Reagan-Era Conservatives Reject Economics of Today’s GOP

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    Reagan-Era Conservatives Reject Economics of Today’s GOP

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    Really?  Three "Reagan era Republicans"?  Very typical democrat soft hit piece:  create an impression by stringing together some unrelated points, aim them at Romney, and fire.  Sorry to burst your bubble but:

    Stockman:  Largely discredited, a Wall St. guy, and basically kicked out of the Reagan administration.  Great source. Sigh.

    Bartlett:  I actually like Bartlett, but a mainline republican he is not.   He is a a Ron Paul guy, so of course he would be against what is going on, BECAUSE IT DOESN'T GO FAR ENOUGH, as I think as well.

    Sandy Weill?  Another Wall St. guy, no particular affiliation with republicans that I know of, and the person who gave us Obama supporter Jamie Dimon.

    So, zero for three, bekool.  This article is therefore nonsense as its reporting does not support it's headline.

    So bekool, try again.

     
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