For Edward F. Senesi (Letters, Jan. 14), who rejoices in the "healthy respect for ourselves and our country that President Reagan has brought to our nation," I submit a random and abridged list for him to arrange in the order in which they have most rekindled his pride:
--Hundreds of thousands of homeless.
--One family in five below the poverty level.
--The least concern for the very young and the very old in the Western world.
--Corporate takeovers so that a few can make big bucks and thousands are out of work (real work, not part-time, frying hamburgers at $3.35 an hour).
--Invading and conquering an island half the size of Catalina.
--Thumbing our nose at the United Nations.
--Making the World Court angry at us for mining the harbor of a nation with which we were not at war.