those who have wealth will exhibit the easy arrogance of wealth. This is a nearly universal human failing. The arrogance of the relative wealth of US military stationed overseas after World War II was noticed by many of us. But wealth and/or non-political success make men much more comfortable in high office. Their high status is due to something other than fooling most of the people most of the time. Purely political successes often become political jokes. The discomfort, adjustments, and resulting deficiencies of some recent presidents have been obvious. As has been the easy manner and success in office of Washington, Jefferson, the two Roosevelts, Eisenhower, and Reagan. The deficiencies of the two Bushes had another cause. They were not comfortable as public men.

The present first prioity for national survival and improvement is to remove our president from office.

We have not been sufficiently honest and brave to intelligently follow the Constitution and remove a president obviously guilty of egregious malfeasance, misfeasance and non-feasance through impeachment, convicion, and sentencing.

So we must gird our loins and fight the good fight in the coming election to preserve and increase American freedom for the sake of ourselves, our posterity, and humanity.

The Reagan in Romney – Larry Kudlow – Townhall Finance Conservative Columnists and Financial Commentary – Page 1 “As the tough primary season ventures on, Romney has clarified and evolved his views into tough conservative positions.

On economic policy, for example, he would limit the government budget to 20 percent of GDP, slash $500 billion in his first term, and restrain Medicaid, food stamps, and other entitlement transfers before block-granting them to the states. His Medicare reform is near identical to the Wyden-Ryan approach. He’s for a true, all-of-the-above energy policy that would take the regulatory handcuffs off drilling on federal lands. He would repeal Obamacare. And he has come up with a supply-side tax cut that lowers marginal rates by 20 percent across-the-board and drops the corporate tax to 25 percent.

These are very conservative positions. One can seriously ask whether Romney isn’t the most conservative presidential candidate since Ronald Reagan.  ” http://bit.ly/GVaJFl

Hat tip: Kathy of Adult Christian forum.

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