Who Hijacked Our Country

Thursday, March 30, 2006

Reagan Assassination Attempt: 25 Years Ago

As you’ve probably heard, today is the 25th anniversary of Ronald Reagan’s would-be assassination. John Hinckley missed, Jodie Foster wasn’t impressed, and George Herbert Walker Bush had to wait almost eight more years to be president.

If you like conspiracy theories, there’s all kinds of speculation about the attempt on Reagan’s life. I’m not making any accusations, but:

The Bush and Hinckley families were VERY closely allied. Some people think John Hinckley wasn’t just some wacko trying to impress Jodie Foster. It’s believed — by some — that Reagan’s (attempted) assassination was a plot to get the Bush Crime Family into the White House. (Bush 41 was Vice President at the time.)

Again, I’m not accusing anybody, but try this: Do a web search for “John Hinckley + George Bush.” You’ll get more links than you’ll know what to do with. Interesting reading.

If you want to see a tongue-in-cheek speech by George W. Bush commemorating this 25th anniversary, check this out. The “speech” is accompanied by actual news clippings from 25 years ago.

Food for thought…


Blogger AMLICAR said...

THANKS FOR BEING A THINKING AMERICAN. Over the last five years it has been astruggle to find many of you alive . Stay strong and analythical.
America needs you.

March 31, 2006 at 2:44 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

AMLICAR: Thanks. I think there are a few of us "thinking Americans." Hopefully the number will increase, so we can get some of these thugs and sleazebags out of our government.

March 31, 2006 at 4:41 PM  
Anonymous James said...

I still remember where I was when it happened. The principal of our school came in and told us.

Man 25 years ago. Im getting old.

March 31, 2006 at 11:40 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

James: I remember that day too. Talk about getting old -- I was already an adult back then (chronologically at least). Time marches on.

April 1, 2006 at 12:07 AM  

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