June 6, 2004

I always thought that the news of Ronald Reagan’s death, when it finally came, would fill me with a joy and elation thitherto unmatched in my life.

And I’m certainly happy that such a force for evil has departed this world. But I’m not dancing around my apartment in the total ecstasy I expected.

My muted response baffled me until I realized it was because the conglomerate of evil we have running the country now is even worse.

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6 Responses to I always thought that the

  1. tim says:

    Stand up and unite… Fight the evil.

  2. Sam B. Laden says:

    I would like to comment that I like your blog.

  3. tim says:

    After watching the Tonys tonight, Mike (my Mike) and I concluded that it is only a matter of years until we see you on that stage accepting an award.

  4. Not an M.D. says:

    You’re so right! The horrors of Reagan in 1984 almost seem tame compared to Bush in 2004.

  5. Peg says:

    I feel the same way. I didn’t feel sad but I did not feel as happy as I thought I would.

  6. Wayne says:

    Exactly. No Bush.


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