President GW Bush is very concerned with his legacy, the way that the history books, the movies and the records will determine what his mark on history will be. He says that it isn't the polls, the headlines, but history that will prove him as a great leader.
Bush doesn't realize that he is the first President of the United States who has ever had everything he has ever done, from the bumbling remarks to the great mistakes, to every single one of his appointees and what they have said marked down in countless blogs, stories, and remarks. His legacy isn't going to have anything to do with history books; it is already marked indelibly on the eternity of the internet.
- ▼ March (6)