I thought the Secret Service would protect me from the press, but they were at my house to protect me from assassins with guns, not with assassins with pencils.— Michael Reagan
The most bashful Michael Reagan quotes that will be huge advantage for your personal development
You know my father as governor, as president, but I knew him as dad.
I was so proud to have the Reagan name and to be Ronald Reagan's son.
My father, Ronald Reagan, held the presidency in such honor and reverence that he was never in the Oval Office without a coat and tie. Bill Clinton has such disrespect for the presidency that he was often in the Oval Office without his pants. Behold the leader of 'the most ethical administration in history'.
You just watch somebody you love slowly, slowly disappear and go away.
Dad sometimes patted me on the knee and called me his Little Schmuck.
Dad was the only adult male I ever trusted.
It's hard to learn about your parents' courtship.
It was my sister Maureen who was responsible for my becoming a Reagan.
The odds against an adoptee ending up as the child of the President of the United States are staggering. But then, so are the odds against a movie star becoming president
My adoption was treated as a celebration.
Because of my father, we are that Shining City on a Hill.
I'm getting a little tired of everybody quoting Ronald Reagan.
Senator Arlen Specter hasn't really switched parties;
he's simply realized he cannot win the Pennsylvania Republican primary election.
I wonder if these people today would think Reagan was a Reagan conservative.
I didn't know if I was heterosexual or homosexual.
I think he would have been proud and smiling.
.. when we laid him to rest because his family was together. I think that was a great gift to be able to give Dad at the end.
Everyone seemed to want a piece of Ronald Reagan. It was maddening.
If you believe, so will they.
Being sent away to school was no different from my biological mother giving me away.
I constantly looked for motherly protection.
I knew if I waited long enough, the Republican Party would rock.
I started to build barriers between myself and others to protect myself.
People think I should be a success, but I'm afraid of it.
I had never said, 'dad, I love you'.
Everyone thought I had everything. I had nothing.
I've been living a lie all my life.
Hollywood was never great for children.
I didn't feel I belonged in so perfect a family.
With the blessings of liberty, we have responsibilities to defend it.