Skip to comments.Bush's legacy likely to last generations
Posted on 01/16/2005 11:01:22 AM PST by advance_copy
Washington -- Four more years of President Bush in the White House is a prospect that instills hope in some and fright in others.
Yet Bush's influence is likely to extend well beyond January 2009, when his second term officially ends.
From reshaping the Supreme Court and American foreign policy to transforming Social Security, the tax code and environmental laws, Bush has an opportunity to put his imprint on policies for generations to come.
(Excerpt) Read more at sfgate.com ...
The Good News just does not cease!
They missed the chance to mention his transformation of space policy. If his vision catches hold it may prove to be the most prominent and enduring feature of his "legacy."
I betchya there's some screaming going on at the Klintoon house right about now.
GWB-the gift that keeps on giving!!!
"He has the opportunity to move the economy away from the idea of an entitlement society, which we had during (presidents) Roosevelt and Johnson ... toward a genuine shareholder society," Moore said, bringing "the Reagan revolution to its fruition."
Good golly, I sure hope so! I've been waiting twenty years for an opportunity like this. Just let me know what I can do to help, Mr. President...Besides voting even more socialists out of office, of course! :)
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