Nancy Reagan: She Sees Dead Presidents

Happy Days Ahead!  Photo Courtesy Ronald Reagan Library

Nancy Reagan speaks to Vanity Fair‘s beloved Reagan conduit Bob Colacello, and we learn she communes with the deceased former chief executive.

I see Ronnie. At nighttime, if I wake up, I think Ronnie’s there, and I start to talk to him. It’s not important what I say. But the fact is, I do think he’s there. And I see him.

But these apparitions are apparently but a foretaste of the glorious communion to come, when Nancy and Ronnie are somehow reunited in death.

‘Cause Billy Graham told her it was so!

I said to him, ‘Just tell me if I’m going to be with Ronnie again. Just tell me that and I’ll be O.K.’ He said, ‘You are.’ And I said, ‘O.K.

No word on if the aged evangelist’s thinks Nixon or the Jews will be coming along.

To A Higher, Better Place   hosl03_reagan

Korea: Legends Of The Fall

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Gone but not forgotten, former Korean President Roh Moo-hyun’s self-defenestration has already been reduced to trivia in America, withmembers of  MSNBC’s online beloved community invited to sort out his death details, multiple choice style!

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6. In South Korea, meanwhile, the nation was shocked when a former president, Roh Moo-hyun, disgraced in a corruption scandal, committed suicide. How did he end his life?

By throwing himself off a cliff in the mountains near his home
By shooting himself at his party’s headquarters
By asphyxiating himself in his car
By hanging himself