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  • #1977953

    President Biden’s extreme charisma and charm along with is pro Jew policies remind me of President Ronald Regan

    #1978007
    Sam Klein
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    First edit your topic to spell president Ronald Reagan correctly then we can talk more about the topic

    #1978015
    CTLAWYER
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    Rabbi………………….
    There never was a President Regan
    I detested him, but he deserves to have his name spelled correctly: REAGAN

    His trickle down voodoo economics was the start of the destruction of the American middle class.

    #1978054
    Avi K
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    CTL, on the contrary, he saved the economy. FYI, JFK did the same thing. His Star Wars program pushed the former Soviet Union (of cursed memory) over the brink.

    #1978056
    Avi K
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    I would hardly call Biden pro-Jewish. He wants to go back to the disastrous Iran agreement. His whole leftist agenda (toeva and abortion “rights”, for example) is contrary to Jewish values. We can also expect him to appoint judges who will be antagonistic to freedom of speech and religion in these areas as well as anti-police. There is even the threat of packing the Supreme Court.

    #1978061
    commonsaychel
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    Another lame attempt of an uneducated bucher to troll

    I’ll assume you aren’t referring to spelling mistakes 

    #1978117
    Gadolhadorah
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    They named an airport after Reagan and an Amtrak station after Biden. That should tell you all you need to know.

    #1978069
    ujm
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    President Ronald Reagan was the greatest American president since President Teddy Roosevelt. No one has come close since.

    Joe Biden is the new Jimmy Carter.

    #1978168

    Biden funded Palestinian terrorists. That’s not pro jews. He’s overall been pursuing much-not all- of the far lefts agenda. The only comparison to Reagan is that hes old and softspoken.

    #1978180
    MDG
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    I believe the OP is being sarcastic.

    #1978178
    CTLAWYER
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    @AviK
    Reagan did not save the economy. His 1981 tax cuts were followed by 8 years of tax increases wiping out the cuts. He gave the breaks to the rich and harmed the middle class.

    I did not say he harmed the economy, I said his trickle down economics was the start of the destruction of the middle class. Please don’t put words in my mouth or shift the subject as if I had addressed what you shift to.
    Reagan was a senile former Democrat, former Labor Union President, the first divorced person to be elected President…some Family Values platform and an actor, B grade at that.

    #1978209
    lakewhut
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    CTLawyer yet he won both elections by very wide margins he saves America from the disaster that was Carter.

    #1978190
    Reb Eliezer
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    Reagon increased the deficit tremendously.

    #1978216
    MDG
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    “Reagan was a senile former Democrat, ”
    He left the Dem party long before. His values that he pushed in the 80s are the same he spoke about in to 60s.

    “former Labor Union President,”
    Well then, he knew evil from the inside.

    “the first divorced person to be elected President…some Family Values platform”
    While divorce is not optimal, it seems that he did the best he could. You voted for Clinton, and he didn’t get divorced, but he’s no 3xample of family values.

    “and an actor, B grade at that.”
    Totally superfluous.

    #1978206
    ShtarkButRelatable
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    @johnny I hear where you’re coming from but the way I see it biden is more of a Reagan/carter/ford sorta crossbreed hybrid situation if you know what I mean.

    I could also hear reagan/carter/bush if youre feeling ever so inclined

    It might sound odd but give it some thought before coming at me with some crass response.

    #1978248

    Reagan did not name an airport after himself, but Biden has a huge welcome center on I-95. Everyone who is smart enough to build something in his n ame without spending his own money, is surely special. Even Cuomo re-named the bridge for his father, not himself.

    The irony of building a welcome center for fossil-driving public …

    #1978260
    commonsaychel
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    Interestingly enough Ronald Reagan Secy. of Tresuary was Donald Regan

    #1978252
    Health
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    RJS -“President Biden’s extreme charisma and charm along with is pro Jew policies remind me of President Ronald Regan”

    Biden reminds me of Obama, but at least Obama wasn’t Senile!

    #1978253
    whitecar
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    Commenting on a topic written by a troll gives the troll exactly what they want. Don’t do it. Oh shoot I just did but did not press submit yet (as of this writing, what happens after is to be determined).

    #1978278
    lakewhut
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    I love how democrats wake up 40 years later to trash Reagan. He won new york and California. Shows he did a great job and that democrats were useless.

    #1978340
    n0mesorah
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    I think that 1980 was a much closer election than people remember.

    #1978341
    n0mesorah
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    CTL is spot on. Pick any pundit from right to left who gripes about America’s finances. Then track when that shift started and what caused it. You’ll see that almost all of them encourage from Reagan.

    #1978342
    n0mesorah
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    Reagan has a mixed record on Jews and Israel.

    #1978343
    n0mesorah
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    On social issues, Reagan was not very conservative for his day. Compared to what the cultural scene is now, Biden is about the same moderate that Reagan was empty years ago. We could look up that happened in the eighties and see if Senator Biden and President Reagan disagreed on social issues.

    #1978344
    n0mesorah
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    The biggest similarity to me, is that they both work quickly to move along their agenda. And they are very good at avoiding making enemies. If the Republicans stay focused on the past election, it will soon be much too late to stop Biden.

