My deepest apologies, Mr Reagan

Saturday, 6 March 2004

For a change, CM’s sobriety coincided with a lack of incarceration when he called me last night. I made what I thought was a witty remark about how George2 was miles away from Reagan. Basically bankrupting America to burn the USSR down. Fiscal violence against the commies and darkies and non-Protestants; instead of the retro tack we’re on now: real violence.

No one will admit more readily than I that I was wrong. I was wrong.

Aside from some of the things you may have seen on the news, something about Iran, no it was it Iraq, oh, who has time to keep informed! Some terror types getting ready to launch… dinghies, right? That’s what Syria uses anyway—ready to destroy America any moment and so on and so forth. Aside from that news, here’s some more from our friends at The Cato Half-Way House (“On Spending, Bush Is No Reagan,” by Veronique de Rugy and Tad DeHaven, Tax and Budget Bulletin No. 16, August 2003).

Reagan vs Bush

George2 is not just a president whose foreign policy is written in angry crayon, he’s also helping the great white G to outspend Reagan like there was no tomorrow.

Say, there is still a tomorrow scheduled, right?

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