Obama's Presidency Sags While Bush's Legacy Soars

Thursday, 26 Aug 2010 09:32 AM

By Andrea Tantaros

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George W. Bush has been the presidential equivalent of a punching bag. Before he left office, he was vilified for the war in the Middle East, the credit crisis and the housing crisis. Democrats ran against his persona and policies in the 2008 election and successfully painted the Republican nominee for president, Arizona Sen. John McCain, as his doppelganger.

He was radioactive, and even Republicans viewed him as such. But these days, though he's seemingly blamed for everything but bad weather by the left, Bush is making a comeback. As President Obama's approval numbers slide, people are starting to see the man they once laughed at and loathed isn't looking so bad.

Start with the economy. For all the finger-pointing backward, a Rasmussen survey released Aug. 3 shows that slightly more Americans, 48 percent of voters, now believe that Obama's policies are to blame for the dour economy than the 47 percent who fault Bush.


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