Viewpoint: Overholser needs to look at facts when comparing Bush, Obama budgets
In his Feb. 3 letter to the editor Mark Overholser talks about "Kodak moments" in President Barack Obama's recent State of the Union address. Of course, the State of the Union has been political theater since it was first televised in 1947; that is the nature of television. Remember those purple-dipped fingers, waving on cue, in unison, during a George W. Bush State of the Union address? That was pure political theater. But, what about Overholser's supposed "facts"?