25 November 2011

Another Ronald Reagan Statue
Unveiled in Eastern Europe . . .

-for 'destroying the Soviet Empire'

Tbilisi, Georgia

A handsome, stylized 'park bench' monument dedicated to Cold War victor Ronald Reagan was unveiled in the former Soviet republic of Georgia yesterday. The country's pro-Western, American-educated president Mikhail Saakashvili proclaimed that the work 'deserves a place in the heart of Tblisi' as he and his countrymen seek to honor Reagan for 'destroying the Soviet empire'. He also took the opportunity to lament what he sees as Vladimir Putin's attempts to restore that lost empire.

Meanwhile in Polanda new Reagan statue was erected along a tree-lined avenue near the US Embassy earlier this month
While the current party-of-power in Warsaw are the Socialists, 
all Poles know that without the Pope and Ronald Reagan
Solidarity would have been promptly crushed. 

Nobody more aware than Lech Walesa, who noted at the ceremony 'Thirty years ago, defeating communism did not seem possible without a nuclear war', adding it's 'inconceivable' for the changes that did come about (peacefully) to have occurred without the blessing of a Ronald Reagan presidency...

Alas, a harsh contrast is provided by the way prog vermin in our own country vandalized a Reagan bronze in Newport Beach, California (also this month). What vile, embittered ingrates some people have become in this ludicrous Obammunist era...

Some city council members there have offered-up a $5000 reward themselves for info leading to the scum that did it. 

Me, I would boil them in oil... but happy to report that the sculpture's already been sent back to the metal foundry for repairs to the damaged base.

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