Repub­li­can Carter

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor -

You end your April 21 edi­to­rial ti­tled “The pres­i­dent war ms to war ming” (page 36) with this state­ment: “The Bush ini­tia­tive doesn’t fit well in the fi­nal month of a [my em­pha­sis] White House ad­min­is­tra­tion seek­ing to so­lid­ify its legacy.” Say what? Pres­i­dent Bush and his fa­ther, as fine as they are as gen­tle­men, have done more to de­con­struct the con­ser­va­tive move­ment and be­tray the Rea­gan legacy than the Democrats and le­gions of lib­eral sharp­shoot­ers. Con­ser­va­tive he is not and his legacy will be writ­ten that way. How fit­ting that your edi­to­rial on him should ap­pear op­po­site one ti­tled “Jimmy Car ter and Ha­mas.” Both ed­i­tor ials demon­strate just how de­tached th­ese men are and how poor they've been as lead­ers.

con­ser­va­tive

Frank Madarasz Madi­son, Alabama

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