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There Is A Profound Moral Difference

Posted by | June 5th, 2009

“There is a profound moral difference between the use of force for liberation and the use of force for conquest.”

– Ronald Reagan (Speech at Pointe Du Hoc, June 6, 1984)

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3 thoughts on “There Is A Profound Moral Difference

  1. markross Post author

    The above are some profound and accurate words…

    I have said this before, but it is worth repeating… The United States, while not a perfect country, has made an unmeasurable amount of sacrifices to this world…We have given blood, money and charity, all around this world; and are so often under-appreciated; even incessantly criticized by other countries.

    President Ronald Reagan said it perfectly…indeed, there is a huge difference between force when used to free enslaved people from tyranny, and the use of force when used for tyranny and terrorism.

    I pray that our current president does not confuse the two, because there is little to no moral equivalency between the two.

    The more I look back, the more I understand how much President Reagan loved this country and lifted it up; and accentuated its greatness. I pray, one day we will have a leader like him again.

  2. markross Post author

    Hi Leigh,

    I think that many people realize that Ronald Reagan was truly a patriot…it is people like myself that took years to realize it…


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