The WaPo gets a highly-paid political analyst who Suggests Bush Moves Might Be Too Little, Too Late:
"This administration may be over," Lance Tarrance, a chief architect of the Republicans' 1960s and '70s Southern strategy, told a gathering of journalists and political wonks last week. "By and large, if you want to be tough about it, the relevancy of this administration on policy may be over."Atrios concurs:
Barring some extraordinary event Bush will never get his mojo back. I doubt we'll see poll numbers above about 42 until the end of the presidency where there might be the common "goodwill now that he's going out the door" poll bounce.Just remember, Gandhi called it over a month ago:
That's it. It's all over.
For George W. Bush, there is no way back from here. His party has imploded, his administration is in chaos, his army is on the verge of collapse, his country is morally bankrupt and very nearly financially bankrupt as well...
War crimes tribunals may seem insignificant by the time all this is over. Bush is gone, gone, gone. Let us just hope there is still some hope for the rest of us.