Tuesday, February 8, 2011

The Myth of Ronald Reagan

I didn't observe the birthday this past Sunday of the greatest fascist leader in all of history.  The record speaks for itself, and I've seen it enough in the last 30 years to know exactly how pernicious this criminally stupid fascist and his legions of minions are.  But if you haven't, I encourage you to take a look at a partial (and impartial) sample of the great dictator's history - before you're no longer able to do so.

"Ronald Reagan must be the nicest president who ever destroyed a union, tried to cut school lunch milk rations from six to four ounces, and compelled families in need of public help to first dispose of household goods in excess of $1,000 . . .  If there is an authoritarian regime in the American future, Ronald Reagan is tailored to the image of a friendly fascist."

Prof. Robert Lekachman

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