Much, much worse

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor -

Se­nate Ma­jor­ity Leader Harry Reid re­cently stated that Pres­i­dent Bush is the worst pres­i­dent that this na­tion has ever had. Ei­ther Sen­a­tor Reid has a me­mory lapse or he has reached the age of se­nil­ity.

As I re­call, when Jimmy Carter was in the Oval Of­fice, we had stagfla­tion, Rus­sia in­vaded Afghanistan, Iran took over the Amer­i­can Em­bassy in Tehran and held umpteen hostages, Mr. Carter al­lowed the over­throw of the Shah of Iran, gaso­line lines lasted for months and the econ­omy was in the tank.

In the midst of all this, the coun­try was in a state of malaise (his as­sess­ment), won­der­ing what lit­tle Jimmy would do next — give away the Panama Canal? Per­haps Mr. Reid should re­view his his­tory to jar his me­mory. Carl E. Jones San Jose, Cal­i­for­nia

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