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Saturday, September 01, 2007

Rove on Dubya on Rove's last day at the White House

It's too soon to be discussing Dubya's long-term legacy, but nevertheless, I pretty much agree with this from yesterday morning. (H/t Hugh Hewitt.)

Posted by Beldar at 12:02 PM in Current Affairs, Global War on Terror, Politics (2007) | Permalink


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(1) nk made the following comment | Sep 1, 2007 3:25:04 PM | Permalink

"Pretty much" says it. I wish he had worked hard for a Right To Life Amendment but then I never got that pony I wanted for Christmas either. I disagree with him bitterly over our southern border but nobody ever voted me President. I do resent the formation of the Department of Homeland Security and the "War Czar". Those came out of the blue. We don't need more federal fiefdoms. He kept his promises on Supreme Court justices. He is a decent and honorable man who loves America and is doing what he thinks is best for her.

(2) DRJ made the following comment | Sep 1, 2007 5:40:03 PM | Permalink

This love note from Rove strikes me as over-the-top.

For the sake of our country, I hope Bush 43 will be seen as a strong leader propelling America to defend western civilization against terrorism. (I hope it more for civilization's sake than the sake of Bush's legacy, but I hope it nonetheless.) But that largely depends on what the next President does - continues the fight or retreats and retrenches. If the latter, Bush 43 will be seen as the leader who bit off more than he could chew.

(3) Milhouse made the following comment | Sep 2, 2007 6:27:24 PM | Permalink

Long after the war against the Islamists has been won, and Osama bin Laden shares the textbooks with Pancho Villa, we'll be stuck with Medicare Part D, "No Child Left Behind", and the Dept of Homeland Security. The fact that in all three cases he basically let the Democrats write the bill for him won't stand him in any good stead. His having slung the "racist" tag at those who opposed his immigration bill won't help either.

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