But apparently, waiting is the strategy. For this reason:
"Bush has likened his fate to Harry Truman, highly disliked upon leaving office in 1953 but now virtually iconic in American politics. But it took years for him to gain such affection and Truman's two-volume memoir, published in the 1950s, is less remembered than a book about him published in the 1990s, David McCullough's million-selling Truman."
If we ever get to the day when people look back fondly on W, I'm going to lose a lot of the faith that I gained last night.
On an unrelated note, I just pulled a hair out of coffee. Sigh.