Allen at The Right Christians writes:
Bush represents all that Nixon struggled against. Where Nixon was always articulate when discussing even the most complex foreign or domestic issues, Bush ventures into uncharted territory when he dares to use words of more than two syllables. Where Nixon’s every mistake threatened to cast him into outer darkness, Bush has failed over and over again in life only to be rescued by his powerful family and its friends. Where Nixon learned about the hardships of life in the pre-New Deal capitalist America, Bush has always enjoyed the advantages bestowed upon the born-rich.
Read the whole thing. Almost makes you feel sorry for Tricky Dick. Almost.