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Saturday, May 19, 2012

George W. Bush Returns

By: Carl Wicklander

Of the greatest verities of American politics is former president George W. Bush's gift for obliviousness.

In a speech given at the recently-unveiled Bush Institute at Southern Methodist University and adapted into a Wall Street Journal editorial, the former president affirmed several hallmarks of his administration's foreign policy.

But rather than accepting any responsibility for the failures, particularly in Iraq, which his policies instigated, Bush is hoping to repackage his accomplishments for posterity and above all, hoping that future generations will forget what he actually did while in office.

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