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AP's Final Dig at President Bush
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President Bush delivered his farewell address this evening. He leaves a mixed legacy. I give him credit where it is due and blame where it is due. But one thing is unadulterated: The pure contempt of the man from the MSM.

Here’s how the Associated Press headlined its dispatch about the speech:

Bush address includes laundry list of back patting

In his farewell address to the nation, President George W. Bush is acknowledging that many of his decisions are unpopular with the American people. But he says there can be no debate about the results.

Indeed, a text of the speech comes with a laundry list of what Bush says are successes.

And there you have it: One final, BDS-tinged kiss-off masquerading as news.

Yes, I think I hear cheering from the AP newsroom, too.

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• Category: Ideology • Tags: Bush Derangement Syndrome