After all, he re-united Germany and dismantled the USSR.
How do you think President Ronald Reagan would have handled the atrocities committed by Islam?
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i don't think he could handle it any differently. the USSR and Germany situations were very different. it was a situation that was headed for change
the problem with terrorism, ISIS and the instability in the mid-east stems from a true cultural war that is something that has to be solved on an international level and working to somehow find some sort of compromise or mending of fences between two massively different cultures.
Reagan had is own mid-east issues that were never resolved evidenced by the instability in the region in the early 90s that George HW Bush inherited during his presidency
i think reagan showed how he'd handle it. he like so many previous leaders attempted to find and put in power leaders who he thought could stabilize the region2
He didn't truly re-unite germany or dismantle the USSR. both of those things were from years and years of build up. people tend to forget that the effects we see from a president usually don't come around until AFTER they are in office. that and Germany was bound to reunite and the USSR was bound to fail because of their poor economy that russia is still dealing with today, and their horrible policies towards their people. eventually China will follow the same route.. well reforming socially at least.2
Germany was reunited beginning on 9 November 1989 and the USSR collapsed in 1991. George H. W. Bush was president on both dates.
The amount of Obama paranoia on this board is ridiculous.
America has been bombing Syria and Iraq every day for nearly two years. Its troops were in Iraq until 15 December 2011 before that. It bombs Afghanistan every day. It has special forces in these places and Libya and Somalia and goodness knows where.
The common threads are, gaggers and gagettes: (1) The Armed Forces United States of America; (2) The Commander-in-Chief of said forces, Barack Obama; (3) the radical Islamic zombies being sent to meet their 72 virgins (and 72 mothers-in-law) every day.4
Well considering he is the reason Al-Queda exists not very well
He didn't dismantle Russia. Gorbechov was like option 6 on an already collapsing regime. It's like talking credit of cutting down a tree that's been 95% chopped by a beaver
Hard to say anything positive would come off it considering he basically was the founding father of al queda 😑3
He sold arms to Iran, supported the Mujahideen, surrendered to Islamic terrorists in Lebanon, sold arms to Saudi Arabia, and was hostile towards Israel.3
Ronald Regan was not a very good president and I doubt he would have the nuance to deal with radical Islam.
Starting a "War on Islam" is the exact opposite of how to win since that just radicalize them further and supplies them with manpower and resources. You need a combination of undercover operations without outright conflict and to win the "hearts and minds" of normal Muslims to eradicate "radical Islam".1
Hmm he probably would heavily invade again1
He would kicked ass. That pathetic excuse of a President we have now is afraid of his own shadow. Obama is far and away the worst President we've ever had or hope to have.0