Been reading the news lately?
With all of the bad press that Dubya has been getting over his handling of the possible nuclear weapons test North Korea, he has taken a new tack in his responses: It is all Bill Clinton's fault.
Mr Bush and his surrogates (most notably Senator John McCain) are screaming to everyone that will listen that the only reason that things are bad in North Korea is because Bill Clinton's policies were failures. Somehow, I don't think that this is going to play this time.
It is time for the administration to face up to it's own failures, and past time to quit Blaming Bill Clinton.
NEWSFLASH: Bill Clinton hasn't been President for many years now. You are on your own here, pal.
In other news, there is some suspicion that North Korea's recent nuclear test actually wasn't. Apparently there aren't any radioactive air samples consistent with even a low-yield test to verify that a nuclear device was exploded. Additionally, seismic evidence places the disturbance in the 0.2 kiloton range, which is extremely low.
By way of comparison, the first U.S. test was about 20 kilotons, and the first French test was about 65 kiltons.
This doesn't mean that the NK's weren't trying to bust a nuke, what it means is that the test was most likely a failure.