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November 29, 2008 at 11:27 AM

President George W. Bush’s legacy

One of the greatest

Reading the piece by Leonard Pitts that appeared in the Sunday paper I couldn’t help but wonder if it might someday appear in a textbook [“Rewriting the legacy of George W. Bush,” syndicated columnist, Nov. 23].

For the sad reality is that we will quite likely see a “cottage industry” regarding the affliction know as Bush Derangement Syndrome with studies, seminars and books published trying to understand this strange affliction which most members of the mainstream media seem to be dealing with.

Pitts’s column is a dramatic example of this syndrome as it includes a list of the “wrongdoings” of the Bush administration — all of which exist solely in his mind.

Bush Derangement Syndrome involves individuals who have, in their mind, a long list of crimes and misdeeds in which the Bush administration has engaged, most of which are completely imaginary, but to the individual they are completely real

In the next few years we will begin to see more people beginning to wake up to the harsh reality that President Bush was one of this countries’ greatest presidents.

— Edward Towle, Seattle

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