He will be remembered for Iraq and for tanking the economy, primarily.Fyyr wrote:Really? He brought down evil Hussein and the evil Taliban. Remember the heads and hands in the stadium. History will reveal itself different than your prediction.Tudamorf wrote:Don't hold your breath for the day W. is considered a good president in hindsight
But secondarily, for crap like this:
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/19/healt ... ealth.html
Yes, for a while there if you were raped or needed an abortion for medical reasons, and you had the misfortune of living in the South, a doctor could simply refuse to treat you, without penalty, so long as he claimed the old man sky told him to do so.A Bush Rule on Providers of Abortions Is Revised
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration on Friday rescinded most of a 2008 rule that granted sweeping protections to health care providers who opposed abortion, sterilization and other medical procedures on religious or moral grounds.
Kathleen Sebelius, the secretary of health and human services, said the rule, issued in the last days of the Bush administration, could “negatively impact patient access to contraception and certain other medical services.”
Federal laws make clear that health care providers cannot be compelled to perform or assist in an abortion, Ms. Sebelius said. The Bush rule went far beyond these laws and upset the balance between patients’ rights to obtain health care and “the conscience rights of health care providers,” she added.
The Obama administration retained and updated part of the 2008 rule that established procedures to investigate complaints from health care workers who believe they have been subjected to discrimination or coercion because of their “religious beliefs or moral convictions.”