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Bush To Go Down As A Bad US President


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From Gallup Polls

  • 59% say Bush will be remembered as "below average" or "poor"
  • 23% of Americans predict he will be remembered as "average"
  • 17% of Americans believe George W. Bush will go down in history as an outstanding or above-average president

» Commentary by Kris Lazaro (registered Democrat)

As George W. Bush's presidency comes to a conclusion, we now reflect and predict what kind of president he truly was. In a recent Gallup Poll study, a whopping 59% believe he will be remembered as below average or poor.

Bush's decisions and actions over the last 8 years has brought this country most turmoil and trouble. Not surprisingly, the American public views his presidency as mostly negative.

History says that after 'bad' presidents, the US usually bounces back with 'good' presidents. In this current scenario, we can only hope that president-elect Barack Obama will be the complete opposite of George W. Bush and actually do good for this country.

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