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Daily DeviationGiven 2014-06-11
Multi-stage supercharger, check.
Nagant 1895 revolver--whoa, what? I'd expect Ronnie to shoot something more...American.
And this picture of Reagan would fit perfectly with that-plus being an actor, he wouldn't be squemish wielding a six-shooter all starsky and hutch in the process, in a souped up car of national colours.
Should we mention what year this mustang is?
Looking to be a 67. But I can't really tell
Jason Heuser AKA
As a president I only remember that speech mr Gorbachov tear down this wall. To me he was nothing special a mediocre actor who went into politics.
Now since since I started this comment I opened his wiki account and reading his biography I found this Secret FBI informant in Hollywood during the red scare in US.
The man was a snitch.
Realy nobody should be proud being a snitch. He didn't went to report a crime he was telling FBI political leanings of people which he worked together.
Realy like a great president like he won the cold war, the soviets couldn't spend anymore and mister Reagan opened floodgates for military spending that's all that is to it.
I'm a life-long Republican, I was 10 when Reagan won his first term, 14 when he won his second term. Google 1984 election map, I don't care what country you live in, you'll get a picture of the US painted Reagan, coast to coast. Well Mondale did win his home state, I'll give him that...you know if Gore had won his home state, he would have defeated Bush in 2000. Maybe it hurt Gore, that his dad (also a Democrat) voted against the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Shameful, isn’t it? Still, it’s pretty ridiculous that Al Gore couldn’t win his home state. How does the former Senator from Tennessee, not win Tennessee? To me, every Democrat is as ridiculous as Dukakis in the tank...Google Dukakis in the tank, you'll see. "Hi, I'm the Governor of Massachusetts. Do you guys have a tank I can climb into...and can you take some photos of me?"…”Oh, and I need a helmet with my name on it, just in case some Americans don’t recognize my ridiculous face.” Then he gave those photos to the press, and they ran with it, funniest thing I've ever seen, those pics still make me laugh. If Reagan ratted out members of the Communist Party during the Hollywood Blacklist days, I'm okay with that. Don't get me wrong, I'm all for freedom of political affiliation, and I have to give credit to those working in Hollywood that weren't afraid to label themselves as American Communists. Hell, I'd be overjoyed if certain "Democrats" in high office today would admit to America that they are, in reality, Socialists. Today most Americans are smart enough to not call themselves Socialists or Communists, even if that's what they are, solely for the purpose of winning elections. "Yup, I'm a Democrat", says President Obama, "see the D. after my name." As for Reagan, well it was just following WWII, 60 million people had just died, and the Soviets were already on the move. That's a bit alarming (compare it to anything that‘s happened in your lifetime), and yes, there was also a Hollywood Blacklist for anyone that still gives a shit. I'd even be okay if Reagan was suspected of being red back then...after all he turned out to be a true conservative. Here's what I like about Ronald Reagan, he told the entire world that the US had “Star Wars” technology, the real name was the Strategic Defense Initiative, and it would place laser shooting satellites in space. That way we could simply shoot down Soviet ICBMs...in mid air...with "lasers"...from space. Ha! And the whole world believed him, the Soviet Union believed him...Amazing! In 1983? I guess given the Atari 2600, anything is possible. Did you know that you've got more computing power in your smart phone than the Space Shuttle had...It was 1983! Crazy! I'll tell you what else I like about Reagan, he stood in Berlin and told Mikhail Gorbachev to tear down the Wall. That wall was built on JFK's watch, 1961. JFK didn't stop it, didn't try to stop it. It came down in 1989, two years after Reagan's speech. This website isn't about politics though, it's about art. I don't know much about art, but I know what I like. My birthday is in March, and I've already told my wife what I want, $80 is a small price to pay for such a great poster, signed by the artist, no less. I'll frame it and put it up in my garage, just behind my 1969 Wimbledon White Mustang. To the artist, I'd say, great job...and good luck selling the Clinton and Obama art.
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