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The Paradox of Bush - and Obama

By Cathy Young - January 20, 2009

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One of the ironies of the presidency of George W. Bush is that the man who campaigned as "a uniter, not a divider" became an extremely polarizing president - until, by the end of his tenure, he succeeded in very nearly uniting the country against him. He leaves office with a 29 percent approval rating, legions of detractors, and some passionate defenders who look to history to vindicate...

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