I find it highly amusing that the few quaint liberals remaining in the United States are suffering acute dyspepsia over Ronald Reagan's $2-million fee from a Japanese corporation.
I believe that either liberals are revealing the socialist underpinnings of their ossified philosophy, or they are just straight out envious and covetous (please see: Ten Commendments).
How much compensation Reagan, or Lee Iacocca or the San Diego Chicken pull down is really none of the business of our currently frustrated social engineering cadre. We are not only worth what someone will pay for our services, but required morally to seek that sum for our well-being.
DAVID CARL KOLPACOFF