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|Carter told those in attendance how he consulted with his daughter, Amy, which |
then became the favorite subject of late-night comedians and ... Reagan won
because he ran against Jimmy Carter. If he ran unopposed, he would have lost.
|“Reagan won because he ran against Jimmy Carter. If he ran unopposed, he |
would have lost.” “Washington couldn't tell a lie, Nixon couldn't tell the truth, and
Reagan couldn't tell the difference.” “A yuppie is someone who believes it is ...
|In the brief moment of its freedom, the English people makes such a use of that |
freedom that it deserves to lose it. - Rousseau, Jean Jacques Reagan won
because he ran against Jimmy Carter. If he ran unopposed he would have lost. -
|Chapter 4 Ronald Reagan Attacks the Age of Limits Reagan won because he ran |
against Jimmy Carter. If he ran unopposed he would have lost. — Mort Sahl
Ronald Reagan's chief political asset in the 1980 presidential campaign was his
|... 697 of you voted against Jimmy Carter. If Ronald Reagan would've ran |
unopposed, he would've lost," bellowed Nadler. ... The reason Reagan was
elected was because we had inflation of 18.5 percent." • Social Security: "How
many of you ...
|The young man who has not wept is a savage, and the old man who will not |
laugh is a iooL - George Santayana li one man ... -tWDDmi Reagan won [the
Presidency! berause he ran against Jimmy Carter. Had he run unopposed he
would have lost -MortSahl Ronald Reagan has held the two most demeaning
jobs in the ...
|However,we've heard that before, shortly after World War I.In view of the state of |
the unionthese days, I can't help but to reflect on the past, ... Statistics show most
Americans are deeply conservative and Christian, yet it seems we havelost
control—lost controlto ... There are a number of reasons for the decline, butlet
mejust stateone man'sopinion on whoto blameand see if you don't agree. ... But
after four years of inept leadership, Jimmy couldn't be reelected evenif he ran
|Jimmy Carter had to overcome Sen. ... John Ashbrook of Ohio and Paul |
McCloskey of California, whom he has described inelegantly as "two gnats on my
ass,"244 ... Because Reagan ran virtually unopposed, he was able to devote his
prenomination resources to preparing for the ... there was considerable
speculation during a substantial portion of Reagan's first term whether he would
|was the Democratic victor in Massachusetts, losing to E Jimmy Carter in Florida. |
... Making his first E major outing for 1 976. he attempted to stake out a position as
E a Democrat with a public record of competency and strong E views against
busing ... the incumbency he can, E and we are still possessing about half of the
Republican vote E and I think we have just started ... Ford, unopposed, won
26,564 E votes, or 84% of the total, as Ronald Reagan received 4,983 E votes (
16%) on a ...
|This was a close, bitterly fought contest in which the central issue was Bobbi |
Fiedler's campaign against busing. ... Attorney Pierce O'Donnell campaigned as
though he had a chance against Carlos Moorhead of Glendale. ... Dow (D)
65,388 (22%) Mahatfey(L) 24,133 (8%) Sob Badham of Newport Beach will have
a smaller district next time around, but it will be just as safe. ... Duncan and his
family ran an old- fashioned, door-to-door campaign for months. ... win this
marginal seat. He ...