Since the memorial thread in the all other "Christians" section of the board was hijacked by those who hate Reagan, I figured I might start a new thread here. This thread is not to debate whether or not Reagan was a good man or a bad man, a good or bad president. This thread is mainly to post fond memories of a president who was loved by many. If you have something positive to say about Reagan in memory of him, please post it here. If you didn't like him or his politics, you could certainly post your condolences and prayers for his family. Even Reagan's biggest enemies have been able to do that this week. If you cannot find it within yourself to say anything positive whatsoever about Reagan, please do not post here. I will begin: I will always remember Reagan with great respect and admiration. As far as I am concerned, there was not a single president in the 20th Century who even came close to his greatness. I will remember the release of the hostages in Iran. I will always remember his speech where he said, "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall"! I will always remember when he took the bombs straight to Khadafi and Lybia in response to their terrorist acts against Americans. I will always remember a president who won re-election with 49 states (I am not sure that has happened before or since). I will always remember a president who took a strong stand for religious liberty by signing into law a bill that permitted religious meetings in public schools in 1984. Despite liberal challenges, the law was upheld by the Supreme Court in 1990. I will always remember a president who left his country and world a whole lot better off than anybody of my generation ever imagined. That President was Ronald Wilson Reagan. His family is in my prayers, and he will be forever missed by this nation and world. Goodbye President Reagan.