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Bush's Legacy Project

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  1. Holy Diver

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    Stephen Hayes: Bush Administration Working on a Legacy Project | Video Cafe


    Where do I begin?


    [T]here’s an ongoing Bush legacy project that’s been meeting in the White House, really, with senior advisers, Karl Rove, Karen Hughes has been involved, current senior Bush administration advisers and they are looking at how to sort of roll out the President’s legacy.

    If History will eventually judge him, whats the need for a 'Legacy Project'?

    Is the term "Legacy Project" actually an oxymoron? One should not have to create a legacy.

    Why isn't the administration working on all of the fukcing PROBLEMS our nation is currently facing?
     
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    I think it means that at Yale, Bush was a "legacy", like Flounder in Animal House.
     
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    Don't worry, in 10-15 years it'll be right down the memory hole and Republicans will be pushing for Bridges and Airports to be named after him.
     
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    He'll be on Hollywood Squares all drunk. "Where's Charlie Wea (hic!), Weaver?"
     
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    wasn't there a horror movie called "The Legacy?"
     
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    After letting this story sink in a bit, I'm still laughing...

    Combine three parts unrivalled arrogance with two parts championship stupidity, and whallah!!! .... the Bush Legacy Project...
     
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    "Whallah"? I hate it when people butcher the Freedom* language.

    * Formerly known as "French"
     
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    But seriously folks...

    Bush attempting a "legacy" project is the silliest thing I've heard in a long time. He's already got a legacy. He took a country 5 trillion dollars in debt, and put it at 10 trillion in debt, with an additional 7 trillion in the pipeline. He's presided over the worst economic fustercluck since the Great Depression. He's mired us in an unpopular war on false pretenses, and reduced our prestige abroad to approximately the fair market value of our bond rating.

    We'll be living with his legacy for decades to come. Why gild the lily?
     
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    Not to mention how he single-handedly changed the pronunciation of "nuclear".
     
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    George Bush's legacy is Barack Obama.




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