Nixon and Bush: How Contempt and Dismay Form Unity in Dissent

Some political pundits are making connections between the tragic presidencies of Richard Milhous Nixon and George Walker Bush.
Those political wunderkinds earn their livings as purveyors of analysis-for-profit and they are now finding similarities in the corruption of the Nixon and Bush administrations — and they openly question aloud with building ferocity — why Nixon was prosecuted and why Bush takes no leave and offers no sword upon which to impale himself for his own misdeeds.

Continue reading → Nixon and Bush: How Contempt and Dismay Form Unity in Dissent