By NORMAN M. COVERT
If a man’s greatness is measured in the number of his enemies, then George W. Bush must be the most powerful man ever to inhabit the White House. He must top Franklin D. Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln, who freed the slaves and tried, until his tragic assassination, to heal the nation’s wounds inflicted in the War Between the States.
Mr. Bush has been blamed for much that has gone wrong the past four years–that is the failed experiment called Barack Obama. A groundswell of voters thrust Mr. Obama into office on faith, just as was presentation of the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize.… Read More