RONALD WILSON REAGAN I was a big fan of Carter and his gay, eco-friendly policies but along came Ronald Reagan. To quote "Back To The Future": "No wonder Reagan will be President- in a world full of [media], he is a natural choice." Reagan's biggest accomplishment was starting a cold arms race- as my old boss used to say "let's see who runs out of money first". Reagan brought us to the very edge of nuclear annihilation knowing neither side would push the button... he knew that in the process he would bankrupt Russia and win by default- and he won; we won. Reagan overlooked a lot of important things in the process- A LOT. Reagan set us back a lot by ending the Cold War. The wind turbines that have suddenly become fashionable were at the ready 30 years ago, so were solar panels. But we ignored them because we all felt the Cold War was coming to a head. Reagan had the might to keep OPEC in line, which he did rather well. "Speak softly and carry a big stick" T.R. used to say and Reagan did- he had no problem talking the tough talk- imagine the balls it took to say "Mr. Gorbachev- tear down these walls!" History has a mostly positive look at Reagan's legacy. And although I don't want to see Reagan's face on any currency (for the next 100 years at least), he was the right man for the right job at the right time: he got the job done. I would like to know how you folks feel about Reagan. Past the pomp and circumstance and past the political divide- what you feel about his tenure as our Commander In Chief.