Reagan's Creed

We examine conservative rock and learn why you should never throw anything away

Reagan: Someday all the peoples of the world -- from Afghanistan to Nicaragua to Poland and, yes, to Angola -- will know the blessings of liberty and live in the light of freedom.

Creed: Is this the end for us my friend/So, is this the end for us my friend, oh yeah/But as the wind rides/As the day breaks the dawn/And as the moon hides the sun/No more sorrow, oh your crying days are gone.

Reagan: I now begin the journey that will lead me into the sunset of my life. I know that for America there will always be a bright dawn ahead.

... or Creed?
... or Creed?

Creed: Only in America/We're slaves to be free/Only in America/We kill the unborn/To make ends meet/Only in America/Sexuality is democracy.

Reagan: We should rise above bitterness and reproach, and if Americans could come together in a spirit of understanding and helping, then we could find positive solutions to the tragedy of abortion.

Creed: Can you take me higher?/Can you take me higher?

Reagan: Drugs are menacing our society. They're threatening our values and undercutting our institutions. They're killing our children. -- Randall Roberts

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