Denis Boyles in National Review Online:
Bush seems to have never understood that the biggest war he had to fight was a war of words, and that he’s a unilaterally disarmed kind of guy.And here's an encore quote from Boyles:
Regrets? We’ve had a few. And mentioning those we have had about Bush will continue to employ many people for many years. His intentions may often have been honorable, and at least he wasn’t Gore or Kerry, but W. certainly left a smudge on most things he touched: education, the budget, the military, trade policies (they still remember those steel tariffs [in Europe]), the American conservative movement, and its promise of smaller government.