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Reagan's House Heroes Stop Plan B

Via spectator.org » Submitted On Fri, 12/21/2012 - 8:39am by 六十四 Cerca

Call it a Reykjavik Moment.

An Air Traffic Controllers Moment.

Both of which were Reagan Moments.

Moments in American history when, under extreme pressure, Ronald Reagan simply refused to buckle. Against all the chorus shouted from the media and congressional bleachers — that he had failed by walking out on a bad deal with Gorbachev or recklessly fired striking air traffic controllers who were striking against federal law — Ronald Reagan never blinked.

And the fact that he didn’t blink made America — and the world — an infinitely better place.

Thursday night 13 conservative House Republicans defeated the Rule for the vote on Speaker Boehner’s highly controversial “Plan B.”

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They did the right thing,now the ball´s in zippy´s court.We´ll see if he was serious about a deal or posturing so he can impose his own.Like another poster said,it´s better to get shot standing than on your knees.

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