Riiiiight. Because Dubya’s pathological support for Amnesty - “See you at the bill signing” - or his big government nonsense in terms of of No Child Left Behind, Campaign Finance Reform, Medicare Part D etc etc was some made up fantasy by the liberal media (sarcasm off).
Bush simply said it was a complex problem involving border control, what to do with the illegals already in the country and the demands of industry for those willing to work. With what of that do you disagree. He never got around to a detailed solution. What would yours be?
or his big government nonsense in terms of of No Child Left Behind,
What he did there was add teeth to the existing bill. The existing bill said that if a school was failing for three years in a row they were on probation. If they failed for another two years in a row they would ..... ? Bush added that they would lose Federal funding until they were no longer failing. The Democrats hated that and delayed things until Bush was gone to change it. What was wrong about what Bush did?
Campaign Finance Reform,
I agree that he should have vetoed it but he thought the Supreme Court would find it unconstitutional. They surprisingly did not.
Medicare Part D
Surprisingly to most people, the first year Medicare part D was passed it saved Medicare $90,000,000,000 because he introduced free enterprise into the system and Wal*Mart and other large chain stores starting offering Medicare patients their drugs for $4.00 per prescription if they would accept generics on some of them. What is your complaint about that?