Show him the door
His Legacy and His Library Occupy Bush’s Thoughts. Let’s use that word “thoughts” loosely when it comes to Dear Leader. As Iraq continues its downward spiral, gas prices soar and corruption is overflowing in his administration and party, the Chimperor’s ready to kick back for the duration.
Since he’s now publicly on autopilot, why can’t he can save us all some grief and just step aside before he does any more damage to the country?
Whatever Mr. Bush decides, one thing is obvious: Two and a half years before he leaves office, with his popularity at record lows, Mr. Bush is actively thinking ahead to his post-White House life. His dinner with Mr. Shultz, a Hoover fellow, offers a glimpse into how the president wants to spend at least some of his time and influence his legacy â€” after he leaves office.
…”I would like to leave behind a legacy or a think tank, a place for people to talk about freedom and liberty, and the de Tocqueville model, what de Tocqueville saw in America,” Mr. Bush told Mr. Schieffer. “I would like for there to be a place where young scholars come and write and think and articulate and opine and teach.”
OMG. Think tank. Well, we can assume there will be plenty of bibles available in the Dear Leader library, along with a copy of The Pet Goat and the sports sections of the papers that he bothered to unfold.
H/t, Joe at Americablog.