It's hard to believe this excellent editorial on "President Me" was in the L.A. Times.
Andrew Klavan does a particularly good job analyzing the differences between Presidents Reagan and Clinton:
"I cannot remember Reagan ever 'defending his legacy' with anything more than a quip and a smile... Reagan was a man who believed in truth. Not your truth or my truth but 'the truth,' the one that is out there whether you happen to believe in it or not."
Neither of these descriptions, of course, fits the self-obssessed President Clinton.
As the saying goes, read the whole thing. :)