    #1978358
    ShtarkButRelatable
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    I feel the Democrats are the best for us Jews now. They are really is making the Jews feel equal in the world.
    And @lakewhut: they didn’t do nothing. They have been pro Jews for the last century. I think we should all vote Democrat, to show appreciation.

    #1978392
    n0mesorah
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    To clarify, I was not making the case that Biden is most similar to Reagan. Perhaps Fillmore is the best fit. I made the Reagan/Biden comparison on a different thread.

    #1978393
    DBS
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    I can’t vote dem with their Israel politics.
    And with the Biden administration telling Jews who are scared of anti-semitic attacks to ‘take off their Yarmulkes and stars of david’?! Can you say victim-blaming?
    We have no debt of gratitude towards them.

    #1978387
    Avi K
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    Shtark, that is really funny. But don’t give up your day job. Look what is happening in the US on their watches. Look at how the anti-Israel crowd is gaining power. Not to mention that the whole progressive agenda is anathema to Torah.

    #1978439
    commonsaychel
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    @n0mesorah
    “I think 1980 was a much closer election then people remember”

    Reagan won the election by a landslide, taking 489 electoral votes and Carter getting 49. Reagan received the highest number of electoral votes ever won by a non-incumbent presidential candidate.
    In fact Carter conceded at 10PM EST with the results being so obvious, looks like you were not born yet in 1980 otherwise you would have remembered

    #1978447
    n0mesorah
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    Ed Markey is still holding the line on Israel. This proves that the Democrats default position is still pro Israel. The upstarts in Congress are the ones criticizing Israel and being overtly or openly anti Semitic. This is true on both sides of the aisle. It is a troubling trend among American youth in general. But go on with your partisan worship. Why worry about the ominous future, when you can reinterpret the present?

    #1978449
    n0mesorah
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    Dear Avi,

    Look at what happened in the U.S. under the last President. Oh, you can’t see clearly. And why not? The truth is attacks on Jews have been trending up in all areas for a long time. Another truth. The public is never under the Republicans or Democrats watch. We have a broad democracy that gives over much of it’s cultural sway, to non partisans.

    #1978450
    n0mesorah
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    “Not to mention that the whole progressive agenda is anathema to Torah.”

    Not to mention, is the way to put it. Because you never could do more than mention it. Torah is all composing. Broader then the land. Deeper than the sea. It encompasses whatever agenda is active at the moment in question.

    Moreover, you would be hard pressed to accurately describe what the progressive agenda is. Any why it would be mine bending to find approval for it. The Torah does not command up to be politically active. Or even to make sense of it.

    Perhaps it is better that you post these things all the time without backing it up. There are way too many distorters of Torah without you mixing in some more partisanship.

    #1978499
    DBS
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    “It encompasses whatever agenda is active at the moment in question.”

    Abortion and LGBTQ+ and telling us to take off our Yarmulkes? Man, we must have different Torahs!

    #1978527

    >> Look at what happened in the U.S. under the last President.

    “why bad things happen to good people” ? there is actually one case where naive looks are not good for democracies.. pollsters say that last 6-12 months before election determine people’s attitude.

    BUT, when we are dealing with adversaries, they can easily exploit that! So, if a US president stands up to Nazis, Soviets, or Chinese, it may lead to increase of hostilities, oil crises, wars, Korean airlines going down, maybe even pandemics. Don’t let them manipulate your opinion (easier said than done).

    #1978517
    mesivta bachur
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    “The Torah does not command up to be politically active.”

    and yet if that is the way to uphold the mitzvos and live a torah lifestyle…

    #1978547

    >> “The Torah does not command up to be politically active.”
    shoftim veshtrim titen leha?
    tzedek, tzedek tirdof?

    the limitation on social activity is to stay within the Torah. If Hashem would not give us Torah, we would not live space for other nations, as we have strength/hutzpa (azut) like dogs among animals and roosters among birds (Beitza about 25)

    #1978553

    N0mesorah-“Not to mention, is the way to put it. Because you never could do more than mention it. Torah is all composing. Broader then the land. Deeper than the sea. It encompasses whatever agenda is active at the moment in question.”
    -ive seen statements like this before and I think it’s ridiculous. Obviously the Torah is the Torah, and no political agenda aligns with all TorahValues. Nobody is suggesting that. However we have a life to live, and when there is different political parties, driving for different policy, we should support that which aligns more closely, that aligns on more issues, with TorahValues. I don’t think there is a question which party that is.

    #1978555
    commonsaychel
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    tzedek, tzedek tirdof and tikkun haolam are the most overuse words by the PC crowd, how about the rest of the torah

    #1978604
    Health
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    NoMesorah -“Pick any pundit from right to left who gripes about America’s finances. Then track when that shift started and what caused it. You’ll see that almost all of them encourage from Reagan.”

    Let’s say that you’re right, but why must every President since then make our deficit Worse?!?
    The only one that was trying to fix the Economy was Trump.
    He would have, but the Covid -19 came.
    Trump was really on Track, because he was a former businessman.
    The others only know to take others money, like Taxation!

    We are going Full Circle.
    We started the US because of Taxation without Representation.
    That’s what the DemonCrats believe – Government has to be in control of everything!

    #1978602

    common, this is I mentioned limitation. Of course, a response to a Hashem command “how about the rest” is not really appropriate.

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