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Noun1.Ronald Reagan - 40th President of the United States (1911-2004)Ronald Reagan - 40th President of the United States (1911-2004)
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With the notable exception of the quixotic Robert Marshall, a Reagan Republican who abandoned the GOP after George Bush took us to war in Iraq, the Democratic candidates seem almost oblivious to the state's expense-side problems.
When asked about President Trump, Shores is careful to differentiate himself as a traditional Reagan Republican.
Byler has been since 2009 and is the Recording Secretary for the Long Island Ronald Reagan Republican Club.
Democracy's Muse: How Thomas Jefferson Became an FDR Liberal, a Reagan Republican, and a Tea Party Fanatic, All the While Being Dead
People don't really understand her politics: how can you be a former Reagan Republican who is against interventionism abroad?
To US readers, the book may be interesting for its cultural style; Bowering's voice sounds reminiscent of the friendlier face of Libertarianism, or a Reagan Republican around the pickle barrel.
This is in part because they remain divided over who should be the nominee despite Romney's plodding inevitability: witness the Adelson-Gingrich phenomenon; witness the Emergency Committee for Israel's ad, set for South Carolina, targeting Ron Paul for not being a Reagan Republican, which the group had to yank off the air after the star of the ad, ECI co-founder Gary Bauer, endorsed Rick Santorum.
In contrast, the more limited government-oriented Reagan actually won the women's vote in 1984, as did Bush's father running as a Reagan Republican in 1988.
After high school, Moulitsas, then a Reagan Republican thanks largely to the White House's support of the Salvadorean government, spent four years as an army artillery scout, mainly in Germany.
The Ronald Reagan Republican Center sent faxes calling the 6-to-1 decision "a slap in the face to the majority of Missourians who deserve to have their voices heard on this important issue.
He was locked in a fierce battle with Jim Reese, a veteran campaigner and Reagan Republican.
The heart of the Reagan Republican majority, however, is the Republican Congress.