Monday, January 17, 2011
Ron Reagan Jr. smears his dad's legacy
From ABCNews -- Former President Ronald Reagan -- who diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease five years after leaving the presidency – elicited “shivers of concern” about his mental state as early as 1984, during his first term in office, according to a new book by his son, Ron Jr.
In his forthcoming memoir, “My Father at 100,” Ronald Reagan Jr. writes that he grew concerned that something was wrong with his father “beyond mellowing” in the early 1980s.
Everybody who was in the white house during the Reagan years, including all his doctors, are saying that this is absolutely not true and that Ron Jr. should be ashamed for attempting to smear his dad's legacy in order to sell some books. His publisher must have said, "Look Ron, nobody wants to read what you think about your dad. You've got to come up with something salacious and controversial to get people interested."
What a piece of crap Ron Jr. is!