Ronald Reagan was called "The Great Communicator." His response to this title was "... it's because I communicated great things." And nobody did it so well.
This is why speeches he gave as far back as 45 years ago his ideas are still applicable today. If Obama and Reagan debated I don't think Reagan would say much different. It is the principles that matter. It is the principles and the ideas that made this country great and if we don't pass these principles on to our children, personal, individual freedom will be driven off the face of this earth.
One last point I must make. There are no new arguments. The agents of "change and hope" have played by the same playbook since the beginning of time. Universal healthcare, education, unions, so called "positive government rights." These are ideas that go back at least to the French Revolution.
There will always be a small group of people who will try to dominate the majority in the name of the "common good," security and peace. They think they are smarter than we are. They think everything should be micromanaged and controlled to create a "new man." A "better world." They may be called Pharisees, Kings, Emperors, King-men, Nazi's, Communists, Democrats, Homeowner Associations, etc. But their institutions eventually crumble to ash. Why? In my opinion it is because these institutions supplant our God-given moral agency for the servitude to the loud and obnoxious few.
-Think men, think.