Uh huh. But don't forget, sometimes worse is better.
Sometimes the right tool for the job is not the best tool for the job, because of other factors, such as economics. If what I really need is a left-handed weenut wrangler, but I left that back in the shop (two hours' drive away), I might be forgiven for trying to make do with needle-nose pliers.
Similarly, if my expertise is heavily weighted toward Perl, and I'm surrounded by Java-heads, I might want to think twice about using Lisp for any job, even if it seems the ideal tool for it.
See also Worse Is Better