2016 President: Not Another Reagan Social Security Heist

Weak-l-y I feel m-y–s-t-o-m-a-c-h–z–i-t-ch—-i-n-
g-a-n-d-s-c-r-a-t-ch-i-n—-g with infinite low-blow-
breath-sighing as I send these wicked facts to you. God bless us all as it pertains
to a lusty actor/president Ronald Reagan and his damned-dipping-social security
thugs who are accountable for bullying the U.S. Americans into stressful-crying-dying foreclosure and financial-biting-burden and a long list of lost billions of brick and

Witness the genesis of flying lies of FORMER ACTOR Ronald
Reagan-who abused his role as PRESIDENT OF THE SCREEN
ACTORS GUILD in early 1950s-to save his leading
actress who later in the 80s was forced upon us as
the first lady.


“I’ve never met her, but I’d like to now,” Hunt said
of the First Lady. “I’d poke her in the nose.”

The story of their mix-up comes from the early 1950s,
when the two Nancy Davises were young actresses in
the politically volatile world of Cold War Hollywood.

The future Mrs. Reagan had somehow ended up on the
mailing lists of several communist organizations and
was being flooded with notices of their meetings, she
says in her autobiography, “Nancy.”

Concerned that she might be blacklisted, she turned
for help to Ronald Reagan, then president of the
Screen Actors Guild. Reagan found that there were two
Nancy Davises working in Hollywood and assured the
distressed actress over dinner that he would clear
her name.

“I don’t know if it was love at first sight,” writes
the First Lady, “but it was something close to it.”

The other Nancy Davis, who says she was not a
communist or even politically active, was then
instructed by Reagan to change her name to avoid any
confusion with the future Mrs. Reagan.

Records at the Screen Actors Guild show that they
were the only two Nancy Davises with membership in
the organization at the time.”

More goodie-sky-high-lies from former actor Ronald
Reagan that presently haunts us today-my family and
your family-the middle class U.S. Americans (we were/are
branded) making wholesome goodie-apple pies.

This website article reveals how Ronald Reagan’s daughter feels.



“My father would be so appalled at what’s going on,
and he would be so appalled at probably all of these
candidates,” Davis said. “I don’t think he would be a
Republican. And if another Ronald Reagan came along,
I don’t think the Republican Party would accept him.”

Davis is a lifelong progressive who began using her
mother’s maiden name in college to distance herself
from her father. According to her 2004 memoir she and
her father, who died that year, reconciled late in
his life.

Davis is not the first to argue that today’s GOP
would be unrecognizable to Reagan. For example, the
former president signed into law the Immigration
Reform and Control Act of 1986, which granted amnesty
to millions of undocumented immigrants who had
entered the country before 1982. None of the current
GOP presidential hopefuls back amnesty, and the
party’s official policy platform is to reject “any
form of amnesty.”

Still, Reagan remains a powerful figure in the GOP’s
mythology, invoked frequently by Republicans as a
champion of sensible conservatism: According to
Fortune, Reagan was mentioned 45 times in the second
Republican debate in September. “The Gipper” was
invoked an additional six times in the first
Republican debate, according to NPR.

Adding to these comments, Davis reserved her greatest
disdain for U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, a frequent
Reagan-invoker, saying he uses her father’s name to
promote an agenda he would have found distasteful—
more than any other Republican candidate for

Davis also said her father would “not be able to
conceive” the level of gun violence in the country
today. She argued Reagan, who was shot in 1981 but
survived, would be a stronger advocate of gun control
than today’s Republicans, who almost universally
oppose it.”

More un-fun facts coming that lead the USA to what it is today.


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