I'm not that worried about them right now because they are happy people. I want to live out principles that became a part of my life in my 40s, 50s, and 60s. Since leaving office, President Bush, 64, has virtually disappeared from public view, refusing to criticize his successor or weigh in on political events , including the rise of the Tea Party movement. This is the group who opined that transforming America's defenses would require a "new Pearl Harbor" to justify those increased expenditures to the public. To impose this new strategy, Bush sought new leadership both in Iraq and at the Pentagon, sounding out Gates as a replacement for Rumsfeld.
George W Bush's legacy: The global village idiot
But realistically speaking, I don't see a lot of the people who write history all of a sudden changing their mind about George W. He campaigned on fear of terrorists and gays in '04 and won with moderates, evangelicals ,  and neo-cons. At least Atwater knew where he wanted to be -- in the gutter. Look, I try to live a faith-filled life. The paper quoted its executive editor, Joe Lelyveld, as responding to Bush spokeswoman Karen Hughes's charge that Clymer's coverage has been "very unfair":.
I didn't expect him to. And given his support of terror and his sworn hatred of America, there was no way to know where those weapons would end up. And he has lifted them up. The commissioners didn't want to provide the nation a divided opinion. However, there is nothing clever about the propaganda perpetrated by the political leaders and the deep state who pulls their strings. Though Bush had suggested before the war that the presence of Zarqawi and a few al-Qaeda operatives was a key justification for invading Iraq, he acknowledges in his memoir that it was only after the invasion that al-Qaeda began focusing on Iraq.
The New York Times, not surprisingly, deemed the "obscenity" unfit to print in the 14th paragraph of its campaign report. I didn't fake it, and I didn't try to be something I wasn't. But I meant it when I said she was the greatest first lady ever. The more occult hidden , the more dangerous! It was not very convincing.