A great and inspired world leader
A man who accomplished much but failed to live up to his complete potential
A man who may have had good ideas but failed to accomplish much
A man with lack of ideas and accomplished very little
A complete and utter failure who drove this country to the brink of bankruptcy
What are your views of his legacy and how don't they fall within any of the options provided....please enlighten us.
"A Man you can bait with a tweet can't be trusted with nuclear weapons"
Having said all that, I will still declare GWB the worst in my book.
YouTube - 8 Years Of Bush in 8 Minutes! ~Olbermann
The historians won't be people who hate Bush because he stole an election from Al Gore. They won't be people who believe Bush lied us into a war. They won't be people who think a president is responsible for every economic downturn.
So they'll write about 50 million people liberated from tyranny in the Mid East and the spread of democracy. No terrorist attacks for 8 years after 9/11, two million people saved from death by AIDS in Africa. Our seniors no longer having to choose between food and medicine. Our students doing better in school with No Child Left Behind.
Given that he tried to change the oversight of Fannie Mae since taking office in 2001 it will be hard to pin the economic crisis on him, which the economists say is the cause of the crisis.
The historians are not likely to be particularly sympathetic to the treatment of terrorists or people having their phone lines tapped during a war.
I never said he's the only one who divided the country.In terms about dividing the country....
How about Buchanan/Lincoln?