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A Great Man, A Great President
by Ed Matlack

Saturday, June 05, 2004
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With respects to the Reagan family, a great man has passed, a great President, a day of mourning is upon us, we have lost a man of great stature...


A Great Man, A Great President…


 


Peace has finally come into the Reagan household,


Ronald Reagan, ex-President of the United States,


Has passed away, gone to the great horse ranch in the sky,


A lover of horses, and of people, Mr. Reagan today did die…


 


Two terms in office, over fifty movies, played opposite a chimp,


None of those could make Mr. Reagan skip a beat,


Not even an assassination attempt could make this man skimp,


He still fought hard to keep his office, did his job, he was definitely not a wimp…


 


If this shows I did like this man and yes I did respect him, that is my point,


I have never been much for politics, but this man I would have given my life for,


No president since has earned my respect, I don’t believe, no Clinton, nor Bush for sure,


This nation and the world has lost a great man, a fighter, a family man, a horse person,


                       


                    A PRESIDENT TO REMEMBER!


 


                                    © ed – 6/5/04


 

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Reviewed by Tien Avielle (Reader) 10/21/2004
Lovely tribute. For an actor, he was a very "real" person. In politics, that is very rare. Perhaps his most lasting legacy will be the furthering of research into Alzheimer's Disease. He gave this horrible problem a face - one that is recognized, one that has memories that folks will carry for years to come.
Reviewed by Susan Sparks (Reader) 6/10/2004
I do believe that President Reagan was a geniunely nice human being full of compassion and human kindness. Wonderful tribute. I've cared for patients with his disease--it's not a fun way to go, especially for the family members. The patient himself eventually becomes a vegetable and doesn't really know a thing, but the family really suffers. Nancy Reagan was a wonderful wife.
Reviewed by Michelle Smolen 6/6/2004
Very nite tribute Ed, I agree with you he was a great man, Rest in Peace Mr. Reagan.
Blessings ~Shell
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik 6/6/2004
Though we disagree entirely on this 'opinion' poem, it's a fine and well-composed tribute... The best part, for me, is being an American and able to exercise my freedom to disagree. I'm 100% with you, though, on the man finally finding peace. I wish his spirit well, of course. katy xox.
Reviewed by Lori Moore 6/5/2004
He was a great man. Nice tribute.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 6/5/2004
Bravo Ed!!! I'm with you 100% on this one! He was one
of a kind! the love between him and his wife will go
in the history books as one of the great loves of
all time,they were a shining example of what love really is!
Reviewed by William Bonilla 6/5/2004
Amen Ed

I knew you have great poetry within you
the best President yet A fact

William ....Peace



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