Ronald Reagan Quotes Net Worth, Age, Height, Relationship Status

Ronald Reagan was an American politician who served as the 40th President of the United States from 1981 to 1989. He became a highly influential voice in contemporary conservatism. Ronald Reagan was born on February 6, 1911, the youngest son of Nellie Clyde and Jack Reagan. He attended Dixon High School.

Reagan also opposed measures soon to appear in the Mundt-Nixon bill of May 1948, stating:

  1. The government exists to protect us from each other. Where the government has overstepped its bounds is in its choice to protect us from ourselves.
  2. It struck me that all those who support abortion have already been born.
  3. The greatest leader is not necessarily the one who does the greatest things. He is the one who makes people do the greatest things.
  4. Freedom is always one generation away from extinction. We don’t pass it on to our children in our blood. This must be fought for, protected and passed on so that they do the same, or one day we will spend our final years telling our children and grandchildren what it was like in the United States, where people were free.
  5. If we ever forget that we are one people under God, we will become a submerged people.
  6. The covers of the Bible have the answers to all the problems that people face.
  7. There is no limit to the amount of good you can do if you don’t care who gets the credit.
  8. As government expands, freedom shrinks.
  9. Christmas can be celebrated in the classroom with Christmas trees, garlands and reindeer, but the person whose birthday is being celebrated is not mentioned. I wonder how the teacher will react if the student asks why the holiday is called Christmas?
  10. I have ordered to be woken up at any time during the state of emergency, even if I am in a cabinet meeting.
  11. Trust me, but look… Ronald Reagan.
  12. You and I do not know and do not believe that life is so precious and peace so sweet that it is bought with chains and slavery.
  13. There are advantages to being elected president. The day after my election, my school grades were graded.
  14. First of all, we must recognize that no arsenal or weapon in the arsenals of our world is more formidable than the will and courage of free men and women. This is a weapon our opponents don’t have in today’s world.
  15. We are told more and more that we have to choose between left and right. There is only one way up or down: towards the eternal human dream, the pinnacle of individual freedom in harmony with law and order, or towards the anthill of totalitarianism. And regardless of their sincerity, their humanitarian motives, those who traded our freedom for security were in this race to the bottom.
  16. The problem is not that people are not getting taxes, the problem is that the government is spending too much.
  17. The best minds are not in government.
  18. I’m not happy with those Republicans who ran to the press after the last election and said, “We have to broaden the base of our party,” even if they wanted to further blur the differences between us and our opponents.
  19. I love you so much that I don’t care that life has made me wait so long to find you. The wait only made the discovery all the sweeter.
  20. What top politicians haven’t understood about Ronald Reagan is that he ran for a reason, not money or fame (he already had both). He ran to change country. Even more upsetting to the pro class, that he worked hard to smooth the edges of his running mates, Reagan wanted to be who he was.
  21. We cannot diminish the value of one category of human life, the unborn child, without diminishing the value of human life as a whole.
  22. There is no humanity or love in the destruction of autonomy, dignity and self-respect.
  23. Why should we subsidize intellectual curiosity?
  24. When we are free to dare, and we are free, when we are free to give, and we are free, then we are free to create the future and have everything we dream of for the future at hand.
  25. The legislator accused me of having a nineteenth-century attitude towards law and order. This is a completely false accusation. I have an attitude towards the eighteenth century. At the time, the Founding Fathers made it clear that the safety of law-abiding citizens should be a top concern of government.
  1. How do you call yourself a communist? Well, he’s the guy who reads Marx and Lenin. And how to distinguish an anticommunist? He is someone who understands Marx and Lenin.
  2. Live simply, love generously, care, speak kindly, leave the rest to God.
  3. Republicans think that every day is the 4th of July, while Democrats think that every day is April 15.
  4. Sometimes when I meet an atheist, I am tempted to invite him to the most exquisite dinner ever served, and when we are done with this magnificent dinner, I ask him if he thinks he is a chef.
  5. You can tell a lot about a partner’s temperament by the way they eat candy.
  6. We don’t owe a trillion dollars because we don’t collect enough taxes, we owe a trillion dollars because we spend too much.
  7. We must reject the idea that every time a law is broken, it is more the company’s fault than the author’s. It’s time to restore the American principle that everyone is responsible for their own actions.
  8. I know deep down that people are good, that justice always wins, and that there is purpose and value in every life.
  9. I heard that hard work never killed anyone, but I say, why take the risk?
  10. Heroes don’t have to be braver than everyone else. You are just 5 minutes bolder.
  11. I don’t remember that ever happening.
  12. Some people spend their entire lives wondering if they have made a difference. The Marines don’t have this problem.
