Bush in the Economist

Last week’s economist has a ferocious review of the Bush years.

HE LEAVES the White House as one of the least popular and most divisive presidents in American history. At home, his approval rating has been stuck in the 20s for months; abroad, George Bush has presided over the most catastrophic collapse in America’s reputation since the second world war. The American economy is in deep recession, brought on by a crisis that forced Mr Bush to preside over huge and unpopular bail-outs.

Well worth the read. Keep it around in case you ever start to think maybe he wasn’t so bad…

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One thought on “Bush in the Economist”

  1. Wonderfully sobering words to remember our generation’s travesty of leadership. Anytime you hear the words “Why vote? These politicians are all the same” you can reply confident in the knowledge that indeed they are not.

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