3 thoughts on “Bush Praises His ‘Multilateralism,’ Claims Historians Can’t Judge Him Objectively – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. No surprises here. Of course, I hope Obama is elected as are more Democratic Congressmen and women who won’t be timid with investigations. For the short-term – I”m more intersted how the courts judge him than historians…

  2. Bush never ceases to amaze me

    Such statements you can expect from a self anointed czar of former soviet republic Fara-way-istan or an African Jungle potentate, but an American president selected by US supreme court ? that’s hard to understand.-but it shows how deeply flawed your democratic system is
    His legacy is an isolated America. Not only has he been unable to cooperate, He has been unwilling. Clearly demonstrated as he sidestepped the Senate and installed embattled nominee John Bolton as ambassador to the United Nations
    Creative people, like composers, painters and writers are best judged in posterity. Politicians by their contemporates. Maybe Woodrow Wilson is an exception..his plan at Versailles might have prevented Hitler’s raise to power.
    What can possibly happen in the future that vindicates Bush’ lies, illegal war, torture,moral and financial bankruptcy. What can absolve him from his crimes against humanity ?

  3. Somehow, I don’t think the millenia will improve GWB’s reputation. It hasn’t worked for Nero or Elagabalus.

    Zhu Bajie

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