  13. The government is like the digestive tube of a child: on the one hand, a good appetite and, on the other, lack of responsibility.
  14. Wherever you come from, whatever your station in life, there should be no limits to your ability to reach for the stars and go as far as your divine talents allow. Trust people who believe that every person is capable of greatness and self-determination. . . Only when people are free to worship, create and build, when they have a vested interest in determining their own destiny and profiting from it at their own risk, only then will societies become dynamic, prosperous, progressive and free.
  15. If we want to preserve freedom, democracy and human rights throughout the centuries, free men and women must take responsibility for their freedoms.
  16. Raising taxes does not eliminate deficits, it increases wealth. Costs.
  17. If at any time the Lord calls me home, I will leave with the greatest love for this country of ours and unquenchable optimism for its future.
  18. We believe that there is a parallel between federal intervention in education and the drop in income in recent years.
  19. Great things can be accomplished regardless of who receives this honor.
  20. Radio was the theater of the mind.
  21. … It is not easy to end the conflict, it is not enough to end it and return home. The price of this world could be a thousand years of darkness for a generation born in Vietnam.
  22. Freedom is always one generation away from extinction. we have not passed it on to our children in our blood. it must be fought for, protected and passed on to get them to do the same, or one day we will spend our final years telling our boys and girls what it was once like in America where people were free.
  23. People were fed up with useless government programs and social workers and angry with the constant spiral of government taxes and regulations, bureaucrats and arrogant bureaucrats who thought that all the problems of humanity could be solved with their own hands and wasted taxpayers’ money.
  24. Long-term morale is in line with strategy.
  25. I’m a sticky rubber ball dropping bombs on Russia! Ride a horse…
  1. The status quo, you know, is Latin for “the mess we’re in.”
  2. Some people spend their whole lives wondering if they have changed the world. But the Marines don’t have that problem.
  3. We will always remember. We will always be proud. We will always be ready, so we will always be free.
  4. The state is not the solution to our problem, the state is the problem.
  5. Politics is considered the second oldest profession. I learned that it bears a striking resemblance to the first.
  6. The future does not belong to the spirits of light. It belongs to the brave.
  7. Socialists ignore that side of man, which is the spirit. They can shelter you, fill your stomach with bacon and beans, heal you when you’re sick, all guaranteed to a prisoner or a slave. They do not understand that we also dream.
  8. Our natural and inalienable rights are now considered a release from government, and freedom has never been so fragile, so close to escaping us, as it is now.
  9. America is too big for small dreams.
  10. If you can’t make her see the light, make her feel the heat.
  11. We do not establish any religion in this country, we do not impose worship, we do not impose faith. We never will. Church and state are and must remain separate.
  12. I believe that the heart and soul of conservatism is libertarianism.
  13. For the average American, the message is clear. Liberalism is no longer the solution. This is a problem.
  14. Trees, how many should we see?
  15. Politics is said to be the second oldest profession. I noticed that it is very similar to the first one.
  16. re, and how important it is to remind people that love letters can be handwritten letters. In this age of speedy phone calls, faxes, and emails, it’s all too easy to find no time to write letters. It’s a real shame for historians and for the rest of us.
  17. What would this country be without our great country?
  18. Perhaps you and I have lived too long with this miracle to be truly grateful. Freedom is a fragile thing and from its disappearance there is no more than a generation left. It does not belong to us by inheritance, it must be constantly fought and defended by each generation, since it belongs to the people only once. Those who have known freedom and then lost have never known it again.
  19. I couldn’t help but say to Mr. Gorbachev, just think how easy your role and mine could be in these encounters that we would have if this world was suddenly threatened by another planet. We would know once and for all that we really are all the people here on this earth together.
  20. I know this topic is very controversial. But until the unborn child is proven not to be human, can we justify the unproven hypothesis that he is not? In fact, no one has yet presented such evidence, all the evidence speaks against it. We need to get past the bitterness and guilt, and if Americans could come together in a spirit of mutual understanding and support, then we could find positive solutions to the tragedy of abortion.
  21. We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.
  22. The Poles have a say in the form of government. Want. As part of the Yalta Pact, the Soviets agreed that they and others could do it. The Soviets did not keep this promise.
  23. The press is doing everything they can to portray me as trying to destroy the New Deal. I remind you that for F.D.R. 4 times. I am trying to destroy the Great Society. This is L.B.J’s war on poverty that has led to our current mess.
  24. I love you more than I am complete without you. You are life itself to me When you leave, I hope you come back so I can start living again.
  25. There can be no regret for the fundamental dignity of the human person!