Bill Quick has a post up at Daily Pundit about the fall of the Lebanese government, and what it will mean in the larger scheme of things. (He's quite optimistic.) He also tosses in a link to a site that discusses the collapse of the Warsaw Pact (and the democratization of Eastern Europe) without mentioning Ronald Reagan, without whom it would not have occurred for decades, if ever. Toss in an active comments thread, with several very insightful comments from Steven Den Beste and Lastango, and you have the ingredients for a must-read post. RTWT.
posted on February 28, 2005 06:57 PM
In 100 years , when historians can look back on Reagan's Reign without the cloud of sentimentality that now exists, it will be noted that his standing is less than that of Warren G. Harding.