KIESTER, Minn. -- President Reagan's recent references to 'his kiester' have upset Congressman Tim Penny, D-Minn., and some constitutents in his 1st District.
Reagan mentioned 'being fed up to his kiester' when describing his frustrations over the actions of the U.S. banking industry.
Penny is a native of Kiester, and many of his friends have urged him to let the president know about the small farming community in southern Minnesota.
So Penny sent a letter to the president, telling Reagan that Kiester is 'more than a way to describe one's anatomy.'
Penny said he enclosed a Minnesota map with the letter and circled Kiester's location at the 'bottom' of Minnesota for future presidential reference.
The White House has informed Penny his letter will be brought to the personal attention of the president.