I'm sure "Honest John" McBush loves the Bush Legacy
Bush Failures May Force McCain, Obama to Make Like FDR in 2009
July 21 (Bloomberg) -- When George W. Bush became president in 2001,
his main goals included restoring ``honor and dignity to the White
House'' after the Monica Lewinsky scandal, raising school-test scores
and figuring out how to spend a record budget surplus.
The next White House occupant will inherit the deepest housing recession
in a generation, growing fears of bank failures, a sinking dollar, $4
gasoline and an economy bleeding jobs. He'll confront wars in Iraq and
Afghanistan, mounting tensions with Iran and the U.S.'s flagging
Historians say the economic and foreign policy crises in Bush's wake
will present either Democrat Barack Obama or Republican John McCain with
the biggest challenges to a new president since Herbert Hoover left
office during the Great Depression.