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Reagan's Goals for United States

February 18, 1986

The people of the United States and both houses of Congress had the honor of listening to the greatest performance of an actor ever seen on television, stage and the movies. President Reagan held the audience spellbound with phrases of gross national product, moving ahead, economic indicators.

Reagan is also the world's greatest magician. Reagan will balance the nation's budget by increasing spending on defense with no new taxes. Reagan will balance the budget by foreclosure on all farms that owe money to the U.S. government. He will cut aid to education, student loans, food stamps. Reagan will spend more money to study the end of welfare. Reagan will do away with Amtrak, cut transportation support, stop the Metro Rail for one of the largest cities in the United States, Los Angeles.

On the foreign policy, he will support the right-wing conservatives no matter how corrupt without regard to the civil rights of the people, as long as they are anti-communist. The fact is there would be no need for communism in the world, if first there were no right-wing conservatives, corrupt dictatorship and military governments.

With Reagan we will walk out the back door of the White House saying make my day in 1988 to 1929.

PAUL E. NEUENS

Encino

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