Conservatives Express Displeasure with Bush Reading editorials in newspapers and magazines, many conservatives are increasingly unhappy with President Bush's performance -- and they're distancing themselves from his policies. Two conservatives tell us why.
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Conservatives Express Displeasure with Bush

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Conservatives Express Displeasure with Bush

Conservatives Express Displeasure with Bush

Conservatives Express Displeasure with Bush

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Reading editorials in newspapers and magazines, many conservatives are increasingly unhappy with President Bush's performance — and they're distancing themselves from his policies. Bruce Bartlett, former economic advisor to Presidents Reagan and George H.W. Bush, and Jeffrey Hart, Senior Editor at National Review, tell us why.

Guests:

Bruce Bartlett, former Economic Advisor to the Reagan and the First Bush White House; author, Impostor: How George W. Bush Bankrupted America and Betrayed the Reagan Legacy

Jeffrey Hart, former Reagan speechwriter, senior editor, National Review magazine; author, The Making of the American Conservative Mind