You're down to his marriage with Jane Wyman.<quoted text>
Sorry, Buck, I am not going to take that seriously. He was intelligent enough to write, but his ambitions compelled him to write what his sponsors wanted to hear. I'm sure he had some input regarding that.
You know Jane Wyman was Republican and he was Democrat, and his political thinking at the time was a primary reason for their divorce?
"Originally a member of the Democratic Party, his positions began shifting rightward in the 1950s, and he switched to the Republican Party in 1962."
"After being hired in 1954 to host the General Electric Theater, a TV drama series, Reagan soon began to embrace the conservative views of the sponsoring company's officials. His many GE speecheswhich he wrote himselfwere non-partisan but carried a conservative, pro-business message; he was influenced by Lemuel Boulware, a senior GE executive. Boulware, known for his tough stance against unions and his innovative strategies to win over workers, championed the core tenets of modern American conservatism: free markets, anticommunism, lower taxes, and limited government."
I'd say we have pretty much exhausted this one, then.
Oh, wait. You haven't covered Nancy's astrologer yet.
Your handlers would insist.