Friday, November 25, 2011

Georgian President Unveils Monument to Reagan

Georgia: the country that Russia invaded in 2008, to which Senator Barack Obama replied (and I quote), "I think it is important at this point for all sides to show restraint."  Yup, a tiny nation invaded by a once-super power really needs to show restraint.

Well, that nation survived and this week revealed a new statue to Ronald Reagan.  Georgia, which sees the United States as a "big brother," unveiled the monument to our 40th President.  Mr. Reagan is as popular there as he is here:
I guess President Obama would say they need to show restraint in honoring Americans too, huh?

Whatever the case, good for Georgia.  I'm glad the United States has a friend like them, even if our President is all to pleased to forget about their existence.

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