Ronald Reagan on Walter Mondale

Former Vice President Walter Mondale, a civil rights champion who lost a 1984 White House bid in one of the largest Electoral College landslides in U.S. history, died Monday evening at his home in Minneapolis. He was 93.

WSJ

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13 Responses to Ronald Reagan on Walter Mondale

  1. Roger says:

    A different world.

  2. Professor Fred Lenin says:

    And this man was in the early stages of dementia ,he makes paedo sniffy biden look like hes due for the knackers yard ,Chalk and Cheese .

  3. Infidel Tiger King says:

    Maybe Ted Cruz could quote Roman history, but unlikely any others could.

    Mondale was a far left loon and would be to the right of the current Dems.

  4. Dot says:

    Good summary Tiger.

    The Dems and America have lost the plot.

  5. nb says:

    Off topic, but here is a link to a broadcast about the election in the USA, courtesy of Mike Lindell. Valuable:
    Link via:
    https://thepointman.wordpress.com/2021/04/19/emergency-post/
    Click on the link in the text.

  6. Mother Lode says:

    A very different time.

    You have to be in a frame of mind to laugh at a quip at your own expense. People filled with hate cannot do it: They are stung and instinctively want to hurt their opponent.

    Reminds me of the story about the Speaker of the House (a Democrat) visited Reagan in hospital after the assassination attempt. Apparently the both joined in prayer.

    Pelosi would steal his ice cream.

  7. Roger says:

    Reminds me of the story about the Speaker of the House (a Democrat) visited Reagan in hospital after the assassination attempt. Apparently the both joined in prayer.

    Thomas “Tip” O’Neill.

  8. BalancedObservation2 says:

    President Ronald Reagan could do it all with good humour which was appreciated by both sides of politics. He was also happy to take a joke at his own expence.

    Those were the days. They never look like being repeated.

    I checked out some clips of Ronald Reagan jokes as a result of reading this article and it led to a much enjoyable time.

  9. C.L. says:

    Maybe Ted Cruz could quote Roman history, but unlikely any others could.

    Reagan’s letters – including to troubled strangers on subjects as difficult as love and marriage – prove he was a man of high intellect and great spiritual insight.

  10. If only Ron were here and back in charge.

  11. Zyconoclast says:

    If only Ron were here and back in charge.

    Amnesty Ron?

  12. Siltstone says:

    Reagan was very well read, and could convey his understanding extraordinarily well.

  13. W Hogg says:

    died Monday evening at his home in Minneapolis.

    Murdered by the BLM protestors?

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