Ronald Reagan has died at age 93. FOXNews' Jim Angle has this to say:
One of the most beloved presidents of this century, an amazing and fascinating president and very controversial . . . Ending the Cold War was his greatest legacy, but certainly not his only legacy . . . remembered fondly by not only Republicans, but by all Americans . . . This was a guy who stood his ground when everyone around him was saying "You are going too far," and eventually it paid off.
"I don't think I'm going to enjoy the 'Reagan Love Fest' after all," writes our i-mail correspondent:
It diminishes his impact, and puts him right up there with Princess Diana.
'Nuff said for now, except for something Neil Cavuto said earlier today:
He was a man for whom the glass was always half full.
We lift our glass -- half full -- to honor this great leader's passing.
Update: Drudge honors our beloved Ronnie by clearing the slate. Only two headlines (to the same story):
"When the Lord calls me home ... I will leave with the greatest love for this country of ours and eternal optimism for its future," he wrote on Nov. 5, 1994. "I know that for America there will always be a bright dawn ahead."
And now this on FOXNews:
"Ronald Reagan was the world's most brilliant editor I've ever seen," says former Reagan speechwriter Tony Snow. "All those pay-off lines were shaped by Ronald Reagan."