Tex Shelters Salutes The Reagan Library

In History, Human Rights and the Constitution, Humor on October 6, 2011 at 19:31

Reagan with the Mujahideen from globalresearch.ca

Recently, the Republican party held a presidential debate at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, Ca. While the library is a wonderful living tribute to the Patriarch of our party, and many of the exhibits are worthy of this great man, it lacks what us modern conservatives loved most about him.

The Ronald Reagan library is a great place, with a panel from the Berlin Wall that Reagan pulled down, Air Force One and Reagan’s papers and oval office furniture. But it is missing some exhibits that would complete the collection. Here is what real modern Conservatives want to see to complete the Reagan library.

The Tomb of the Unknown Dead Central American Peasant. Reagan doesn’t get nearly enough credit for the deaths of Central American peasants at the hands of right-wing governments and death squads funded by the United States. We need to rectify this.

A special adjunct to the Tomb of the Unknown Dead Central American Peasant would be the Morning in America, nightmare for Nicaragua exhibit including photos of dead nuns and priest who got in the way of U.S. freedom seeking bullets and death squads.

The just say no exhibit of the war on drugs. The war on drugs was one of the greatest wars Reagan fought. The exhibit would feature syringes, cokes spoons, crack pipes, bongs and other drug paraphernalia that we assume millions of people didn’t use because of Reagan’s policies and Nancy Reagan saying “no”. The federal sentencing laws, the death penalty for drug king pins that put marijuana drug growers on death row, the return of minimum sentencing guidelines, and increase in the prison population are all highlights of Reagan’s war on drugs that you would have to be high to miss.

Freedom Fighter Display and Exhibit. Exhibits featuring photos, videos and the written testimony of freedom fighters who fought against the Soviets in Afghanistan, the Mujahideen. A video time line called “Mujahideen over the years” with be played every 30 minutes showing how they transformed themselves in the Taliban and started using the weapons the Reagan White House sold them against the Afghan people, our allies and our soldiers.

Reagan doesn’t get nearly enough credit for arming terrorists organizations in Afghanistan and creating the enormous profits our companies make fighting this U.S. armed fighters. President Reagan’s patriotic actions and active obsession with destroying the already collapsing Soviet Union at whatever costs helped Bin Laden gain power and eventually led to the attacks on 9/11.

We would add quotes that we find important that the Ronald Reagan Library exhibit left out. Of course they feature the famous, “Gorbachev, tear down this wall” and  “It’s morning in America.” And there’s also the advice he gives of a personal nature: “There’s nothing so good for the inside of a man as the outside of a horse.” and “Man’s yearning for freedom can be satisfied in only one way, freedom.”  We need to include more quotes to set the record straight on Reagan’s conservative credentials.

Like global warming deniers of today, Reagan went after the tree hugging hippies logic when he famously stated the hidden facts that, “trees cause more pollution than automobiles.”

President Reagan had a great influence on President George W. Bush and today’s Republican Congress when he said, “They say hard work never hurt anybody, but, I figure, why take the chance?”

And he gave sage advice to all politicians in American when he said, Politics is not a bad profession. If you succeed there are many rewards, if you disgrace yourself you can always write a book.”

So won’t you please spread the knowledge of this great man that the library left out. The world needs to see a complete picture of our greatest president who was a former actor with a chimp and once married to Jane Wyman.

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Tex Shelters

  1. It is unjust to hold the chimp responsible. For the chimp, the appointment wasn’t optional. Please don’t start scurrilous rumor in a responsible journal!

  2. I’m totally with Brother Reagan on the ‘hard work’ comment.

  3. The war on drugs is a bad joke you can’t legislate morality (Prohibition has never worked, I would have thought they would have got that memo in the 20’s and early 30’s). On the policy of the enemy of our enemy is our friend, it is bad policy too and both parties seem to be keeping on the same path (Reagan with those you show and now Obama with the Libyan Rebels). The Moderates rarely win out in revolutions, the most brutal usually do and if anyone thinks the people of Libya will be better off is a fool and I have a bridge to sell you.

  4. The politically disgraced can write a book… That explains Sarah Palin, just fine, doesn’t it?

  5. But but, dear Sir, you have given the good old boy too much credit with regard to the freedom fighters known only as Mujahideen or Taliban. In fact, his predecessor Jimmy Carter was the one who started funding them, even before the Soviets had invaded the country, courtesy of Zbig Brzezinski (The War in Afghanistan: The legacy of Zbigniew Brzezinski and the Volatile Situation in Pakistan: http://tiny.cc/7gsi2). Other than that, all hail Reagan!!!

    • Well yes, Sitanbul, you are correct. And, A large part of the funding was when Reagan was in office supporting the Mujahideen. And the lie is about Reagan being so great on terrorism, as we both know, is completely false. Thanks for the link. Yes, Hail Reagan, and give Carter his props too. Carter wasn’t great in Central America either.

      Tex Shelters

  6. So much and so very many kinds of blood on his hands, so little room for it in his museum…

    We must, alas, add President Obama to his legacy and lineage. Who would have thought in 2008 that we were electing a Reaganite?

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