The Enemy of My Enemy or, How I Learned to Quit Worrying and Love the Gipper
Byron York notes, tongue in cheek, that Salon is finally out of the closet: they do love Reagan, after all.
The online magazine Salon displays a heretofore unseen reverence for conservative ideals and the Reagan legacy:
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In this new expose, conservative economist Bruce Bartlett depicts a White House obsessed with secrecy and terrified of upsetting the boss with bad news.
Fired from a think tank for diverging from the party line, Bartlett writes that "Bush is more like Richard Nixon -- a man who used the right to pursue his agenda, but was never really part of it. In short, he is an impostor..."
Written by a self-described Reaganite, Impostor makes the case that Bush is an "unprincipled opportunist" who "creates a cult of personality."
I don't find much Reagan-lovin' in there, but I do see a whole, fat, happy lot of Bush bashin'.