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Glenn Harlan Reynolds

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April 23, 2013 - 12:32 am

Professor Walter Russell Mead joins me to discuss the legacy of President George W. Bush. Is the Bush legacy impairing the Republican brand? Should the GOP admit that the Iraq war was a bad idea? Find out on this edition of InstaVision.

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Glenn Reynolds is the Beauchamp Brogan Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Tennessee, and blogs at Instapundit.

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It no longer looks necessary, Bush's approval ratings have gone up. He's gone from 33% when he left office to 47% now. Blaming Bush won't much work anymore, since nearly half of Americans actually approve of the job he did.
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I'm almost too stunned to write a response given WRM's statement that Bush should have enlisted the aid of prominent actors and Democrats to spread across the country recreating the War Bond drives of both World Wars before invading Iraq. Is he serious? Does he not understand that because of the Democrat's phony voter skullduggery in Florida Bush began his first term with a PR deficit no other president has ever had to face? This false perception of a "stolen" election colored and distorted everything he said or did and allowed the left to savage him relentlessly. There were no prominent actors or Democrats who would have helped out in this way and anyone who thinks otherwise simply doesn't understand the ramifications of the damage the Gore people did in Florida.
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And that says nothing about the damage done to Bush abroad by the likes of Michael Moore and every 3rd-rate Hollywood type who travelled abroad for an opening. The artsy-crafties are scared to death about a negative review.
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