It is a curious day for our Republic when the only man to have lost statewide elections in all fifty states agrees with SWNID.
Walter Mondale says that BHO's administration is a lot like Jimmy Carter's. Of course, that's not BHO's fault, per Mondale, just as it wasn't Carter's. The problems just can't be solved, darn it!
Oh, by the way, Reagan was "already losing it" in 1984.
We note that Carter's first big problem ended minutes after Reagan's inauguration, when the hostages got on planes for home.
We note that Carter's second big problem ended when the macroeconomic effects of Reagan's tax cuts were felt throughout the land.
Hence, "Morning in America," with Reagan reelected by every state except MN (yes, MA voted for four more years of the Reagan Revolution). If Reagan was "losing it," he was still marvelously more able than his political rivals, yes?
To explain our earlier note, Mondale went on to lose statewide in Minnesota's 2002 Senate election.
To those who object factually to the "every state except" remark above, we provide a brief civics lesson that constitutionally DC is not a state.
To wrap up the thread of this post, we affirm that no one should be able to recognize a failed politician quite so well as can Walter Mondale.