Reagan’s blood being auctioned off, now at $15,000




It’s for sale!

On the bright side, it’s red.

The Reagan foundation is apparently very upset about Ronald Reagan’s memory being used in such a “craven” manner.

Right, because it’s not like Reagan’s memory hasn’t already been milked dry by the Republicans these past few decades, forcing us to name DC’s airport after him (it was named after George Washington, but Republicans aren’t so keen on him), among another 3,000 things around the country.

I got a chuckle out of this explanation for the sale, from the seller:

The seller claims to have contacted the Reagan National Library to see if they’d like to purchase the vial. In the auction description, he or she notes that the library asked him to donate the vial, to which he replied “that I was a real fan of Reaganomics and felt that Pres. Reagan himself would rather see me sell it rather than donating it.”


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