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A US History class of mine has portraits of the Presidents on the wall, with witty/ironic nicknames for each one.

ITT: We come up with a better nickname for Ronald Reagan
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Ronnie the Retard
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>>2538839
What was the nickname?
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the home creator
((prison population, anyone who gets it?))
the libertarian statist
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>>2538839
Ronald "The Rat" Reagan
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>>2538860
Currently it's "Contra-versy", referring to his obsessive support of the Nicaraguan Contras.
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>>2538839
Trickle Down Reaganomics
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Roggin the Noggin

This would be more fun with Nixon.
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>>2538936
Nixon's nickname is "The Waterboy"
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>>2538940
I was more speaking of dick jokes.
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>>2538940
The general theme with most of the nicknames is an underlying joke or reference that you won't get unless you actually know the President.
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>>2538839
Autismo Ron
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>>2539486
Oh very good, you're quite creative anon, aren't you?
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>>2539486
lol
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The Limp Gipp.
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>>2538846
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