It seems the real "gold star" that the Bush administration is pointing to that defines his "legacy," at least for very short-sighted view we currently have - is the fact that we had no follow-up attack on US soil following 9/11. I suppose one could argue that the economic meltdown of the past several months is an important part of his legacy, but because terrorism and that one attack took up so much of both terms in office, I'll put the focus on that. So do you think we were safe all these years because of Bush, or despite him? How would things have been different with McCain in office, or Gore, or Kerry for the second term? Would they have been different, at all?