* If Pete Wilson had gotten his way, Ronald Reagan would have never been in the White House. When Reagan ran for president, Wilson traveled to New Hampshire during the primary election to campaign against his home state governor. Spending days in the state bashing Reagan, Wilson informed GOP voters that Reagan had been a mediocre governor, was too extreme to get elected president and would lead the GOP to disaster. ...
I was just going through YouTube and found that despite Wilson's backstabbing, Reagan supported Wilson's campaign against Jerry Brown for the 1982 Senate race.
Too bad I wasn't old enough to vote against Pete Wilson in the primary like I did in subsequent years. ;-)
Anyway, here's the clip...
Reagan Supports Wilson for California US Senator in 1982
It's funny seeing Jerry Brown's "Not Jerry Brown!" commercial again.
LOL. Youtube has a sense of humor (it ultimately worked, but this was the message I got—twice)
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(Schwarzenegger and McCain are trying to castrate the elephant)
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