Published by: American Thinker
By: Earick Ward
And before my fellow Trump supporters have a conniption, this is a good thing.
I miss Ronald Reagan. He was a virtuous man, loved his family, his country, and his fellow Americans. He was soft-spoken, had a keen sense of humor and was beloved by both his supporters, as well as his detractors.
Ronald Reagan though lived in an era when one could reason with the electorate, having the merit of an idea be enough to rally our country’s people to common cause. Whether it be opposition to Communism, or the benefits of supply-side economics.
In this vein, Mitt Romney struck me as Reagan-like. As [seemingly] virtuous a man to walk the earth since Christ. The lesson learned by all, except seemingly Mitt Romney, is the nature of the era. If the 1980s were deemed a time of […]