Bite your tongue!<quoted text>
Actually, we do.
Try not to forget it's you morally bankrupt repugs who have supported vicious tyrannies in Central and South America so long as they're right wing.
Because anything is justified in your crusade against communism. Murder, rape, torture, etc.
War crimes and democide were committed by anti-communist forces. History proved Reagan was right. Today, communism in the region of Central and South America is largely defeated and an oasis of freedom and democracy in a world full of tyranny.
During the Reagan administration, no more nations fell into the clutches of the Soviet bear. Capitalism and democracy advanced around the world.
On Reagan's watch, dictatorships collapsed in Chile, Haiti, and Panama. Nine other countries moved toward democracy: Bolivia (1982), Honduras (1982), Argentina (1983), Grenada (1983), El Salvador (1984), Uruguay (1984), Brazil (1985), Guatemala (1985) and the Philippines (1986). Fewer than one-third of the countries in Latin America were democratic in 1981; more than 90 percent of the region was democratic by 1989. In Nicaragua, shortly after Reagan's second term ended, free elections were held and the Sandinista government was ousted from power.