Bill McGurn’s column is looking awfully prescient in light of the latest McCain ad, which essentially throws Bush under the bus. Now, I’m no Bush fan by any stretch of the imagination and I think he is the leading reason the Republican dog food is being taken off the shelves. But it would be nice if McCain wouldn’t distance himself from Bush by coming up with a domestic policy that is worse, or at best less coherent, than the current president’s. McGurn’s closing is a good one: “Mr. McCain seems intent on reassuring skeptics that he’s no George W. Bush. If he loses in November, he’ll prove it.”
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