If Bush Genuinely is Bad on the Environment, Why Can’t the Left Critique Him Fairly?

If Bush genuinely is bad on the environment, why can’t the left critique him fairly?

I really wonder this, as our new Ten Second Response e-mail alert makes clear.

Is the environmental left not really convinced that Bush truly is bad on the environment? Because if they are convinced, why do they seem to need to go over the top so often when they criticize him?

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