Here is a bit of nonsense.
"History can be very harsh and subjective. It seems that the significant accomplishments of U.S. President Bill Clinton will be unfortunately overshadowed by his personal indiscretions while in office. Historians will never shy from emphasizing that he was the second U.S. president to be impeached by the House of Representatives. Clinton's legacy, as a result, has been sadly tarnished.
How will historians judge the legacy of U.S. President George W. Bush? And, as he approaches the end of his second term, is it possible for him to influence or redefine this legacy?
The answer to the first question is not a favorable one. "
Raja Kamal is associate dean at the Harris School for Public Policy Studies at the University of Chicago.