WASHINGTON—In what government officials are calling a stirring testament to the leadership and foresight of late U.S. president Ronald Reagan, nearly $20 trillion in low denomination bills were discovered this week buried in the White House Rose Garden.
Sealed in hundreds of old mason jars, crumpled shoe boxes, socks, metal tins, and oven mitts, the financial windfall is believed to have been stashed away by Regan, then 76, during his second term.
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I'm old enough to recall how BAD Regan got bashed while in office and even after he was out of office. Then he up and dies and suddenly his policies were SO good for our country. NOT!! Did we all forget how clueless he looked on TV? He made the last Bush look smart. And Nancy? How do you trust anyone who regularly went to and believed psychics?
Answer by vbruno at 1:05 AM on Sep. 23, 2009
I LOVED PRESIDENT REAGAN and I think he was the BEST president we had in the 20th century!
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