Something about carrying those barricades to the White House got me thinking. I can’t see how the MSM can criticize it after seeing those videos of organized peaceful protest. But they do.
Anyway, this Occupant is the fellow traveler that loves to mention, frequently now on cue, president Reagan. But Reagan said “Mr, Gorbachev, tear down this wall.” Then people attacked the wall, showing all the pictures and protestors.
Now we see Obama selectively shutting down the government, closing the Vets’ WWII memorial – which he had zero grounds for – and trying to inflict pain on people. Here’s Obama erecting and building walls.
It’s ironic that the ordeal is over closing and barricading the WWII memorial, under Obama’s watchful and spiteful eye.
[Source Washington pics]
Berlin — building the wall.
Source Time pics
Reagan used the setting in front of the Brandenburg Gate in West Berlin to address Mikhail Gorbachev, the Soviet leader, in a speech that included the plea: “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall.”
Snipers at the ready atop the White House as the crowds gather, 2013.
Mr. Obama, tear down this wall!
It isn’t over. In December will be the Pearl Harbor commemoration. How will that look for the divider in chief?
Reagan Sec of State, George Shultz: “I guess the point I’m making here is that ideas matter a lot, the underlying ideas that stand behind policies. When you don’t have ideas, your policies are flip-flopping all over the place. When you do have ideas, you have more consistency. And when you have the right ideas — then you can get somewhere.”