Ed Meese: 'Reagan Took Advantage of Being Underestimated'
Reagan was always underestimated by his friends and by his opponents. He actually believed that was an advantage. Many political opponents thought he would be an easy mark. But his overwhelming victories in the four elections he won revealed the folly of such suppositions.
So wrote Ed Meese in the Washington Examiner Thursday.
Do yourself a favor - read the entire marvelous piece (h/t Mark Levin).