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Thursday, March 20, 2008

Bush as Madison

Ralph Peters finds a surprising, but compelling, historical analogy:
As for President Bush, let's face it: He's been our most-inept wartime leader since James Madison fled the White House, leaving his wife behind to save what she could before the British troops arrived with torches.
That said, Bush has displayed one single worthy characteristic (one he shares, oddly enough, with Madison): He won't surrender.
Maybe Gen. Petraeus is Andrew Jackson.

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