I had a little fun yesterday pointing out all the BDS stuff that people use to accuse President Bush of being a bad president. But I forgot a couple.
It's not his fault Al Qaeda took advantage of the Iraq invasion to rebuild its strength.
It's not his fault he invoked the law of war (military order #1) and then tried to say he wasn't bound by the constraints of the laws of war.
It's not his fault his Social Security reform platform stunk.
It's not his fault he couldn't convince anyone of the logic of his immigration reform platform.
It's not his fault Karl Rove is implicated in so much scandal.
It's not his fault he has no clout anymore due to his complete lack of credibility.
It's not his fault the details surrounding Pat Tillman's death were held back to capitalize on the high profile sacrifice while those in charge knew of the cover-up.
It's not his fault Alberto Gonzales' testimony doesn't match up with others', making it appear as though he is lying.
It's not his fault so many people in his administration have such horrible memories when it comes to key conversations they had that just happened to revolve around criminal behavior.
It's not his fault that people tried to rewrite history. And it's not his fault he chose Veteran's Day, 2005 to attack those who he says were trying to do so, dividing the country even more.
And, of course, it's not his fault he spent 20% of his presidency on vacation.
The thing is, President Bush was not lying when he said "I'm a uniter, not a divider." I've never seen more of America opposed to one President's policies, actions, statements, and positions than I see now. Most of America is in agreement - President Bush is the worst president this century. See, you just have to pay attention to what he says and what he does. President Bush has definitely united this country.