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The Big Question

If Bush’s presidency ended today, what would his legacy be?

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Arianna Huffington
Author, Pundit
His legacy: 1.2 million more Americans without jobs, 5.8 million more Americans with no health insurance, Osama bin Laden still on the loose, 975 soldiers killed in Iraq, and the fact that he never attended a funeral for a single one.








Russell Simmons
Media Mogul
The president’s legacy is the unraveling of the United Nations and its capability to do its job, that go-it-alone thing, the ability to scare people, and polarization in this country.








Monica Crowley
Foxy TV Analyst
At long last, he brought the fight directly to the terrorists, making us all a bit safer.










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