Friday, July 13, 2012

Ronald Reagan’s Address to the Nation November 5, 1984

Third in a series, Ronald Reagan’s address to the nation on the eve of the 1984 election in November.

Ronald Reagan, November 5, 1984. 

 

“Our opponents have a very different vision for your future.  Where we look at a problem and see opportunity, they look at opportunity and see a problem. We believe in knowing when opportunity knocks.  They seem determined to knock opportunity.” 

“We need your support for two long overdue reforms resisted by the House leadership:  A Constitutional amendment to balance our budget and a line-item veto giving a president authority to veto individual pork barrel items within appropriations bills. Forty-three state governors have such authority.  The president of the United States does not.”

“We can say to the world and pledge to our children, America’s best days lie ahead, and you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.”  

Source:  Reagan Foundation via YouTube

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RoYEKvtC-WU&feature=plcp


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