Election time is upon us again and debates about political issues are raging all around us. While doing some research on a political topic this morning, I came across an older article in which the author asked what Bush's legacy was going to be. Most discussion about legacies occurs shortly before or after a president leaves the White House. However, it makes sense to discuss the subject after several years have passed. The benefit of time is that it can lend us a different perspective, often making us more objective or even change our opinions.
What are your thoughts about Bush's presidency as you look back on it four years later? Has your opinion of any of his deeds or policies in office changed, either for the better or worse? In the end, what do you feel is Bush's legacy?
NOTE: This article is about former President BUSH. Obama was not POTUS during Bush's term and therefore his policies had no bearing upon the legacy of Bush's presidency. Please stick to the topic of Bush's legacy.