You don’t have to agree with everything he says to enjoy the speech. His idealization of the reagan admin especially is a bit simplistic given that GHWBush pretty much took over US foreign policy (and presumably domestic intelligence policy) after the son of a bush family friend (John Hinckley) nearly killed reagan soon after his inauguration. The question of whether he was somehow mind-manipulated during his hospital stay cannot be automatically dismissed. He was certainly drugged. He is reported to have frequently dozed off during cabinet meetings. Bush’s policies in latin america during the 80’s were certainly worthy of the son of a money launderer for the nazi military industrial complex in WWII. (see http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2015/11/pdf-war-is-a-racket-by-gen-smedley-butler/ http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/06/border-crisis-the-crocodile-tears-of-the-empire/ https://vimeo.com/37400113 and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOlMo9dAATw ) Reagan was surrounded by neocons like cheney and rumsfeld who have long been working with the same interests as bush. It might be accurate to say that we never really had a reagan administration except from a PR perspective.