Cloying and reverent in a syrurpy and sickening way, this look back at Reagan describes him in a completely fictitious way. The first great Conservative puppet, Reagan was an intellectual lightweight with no authentic ability to govern other than to follow along with those in the backround pulling the strings. Anti-labor, anti-worker and idiotically out of touch with his own foreign policy apparatus, Reagan was merely a cipher, an actor by trade, playing the role of President, while the country he led slipped into a decades long decline for all but the richest of the rich. Noonan, long a Reagan sycophant, yearns for those good old days of Iran/Contra, dead marines in Lebanon, Star Wars and Nancy's astrologers. Enough. Reagan at 100? America revisits the shame he brought upon the country.