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re: National Day of Remembrance for Reagan

On Friday, during the National Day of Remembrance for Reagan, wear your red ribbons, to acknowledge the thousands of AIDS deaths during his administration, while he sat by and did nothing.

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lucindalunacy
Jun. 10th, 2004 08:56 am (UTC)
FINALLY! someone mentioned that besides me! i've been bitching about that fact that NO ONE HAS UTTERED...grrr even people bitching about him havent said shit...makes me livid!
turkishturki
Jun. 10th, 2004 09:19 am (UTC)
Comments like both of the ones here make me sick.
bfirrera
Jun. 10th, 2004 09:49 am (UTC)
well...then you don't have to be here, now do you?

Do you understand that Reagan stood by and allowed his administration to do NOTHING to stop the deaths of now MILLIONS of people worldwide? Do you understand that because of his bigotry, because his administration believed that it was a curse set down on homosexuals, many many STRAIGHT people have died too? and CHILDREN! ALL OVER THE WORLD!

Consider yourself banished...
lucindalunacy
Jun. 10th, 2004 11:14 am (UTC)
interesting...comments like yours make me sick

we actually have something in common *smirk*
fonzisworld
Jun. 11th, 2004 03:42 am (UTC)
SPLAT
this is why in life one should always carry a cute little upchuck bag...so one may discreetly vomit at comments without losing sight that everyone has an opinion and we should all take them into consideration minus the bowel movements.
lucindalunacy
Jun. 11th, 2004 05:15 am (UTC)
Re: SPLAT
eh, i cant take any opinion seriously nor have respect for a person when said opinion is bigoted and goes against the spectrum of human rights issues that we should be evolved against by now...well at least half of society seems to be...feh

but then, that's me.
crispycommando
Jun. 10th, 2004 11:42 am (UTC)
Here here! I hate when someone dies, they're suddenly the greatest person on earth. People forget Reganmonics, and all the weapons he gave the middle east. I must say... I forgot this one though... thanks for the reminder, Bryan.
boopies204
Jun. 10th, 2004 08:31 pm (UTC)
C'mon D-bags!! The poor guy died: Get off him. Don't celebrate him as your hero, but don't bash the old man. Give me a break.
bfirrera
Jun. 10th, 2004 11:25 pm (UTC)
I'm sorry...but you weren't alive then (or you were barely alive then)...you don't know the facts.

They are praising him left and right, but they are ignoring all the horrible things that the man did.
fonzisworld
Jun. 11th, 2004 03:38 am (UTC)
DON'T CRY FOR ME REGANOMICS
****and all of a sudden he has become the male Eva Peron.....their good vs. bad to be debated for ever....i just pray that Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice do not write a musical opera about this.
lucindalunacy
Jun. 11th, 2004 05:20 am (UTC)
He wasn't always an old man...he was always a conservative ass who did massive damage to the gay communities as well as the WORLD community by sweeping AIDS under the rug..as well as all the countless shit with Iran Contra..and he's the reason we are so polarized now and the republicans began siding more and more with the religious right. back in the old days the republicans actually tried to, ya know, free people and during reconstruction tried to make people equal but the old democratic party tried to stop all that. it's a lot of shady history that was leading up to a lot of big explosions and then Reagan came in and helped just cause an even larger divide and everyone pretty much seemed to swap sides.

im sorry but an old guy dying who was evil in life is just an evil old dead guy to some people...not everyone deserves respect after they are dead or else we'd be respectful to serial killers and nazis as well... and if you think thats a harsh comparison, it's actually not as there are parts of the world who feel that strongly about him.

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