Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Bankruptcy Legacy

Some time ago, the Bush administration made it harder for individuals to declare bankruptcy. Now there is a wave of national business chains declaring bankruptcy and leaving massive debts to service companies in their wake, which will, in turn, hurt those companies' employees and consumers.

After 8 years of foreign policy, diplomatic, public relations, political and electoral disasters, who would have thought that George W. Bush's legacy would be as the president who drove the world's most affluent and functional economy into the ground? Even Bush has to be stunned at the many flaws of his second term. And if it's one thing Americans don't like, it's being poor.

Bush has finally united the country - now EVERYBODY hates him.

Good riddance.

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